Teacher training

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Research has established significant connection between quality teacher education and student achievement. This cannot but be a concept in considering the performance of students in English language, a skill-based school subject. This paper... More

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Academic qualifications of teachers most times, do not directly equate to professional functioning in the classroom. This makes it imperative that teachers should be monitored through appraisal to maintain agreed standards. Where standards are... More

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The study is a correlation study that unveiled the relationship between UBE training and teachers’ quality in , Nigerian Public primary schools using Kwara State as a case study. It was the State that championed education reform in the country.... More

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The study examined teacher preparation and availability for achieving basic education in Ondo State, Nigeria. As a descriptive survey, the study population comprised all the 1154 primary and 281 junior secondary schools in Ondo State, Nigeria.... More

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The importance of quality teacher education has been recognized both in developed and developing countries of the world. All the editions of the Nigerian National Policy on Education (NPE) have affirmed that no education can rise above the... More

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Several centuries ago no society had an institution that prepared teachers to teach. There were no formal schools either. As awareness grew schools were built for the training of teachers. Today, several institutions train and award certificates... More