EQUATORIAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND CURRICULUM STUDIES

VOLUME 3

Okoro, C. C. and Ezeonwumelu, V. U. (2019). Motivating students for entrepreneurial education in nigerian primary schools: The ‘catching them young phenomenon’. Equatorial  Journal  of Education and Curriculum Studies, 3 (1): 28 – 36. DOWNLOAD PDF

Henry, E. B. and Abang, A. U. (2019). An Assessment on Implementation of E-Security in Nigerian School Environment: The Case of Some Selected States in The North East Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 3 (1): 23-27. DOWNLOAD PDF

Nanah, E. Y., Ekpo, S. S., Inyon, A. U. and Koroye, T. (2018). Challenges of Teaching Reading Skills and Pupils’ Reading Effectiveness in Public Primary Schools in Ekeremor Local Government Area, Bayelsa State. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 3 (1): 15 – 22. DOWNLOAD PDF

Asukwo, A. E. (2018). Utilization of Instructional Facilities in Electronics Workshop Practice and Maintenance for Students’ Acquisition of Trade Skills in Technical Colleges in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 3(1): 1- 14. DOWNLOAD PDF

VOLUME 2

Ogiriki, I. B. and Akpabio, M. (2017). Effects of Cooperative and Computer Assisted Learning Methods on Senior Secondary School Students’ Academic Achievement in English Language in Yenagoa. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 2 (2): 40- 52. DOWNLOAD PDF

Henry, E. B., Echa, E. A. and Alfred, M. A. (2017). The importance and challenges of biometric machine in school supervision. A case study of Access High School, Calabar. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies,  2  (2): 34- 39. DOWNLOAD PDF

Akpabio, M. E. and Ogiriki, I. B. (2017). Teachers use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Teaching English language in Senior Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State.  Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies,  2 (2): 28-33.  DOWNLOAD PDF

Ndakor, N. T. (2017). Educational Returns and Demand for University Education in Rivers State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 2 (2): 9-27. DOWNLOAD PDF.

Ajinomoh, V. E & Eze, C. A. (2017). Cumulative and Guidance-Oriented Characteristics of Continuous Assessment and Students’ Career Choice in Public Secondary Schools in Uyo Local Government. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 2(1): 1-8. DOWNLOAD PDF

VOLUME 1

Effiong, A. A., Ekpo, O. E. and Udoh, V. I. (2016). Virtual Classroom Instruction and Undergraduate Students’ Academic Performance in Educational Technology, University of Calabar. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 1(2): 73- 84.  DOWNLOAD PDF

Udosen, A. E. and Ekpo, U. S. (2016). Instructional Games: Implications for Curriculum and Instruction. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies. 1(1):24-42. DOWNLOAD PDF

Odu, D. E. and Upula, B. E. (2016). Availability and accessibility of toys as determinants of teaching effectiveness among pre-primary school teachers in Uyo Senatorial District of Akwa Ibom State. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 1(2): 85- 98. . DOWNLOAD PDF.

Etim,P. J., Upula, B. E. and Ekpo, U. S. (2016). The use of Cloud Computing Tools and Teachers Effectiveness in the Teaching of English Language in Cross River Tertiary Institutions. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies: 1(2): 30-40. DOWNLOAD PDF

 Effiong, A. A. and Ekpo, O. E. (2016). Interactive effect of PowerPoint instructional package and academic performance of educational technology students in the University of Calabar. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies, 1(2): 57- 68. DOWNLOAD PDF

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