Abduction threat surviving skills in teacher education curriculum key to learners’ safety in school environment
The study adopted survey design to determine MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE UMUDIKE and ALVAN IKOKU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OWERRI teacher educators’ perceptions on infusing abduction threat surviving skills on teacher education curriculum for students’ safety in school environment. Researchers’ made attitude questionnaire titled” Teachers-educator Questionnaire on Infusing Abduction Threat Surviving Skills in Teacher education curriculum” (TEQIAST) was used for data collection. It had reliability coefficient of 0.77, determined using Cronbach Alpha. The data collected was analyzed using mean and standard deviation in answering research questions while the hypothesis was tested using t-test statistical tool tested at 0.05 level of significance. The findings showed that teacher educators have positive perceptions on infusing abduction threat surviving skills in teacher education curriculum for students’ safety in school environment It was recommended among others that there is need to infuse abduction threat surviving skills in relevant courses in teacher education curriculum for safety of students in school environment.