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International Journal of Pedagogy, Policy and ICT in Education

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The Journal provides a platform for educational research dissemination in Africa, covering pedagogy, language policy, and ICT in education. Occasionally, papers on Special Education and  governance are featured. Lecturers and students are our target community.

Vol 5 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Assessing the In-Service Needs of Basic School Natural Science Teachers in New Juaben Municipality across School Location EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ernest Ngman-Wara, Thomas Tachie Young, Sylvester Kosi Mawusi 1-28
Reading Comprehension Difficulties among French Students of the University of Education, Winneba: Sources, Analyses and Implications EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D. K. Ayi-Adzimah, A. K. Hettey 40-64
Students’ Perception of Teacher’s Personality as a Determinant of Student’s Interest in Physical Education at the Senior Secondary School Level in Lagos State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Adeyemi Raphael Awopetu 65-77
Education for Employment in Nigeria in the 21st Century: Some Perspectives for Success Story EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Obaze Osumah, Oyaziwo Aluede, Afe Arewah 104-124
Health Implications of Internet Addiction among In-School Adolescents in Ogbomoso North Local Government Area of Oyo State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Iyanda Adisa Bolaji, Akintaro Opeyemi Akinpelu 125-135
Extent of Digital Information Resources (DIRS) Usage by Undergraduates of Selected Higher Institutions in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lucky U. Oghenetega 136-153
Barriers to Successful Information Technology (IT) Utilization by Librarians in Academic Libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Esther Abosede Awojobi, Johnson Adetunji Adeyemi 154-180
Perceived Effects of Terrorism and Political Insurgency on the Recreational Habit of Nigerian Students EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Adeyemi Raphael Awopetu 181-194


ISSN: 2026-6081
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