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Articles by Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba
Total Records ( 7 ) for Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba
  Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba , Kingsley O. Okoro and Edith Edikpa
  This study was carried out to evaluate the extent to which School Access Programme (SAP) assisted teachers to acquire ICT skills in South-East Nigeria. The population of the study was 4,141 respondents. Direct observation was used to observe, monitor and document the ICT skills acquired by 40 teachers observed in 2 rural and 2 urban schools sampled for the direct observation of the study. The scores generated from the observation was analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The result showed that SAP assisted teachers to acquire ICT skills in South-East Nigeria at great extent. Therefore, the federal government should establish more ICT centres to enable all the teachers in South-East Nigeria to acquire ICT skills. The programme should be evaluated in other zones in Nigeria to determine the skills acquired by teachers in those zones.
  Ngozi Mary Eze , Francisca N. Onyeka , Ngozi Hope Chinweuba and Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba
  In recent times, both men and women regularly share the responsibility of earning for the betterment of their family. The dual roles played by the women themselves appear to have profound implications for family health and nutrition education, especially, in developing countries such as Nigeria. The aim of this study was therefore, to determine the work-life balance among female industrial workers in Anambra State, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The sample for this study was 474 female industry workers. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire. Mean and t-test statistic was used for data analysis. The finding of the study showed among others that female workers in the industry come home late from work to prepare their family meal and long working hours have a great influence on the family meal in families. The finding of the study also showed that industrial female workers maintain an unhealthy social life, pay less attention to their spouses and children due to work and family imbalance and spend less time with their families. Finally, the study found out several feasible coping strategies being adopted by the respondents for work-life balance. Families and working-class married women should attend family health seminars, workshops and conferences to gain adequate knowledge on how to integrate work and family life as part of everyday reality. Also, industrial policy-makers should make flexible policies that will avail female workers opportunities to attend to non-work demands with minimal interference in work roles.
  Uche Calista Vita-Agundu , Pamela K. Asogwa , Ngozi Hope Chinweuba and Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba
  The study investigated the motivation and job performance of career administrators in universities in South East, Nigeria. The survey research design was employed for the study. The study was carried out in South East, Nigeria. A sample of 498 career administrators in universities in South-East Nigeria was used for the study. The instrument used for data collection was the university career administrator’s motivation questionnaire and interview schedule. Results revealed that career administrators were motivated by the job itself, interpersonal relations and administration and supervision but were not motivated by salary and general working condition. Therefore, it was recommended that the government should ensure regular/prompt payment of salaries and also ensure that the general working conditions are favourable to adequately motivate career administrators to work. In-services and professional training programmes should be provided for career administrators to keep them abreast with the latest changes in their job.
  Emenike N. Anyaegbunam , Chiedu Eseadi , Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba , Paul N. Onwuasoanya , Oluchi Queen Onwudinjo , Rowland C. Uwakwe , Ngozi Awoke , Iheanacho Christian Agboti , Godfrey Chinweike Nji and Michael Eskay
  The purpose of this study was to as certain if gender is a moderator in the relationship between violent video games play and aggressive behaviour among in-school adolescents in Nigeria. The study employed correlational survey design. The study was conducted among in-school adolescents in Onitsha Education Zone of Anambra State, Nigeria. The sample size was 603 in-school adolescents comprising of 348 male and 255 female students in senior secondary class two. The Violent Video Games Questionnaire (VVGQ) and In-School Adolescents’ Aggressive Behaviour Questionnaire (IAABQ) were used for data collection. Mean, partial correlation and chart were used to interpret the research questions while linear regression analysis was used to test the hypothesis at 0.05 probability level. Results revealed that the extent to which gender moderates the relationship between violent video games play and aggressive behaviour among in-school adolescents is very high. It was also found that gender is a significant moderator in the relationship between violent video games play and aggressive behaviour among in-school adolescents. Future research could investigate the influence of violent video games on in-school adolescent’s academic achievement orientation.
  Baptista Chinyere Chigbu , Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu , Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu , Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba and Chinwe Enyi
  This study investigated the use of communication and problem-solving skills in the supervision of teachers for quality assurance in technical secondary schools in Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey design with a sample of 1,980 teachers and principals using purposive sampling. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire titled “communication and problem-solving skills questionnaire”. The data collected were analysed using mean, standard deviation and t-test statistics. The result indicated that principals were deficient in the application of accepted communication and problem-solving skills. Based on the findings, it was concluded that government, through states Ministry of Education should work in collaboration with the technical school boards to organize meaningful training on communication and problem-solving skills for principals for effective supervisory skill acquisition and utilization for quality assurance in public secondary schools in Nigeria.
  Leonard Chidi Ilechukwu , Ekwutosi Monica Nnadi , Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba and Jacob Usulor
  The study has analytically and descriptively investigated into how religious education could lead to sustainability of peace in Africa. Using data from works of literature and secondary sources, a religious-centric approach was used in analyzing the happenings and clues of issues that disrupt the context of peace in Africa. From the study and the different works of literature used, it was established that Africa is seriously bed evilled by numerous conflicts and religious education through its numerous contributive efforts would serve as leverage for the sustainability of peace in Africa. Religious education encourages and promotes social cohesion, peace, social solidarity, citizenry and national welfare; spirit of creativity, development and distribution of wealth, social virtues, entrepreneurship, regulates poverty and controls the principles of economic life. Some of the recommendations as outlined by the study include that religious education should extremely be valued as a means and prerequisite for moral upbringing, peaceful coexistence and societal upliftment in the socio-political hemisphere of Africa and frequent symposium of educators and educationists, policy-makers, peace-practitioners and scholars, to deliberate on practical issues on sustainable peace.
  Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba , Kingsley O. Okoro and Chinwe Enyi
  The study sought to find out the extent of effectiveness of the implementation process of the school access programme in South-East Nigeria. The study investigated whether the status of the respondents (Teachers and students) has any influence on the extent to which the school access programme was implemented in South-East Nigeria. The study was carried out in South-East Nigeria which is made up of five states (Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Abia and Ebonyi State). The population of the study was 14,141 respondents. Stratified proportionate random, simple random and cluster random sampling techniques were the sampling techniques used in the study. A questionnaire was the instrument used to collect the pertinent and relevant data of the study. The scores generated from the respondents were analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The findings of the study revealed that the school access programme in South-East Nigeria was implemented at great extent indicating that (SAP) was effectively implemented.
 
 
 
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