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Articles by Jack Uzezi Gladys
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  Jack Uzezi Gladys
  This study introduces some new teaching strategies for science classrooms in Nigerian secondary schools to ensure quality in teaching and learning. The purpose of this study is to improve science teaching by combining selected new teaching strategies with traditional teaching methods to improve the quality standard in science classrooms and to enhance students’ performance in the basic science subjects. These teaching strategies include student-centred learning; problem based learning, conceptual change teaching, case studies and cooperative learning. The principles of science classroom effectiveness in teaching/learning and improvement of assessment methods using new assessment procedure in the science classrooms is also discussed. Some practical examples were also given as means of improving experimental science teaching quality using cooperative learning and case studies.
  Jack Uzezi Gladys , Kyado Joel Jonah , Ezekiel B. Bwadi and Shamaki Esther Baba
  The objective of the study was to investigate the entrepreneurial potentials and skills acquisition among undergraduate students of tertiary institutions in Delta State. The population comprised all undergraduate students of Delta State tertiary institutions. The sample of 302 students was selected using stratified sampling technique. The reliability coefficient value obtained was 0.75 using test re-test methods. Three research questions guided the study and three hypotheses were tested at the alpha level of 0.05. The respondents agreed on 30 characteristics as desirable amongst which included ability to initiate ideas, set appropriate goals for enterprise and persistent in pursuing set objectives. Out of 30 entrepreneurship skills, respondents agreed that they acquired fourteen (46.67%) and also agreed on 23 skills required to prepare them for future life which included livestock rearing skills, soap/detergent making skills and computer repairs/programming skills. The results also revealed a significant difference between the perception of male and female students on vocational and technical skills and agricultural/agro-allied skills acquisition among undergraduate students. Two major findings were that working extra hours was considered as an undesirable trait for potential entrepreneur and there was lack of entrepreneurship skills in tertiary institutions. Recommendations were made based on the findings of the study.
 
 
 
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