Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Current Issue: VOL. 26 (2) OCTOBER, 2023

NJSS COVER PAGE

Preliminary Pages

Problematising and Repositioning Entrepreneurship Education: Towards Values Reorientation and Combating Youth Criminality and Excessive Materialism by Adaobiagu OBIAGU, David EGBOGU, Vivian NWAUBANI & Okechukwu NWAUBANI

Students’ Awareness of Peace Education Concepts in Social Studies in Ife Central Local Government, Osun State by Adeyoola Eunice AKINWANDE

Effects of Social Studies Curriculum Content On Value Disposition Among Junior Secondary School Students in Uvwie Local Government Area, Delta State by Daniel REUBEN & William Pius AKPOCHAFO

An Assessment of the Adequacy of Geography Related Concepts Contained in The Social Studies Curriculum by Adetoun Gladys EMIOLA

Rethinking The Philosophy of Nigerian Education: Prioritizing Social Studies for Technological Development by David Audu MONO, Bulus LAH & Dan’asabe SHEHU

Teachers’ Perception of Use of School-Based Strategies for The Implementation of Civic Education in Kwara State, Nigeria by Idayat N. BALOGUN, A. YUSUF & Kayode E. OBAFEMI

Proposal for The Integration of Ict Concepts and Tools into National Commission for Colleges of Education (Ncce) Social Studies’ Curriculum by D. A. FALADE & Gbolahan Oreoluwa ISHOLA

Service-Learning: An Essential Element of Social Studies for A New World by Ololade S. OMOSUNLADE & Tolulope V. GBADAMOSI

Assessment of The Actualization of Social Studies Curriculum for Effective Citizenship in Junior Secondary School in Ogba/Egbema/ Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State Chikordi Egbirika ORUKWUOWU, Bernard NWANKWOALA, Collins M. OSAH & Ebere Victoria OSAKWE

Assessment of Requisite Skills for Utilization of Interactive White Board Towards Repositioning Social Studies Curriculum for 21st Century Technology in Ogun State by

Rethinking Social Studies Curriculum Content Selection and Organisation: A Focus On Implementers by Felicia Nkiruka OWANENOH

Classroom Behavioural Engagement Among Junior Secondary School Students in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State by Oluwaseun OYEWOLE, Oluwatosin Thomas IDOWU, Olawale Oyemade OYEKANMI & Taofeek Taiyeola OTUBANJO

Democracy and Good Governance: Panacea for Building a Peaceful Society for The Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in The New World by Joy Anthony UKAM, Amina Peter ADAMS & Abigail Ojong EJOH

Exploring The Use of Instructional Materials for Effective Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in The New World by Josephine Okewu IBRAHIM

Socio-Cultural and Religious Factors Inhibiting Suicide Reporting Among the Yoruba People of South-Western Nigeria by Richard Abayomi ABORISADE, Comfort Oyinlola OYAFUNKE-OMONIYI, Abayomi AKINDELE-OSCAR, Oladele Adelere ADELEKE, Damilola OLAYINKA-ALIU, Oladotun ADEYEMO, Oluwatoyin Gbenga BAWALLA, & Ademolu Oluwaseun ADENUGA

The Imperative of Non-Formal Social Studies Education Packages for Sustainable Democratic Governance in Nigeria by Rotimi W. OKUNLOYE

The new world: What should the pedagogy of social studies advocate? (being a lead paper at the 2022 sosan national conference) by Peter Ogbianigene DANIA

 

 

© Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS) 2012 - 2024 Designed by: Plat Technologies Limited