Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. 25 (1) APRIL, 2022

Cover Page

Preface

Social Studies Teachers’ Effectiveness as an Essential Factor Towards Building a New Nigeria by Bilqees Olayinka Abdu-Raheem & Femi Adegboyega Bamgbade

Strategies for the Implementation of Peace Education related concepts In Social Studies In Igbo-eze North Local Government, Enugu State by Nkechinyere Charity Edeh, Ngozika Lilian Odo & Blessing Nnenna Edeh

The Dismembered Social Studies in Nigeria: Perceptions of Social Studies Teachers in Rivers State Secondary Schools by Chimezie Njoku

Emerging Trends in Social Studies Instructions: A Case for Digital Technological and Pedagogical Innovation by Samuel Olayinka Idowu & Adeniyi Adekoyejo Ojo

Online Classrooms and The Assessment of Social Studies Students in University of Jos, Nigeria by Nandoo Nandap Telfim, Chibuke Sidney Eke & Ruth James Umaru

Roles of Social Studies Teachers Towards Reduction of Moral Decadence among Adolescents by Yinka Oluranti Adediran, Taofeek Taiyeola Otubanjo & Adedolapo Ayobami Adeosun

Social Studies Teachers’ Awareness and Practice of “Security Consciousness In Teaching” In Enugu State, Nigeria by Adaobiagu Obiagu, Uloma Onwuzurike, Chidi Agbo & Daniel Mezieobi

Impact of Economics Education on Acquisition of Entrepreneurship Skills among Undergraduate Students in University of Lagos by Kamoru Olanrewaju Sheidu, Yusuff Olatunji Adio & Abiodun Michael Ologundudu

Concept-Mapping: A Pragmatic Approach to Teaching of Social Studies For Citizenship Education In Nigeria Stephen Dakup Daboer, Ruth James Umaru, John Ali Sode & Kevin Cornelius Dongurum

Investigation into the Opinion of Nigerian Social Studies Teachers About the Use of Alternative Assessment Techniques in Schools in Katsina Metropolis, Nigeria by Halimat Upe Salau

Cooperative Learning Method for Teaching Practical Citizenship Education for the New Social Studies by Comfort Isuwa Jurmang, Nwanan Istifanus Samuel & Ruth James Umaru

Influence of Learning Environment on Students’ Academic Achievement in Social Studies in Edo South Senatorial District by Dickson Amadin

Vision for A New Nigeria: The Need for a Collective Refraction (Being a Lead Paper at the 2021 SOSAN Jos National Conference) by W. P. Akpochafo


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