Dr. T.V Bakare

Dr. T.V Bakare

Head of Department
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Journal of Educational Thought

Welcome

I would like to welcome you to the Department of Adult Education, a Department that empowers people to fulfill their developmental potential.  Admission into the Department not only builds you as a person but also equips you to ‘build’ others. The consummate adult educator is a change agent, who will help others to open their eyes to the possibilities in their lives.  Students in the Department are equipped academically with tools to help adults move from the level of ‘primary consciousness’ to the level of critical consciousness.

Job opportunities abound for the graduate of Adult Education who can work as a development expert in national and international agencies.  They are also eligible to work with NGOs, Ministries and Training Institutions or as Extension Officers, among others.   

Welcome once again.

Journal of Educational Thought

                      Abiloye, A.B., Bonga, F.E. & Adekoya, S.A.

    1. Exploring the Roles of Educational Supervision in the Management of Primary Schools Systems of Sokoto State, Nigeria 

                      Bashar, S.I. & Abdullahi, S.

    1. Human Resource Management Strategies and the Implementation of Secondary School Economics Curriculum in Lagos State, Nigeria  

                    Oluwatosin, W.L., Aniwetalu, C.I. & Sheidu, K.O.

    1. COMMERCIALIZATION AND PRIVATIZATION OF SPORTS AS STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING SPORTS DEVELOPMENT AT THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEVEL IN NIGERIA 

                     Idou, K.

    1. Entrepreneurship Education and Venture Creation among Young Nigerian Graduates  

                      Adetoro, J. & Taiwo, B.

    1. ADULT EDUCATION DELIVERY IN NIGERIA: CONCERNS FOR THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT 

                     Ajayi, E.S.

    1. EFFECT OF PHONICS APPROACH ON ADULT LEARNERS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN READING AT THE BASIC LITERACY LEVEL IN IBADAN 

                     Odiaka, S.I & Adamolekun, B.M.

    1. Need for Counselling at Primary School level  

                     Sopekan, O.S. & Fashina, A. Y.

    1. SOCIOLOGICAL INFLUENCE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND LEARNING STYLES ON SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN LAGOS, NIGERIA  

                      Emeri, P.N.

    1. Environmental Adult Education for Promoting Sustainable Livelihood in Bayelsa State, Nigeria 

                     Tommy, K.A. & Mbalisi, O. F.

    1. Teaching and learning in International Settings: Experiences from the International Summer School, 2019 at the University of Lagos, Nigeria 

                      Kroner, S. & Kuhlen, C.

    1. Information Communication Technologies Deployment and Workers’ Education in Private Organisations in Ibadan Metropolis: A path to fast-tracked industrialisation 

                      Akinkunmi, F.A.

    1. ACHIEVING IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY IN ANDRAGOGY AND PEDAGOGY THROUGH VALUE REORIENTATION OF FACILITATORS AND TEACHERS  

                      Akinsanya, I.V., Sodipe-Lawal, F.O. & Awe, O.O.

    1. SCHOOL FACILITIES AND ITS EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN TECHNICAL DRAWING IN LAGOS STATE SECONDARY SCHOOL  

                      Fakorede, S.O.A.

    1. Domesticating Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) Approach for the Attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria  

                      Arikawei, R. A. & Abia, S.E.

    1. ADULT EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT; SYNERGY TO RURAL TRANSFORMATION 

                     Okunola, J.L.

    1. Resource Management, Organizational Effectiveness and Teachers’ Job Performance: Towards Attainment of Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria 

                       Ogundiran, S.O. & Okoye, J.I.

      1. Bureaucracy and Policy Implementation in Democratic Governance in Nigeria                                                                                                                                          Adegbite, K.J.
      2. Utilization of instructional technology in human kinetics pedagogy and its influence on performance, learning and interest of students

                                  Babatunde, S.O. & Ajibola, G.S.