(JERCPT)

JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ON CHILDREN, PARENTS & TEACHERS

CURRENT ISSUE

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1

The Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers is an Interdisciplinary outlet for transformative engagement with research findings that implicate policy and practice within the domain of the educational development of children as well as the impacts of both the parents and teacher practices.

DESIGNING INSTRUCTION TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING SKILLS: A CASE OF WHATSAPP INTERACTIVE AND WHATSAPPSUPPORTED JIGSAW INSTRUCTIONAL MODES

DESIGNING INSTRUCTION TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING SKILLS: A CASE OF WHATSAPP INTERACTIVE AND WHATSAPPSUPPORTED JIGSAW INSTRUCTIONAL MODES Eucharia Chekwube Ogbonna1, Chinwe Rose Nwagbo1, & Christian Sunday Ugwuanyi2 1Department of Science Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka2Department of Education Foundation, Faculty of Education, University of the FreeState, Bloemfontein, South Africa Abstract The

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PARENTING STYLES AS PREDICTORS OF IN-SCHOOL ADOLESCENT STUDENTS’ DELINQUENT BEHAVIOUR IN EDO STATE

PARENTING STYLES AS PREDICTORS OF IN-SCHOOL ADOLESCENT STUDENTS’ DELINQUENT BEHAVIOUR IN EDO STATE Andrew A. Adubale, Ph.D Department of Educational Evaluation and Counselling Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.https://.orcid.org/0000-0001-9608-0751.Email:fraadubale@yahoo.com, andrew.adubale@uniben.ed Abstract The study investigated parenting styles as predictors of in-school adolescent students’involvement in delinquent behaviour in Edo

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ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS IN THE PRODUCTION OF CUCUMBER FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING OF RETIREES IN EDO AND DELTA STATE, NIGERIA

ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS IN THE PRODUCTION OF CUCUMBER FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING OF RETIREES IN EDO AND DELTA STATE, NIGERIA David Nwanna Dumbiri (PhD) & Isoken Ihensekhien (PhD) Department of Vocational and Technical Education,Faculty of Education University of Benin, Benin Citye-mail: david.dumbiri@uniben.edu isoken.ihensekhien@uniben.edu Abstract The study examined entrepreneurial skills in the production

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Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers (A Journal of the African Educational Research and Development Foundation [AERDF])

The Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers is an Interdisciplinary outlet for transformative engagement with research findings that implicate policy and practice within the domain of the educational development of children as well as the impacts of both the parents and teacher practices.

aimS AND OBJECTIVES

The Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers, is a publication of the African Educational Research and Development Foundation (AERDF). The journal publishes theoretical and empirical articles that seek to advance knowledge and theory of the education on the welfare of children, teachers and parents in education. Papers that derive data from quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods approaches will be given consideration. It is equally important to note that views expressed in articles published by the Journal of Educational Research on Children, Parents and Teachers do not necessarily reflect the positions of the African Educational Research and Development Foundation.

CONTACT DETAILS

Journal of Education Research on Children, Parents & Teachers (JERCPT)
Physical Address:
Professor Chinedu I. O. Okeke (Editor-in-Chief)
editor.jercpt@gmail.com
Journal of Education Research on Children, Parents & Teachers (JERCPT)
School of Education Studies
Faculty of Education
University of the Free State
Bloemfontein 9300
Free State Province
South Africa

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