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The changing aims and functions of Nigerian education, 1842-1962

by Joseph Eyitayo Adetoro

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • History

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    Statementby Joseph Eyitayo Adetoro
    ContributionsUniversity of Alberta. Dept. of Educational Foundations
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 439 leaves :
    Number of Pages439
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26836066M
    OCLC/WorldCa65727823

    Director, Department of Education, Eastern Nigeria Union Mission, Abia State, Nigeria. Tope Omotere, in view. Educational Administration and Planning, National Open University of Nigeria. Abstract. Education in Nigeria is rapidly changing and technically tailored towards meeting certain goals such as the Education for All (EFA, ) and. NIGERIA EDUCATION SYSTEM [email protected] ;[email protected] [email protected] A study of educational system in Nigeria is important in that it is one of the most populous country inAfrica and there is need to understand the steps that are being taken to access education to this large population.

    JONAED is the Journal of The Nigerian Academy of Editorial Board of the Journal accepts scholarly and original articles (theoretical and empirical) on current issues in the field of education that have national or universal Journal also publishes scholarly and original articles from allied disciplines that have educational value Read More. 1. A nation’s policy on education is government’s way of realizing that part of the national goals which can achieve, using education as a tool. No policy on education, however, can be formulated without first identifying the overall philosophy and goals of the nation. 2. The overall philosophy of Nigeria is to.

    the standard of education in Nigeria, using the case of NOUN. This study uses both primary and secondary data in order to elicit information on the impacts of online education on the educational system and the how it affects the standard of education in Nigeria, whether positively or negatively. European Education was introduced into Nigeria in the s. It began in Lagos, Calabar and other coastal cities. In a few decades schooling in English language gradually took roots in the Nigeria. During the Colonial years, Great Britain did not promote education. The schools were set up and operated by Christian Missionaries.


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Publication date Pages:   Adetoro, Joseph Eyitayo. The Changing Aims and Functions of Nigerian Education; – Univ. of Alberta, (Canada) Google Scholar. Akinpelu, J.

Moral Education and Moral Objectivity. Teacher Education and Supply in Relation to the Changing Aims and Values in Nigerian Primary Education, – Univ.

of W. Cardiff Author: E. Muogilim. The books I have identified, with the help of members of the Institute of Ideas’ Education Forum, teachers and colleagues at several universities, constitute an attempt at an education “canon”.Author: Dennis Hayes.

Book January The aims of the present project are as follows: 1. The Changing aims and functions of Nigerian education, [microform]. Joseph Eyitayo. Adetoro. The education system of Nigeria has passed through different phases and stages.

With these myriad of changes one ponder if these changes were worthwhile. Although change is expected and inevitable, as all natural phenomena in life, the education system in Nigeria has experienced.

Nigerian education policy published in and revised in and states that realizing that part of the national goals can be achieved with the use of education as a tool. Education policy should be based on the overall philosophy and goals of the nation.

main purpose of achieving stipulated goals of that organization. whose book – The functions of the. NCCE is to the C ollages of Education in Nigeria what NUC is to the. The COVID has resulted in schools shut all across the world.

Globally, over billion children are out of the classroom. As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms. The Aims of Education.

The statement of aims of education has become a common feature of the activities of educational planners and administrators. But more often than not, there is confusion as to what is meant by the term. Sometimes, one finds that the word ‘aim’ is regarded as the eq uivalent of purpose or intension.

Introduction; Educational System In Nigeria; Life After Primary School Education: Introduction. Education is an investment that pays off any time anywhere. And in a world of crumbling economies and turbulent times, where investors spend sleepless nights trying to figure out how their stocks are doing, investing in education becomes even more paramount.

Change is education. Nigeria aims to become a leading global economy in the next decade. It will require consistent and strategic investments in human capital development in order to.

the purpose or aims of education. These are the subject of continuing debate and disagreement, but the principle of linking management activ-ities and tasks to the aims and objectives of schools or colleges remains vital.

These purposes or goals provide the crucial sense of direction which 1 restyle 09/08/ Page 1. The functions of education are complex and closely interrelated. To change the educational system sets off a restructuring of these relationships.

The tools needed for the functional analysis of the educational system have been provided to give a clearer picture of the problem involved in such political decision as the reorganization of the.

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Nigeria with the predominantly Muslim areas of the north lagging behind due to some historical antecedents. In the colonial era the British educational policy did not address the aspirations of the people leading to a clamour for change in the post-independence era resulting in the first indigenous National Policy on Education in Changes.

Among the aims of university education in Nigeria outlined by the Federal Ministry of Education () and highlighted by Asiyai (, ) are: Production of the much-needed high-level manpower essential for the nation’s growth and development. Looking at Nigerian educational facts, in post you will get to see the History of Primary education in Nigeria.

Like we all know, the primary education is actually a preparatory stage in which every child must pass through in order to move higher in the educational system of the country. achieve African American Education aware believed child citizens community education comparative education contribute culture David Abernethy democratic developing countries discipline education and politics education in Nigeria educational institutions educational set effective elders encouraged Enugu established ethnic groups Fafunwa federal.

Education is a systematic process through which a child or an adult acquires knowledge, experience, skill and sound attitude. It makes an individual civilized, refined, cultured and educated. For a civilized and socialized society, education is the only means.

Its goal is to make an individual perfect. Every society gives importance to education because it. The aims and objectives of Nigerian education are handled in chapter six.

This includes the treatment of the aims and objectives of Nigerian education in the past, according to the National Curriculum conference ofand the aims and objectives of education in National Policy on Education of 1 edition. My aim is to present a text book.

Before western education started in Nigeria, Nigerian children were exposed to informal form of education. The society and families in which these children grew up gave them education on ethics and other things. Things started changing when the Europeans, especially from Great Britain, started trooping into Nigeria in search of lands to conquer.

This started [ ].education, and the use of E-learning among others to enhance functional education in Nigeria were given. Keywords:Colonialism, Nigerian education, E-Learning Introduction.

Education is an indispensable factor in the all round development of any nation. The genesis of.Education in Nigeria is overseen by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing state-controlled policy regarding public education and state schools.

The education system is divided into Kindergarten, Primary education, Secondary education and Tertiary education. Nigeria's central government has been dominated by instability since declaring independence.