Archive of Journal of Education and Social Research; Volume 7, Number 1
Freya Oliver
COMPREHENDING THE GROWTH OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SYSTEM
It is currently just about a long time since the Salamanca Conference on Special Needs Education supported the possibility of comprehensive instruction. Ostensibly the most critical global record that has ever showed up in the exceptional needs field, the Salamanca Statement contends that normal schools with a [...] Read  more

Jacob Oliver
RECONNOITERING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN TEACHERS’ VIEWS, EDUCATIONAL, AND STUDENTS’ OPINIONS IN STATISTICS
We inspected the epistemic atmosphere of measurements study halls crosswise over two unique homerooms by estimating educators' upheld convictions about training insights and watching their instructing rehearses. We at that point investigated whether understudies [...] Read  more

Ocheja Akoji PhD.
CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON CRIME RATE IN LOKOJA, KOGI STATE
The rate of crime in Lokoja metropolis is alarming in the past decade; a record of over a thousand crimes is recorded annually in Lokoja. Notable in this regard are the rising incidents of armed robbery, assassination, burglary and ransom-driven kidnapping, which are ravaging the polity like a tsunami and [...] Read more

Wang Xiu Ying
COMPUTER PROFICIENCY ACQUISITION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS BY MEANS OF DIGITAL NARRATING APPROACH
It is important to create computerized proficiency aptitudes with which understudies can convey and express their thoughts viably utilizing advanced media. The instructive parts the world over are starting to join [...] Read more
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