3 edition of concept of a profession and teaching in Nigeria found in the catalog.
concept of a profession and teaching in Nigeria
S. O. Igwe
Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-111) and index.
|LC Classifications||MLCS 93/04695 (L)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 120 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||90225285|
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The teaching profession in Nigeria has gone through many stages and even today there are disagreements as to whether it should be called a profession; and this has been an issue of.
concept of teaching as a profession in Nigeria as well as constraints to the full professionalisation of teaching in Nigeria. Chapter four focuses on Ethics of Teaching, noting that it is one thing to set rules and another to enforce the rules. Thus it will be useless to have wles that are never enforced.
As a profession, teaching is the performance of a specialized social role. Teaching like other professions is operated on the socioeconomic principle of division of labour and specialisation.
The focus of this chapter is to X-ray the concept of teaching, the concept of a profession, characteristics of a profession and prospects of teaching profession in Nigeria. Abstract:Teaching in Nigeria is not a „profession‟. The word “profession” is only a universal term, and does not need to be considered in the absolute sense.
A universal term would apply to everyone and every : Kingsley E. Nsirim, Gabriel Ekwueme Elechi, Dagogo Allen F. These are professional competence, specialised knowledge, occupational knowledge and skills, experience through long advanced education, continuous in same growth through seminars and conference.
Following persistent demand by the National Union of Teachers (NUT), teaching in Nigeria is now legally recognised as a profession while N.C.E is now. Teaching is a noble and respectable profession in the developed countries of the world, despite the accosted issues regarding teacher’s welfare in Nigeria.
It is often described as the mother of all professions. Hence, law, engineering, pharmacy, nursing. teaching profession in Nigeria and how does that affect potential business teachers in the country. There is the need to investigate the situation. Objectives of the Study The study sought to determine the: 1.
Effect of the position of the teaching profession in Nigeria. The teaching profession in Nigeria Even at the beginning of the emergence of the profession of a teacher in Nigeria, it was a prestigious and respected post. It was the teachers who were engaged not only in the education of a child but also in the teaching of the moral and ethical qualities of society.
[b]3. BE A CERTIFIED/REGISTERED TEACHER: Endeavour to be registered with a teaching professional body in Nigeria e.g TRCN and other relevant bodies. PACKAGE YOUR CV WELL: [/b]So many of us miss it here because your CV is the first to represent you and when it is wrongly done even if you are academically qualified the job still remain far.
The development of teaching as a profession in Nigeria should be considered from the standpoint of the first criteria of a profession, that is training and certification.
The truth is that proficiency in every art - whether it be painting, music or teaching – involves training, but also needs more than training.
This facilitates better appreciation of the teaching profession as well as the process of imparting education. This paper is intended to give an insight into the concept of teaching and learning. The ethics of the teaching profession are the moral beliefs and rules about right and wrongs that influence teachers behaviour, attitude and ideals.
In most communities in Nigeria, there are some known, acceptable (social) norms that appear taken for granted as ethics in teaching. These acceptable (social) norms are of two categories. mechanisms for teacher education and professional development. “Teaching Profession for the 21st Century” is a joint attempt to respond to the above challenges.
It contains four chapters and appendices. The first chapter explains the importance of teachers’ professional development and of setting expectations for the teaching profession.
The emergence of professionalization of teaching in Nigeria is a step forward to teaching profession. Professional ethics as standard rules and regulations governing the conduct of a profession is an issue in teaching profession in Nigeria, its status and place as it relates to standard is the focus of this paper.
The status of teaching as a profession in Nigeria has remained a contested issue. This paper thus looked into the issue of professionalizing teaching for the development of the education sector in the country.
The concept of professionalism was viewed from the functionalist, interactionist, division of. The contents of this book are aligned with the teaching competencies specified in the National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS).
The design of this book follows the Outcome – based Education (OBE) design ensuring the pre-service teachers in Teacher Education Institutions to understand and appreciate the teaching profession.
1 The nature of teacher education This book is about how teachers can continue with their professional de-velopment as language teachers once their period of formal training is over. It also examines how supervisors and administrators can provide opportu-nities for such development to take place.
The need for ongoing teacher. This article provides a list of recommended books that corresponds to the present Nigerian syllabus for Primary Education. Primary school education is the basic form of education in Nigeria. It provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to attain secondary education and beyond.
Problems of teachers education in Nigeria 1. Lack of funding. Lack of funding of teachers’ education programmes has been a major problem staring at teachers’ education in Nigeria, this challenge make for poor quality education that lacks the capacity of ensuring enduring growth and development.
The challenges of teacher education in Nigeria for a better world. Foundation of Teacher Education in Nigeria. Two accounts of missionary endeavours to promote western education in Nigeria preceded the imperial occupation and were well documented by African historians of education.
(FafunwaTaiwo, Osokoya ).WHY WE EXIST Millions of children in Nigeria lack access to an excellent education that will give them a successful future. This results in more and more people continuing to join the cycle of poverty, making it increasingly difficult for our nation to live up to its vision of a better future.
Whereas professional autonomy and control of entry can be decreed or legislated, professional commitment is a value that becomes a lifestyle of practice of the professional. Referring to a book.