Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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Current Issue: VOL. 27 (1) APRIL, 2024


Preliminary Pages

Social Studies and Emerging Concerns in Global and International Understanding by Emman Osakwe & Onyeka Destiny Ukor

Developing the Professional Competences of Prospective Social Studies Teachers and its Implications for Nigerian Teacher Education Curricula by Bernice Nefeye Aghahowa & Lucky Omoede Aimiyekagbon

Social Studies and Inculcation of Democratic Value Education into Junior Secondary Schools Curriculum in Nigeria by Mujidat Olabisi Salawudeen

Innovative Pedagogical Approach in Teacher Education: Reflections and Implications by Juliet Nkonyeeasua Ossai, Rhoda Nkemdilim Eboh & Peter Dania

Japa Syndrome in Nigeria: Pre-service Social Studies Teachers’ Perspective by Kafayat Olabisi Adediran

Changing the Nigeria Social-cultural Narratives Through Social Studies by Otete Tina Jimoh

Modified Instructional Evaluation and Social Studies Students’ Academic Performance In Ogoja Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria by Michael Obi Odey & Ipoule Ogbaji Dominic

Social Studies Teachers’ Roles in the Enhancement of the Students’ Academic Performance in Upper Basic Education Level in Delta State by Nancy Isioma Abogoh & Lucky Okoro

The 21st Century Classroom: The Imperative for Educational Technology in Social Studies Kabiru Abubakar Dange

Lecturers’ Views on Adoption of E-learning as A Strategy for Restructuring Social Studies Curriculum for Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria by Dominic Ipuole Ogbaji, Micheal Obi Odey, Joy Anthony Ukam & Amina Peter Adams

Challenges of Instructional Technology as Strategies in Social Studies among Public Secondary School Teachers in Oredo Local Government, Edo State by Ivy Iyore Omoregbe & Ismaila Mosimabale Ibrahim

Use of ICT and Gender as Determinants of Students’ Attitude Towards Learning Social Studies in Higher Education Institutions in Delta State by Ogheneruemu Victoria Eduviere, Juliet Tonukari & Ogaga Godspower Oyibo

Renewing the Strength of Education for Social and Economic Development (being A Keynote Paper at the 2023 SOSAN National Conference) by Major General S. S. Ibrahim

Social Studies now and in the Future: Emerging Dimensions (being A Lead Paper at the 2023 SOSAN National Conference) by Donald Bette Enu


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