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Effective Learning Systems through Blended Teaching Modules in Adult Secondary Education Systems in Developing Nations: Need for Partnership
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Journal of Adult and Continuing Education Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 1477-9714

Abstract

We investigated methodological lessons in randomly selected adult secondary schools to construct a case for international partnership while examining education development in Nigeria. Standard database and web-based searches were conducted for publications between 1985 and 2012 on learning systems. This paper presents its absence and finds a heavy (over 80%) reliance on traditional methods of learning in Nigeria with less than 3% partnership with developed nations/organisations accompanied by low standard of learning. The authors propose the introduction of a blended teaching model which can potentially improve learning while requiring partnership from other developed nations and non-governmental organisations to aid its sustenance.

Citation

Ike, E. & Okechukwu, I.B. (2015). Effective Learning Systems through Blended Teaching Modules in Adult Secondary Education Systems in Developing Nations: Need for Partnership. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 21(1), 18-30. Retrieved January 20, 2020 from .

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