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|Title: ||Aspects of the “Management Role” of the Productive Teacher of the Universal Basic Education in Nigerian Schools.|
|Authors: ||Okam, C. C.|
Sule, M. N.
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2000|
|Publisher: ||The Jos Journal of Eduction.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 5;No. 1; Pp 87-92|
|Abstract: ||As a curricular artefact, the new Nigeria’s Universal Basic Education (UBE) has become constituted into one of the importantly embedded features in the structures of her educational system. This universal Basic Education has become accepted as one of those critical pivots of our educational practices. Its curricular dimensions and underpinnings imply that it is submerged in immense interdisciplinary commitments.‘ This development conveys a notion of curriculum integration and it suggests that the new Universal basic Education has to cope with complex methodological demands which are intrinsic to an effective classroom dispensation of its associated subject matter. It follows, therefore, that the complex structural issues .which stem from the curricular underpinnings and dimensions of the Universal Basic Education has to be eﬂectively confronted and addressed by the professional ‘teacher-manager” if we are to attain the goals and objectives associated with the new scheme|
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