ASSONT VOL 12 NO 1

Creative and Functional Education: The Challenges and Prospects in a Comatose Economy Professor David Amokaha Aboho
Language as a Social Phenomenon: Its Functions and Social Factors in Language Use. Ogba Thank-God Igiri, Ph.D
Creative and Functional Science Education in a Comatose Economy.Dr. Nnenna Grace Ezechi
Creativity: A Survival Strategy for Early Childhood Education in a Comatose Economy: Challenges Ngozi Lynda Nwoko
Conflict Management Strategies (CMS): Building an Innovative Team and Knowledge Management in Nigerian Education System Okeyode Abraham Oketunbi
Creative Thinking and E-Learning: Its Implications on Teachers Education and Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria. Dr. Nancy Ngunan Ugbagir and Ngusha Simeon Abele
Reviving Nigeria’s Economy through Creative and Functional Art and Culture Education… Malise Turba Dateba and Hafsat Ruth Jari
Teaching Basic Mathematics for Solid Foundation and Creative Thinking. Andrew A. Dosomah; Celestina O. Audu and Sabrena O. Edosomwan
Challenges to Quality and Effective Teacher Education in Nigeria: An Appraisal. E. M. Uduma and Ihie Eru 221
Creative and Functional Curriculum and Instruction: The Challenges and Prospect in a Comatose Economy. Dr. Christiana N. Nwadiokwu and Favour E. Nwadiokwu
Creative and Functional Education: The Challenges and Prospects of Biology Education in Nigeria. Bukar Sani Mai; Yaga Michael Banfe and Joshua Wakirwa Bitrus
Creative and Functional Education as a Tool for Sustainable Development in Primary Studies. Comfort Remilekun Olorunyomi
Creative and Functional Education as Solution to Nigeria’s Economic Recession. Sunday Ose Ugadu; Dr. Fredrick Agbo Odo and Dr. Ignatius O. Onwe
Creative and Functional Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects in a Comatose Economy. Professor Sarwuan Daniel Shishima
Creative and Functional Education: The Challenges and Prospects in a Comatose Economy. Professor David Amokaha Aboho
Creative and Functional Science Education in a Comatose Economy. Dr. Nnenna Grace Ezechi
Creative and Functional Women Empowerment for Economic Recovery in Nigeria: The Challenges and Prospects in a Comatose Economy. Philomena Member Solomon
Creativity: A Function for the Evaluation of Early Childhood Care and Education Mathematics. Dr. Kingsley Chimah Obi; Matthew A. Nnanna and Chidi Ekeada
Diversification of Nigeria Economy through Science Education: The Prospect and Challenges. S. U. Ozioko; E. N. Ikwunusi and E. U. Nwaeze
Effects of Laboratory Instruction Incorporating Annotated Drawings on Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Biology. Hyelyankuri Daniel; Muhammad Abdullahi and Ahmed Bello
Ensuring Creative and Functional Education in a Comatose Economy through Effective School Supervision Ambrose Beluaye Anashie; Dr. Joseph Ityokyaa Agbe and Prof. Simon Ocheme Akpakwu
Entrepreneurship Education and Creativity Challenges and Prospects. Linus Abaka Opupuse; Regina A. Igbo and Peter A. Aniah
Entrepreneurship Education: A Vehicle for National Development in Nigeria. Benedict Igboh Ugbong, Ph.D; Victor Mbaying Ogar and Margaret Enyia Ferdinand
Innovative Approaches to Financing Functional Higher Education in Nigeria. Olugbade Solomon Adeniran
Prospects of Creative and Functional Literacy in Resuscitation of Nigeria’s Ailing Economy.Gilbert Onyemachi Ede, Ph.D and Emelda Ada Anyanwu-Amunde
Prospects of Creative and Functional Literacy in Resuscitation of Nigeria’s Ailing Economy.Gilbert Onyemachi Ede, Ph.D and Emelda Ada Anyanwu-Amunde