As part of its vision of providing education for “Liberty and Development” for Nigerians and the International Community, the University of Ibadan, Distance Learning Centre has recently embarked on a vigorous repositioning agenda which aimed at embracing a holistic and all encompassing approach to the delivery of its 5.1.4 Adult. Aug 10, 2010 · Professionalization of Adult education in Nigeria is presently geared towards national development. The objective of the processes of adult education and national development is to get the adults, either as individuals or as a group, to learn and through learning to .
The study measured the level of development of adult education in Nigeria. A questionnaire sought information on functional literacy, remedial education, further education, vocational and professional training, aesthetic, cultural and civic education. Questions related to the scope of programmes, numbers of participants and of staff, financial, material and equipment provision and physical Cited by: 1. But in 1872, they started to intervene in the education system by giving donations to the missionary societies to support education. In 1882, the colonial government brought a document- Education ordinance, with the aim of having total control on education. This was their first formal pronouncement in education in Nigeria.
Programmes of Adult and Non-Formal Education The programmes of Adult and Non-Formal Education as presented in the National Benchmark for NFE in Nigeria are as follows: 1. Basic Literacy – this is a literacy programme designed for people that had never had the opportunity of attending any form of school for the purpose of acquiring how to read, write and calculate simple arithmetic’s. Federal College of Education, Obudu - adult education department offers adult educational programmes and is situated at Cross River State, Nigeria. 3 Ikeoha Foundation 11/13 Ezillo Avenue, Independence Layout, Enugu State Nigeria.
Describes and discusses adult education and community development in Nigeria, specifically in the Bendel State. Provides a brief history of adult education and community development and describes several programs, methods, and techniques. Highlights Author: Edwin Hamilton. 532 Adult education in Nigeria: The consequences of neglect and agenda for action. education programs continue to operate mainly as disparate, piecemeal activities that are not integrated into a coherent, purposeful strategy in pursuit of a national development vision.
Adult education in Nigeria is presently geared towards national development (Ewuzie, 2012). The objective of the process of adult education and national development is to get the adults, either as individuals or as a group, to learn and through learning to change their attitude and behaviour. With the introduction of the 6-3-3-4 system of education in Nigeria, the recipient of the education would spend six years in primary school, three years in junior secondary school, three years in senior secondary school, and four years in a tertiary institution.Minister of Education: Adamu Adamu.