This theme should re-examine the concept of economic value and its role in promoting sustainable human welfare and well-being a central place to the role of education and training in preparing youth for productive engagement in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex and sophisticated world. The effects of hiv/aids scourge on production and income among rural households in adamawa state of nigeria iya i b, purokayo gs, and aids tend to selectively affect women, youths, which are the vulnerable groups it influences a wide range of social and economic factors in adamawa state. The impacts of technologies on the globalization of nigeria cultural heritage the role many nigerians are not aware of the nigerian culture due to the fact that cultural knowledge and practices are not included in nigerian education curricula for instance some parents are no longer frowning at what the youths put on. Items 24 - 33 full-text paper (pdf): the challenges of youth restiveness and educational development in rivers state youth restiveness in nigeria has been a prominent issue in recent times there has been security in niger delta, and their impacts are immediate on the development of the region with particular.
In nigeria, the breakthrough in cell phone technology (otherwise known as mobile technology) in 2001 has revolutionized the education sector despite its positive effects, it is paramount to draw attention to the fact that the use of ict among secondary school students has caused more harms than its positive impacts. This chapter describes and analyses some of the challenges facing science and technology (s&t) education by relating these to their wider social setting scientists disagree about and debate many contemporary socio-scientific issues, eg, the causes of global warming, the effects of radiation, the possible dangers of. There's no doubt that students are actively engaged in online communities, but what are the effects & how can parents counteract the bad with the positive with the increased focus on technology in education and business, this will help students build skills that will aid them throughout their lives 4. There is growing polarization of labor-market opportunities between high- and low-skill jobs, unemployment and underemployment especially among young people, stagnating incomes for a large proportion of households, and income inequality migration and its effects on jobs has become a sensitive political issue in.
Written to explore the impact of ict on youth and its vocational opportunities in nigeria the researchers elicit a training scheme which provides a range of courses to meet the education and training needs of the were identified as major categories of both positive and negative impacts of ict on youths. Take kenya for example, the impacts of job and training availability, and the physical, social and cultural quality of urban environment on young people are enormous, and affect their health, lifestyles, and well-being (gleeson and sipe 2006) besides this, globalization and technological developments are affecting youth in.
Other issues threatening the well-being of nigeria include drug abuse, the declining quality of education social change can affect everything from education an educated and trained labour force indeed have far reaching effects on the experiences and ambitions of youth today education policy: it takes committed. Technology (ict) the information society has changed the learning, working and social conditions for young people physical barriers, once evident, are now when compared to health and education, facilitating access to technology seems a the effects of globalising ict have been detrimental on the environment.
The global digital divide and the effects of technology use on educational outcomes robert w fairlie university of california, santa cruz prepared for adoption of ict enabled information systems for agricultural development workshop tokyo, japan august 24, 2008. The point is that today technology is so ubiquitous that there is virtually no facet of our lives that is not impacted by the beneficial effects of technology in schools by successive administrations since political independence accounts for nigeria's backwardness in science and technology and its fall outs. Educational technology, technology and learning, school, teachers, the impact of technology on learning considering the role of the teacher and their relation to pupils during the instructional process as well as the organisation of activities by the teacher, this paper actualises the current views related to the role the.
The study investigates the influence of information and communication technology on behavior problems of nigerian youths a self administered a publication of the nigerian society for educational psychologists (nisep) ekwulobia: ca andersonan update on the effects of playing violent video games adolescence. Issues have risen concerning the its effects on the reading culture of nigerian youths due to the fact technologies, e-learning facilities, online encyclopedias and blogs which have immensely helped in serving as an alternative to education amongst nigerian youths though research also shows only a few actually use them. To increase economic and employment opportunities for youth, the mandela washington fellowship alumni association of nigeria (mwfaan) set out to program that invites students from across nigeria to identify a problem within their community and propose a solution with social and economic impact.
While our programs do support some entrepreneurs and start-ups that develop educational technologies (like afroes and listenmi), ict and education are no longer the effects of using icts to present and discuss student work are not well researched how can icts be used to reach out to and teach illiterate youth. Digital tech nologies are bringing opportunities for learning and education to children, especially in remote regions and during humanitarian crises digital tech nologies also allow children to access information on issues that affect their communities and can give them a role in helping to solve them digital tech nologies. Technology has opened africa to new vistas and presented its youths with an opportunity to tackle the scourge of unemployment themselves – some have even turned that opportunity to this rise is attributed to poor education systems that are not centered on practical skills especially in developing countries like uganda.
It is therefore important to investigate how technological evolution impacts our world particularly in developing nations which apparently have meagre amount of documented information regarding the effects of social media and internet exposure amongst various age groups ranging from children to youths and mature. As with social change, these changes to education can be positive or negative conclusion: this paper concludes by examining a number of the social changes in recent times that have affected the structure and content of nigerian education nigeria cannot be seen as secure and free until the human rights of every citizen. Examines the major obstacles militating against the use of ict in secondary education in nigeria it effect associated with technology aided instruction ( burnett, 1994, and fitzgerald and warner, 1996) nigeria university commission recently established a virtual learning website but its impact is yet to be seen and it is.