Nijobed

EDITORIAL PREFACE

Creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship will continue to attract attention of researchers, educationist and small and medium entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Without creativity there will be no innovation and without innovation, entrepreneurship will be jeopardized, if not made impossible. To contribute to intellectual discourse in the academic community, this maiden Edition of School of Business Education Journal NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION (NIJOBED) of Federal College of Education (Tech) Potiskum came up with insightful articles. This volume included thought provoking articles which bother on creativity and innovation in teacher education, science, technology and entrepreneurship.

Many thank to the members of the Editorial board, consulting editors and assessors for their commitment and scholarly assessment of the manuscripts. No doubt their worthwhile recommendations have helped us to make thoughtful editorial decisions. Our appreciation also is due to highly esteemed contributions.

Finally, our special thank is due to the provost of the college Mal. Modu Muhammed and the Deputy Dr. (Mrs.) Esther Ojile for their financial support and encouragement.

We hope you will find the reading of this volume as stimulating, educative and interesting as we have packaged it. We also welcome reviews, position papers and research reports that may further broaden our perspective of the various issues raised in this maiden edition of our journal.

Dr. O.U. Ihedioha

Editor-in-Chief

EDITORIAL BOARD

Dr. Oliver Ihediaha   (Editor in Chief)

Mr  Joseph Olorunmolu

Mrs Hindatu A. Bako

Alh. Bukar Gaji Adamu

Mal. Ahmadu Musa Maluri

Mr Richard Akilu  Secretary

EDITORIAL CONSULTANTS

Prof. K.H. Bulama:  Department of Technology Education,

Modibo Adama University of Technology  Yola

Prof. P.S. Yaduma:School of Technology Education

Abubakar TafawaBalewa University Bauchi.

Dr. (Mrs) Esther Ojile: Federal College of Education (Tech.)

Potiskum, Yobe State

Dr. Ehud Y. Garba: Federal College of Education (Tech.) Potiskum, Yobe State

Dr. Modu Mohammed: Federal College of Education (Tech.) Potiskum, Yobe State

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

  1. K. H. Bulama, Department of Technology Education Mautech Yola.
  2. Olorunmolu Joseph Oye, Joshua Lare Ojo & Mathew Timothy, School of  Business Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Yobe State.
  3. Yakubu IdiTikau, Tr. John Saidu& Ibrahim Adamu Potiskum, School Of Education Department of Education Technology, School of Education Department of Education Technology
  4. Gadzama, BitrusIjai&Mathew, B. A. Federal College Of Education (Tech) Potiskum, Department of Integrated Science Education Of School Of Science Education F.C.E (Tech). PotiskumP.M.B 1013, Potiskum, Yobe State, Nigeria; School of Sciences Integrated Science Department, Kogi State College of Education, Ankpa, Nigeria
  5. Mberekpe A. C. Department of Biology Government Secondary School Mamudo, Potiskum, Yobe State.
  6. Alabura, A.U., Machido, H., Da’ar, W.J. Agricultuaral Technology Department (Agt), Animal Health Production Department(Ahp)
  7. RabiuUba, Esther Agbede& Abubakar A. Ba’aba Department of Accounting Education, School of Business Education Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum,Yobe State, Nigeria.
  8. Bukar MaduBiu, Monday Usman &Usman Adamu Murba Department of Home Economics Education, Federal College Of Education (Tech) Potiskum; Department of Agricultural Science Education, Federal College of Education (Tech) Potiskum.
  9. Abdullahi Aliyu, Ali Abdulhamid Badejo &Mohammed Bello Lawan Department of Accountancy College of Administrative and Business Studies, Potiskum, Yobe State Nigeria; Department of  General Studies College of Administrative and Business Studies, Potiskum, Yobe State Nigeria.
  10. Abubakar Suleiman Waziri, Ali Umar Nafada, Department of General Studies, Federal College of Education (Tech) Potiskum. Yobe State.
  11. Muhammad S. Adamu, Ibrahim Tela Fika, Madu Bah, Department of Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum; Department of Agricultural Technology, College of Agriculture Gujba, Yobe Stste, Nigeria.
  12. Ugwu Mohammed Sani, Department of Business Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Yobe State.
  13. Mberekpe, P. B (Mrs), Department of Home Economics Education, School of Vocational Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum Yobe State
  14. Atijegbe, Grace A. Home Economics Education Department, School of Vocational Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Yobe State.
  15. Thlama G. Ndirmbita& Bukar MainaBwala, School of Technical Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum, Yobe State.
  16. Salmamza Dibal; School of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education, Department of Early Childhood Care Education, Federal College of Education (Tech.) Potiskum.Yobe State.
  17. Mamman Isa&Ahmed ShuaibuDaya, Yobe State Teaching Service Board (GssMamudo), Department of Agriultural Technology, Yobe State College of Agriculture Gujba
  18. Abubakar Suleiman Waziri& Ali Umar Nafada, Department of General Studies. Federal College of Education (Tech.)Potiskum
  19. Jummai Bata & Elizabeth Hassan, Department of Home Economics, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Yobe State.
  20. Haladu Mohammed, Juliana Chinyere Oliver, D. Rufai College of Islamic and Legal StudiesMisau Bauchi State; Unity Model Schools Potiskum Yobe State.
  21. Haladu Mohammed, Department Of Remedial StudiesAd.Rufa’i College For Legal And           Islamic Studies Misau, Bauchi State.
  22. Ihedioha Oliver Uwadiegwu Ph. D. School of Business Education, Federal College of                 Education (Technical) Potiskum, Yobe State.
  23. Hindatu A. Bako, Hassan MuhammedBadawi&Hamza Muhmmed Tambuwal, Department of Accounting Education School of Business Education, Department of Woodwork Technology, School of Technical Education Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Shehu Shagari College of Education, Staff Secondary School Sokoto Shehu Shagari College of Education Staff  Secondary School Sokoto
  24. Mrs Esther Abdul Agbede,Joseph O. Olorunmolu, of Accounting Education, School of Business Education, Federal College of Education  (Technical), Potiskum
  25. Bukar Amos, Zainab, Faruk, Yunusa, Department of Accounting Ahmadu Bello University Zaria; Department of Business Education F.C.E. (T), Gombe State
  26. Aji, Yakubu Steven, Amueh, Richard Akilu&Okpachu, Steve Adogwu Department of Fine Art Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum; Department of Accounting Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum. Department of Agricultural Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum.
  27. Enang, Christiana Etong, Abdulkadir, Abdulrahman, Federal Ministry of Education, Nigeria; School of Business Education Federal College of  Education (Tech) P.M.B. 60, Gombe, Gombe State
  28. M. Tinja &Tijani, O. Abdulgaffar, School of Education Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum P. M. B. 1013 Yobe State. .
  29. Buba Paktama Bwala, Department of Curriculum And Instruction, Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum,Yobe State
  30. Ahmadu Musa Maluri, Joseph Olorunmolu Oye & Bala Yabano Mohammed School of Business Education, Department of Accounting Education Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial                                                                                    iii

List of Contributors                                                                 iv

Table of Contents                                                                    vi

Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Key To Nigeria’s Development in the  21st Century

Prof. K.H. Bulama,…………………………………………………………..1 – 9

Encouraging Creativity, Innovation And Entrepreneurship In Technical Vocational Education And Training In Nigeria

Olorunmolu Joseph Oye, Joshua Lare  Ojo & Mathew Timothy……………….9 – 14

Awareness, Accessibility And The Use Of Multimedia For Learning In Nigerian Colleges Of Education

Yakubu IdiTikau ,Liman Ciroma & Tr. John  Saidu Potiskum…………….……15 – 18

Promoting Entrepreneurship In Basic Science Education Among Jss Students For Self – Reliance In Nigeria And Way Forward

Gadzama, BitrusIjai & Mathew, B. A ………………………..………..…… 19 – 24

Entrepreneurship Education in Biology Key to Nigeria’s   Development In   the 21st Century

Mberekpe A. ………………………………………………………….. 25 – 30

Enhancing Youth Empowerment Through Vocational Agricultural Education In Plateau State

Alabura, A.U., Machido, H., & Da’ar, W.J………………… 31-37

The Role of Entrepreneurship For Generating Employment For Economic Development In Nigeria: Problems And Prospect:

Rabiu Uba, Esther Agbede & Abubakar A. Ba’aba ………38 – 43

Entreprenuership Skills Acquisition and Innovation In Agricultural Education: An Instrument For Self-Reliance In Nigeria

Bukar Madu Biu, Monday Usman &Usman Adamu Murba,…... 44 – 48

Impact of Taxation on Individual Desire To Work In Potiskum Local Government

Mohammed Bello Lawan & Ali Abdulhamid Badejo & Abdullahi Aliyu …..…. 50 -57

Integrating Citizenship Education With Entrepreneurial Education For Sustainable Development

Ali Umar Nafada & Abubakar Suleiman Waziri ……………………….……… 58 – 60

Multimedia Video Instruction for the Acquisition of Land Preperation Skills For Entrepreneurial Development In Agricultural Science

Madu Bah, Ibrahim Tela Fika & Muhammad S. Adamu………………… 61 – 66

Job Prospects of Business Educators: The Nigerian Experience

Ugwu Mohammed Sani ……………………………………………….. 67- 69

Entrepreneurship In Home Economics Education: Key To Nigeria’s Development In The Twenty-First Century: Mberekpe, P. B (Mrs) ……………… … 70 – 76

Sustainable Entrepreneurship Education For Home Economics Graduates Of Colleges Of Education Towards National Development

Atijegbe, Grace A. ………………………….………………………77 – 80

Ensuring Qualitative Vocational and Technical Education for Achieving Entrepreneurship Programme in Nigeria

Thlama G. Ndirmbita & Bukar Maina Bwala……………………81- 85

Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship In Primary Education For Self – Reliance

Salmamza Dibal …………………………………………….. 86 -88

Influence of Agricultural Mechanization On Crop Production In Yobe State

Mamman Isa & Ahmed Shuaibu Daya …………………..89-93

A Study Of The Relationship Between NCE Students’ Perception Of Their Classroom Environment And Their Attitude Toward Science Subjects

Ali Umar Nafada & Abubakar Suleiman Waziri …………………… 94-100

Education: An Inevitable Tool For Empowering Women For Sustainability And National                   Development

Jummai Bata& Elizabeth Hassan  ……………………………….101 – 104

Innovations In Teaching And Learning Introductory Biology  In Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

Haladu Mohammed & Juliana Chinyere Oliver ………………….105 -109

Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence, and Academic Performance, Among Student’s of Legal Studies, Misau, Bauchi State

Haladu Mohammed …………………………………………:……….110 -112

Teaching Business Education For Creativity: Key to Nigeria’s Economic Development In The 21st Century. Ihedioha Oliver Uwadiegwu Ph. D.………….113 – 116

Effective Risk Management Strategy; A Panacea For Successful Entrepreneurship In Nigeria

Hindatu A. Bako, Hassan Muhammed  Badawi & Hamza Muhmmed Tambuwal ………………….…117-120

The Effects of Entrepreneurship On The Sustainable Economic Development Of Nigeria:

Esther Abdul Agbede, & Joseph O. Olorunmolu ……………..121-129

Determining The Shareholders Value Creation Of Listed Health Care Firms In Nigerian Capital Market

Bukar Amos & Zainab, Faruk Yunusa  ……………………… 130-136

Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: An Imperative Tool For Nigeria’s Economic Development

Aji Yakubu Steven, Amueh Richard Akilu & Okpachu, Steve Adogwu …… 137-141

Office Technology Management for Economic Growth and Development

Enang, Christiana Etong & Abdulkadir, Abdulrahman  …………142-145

Mobilizing Secondary School Students For Vocational Development In Nigeria: Implications For Counselling

Rahmat. M. Tinja &Tijani, O. Abdulgaffar  ………………… 146-150

Early Childhood And Care Education Beyond 2020 And National Development In Nigeria

Buba Paktama Bwala  ……………………………………. 151- 154

Imbedding Some Porogrammes into the Contemporary Entrepreneurship Education (EE) In Nigerian Higher Educational Institutions (HELs) For Realiszing Vision 2020

Ahmadu Musa Maluri, Joseph Olorunmolu, Oye & Bala Yabano Mohammed ……… 155-158                                                                                          

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