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Teaching Methods and Learning Styles in Education
Submission Deadline: Oct. 30, 2015
Lead Guest Editor
Joy-Telu Hamilton-Ekeke
Department of Teacher Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria
Guest Editor
  • Ekima Ayibaene Frank-Oputu
    Department of Teacher Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria
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Published Papers
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Education is a lifelong process that has interpretation in purpose, type and level. It is a means of socializing people into the community, for upholding customs and traditions as well as for the modification or changing of some characters in conforming to the existing ideologies and ideological expression or reformation. All these ideologies are achievable in education through different teaching methods in education. Teaching is the conscious and deliberate effort by a mature or experienced person to impart information, knowledge, skills etc; to an immature or less experienced person with the intention that the person will learn or come to accept what is taught on good grounds.

Original research papers are solicited in any subject area that will motivate self prepared instructional materials to aid teaching methods as well as learning styles.

Aims and Scope:

1. Different teaching methods
2. Different learning styles
3. Instructional materials for teaching
4. Benefits of using different teaching methods
5. Evaluation of teaching and learning
6. Preparation of instructional materials
7. Benefits of using self provided instructional materials
8. The growing trends of teaching methods and learning styles
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