On the Spot Literacy: Panacea for Drop-Out and Skill Development in Community Literacy Education in Nigeria
The study explored and examined alternative method that could be used to facilitate adult learning for sustainance of adult literacy classes and learners' interests.
||On the Spot, Sustainance, Panacea, Drop-out, Attendance, Skill
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 5, pp.57-60.
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Born sixty yeasr ago, attended and graduated from colleges both in Nigeria and the United States of America. I attended and graduated from Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar, Missouri; New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; and the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, where I obtained my Ph.D. in Adult and Continuing Education on August 13, 1983. I am married, and blessed with children. I have worked and served in different positions both as a teacher and administrator.I have also served as the Head and Director of the Department of Continuing Education of my University at various time, which spanned for over eight years. I have more than twenty five publications in different and reputable Journals across the world. I am a member of many academic and professional organizations. I was also a foundation member of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. I have attended and presented papers at conferences both nationally and internationally. I am also a religious and community leader, and have served in different capacities on social and religious issues both at local and national levels.
Married and blessed with children. A community development education expert, and a religious leader. Has over ten years teaching experience at college level. An author of many publications.
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