The book, Managing Learners’ Time, Health and Study Habits, exposes critical issues concerning how parents and teachers ought to guide learners on effective time management, safe health practices and engage in positive study habits. This book will inform the readership with the techniques of time management , parents and teachers’ role in learners time management, importance of school-based counseling, impact of library use in promoting good study habits and time management, how to improve learners’ reading culture, health implication of effective time management, maximizing learners academic potentials in mathematics, science and technology and teachers’ perspective in the teaching of English language. Issues on methods of teaching, teachers’ classroom behavior and samples of lesson notes are also contents in this book. Parents and teachers will find the book useful. It will be a guide for schools who desire to organize seminars for their teachers and parents, the Ministry of Education officers and undergraduates and the general public will find the book informative.
Roseline O. Olubor
Roseline O. Olubor, Ph.D., is a Professor of Educational Planning and former Director, Institute of Education, University of Benin, Nigeria. She is a member of the Nigerian Academy of Education. Agatha I. Ojeme, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the Institute of Education and a Counselling Psychologist. She is a member of the Counselling Association of Nigeria.
Agatha I. Ojeme
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Learners' time, Health, Study Habit, Counselling, library use, mathematics, science, English language, Parental role, ailments in pupils
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