———– is a mental attitude between science and religion.
——– also interpret the following exept good
Some———- thinkers also refered to as Analytic philosophers
The following are the main functions of philosopy exept ————-
it is well known that all other disciplines are generated from ——–
philosophy constitutes the———– of curriculum design.
the products of ——– design are so important to the educational process
curriculum is based on philosophy because of the ————– it derives from philosophy.
__________ extended the scope of scientific management.
_________ plays strategic role in organizational development, but they are not the same.
__________ may be interpersonal or intergroup.
__________ refers to the ability of the leader to reward.
The major proponents of the task contingency ap­proach are ______ and G. M. Stalker.
The organic __________ is a direct contrast to the mechanistic form of organization.
________________ are often initially reluctant to change .
An _______ is an open system when account is taken of the internal environment
Organizational design takes place when managers develop or change an __________ structure.
_____ contribution to organisation theory was his analysis of the impact of the formal organization upon the individual.
There are — types of behaviour
Morale is the — of a person to his job
…..Functions includes recording and storing facts and information for later use or for others within an organisation
….. Is the process by which goals are achieved through collective and cooperative human efforts in a suitable environment
The process of planning, leading, organising, and controlling people within a group in order to achieve goals is —
One major difference in the functions of management and administration is that while administration handles the business of finance, the management handles —
In giving definition to management, the accountant will see it in terms of —
Managing is totally concerned with —
The history of management is best traced from the period of
In order to attain her stated goals, the organisation must work as
The Egyptian writing of ancient period is called —
While administration requires administrative abilities, management requires —
In terms of level of authority, while management is modle level activity, administration is —
In an organisation the accountant will view management in terms of —
Managerial functions include all except —
One of these organisations does not require management –
In the administration of cooperative, the following should be concerned except —
One of the factors that could inhibit managerial functions is —-
Still competition among companies and rivalry for markets encourages —
The chinese sage that made parables is called —
What is Primary Education?
What is tertiary education?
The curriculum in the tertiary institutions cut across various disciplines in most cases with not less than 60% allocated to ———oriented courses.
What is the Definition Of Objectives?
The descriptive verbs used under your objectives should not contain ——–
Wha t is thedifference between the school and education?
what did the term ‘curriculum’ meant to student?
What does the term curriculum mean to teacher?
According to (Whitfield, 1971).Curriculum is defined as ————-
The first to conceive the atomic theory and the first to use the word atom was _____
The science that was majorly regarded as conceptual science because it was not based on sound data was the _____
Science as an enterprise as practised today was greatly influenced by the early ideas of _____
The philosophers who initiated speculation and later logic as tools for systematic reasoning and the explanation of events and phenomenon in nature are from _____
The development of science education in Nigeria was tied to the work of the colonial masters twofold agenda namely: _____ and _____
The first secondary school in Nigeria was established by the _____ in the year _____
The first primary school in Nigeria was established by the _____ in the year _____
Which of these components is not inclusive in the definition of science. ______________
The _____________ of science include knowledge in the form of concept, facts, generalizations, principle, rules and laws
The first Government College in the Northern Nigeria was established in _____
————-idea of education is the process of living through a continuous construction of experiences
The mind is active and always wants to find out ———–
———— is based on philosophy because of the inspiration it derives from philosophy.
Philosophy help teachers to understand the national and ————- goals of his country
———— equips the teacher to deal with educational problems by obtaining self-reflection
philosophy gives ———– the thought and education gives it an outlet in practice
philosophy and education are ————— disciplines
To John Dewey ——– Philosophy is the theory of education in its most general phases
Philosophy of education is an applied and practical philosophy not only for teachers but also for the——- or ———–
——————- helps the teacher/educator to better understand the objectives of his national policies on education
The Booklets for Teachers ges 5 and 13 are published bY——–
Nuffield ‘A’ level science scheme offer an integrated approach to——– sciences at advance level
Science programme at ages 5 and 13 project is designed to help students learn by excitement and ——–
What is Culture?
Schools are meant to perpetuate ——-.
Socio-cultural factors or the eco-culture of a learner’s environment significantly affect ——– in school work
Science and technology education is a cultural and human enterprise involving the transmission of ——–heritage of a people
Language is the most efficient and the most obvious mode of ———–
Language in science is more —– and vocabulary of scientific writing is so different from the active vocabulary of the ordinary use of language.
Vygosky laid emphasis on language which accompanies the ——–
———— was an exponent of Educational Perrenialism
“Philosophers like Herbert Spencer and John Locke postulated that matter is the ultimate ——

——– theory was propounded by John Locke
————- defined Education is a process of socialisation and an in strument of national development when it is bestutilized
Pragmatism is the ——- idea that asserts that change is dynamic and belongs to the essence of reality
————– believe that education can bring about the required harmony and social political order which nature through societal activity disrupted
Axiology is the branch of ———— that deals with value both intrinsic and extrinsic values
the fundamental meaning of Logic is ————
Philosophical schools of thought are of ——— major divisions
Freedom is defined as absence of ———
Oxygen supply to the brain diminishes with increasing
It is at the early ______ years that the child’s personality and behaviour are determined.
Reaction time increases from early childhood, reaches its maximum at ____.
The quantitative changes in height, weight, girth and others are as a result of multiple cell divisions called ______.
______ functions depend on experience.
In the Foetus, the head and the trunk are well developed before the rudimentary limb buds appear. This implies ______ growth.
______ disorders arise from errors in the packaging of the genetic material.
______ disorders are carried by females, but primarily affect males.
Before the cells are differentiated into tissues and organs, zygote divides repeatedly through the process of ____.
Movements of the foetal limbs are noticed at ______ month.
_________ introduced the concept of Logic in an attempt to explain and understand nature.
_________ would be remembered for his discovery of Atom.
Serious science teaching could not take place in the early days of Education in Nigeria due to all the following except ____________
A philosopher that deviated from the ideology of Plato and postulated the conversion of the four elements into two oppositing proportion is called ___________
Who among these philosophers hold the greatest influence on the present day science.
Which of these combination collaborated to develop educaion in Nigeria.
The introduction of Education of Nigeria by the Missionaries was hinged on two fold agenda. They are
Formal Education in Nigeria began in the mid __________
Science Education started in the first primary school established in 1843 by ____________
The first secondary school in Nigeria was established by _____________`
Science education in Nigeria started from the primary school unlike what obtained in most western countries where science teaching grew from the ————-
What year did Nature Study become a popular subject in some Primary Schools and Teacher Training Colleges
What made Post Secondary institutions to be opened for the study of science in Nigeria ?
The first of its kind of Post Secondary institutions that was established in 1934 was ——
Why did West African Examination Council take over from Cambridge School Certificate Examination in 1950 ?.
In an effort to popularize science in the schools, science teachers all over the country met in 1957 to inaugurate the ————
The full meaning of APSP is ——–
The full meaning of MPSP is ——-
The full meaning of PEIP is ——-
Which University In 1962, established the Arts, Science and Technology branch.
———– is an umbrella word under which a large number of processes take place
Pestalozzi defined Education as a natural, harmonious and progressive development of man’s innate ——
——– defined education as the creation of sound mind in sound body
education begings at home with ———- leading the way
the teacher and the child’s parents are ———– in progress as far as the child’s education is concerened
the educated person is one who can apply his knowledge and —— in such a way as to find solution to what ever problems that confronts him
The word philosophy came from the Greek words philo and ————–
A child growing up in a home where both parents can find time to teach and interact with him, certainly has some———
Various goals and aspirations were stated in the NPE which form the basis of the Nigerian educational aims and objectives which include the following exept ———
the process of education is one which involves a number of activities on the part of several ———–
Actions such as observing, classifying, inferring, measuring, communicating, interpreting data, experimenting, etc can be categorized as ________
The set of standard or activities which guide the day to day activities of the scientist can be called ___________
Curiosity, willingness to suspend judgement, open- mindedness, skepticism, positive approach to failure etc can be classified as _____________ in science
A good physics lesson note must contain all the following except______
All the following are essential in the physics laboratory except______________
Which of these test type may likely encourage rote learning____________
All the following are objective type of test except ___________
Which of the following is not a demerit of essay test
The African Education Comission that compelled the British Colonial Government to introduce science education in African was sponsored by __________
Yaba Higher College was established in the year _____ after combined pressure on the colonial Government.
What does it mean to integrate?
Some integrated curriculum include the following except———–.
According to Balogun (1995), Intellectual processes include one of the following
One of these is not a Concrete processes:
What is the full meaning of PSNS?
David P. Ausubel (Subsumption) theory believes that
“Ausubel labeled cognitive structure which can provide for the interaction necessary for
meaningful learning as ———-.”
What is Advanca Organiser?
Bruner described major benefits derived by children when they learn how to investigate and discover for themselves which include the following except——–
“Gagne in his theory made two distinctions regarding the arrangement of learning situations which include Management of learning and ———-

Adolescence period is marked by some violent changes in ______.
The emotional stability of an individual affects his _____.
______ factor is an indicatiion that a student is sociable.
“The mind stores threatening primitive instinctual motives into the
unconscious mind through ______.”
______ connections between the family and the school experiences, between the family and peers etc.
______ is a technique of changing the level of support.
Children are able to develop abstract images at ______ stage.
______ utilises more calories of energy per day.
The physical needs exclude ______.
Our ability to hear high-pitched tones declines after ____ years
______ and Goldfield defined money as anything that is generally acceptable as a medium of exchange.
_______ is the direct system and practice of exchanging goods and services for goods or services.
________of money in any economy at any particular period is the total sum of all money held by all members of the society.
______ motives refers to the desire to hold cash balances in order to meet expenditures which may arise due to unforeseen circumstances such as sickness and accidents.
_________ institutions are institutions which serve the purpose of channelling funds from lenders to borrowers.
Financial Institutions can be classified into bank and ________ Financial institutions.
______banks are financial institutions which are set up to provide banking services that will help in the development of a particular sector or aspect of the economy.
Peoples Bank of Nigeria (PBN) was established in October, ______ but was given Legal Status by Decree No. 22 of 1990.
_________ bank is a bank whose business is restricted to a specified geographical area in Nigeria.
The _______ is the principal regulator and supervisor of the entire Nigerian Financial Institutions.
What is Primary Education?
What is tertiary education?
The curriculum in the tertiary institutions cut across various disciplines in most cases with not less than 60% allocated to ———oriented courses.
What is the Definition Of Objectives?
The descriptive verbs used under your objectives should not contain ——–
Wha t is thedifference between the school and education?
what did the term ‘curriculum’ meant to student?
What does the term curriculum mean to teacher?
According to (Whitfield, 1971).Curriculum is defined as ————-
_______has become a household word in Nigeria.
______is induced by excessive demand not matched with increase in supply.
______involves the use of traditional monetary instruments to reduce the quantity of money in circulation.
The ____ curve examines the relationship between the rate of unemployment and the rate of money wage changes.
______ is a reduction in the general price level due to a decrease in the economic activity of a nation.
The stance of monetary policy refers to the position taken by ________
___is the buying and selling of securities by the monetary authorities in the open market.
______is a monetary policy used to overcome a recession or a depression or a deflationary gap.
A _____ market is a market where long-term and short-term funds are bought and sold.
The money market is a market for ____-term funds.
Science curriculum should be continuously reviewed to take care of gender, cultural and ——– issues
In a science curriculum When the objectives are stated, the contents are selected and the methods of teaching and education are also specified. It is described as —————-
In 1967, Wheeler came up with a cyclic model of curriculum process going through—– phases
(1987 however, remarked that three of the project management stages have
been omitted which include the following except———”
“What helps to determine if there is need for a review or not of the whole programme

Curriculum programmes can be developed depending on the societal needs and——aspirations
There is always the need to revise or modify any curriculum programme found to be ———.
There are so many curriculum development models but with common —–
What do you understand by pilot testing?
What is installation in Curriculum?
______instrument is the most liquid money market instruments next only to cash.
___ is documents that are issued in the normal course of business as evidence of debt.

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