STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES FOR EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY OF BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN RIVERS STATE

Emeka G. Nwokocha, Christiana A. Onwuchekwa

Abstract


 This study investigated the status and management of resources for effective instructional delivery of business education programme in tertiary institutions in River State.  The Stratified random sampling technique was used to select 109 lecturers that took part in the study.  The study adopted descriptive survey design.  An instrument titled ‘Status and Management of resources for business education programme’ (SMRBP) was developed. Percentage was used to analyze the research questions, while chi-square was used to test the hypothesis at 0.05 significant level. It was revealed from the study that majority of the lecturers teaching business education courses do not have the relevant certificate. The results also showed that majority of the non-human resources for business education programme are unavailable. Various measures in which resources can be properly managed was shown in the work.  It was however recommended that unqualified business education lecturers be encouraged to take up programmes that will enhance their teaching quality in business education and resources should be made available by government and authorities should evolve means of properly managing the resources for achievement of business education objectives 

Keywords: Status, Resources, Resource Management and Instructional delivery


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