Anna Agbidye

Benue State University

Along Gboko Rd, P.M.B.102119 Makurdi-Gboko Rd

Makurdi, 97001

Nigeria

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Students’ Perceived Difficult Concepts and It's Influence on Their Performance in Basic Science in Makurdi Metropolis: Implications for Basic Science Teacher Production

National Association of Science, Humanities and Education Research Journal (NASHER), 12(1), 24-30, 2014
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 08 Sep 2014
Emmanuel Edoja Achor and Anna Agbidye
Benue State University and Benue State University
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Difficult concepts, basic science, science teacher production, performance in basic science

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The Nexus between Society, Science Education and Technology in Nigeria: Maximizing the Gains

World Educators Forum, 6(1), 70-78, August 2015
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 03 Aug 2015
Anna Agbidye and Emmanuel Edoja Achor
Benue State University and Benue State University
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Science and society; African science

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Problem-Based Learning Strategy in Upper Basic Two and Science Students’ Cognitive Load in Makurdi, Nigeria

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR SCIENCE, HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION RESEARCH JOURNAL (ICSHERJ), VOL. 4 NO. 2, 92-99 (2019)
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 24 Sep 2019
Benue State University, Benue State University and Benue State University - Department of Curriculum and Teaching
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problem-based learning strategy; cognitive load; Basic Science; gender

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Effect of Problem-Based Learning Strategy on Upper Basic Two Students’ Achievement in Basic Science in Makurdi Metropolis, Benue State

Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education (JOSMED), 15(3), 41-48.
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 15 Oct 2019
Benue State University, Benue State University and Benue State University - Department of Curriculum and Teaching
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Problem-Based Learning, Achievement, Upper Basic II Students, Gender, Basic Science