B.Ed. HEALTH EDUCATION

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The MSc Political Science will allow you to apply theories, methods, techniques and concepts to a range of substantive problems, as well as developing analytical skills in key areas of political science research. You will also have the opportunity to focus your studies on either political analytics or media and democracy. Focusing on data analytics will allow you to expand your analytical abilities through game theory and will give you the opportunity to work with different types of data relevant for quantitative political research and use different types of statistical research methods to answer research questions and test theoretical hypotheses.

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Description

Health Education- Health Education instills the skills and knowledge necessary to enhance the health and wellness of self and others across the lifespan. Drawing on knowledge and health issues from the biological, environmental, psychological, social, physical, and mental sciences, students are given the opportunity to apply essential skills to reduce health risks and promote wellness. A follow-up Health Education master study is recently being prepared. The study programme “Health Education” fully corresponds to the scope and specificity of study at the Faculty of Education, when the need of society for experts educated in pedagogy and psychology grows. Their task is to guide people to their interest in their own health, to reinforce their dignity, self-confidence, independence, and responsibility.

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Course Objectives

  • To develop both intellectual abilities and physical skills applicable to problems of human movement.
  • To prepare teachers of Physical Education and Health Education for Post-Primary institusions.
  • To prepare competent personnel needed as sports administrators, sports coaches and organizers in sports council, institutions of leaming and the private sector.
  • To lay an appropriate groundwork for advanced studies in physical educa1ion, health education, recreation education and sports.

Admission Requirements

Any applicant who meets the minimum entry requirements for admission into the University may be granted admission, the requirements are :

  • O’level Result
  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport Photograph

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  • You study online and can come to school every semester for exams.

FEE STRUCTURE

100 level  Fee Structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 260,000 Naira

 

200 level Transfer Fee structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira transfer fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 290,000 Naira

 

Transfer final year Fee structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira transfer fee

20,000 Naira Project supervision fee

60,000 Naira Certificate fee

20,000 Naira convocation fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 390,000 Naira

 

CURRICULUM

Basic Physiology

GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

Physiology tells us how the bodies of living organisms work. Physiology is based on the gross and microstructure. Both structure and function must be studied at all levels from the cellular to the molecular to the intact organism.

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EXCITABLE TISSUES NERVE AND MUSCLE

All cells of the body possess a membrane potential related to the nonuniform distribution and varying permeability to Na+ and K+ and large intracellular anions. Nerve and muscle cells are excitable tissue developed a specialized use for the membrane potential. Nerve and muscle cells are capable of producing electrical signals when excited. Action potentials are brief reversals of membrane potential brought about by rapid changes in membrane permeability. Once started, action potentials are propagated throughtout an excitable cell.

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THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

Blood is the vehicle for long-distance, bulk transport of materials between cells and the external environment or between themselves. Such transport of substances is essential for maintaining homeostasis. It transports substances from place to place, buffers pH changes, carries excess heat to the body surface for loss, plays a very crucial role in the body’s defense against microbes and minimizes blood loss by evoking homeostatic responses when a blood vessel is injured.

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Education Technology

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CLARIFICATION OF CONCEPTS.

INTRODUCTION
Has it ever occurred to you to ask yourself the meaning of the name you bear? This is considered natural and indeed necessary. You must have noticed within your community that some individuals have cause to change their names for reasons not known to you aside from marital reason, especially among women-folks.

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INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND DEVELOPMENT

Communication is essential for the existence of societies, whether they are developed or developing. It is necessary for your accumulation of knowledge and capability. Furthermore, it serves as an instrument of social interaction. For the desirable change in learners’ behaviour and acquisition of knowledge and skills to be accomplished, communication must both take place between the teachers and learners. It is important for teachers to have deep knowledge of what communication process is and also be skillful in the use of communication skills. This unit is devoted to the study of communication process for you to be able to acquaint yourself with how you can improve your
communication as an individual and more importantly as a teacher..

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INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA PRODUCTION

In the previous module, we discussed about the instructional design, systems approach, factors, time allocated and evaluation and so on. In this unit, you will be exposed to the three main ways by which you can make instructional resources available for your use as a teacher.

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Educational Psychology

Educational Psychology

In order to define educational psychology we need to define education and
psychology.
• Education is defined as the profession that develops, applies and
researches methods of teaching and learning in schools
• Psychology is defined as the profession that studies human behaviour.
Therefore, educational psychology deals with a range of human behaviour involved in the educational process including human development, learning, memory, motivation and the evaluation of learning. (Banks, S & Thompson, C, 1995, p.6)

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Behaviorism

The behaviourists believe that the only behaviour worth describing is that which
is measurable. If we are able to measure it, we first must be able to observe it.
The behaviour must have a cause. Something which leads to a behaviour
occurring is referred to as a stimulus. A response is the behaviour that occurs as
a reaction to the stimulus.

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Other Theories of Learning

It is important that students understand there is a variety of learning
theories, and no one particular theory is ‘correct’. A number of theories are
discussed to allow students to become aware of some different viewpoints,
and to look at more contemporary theories of learning which may be more
relevant to the way children learn today. Try to link any theoretical
discussion with practical examples.

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Teaching Practice I

THE CONCEPT OF STUDENT TEACHING PRACTICE

There is no teacher education programme that can be said to be complete without an effective Student Teaching Practice programme. Although, there is a school of thought, which says that “teachers are born, not trained”, the overwhelming view today is that there is a need for professionally trained teachers to teach in our schools. This view was echoed by the former Minister of Education, Professor Aliu Babatunde Fafunwa who expressed his belief that “a good teacher education programme must seek to assist the individual teacher to grow and develop as a person, provide him with the necessary skills
and professional abilities that will help him become an effective teacher”.

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ROLES OF DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDERS IN NOUN’S

A number of individuals or groups of individuals who are stakeholders in the proposed Teaching Practice exercise have different functions to perform. Their various functions are listed below:

NOUN’s MANAGEMENT
NOUN is the initiator of the Teaching Practice. She is therefore responsible for ensuring
the attainment of the standards desired in the exercise. She should see to the following:
The appointment of relevant staff to take charge of the teaching practice. Making of
adequate provision of needed funds, vehicles, equipment and all other facilities that may be needed.
Supporting all activities that are planned to enhance the success of the exercise.

 

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Mechanisms

Electronic analog computers typically have front panels with numerous jacks (single-contact sockets) that permit patch cords (flexible wires with plugs at both ends) to create the interconnections which define the problem setup. In addition, there are precision high-resolution potentio-meters (variable resistors) for setting up (and, when needed, varying) scale factors. In addition, there is likely to be a zero-center analog pointer-type meter for modest-accuracy voltage measurement. Stable, accurate voltage sources provide known magnitudes.

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