Keyword

Management Teaching-Learning, Working Conditions Supervision Vocational Education, Nigeria

Abstract

This paper reviewed the influence of effective management of teaching and learning and working conditions as relating to the quality of vocational education. In Nigeria, working conditions in teaching and learning are variables that can positively and or negatively influence the performance of teachers and students productivity and performances respectively. Variables herein considered are associated with poor quality remunerations, inadequate planning at the national and state government level, insufficient resources for programme implementations. The findings of the work quality of effective management of education have been greatly jeopardized consequent upon poor supervisory personnel, means and methods adopted by the good or agents involved. The paper recommends conducive working environment, sufficient funds and adequate materials should be provided for teaching and learning activities. A well drawn out action Plan and time frame should be clearly stated to assist in assessing the level of implementation of the programme for national development.


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