Introduction

The Post-Graduate Diploma in Education is a one-year professional course offered to those graduates who intend to teach but have not undergone any professional training.  A Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) is awarded to candidates who satisfactorily complete the one-year course in the Faculty of Education and pass the stipulated university examinations at the end of the study period.


Purpose of the Course

To develop knowledge and understanding of Agriculture education in theory and practice. The teacher of agriculture must be able to use strategies, methods and techniques that will meet the set objectives. In order to achieve this, the teacher must be professionally qualified in order to select appropriate methods for different topics and students at different levels. The teacher of agriculture must therefore be an agriculturalist and then an educator.


Purpose of the Course

This course is intended to help the student to be able to prepare a research proposal, conduct and submit a comprehensive research project report in their area of specialization.



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Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to General Methods of Teaching as a systematic way of planning, developing and conducting teaching in a classroom as a controlled environment, to acquaint students with various strategies, approaches/techniques and practices of teaching and learning. This course will help students clarify current and emerging trends that are involved in teaching as a technical and professional activity, as well as ICT facilitated and OER use in teaching in a global and African context


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Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to equip prospective teachers with various types of resources to enhance the teaching and learning environment, they will be exposed to aids such as computers, overhead projectors, non-projected media and other audio-visual equipment. This course will also equip them with skills to create and use their own teaching resources.
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