Using School Societies As Means of Vocational Development
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Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre, Magodo.
There are diverse societies and clubs in schools and these societies and clubs are meant to educate, stimulate creativity and help students to develop and explore their gifts and talents. By extension, they afford them the opportunity to discover their passion and pursue their potential interests. It is mandatory for each student to be a member of a club/society and every student is expected to participate actively. This is because school societies/clubs help students to develop their social skills. They fine-tune their interactions with their peers and with their Teachers. They have the opportunity to connect with other students who share similar interests. These interactions may form the basis for enduring friendships and enhance their vocational development.
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Olusakin, A. M (1996). Using School Societies As Means of Vocational Development. A paper presented at the conference organized by Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre, Magodo. 5th-9th August.