Adult Learners Perception of the University of Lagos Literacy Programme for Excellence in Adult Teaching and Learning
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Department of Adult Education, University of Benin
This study was conceived to analyse participants’ perception to the literacy programme of the University of Lagos Adult Literacy centre for excellence in teaching and learning. In carrying out the study the case study survey research design was adopted. Questionnaire was constructed and administered to 50 participants in the programme, after the face validity was established using experts. Data collected were analysed using simple descriptive statistics like frequency counts and percentages. The findings of the study include the following amongst others that the programme was a significant tool that provide them (i.e adult learners) education and life skills. The findings also revealed that the learners secured privacy in life, improved family conditions and developed growing interest in desire for further education. Also, it was revealed that the programme is of immense benefit to the learners owning to the fact that improved self-confidence, improved calculation skills and improved business skills were achieved.
Adult learners’ Perception , Adult Teaching and Learning , Literacy Programme , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Education
Anyikwa, E.B., (2015). Adult Learners Perception of the University of Lagos Literacy Programme for Excellence in Adult Teaching and Learning. Community and Adult Education Research Society in Nigeria. Journal of Research and Development. (CJRD), Vol.7(1&2), p 9-25.