NIGERIA AT THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL, 1994 – 1995

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By Dr. Marie Carolyn E. Anyanechi.
Arguing for the use of the cultural knowledge and memory of students as a springboard for the teaching of science, Anyanechi introduces the concept of constructivism in teaching. Her particular interest in this book is in utilizing familiar symbols and phenomena in the environment of the African (Black) student for the effective teaching and illustration of science. The author reviews related literature in the field, and provides examples of techniques in constructivism.

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By Dr. Marie Carolyn E. Anyanechi.
Arguing for the use of the cultural knowledge and memory of students as a springboard for the teaching of science, Anyanechi introduces the concept of constructivism in teaching. Her particular interest in this book is in utilizing familiar symbols and phenomena in the environment of the African (Black) student for the effective teaching and illustration of science. The author reviews related literature in the field, and provides examples of techniques in constructivism.

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