Skill Development in Science and Technology Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

M. N. Modebelu, S. A. Ugwuanyi


This paper reviews skill development in science and technology education, which is of crucial importance for sustainable development in Nigeria. The relevant concepts are introduced and robust argumentation is made with respect to the context of Nigeria.

Keywords: skill development, education, Nigeria 

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