Volume 6




New Cover Page Design with New ISSN



Okey A. Umeakuka, BEd, MEd, PhD; Professor of Human Kinetic Education and Director, CUDIMAC, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Editorial Chairman

Eugene U. Okorie, BSc, MEd, PhD; CUDIMAC / Department of Science Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka


  1. John J. Agah, BSc, MEd, PhD; CUDIMAC / Department of Science Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  2. F. Akubuilo, (Dipl-Ing Arch),MBA, PhD(Business),PhD(Education); CUDIMAC / Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  3. G.T. Onwuka, B.A (Ed), MEd, M.A, PhD; CUDIMAC / Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  4. A. C. Uloh Bethels, B.A (Ed), M.A (Ed), PhD; CUDIMAC / Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  5. E.C. Nwangwu B.Sc, M.Ed, PhD; CUDIMAC / Department of Computer Education,VTE, University of Nigeria,   Nsukka

Editorial Advisers

  1. D.N. Ezeh, BSc, M.Ed, PhD, Professor, Department of Science Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  2. I.C.S. Ifelunni, B. Ed, M.Ed, PhD, Professor, Department of Educational Foundation, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  3. F.A. Okwo. B.Ed, M.Ed. PhD, Professor, Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  4. Sheidu A. Sule, PhD, Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, Akoka
  5. Eno Ukpong, Professor of Educational Foundations, University of Calabar, Calabar
  6. Musa Maisamari, Professor of Counseling and Educational Psychology, University of Abuja, Abuja
  7. Mary Mba, Assitant Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Cottey College, Austin Blvd,Nevada, USA


Curriculum and Media Technology Research – Journal of CUDIMAC (J-CUDIMAC) is a multidisciplinary Journal published in English language and devoted to publication of academic research contributions from scholars in various disciplines geared towards innovations in teaching and learning. Papers for publication in J-CUDIMAC are selected through rigorous peer review to ensure originality, timeliness, relevance and readability. The journal is published quarterly in print and online versions. The Journal accepts articles by e-mail (cudimac.journals@unn.edu.ng).

Notes for Contributors

  1. Any article submitted for assessment for publication should not exceed 12 pages on A4 paper with single line spaced computer typing.
  2. Author(s) name, affiliation and brief profile should be typed on a separate page and attached to the article.
  3. Arrange research papers under the headings: Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements and References.
  4. In the case of theoretical papers, include the heading Description in place of Methods.
  5. The Abstract must be single-spaced and in a block paragraph which must not exceed 250 words.
  6. The American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition referencing format and style is approved for use.
  7. Papers already published elsewhere should not be submitted to J-CUDIMAC for assessment for publication
  8. All articles submitted to J-CUDIMAC are copyrighted to the J-CUDIMAC.
  9. Submit an electronic copy of your article to the following email address: cudimac.journals@unn.edu.ng
  10. For more information, contact the Editor and Chairman on 08055438845.


Assessment of The Efficacy of Practical Activities on the Interest and Achievement of Senior Secondary School Students in Physics  By Ugwuanyi, C.S., Elejere, U.C., Gana, C.S., Josiah, M., Abraham, I., Ugwuanyi, E.C., Ezeugwu, E.E. and Ogili, I.S. downloadpdf
Guided-Discovery, Demonstration Methods and Physics Students’ Acquisitions of Entrepreneurial Skills in Household Electrical Circuit Sketch and Wiring in Akwa Ibom State By Uduak J.U and Onwiodukit, F.A. downloadpdf
Science Process Skills Practised in Palm Wine Tapping By Okereke, I.E downloadpdf
An investigation into the Extent of use of Practical Activities in Teaching Chemistry in Nigerian Schools By  Okorie, E.U. and Ugwuanyi, A.A. downloadpdf 
Influence of English Language Spoken by the Teacher and His Qualification on Students’ Learning of Igbo Language By Onwuka, G.T. and Umo, U.C. downloadpdf
Self-Awareness and Empathy as Life-Skills in the Education of Girls in the South-South States OF Nigeria By Akpan, F.A. and Onwuasonya, P.N downloadpdf
Effect of Mnemonic Instructional Strategy on Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Mathematics By Nwoke Bright Ihechukwu, Ph.D  downloadpdf
Secondary School Students’ Learning Outcomes in English Consonant Clusters: Impact of Pronunciation Drill and School Location By Uloh-Bethels, A.C. and Offorma, G.C.  downloadpdf
Challenges Facing Students in Learning Igbo Poetry in Senior Secondary Schools in Udi Education Zone of Enugu State By Ude, U.F. and Eze, N.J.  downloadpdf
Effect of Examination and Teaching Curriculum-based Scheme of Work On Secondary School Students’ Interest and Achievement in Chemistry By Okorie E.U., Agah J.J., Orakwe C.U., & Oyiga F.K.  downloadpdf
Integrating Environmental and Sustainable Development Themes in Agricultural Extension Programme in Cross River State: Challenges and Enhancement Strategies By David Adie Alawa downloadpdf
Primary Education Funding in Nigeria: Status and Challenges By Prof. A. Umeakuka downloadpdf
Developing a Causal Model for Health Promotion  By Nnenna Eugene-Okorie downloadpdf
Effect of Prior Conception, Exploration, Discussion, Dissatisfaction and Application (PEDDA) Constructivist Model on Students’ Retention in Chemistry By Okotcha, E.N., Okorie, E.U., Obielumani, J.O. and Eze, P. downloadpdf