Volume 9



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

Editorial Chairman

Dr. Emmanuel C. Nwangwu (Department of Computer and Robotics Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. email: emmanuel.nwangwu@unn.edu.ng)


  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. Dr. Eugene U. Okorie (J-CUDIMAC Publication Committee, CUDIMAC, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. email: eugene.okorie@unn.edu.ng). [Senior Citizen].

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.

Journal Volume 

Download J-CUDIMAC Volume 9, No. 1., July, 2021 downloadpdf


  1. Information and Communication Technology Competency Needs Required for Implementing Personalized Action Learning Instruction By Igwe, Ndukwe and Anene, Kosisochukwu Lovelyn downloadpdf

  2. Relationship between Class Size and Students` Academic Performance in English Language By Muhammad Ali Mustapha, Mohammed Kachallah and Fatihi Ahmad Abulfathi downloadpdf

  3. Use of Audiovisual Materials to Improve Students` Grammatical Skills By Iya Aliyu Gana, Muhammad Ali Mustapha and Mohammed Waziri Bularafa downloadpdf

  4. Availability and Utilization of Blended Learning Model Technologies of Teaching in Business Education in Colleges of Kano and Jigawa, Nigeria By Ado A. and Amoor, S.S. downloadpdf

  5. Vocational and Technical Education Programmes in Nigerian Schools: Challenges in the Implementation By Nnaemeka Chidozie Ubani, Attah Magnus Ndubuisi and Sussan Nkechi Ubani downloadpdf

  6. Effects OF WebQuest Online Learning Strategies on the Narrative Essay Performance of Senior Secondary Students By Lawal Hamisu, Farida Sanusi Mafindi and Lawal Shehu downloadpdf

  7. Multimedia Instructional Approach and Gender Equity in Mathematics Achievement Among Secondary School Students By Nwoke, Bright lhechukwu Ph.D, and Ajuzie, Ndubuisi Ebeniza downloadpdf

  8. Effect of Mastery Learning Strategy on Academic Achievement and Interest of Metalwork Technology Students in Universities in South East Nigeria By Ogbonna George N. ( Ph.D ) and Ismaila Suleiman downloadpdf

  9. Environmental Oriented Factors Militating Academic Performance of Business Education Students in Tertiary Institutions in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria By Ubani, N.C., Okoro, T.C. and Ogwo, P.U. downloadpdf

  10. Attitude of the Society Towards the Mainstreaming of Vocational Education for Persons with Disabilities in Owerri Municipal Council of Imo State By Okoro, U.N., Ihenacho, U.O. and Ibeabuchi, G.I. downloadpdf

  11. Split-Air Conditioner Maintenance Competencies Required for Effective Training of Secondary School Leavers at Skill Acquisition Centers in Enugu State By Jimoh Bakare, Ph.D and Ojobor Hyginus downloadpdf

  12. Design and Implementation of Moodlecloud-Based Platform for Teaching and Learning Building Technology Course in Abia State College of Education (Technical), Arochukwu By Ogba, T.C. and Nwangwu, E.C. downloadpdf

  13. Democracy and Monetization of Politics in Nigeria: Lessons from Edo State Poll 2020 By Onah, Francisca N., Osadebe. Nnabuike O., Ugwuibe Christopher O., and Udenze Chukwudike downloadpdf