Modeling Students' Learning Behaviour in a Nigerian University
This study considered a behavioural model, simulating three major kinds of students with their diverse experiences- a student forced by parents or guardians to pursue a particular course or go to a particular university; a student that was influenced by peers to study a particular course or go to a particular university and a student who intrinsically decides to study a course or go to a...
Published at Oni, A (2013) Challenges and Prospects in African Education Systems. Indiana: Trafford Publishing.
Published in 2013
Ola-David, Oluyomi A; Efobi, Uchenna R.
Ola-David Oluyomi » Oluyomi Ola-David is a development economist with broad interests in the empirics of international investment, employment dynamics and industrial policy in Africa. She currently holds a teaching position in the Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University-Nigeria. She actively participates in collaborative research projects that focus on African development issues. She... view full profile
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