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QUINTILIAN’S CONCEPT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION_ ITS APPLICATION TO NURSERY SCHOOLS IN KABBA-BUNU EDUCATION ZONE OF KOGI STATE.

CHAPTER ONE 

INTRODUCTION 

 Background of the study 

 Education constitutes the most fundamental bedrock in the development of any society. It is based on the above statement that Osakwe (2006) defines education as a process of acquiring skills, potentials and abilities which will enable an individual to contribute efficiently to the growth and development of his society. In other words, the researcher believes that education enables individual contribute positively to the growth of the society. From the viewpoint of Abiogu (2013) education is an essential ingredient for development in any nation, especially in the economic, social, political, aesthetic and technological sector of the nation. In line with the above, Ibiam (2013) asserts that education develops the social attitude of youths and make them fit into the life of their society. Similarly, Bamiro (2006) upholds that education is the process of cultural transmission and renewal. In a related view, Abiogu (2012) further affirms that education is a process by which the community seeks to open its life to all the individuals within it and to pass on to them its culture. In support of the above, Azenabor (2005) maintains that education in its broad sense, refers to any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character and physical ability of an individual. The foundation of the educational system is the preschool, upon which other tiers of education are built. Preschool education provides the bedrock for the future education of the child which includes the Crèche, Pre-primary, Day-care, Nursery, Early Child Education and Kindergarten, among others. According to Omozeghian (1995) Pre-primary is education meant for the children between the ages of 3 to 6 years. The (2004) National Policy on Education document defines pre-primary education as learning given in an educational institution to children prior to their entering the primary school. In line with the above, Mezieobi (2006) opines that Early childhood education is a formalized educational process to which children between the ages of 2-5 years are subjected to in designated preschool institutions. In the same vein, Mishra (2008) maintains that Early Childhood Care and Education refers to a wide range of programme all aimed at the overall development of children before they enter primary school. In this context, preschool education is education given to children to prepare them adequately before they enter into the primary school.

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Number of Pages99 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
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