Assessing Entrepreneurship Education Pedagogies in Three Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria’s South-South Geo-Political Zone

  • Ukoha Akuma Ukoha Department of Industrial Technology Education Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, Nigeria
Keywords: Entrpreneurship Education, Teaching Methods, Assessment Methods, Poverty Reduction.


The study examines teaching and assessment methods used by vocational technical education teachers in teaching and assessing entrepreneurship education learning outcomes in Colleges of Education in the South-South Geo-political Zone of Nigeria. The study used survey research design. A census of entrepreneurship teachers conducted in the three Federal Colleges of Education in the South-South Geo-political zone yielded a population of 30 teachers. Structured questionnaire was the research instrument. Data were analyzed using SPSS. The findings show that teachers routinely use ineffective traditional teaching and assessment methods in entrepreneurship education instruction. Pedagogies that maximize entrepreneurial learning outcomes for achieving the self-employment objective of entrepreneurship education in Colleges of Education were recommended.