Knowledge transmission constitutes integral aspects of their roles. In order to perform this role effectively, institutions responsible for teacher training have been striving to reposition teacher education for greater results by aligning with global best practices, at the centre of which is instructional technology. However, one thing is to desire the infusion of instructional technology into teacher education, another is to plan how to achieve the best result with it.
Other Ethics and Leadership in Nigerian Universities The findings from the study at the University of Lagos indicate that it is possible even in the midst of the social vices pervading the institution for principled lecturers to positively influence their students in the course of their interaction.
The article argues that this will ultimately have a positive impact on the wider society. It therefore calls for greater emphasis at upholding ethical conduct at all levels of University administration.
Introduction Nigeria is a society bedeviled by all kinds of social vices in spite of the numerous social institutions put in place by the government to check vices and unethical conduct in the society. The country has been undergoing a monumental crisis of state and society beginning from the 1 sass Gabs, A worrisome dimension to this development is the rather silent attitude by many at addressing this problem which portends a grave danger not just to individuals and groups, but also the survival of the Nigerian State.
In this inquiry, the focus is on the possible interplay between ethics and leadership in Nigerian Universities, with particular emphasis on staff-student interaction. The University of Lagos serves as our case study in order for us to concretely situate our analysis.
A key observation made is that within the university system there are different layers of leadership and expected standards of conduct by both members of staff and students.
However, the experience in respect of this has been most unpalatable and tending towards what may be regarded as a total moral crisis in Nigerian Universities.
In the light of the above, there is the need for us to address our minds to certain pertinent questions arising therefore. For instance, What types of behavior do we really expect at the level of staff-student relations? To what extent do the manner of ethical dispositions by academic supervisors influence heir students?
What are those moral and ethical values that we all share which can help build a decent university community and society? And lastly, how can these ethical and moral imperatives be made part and parcel of the goals of the wider society? Indeed, it is unarguable that there is a minimum of ethical and moral standards that is required of a society if it is to survive.
There are laws that guide human relations based on the need to have order, harmony, peace and progress. When these basic laws are neglected, the result is total disruption in the social life of a people Kuaka, 1 Again, it is generally recognized that hose take their initial roots from the family as a colonization unit and additionally from the educational institutions as a formal context for acquiring wider knowledge.
Though, it has been generally acknowledged that we now live in a knowledge society, it is however lamentable that this same society appears to be totally bankrupt of ethical and moral values. For Nigeria, it has been suggested that one of the missing elements in its over forty years of existence is the absence of leaders with the requisite weapons of knowledge and character Any, On the university system in particular, the crisis of values appears to be the cost prominent malaise assaulting the essence of education in the country.
It is believed that the situation has degenerated to a point where virtually every cherished principle and ideal of the university system has been violated or eroded Jump, The point here, is to recognize that the erosion of values in our universities should not be addressed in isolation, but in tandem with the general decline in university development in the country.
Therefore, in examining the issue of ethics and leadership in Nigerian universities, there is the need to factor in the political economy of the environment within which the Universities are expected to operate.
We need to interrogate and understand the social and security environments which have turned the university into what it is currently.– The purpose of this paper is to examine the current gap existing between ethics theorization and enforcement in the Nigerian leadership system.
Highlights of the discussion include: background, teacher education in Nigerian universities, instructional technology in teacher education in Nigerian, leadership and management in instructional technology in teacher education, challenges of leadership and management in instructional technology and strategies for improving leadership and.
MORAL AUTHORITY, LEADERSHIP INTEGRITY AND MANAGEMENT OF CONFLICTS IN THE NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY SYSTEM DR. J. O. FANIRAN Osun State University, Osogbo.
DR. AKINTAYO, D. I. Osun State University, Osogbo. ABSTRACT The paper examined the relevance of moral authority and leadership integrity in the management of conflicts in the Nigerian University system.
challenges of work ethics, values, attitudes and performance in the Nigerian public service.
The major causes of unethical conduct in the public service were identified and the institutional mechanisms established by the government to curb these unethical behaviours were examined. Any attempt to discuss leadership and organizational ethics including other aspects of life should take this scenario into consideration.
There is a need for a broad understanding of the African diverse landscape if the African perspective in leadership and organizational ethics is to be fully addressed and understood. lecturers in four Nigerian universities on whether the teaching of ethics among student accountants can facilitate in instilling ethical behaviour in future accountants.
These opinions were later tested using the Chi.