Dr. Benedict Iorzer Labe

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Dr. Benedict Iorzer Labe is a technical teacher trainer at the Benue state university, Makurdi. He attended the University of Technology, Yola – Nigeria, where he obtained the Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) in Production Technology/Education (2001), the Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in Industrial Technology/Education (2006), and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Industrial Technology/Education (2013).

Dr. Benedict Iorzer Labe has had a long teaching career which includes 23 years of teaching basic technology at the secondary school level. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Vocational and Technical Education, as well as the Coordinator of the Preliminary vocational and Technical Studies Programme at the Benue State University.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Diraso, D.K & Labe, B.I. (2003) Some dominant views regarding the technical and science education of females in Adamawa State, West African Journal of Educational Research, 6(l), 56-62.
  2. D.K.Diraso & B.I. Labe (March, 2004) Suitability of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam as pattern material for school foundry work, The Nigerian Journal of Education, 1(2), 109-119.
  3. Daniel K. Diraso & Benedict I. Labe (2004). The concept of privatization of vocational technical education in Nigeria: An alternative view. Journal of the League of Researchers in Nigeria, 4(2), 23-29.
  4. Benedict I. Labe & Hime, Elijah Akaakase (October, 2005) Practical barriers to the use of digital information technologies in the Nigerian classroom. Benue State University Journal of Education, 7, 201-207.
  5. Benedict I. Labe & B. M. Ndomi (2008). Introductory technology teachers’ attitude towards indigenous technology and its incorporation into the curriculum, Journal of Research in Curriculum and Teaching, 3(1),191 – 203.
  6. Benedict Iorzer Labe (2008). Exploring indigenous techniques as a context for basic technology education in Nigeria. NASHERJ, 6( 2), 224 – 232.
  7. Benedict I. Labe & Daniel K. Diraso (2009). Exposing the Culprits: A Perspective on Fighting Examinations Malpractice, Benue State University Journal of Education, 9, 219 – 225.
  8. Benedict Iorzer Labe (2012). Pre-service teachers’ perceived value of technological activity, NASHER Journal, 10(3), 1 – 8.
  9. Benedict Iorzer Labe & Eze, Dorothy Nonyelum (2013). Preferred learning styles of junior secondary school students and the implication for teaching basic technology: The case of schools in Makurdi metropolis. Journal of Sustainable Professional Development, 1(3), 26 – 31.