Dr. Benedict Iorzer Labe
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Benedict Iorzer Labe (2008). Exploring indigenous techniques as a context for basic technology education in Nigeria. NASHERJ, 6( 2), 224 – 232.
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.
Benedict Iorzer Labe (2012). Pre-service teachers’ perceived value of technological activity, NASHER Journal, 10(3), 1 – 8.
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.