When, where, how and why does learners’ autonomy increase unemployment among school graduates? A peer tutor’s perspective

Abam Arikpo, Omoogun Ajayi, Orim Richard

Abstract


Ordinarily, peer tutoring, which is the ability of a class or school mate to assess and respond by  explanation and application to the difficulty of another class or school mate or mates over a given subject matter vis –a –vis an implicit job situation could be seen a solution to unemployment. There has also been incidence of unemployment arising from, the explicability and generalizability of the peer-tutors access, equity, improvement in attitude, skill, and knowledge quality, relevance and diversification of delivery methods. The paper is a discussion of resolution and causes of graduate unemployment that could emanate from peer tutoring.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v3i1.3268

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