MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
This study used two instruments for data collection: The Intelligence Survey (IS) and Multiple Framed Teaching Strategy Index (MIFTSI). Permission was requested and given to use the two instruments from the developers Luo and Huang. Educators who teach entrepreneurship education courses in one higher institution in the south-south of Nigeria are the primary source of data collection for this study. The study participants were those who volunteered to participate in the survey through their email addresses. The data collection used a Qualtrics questionnaire consisting of the Intelligence Survey and Multiple Framed Teaching Strategy Index, including five demographic questions.
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