TACKLING THE MENACE OF CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC: EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVE THROUGH SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM

David Babatunde Akınola

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This paper is titled ‘‘tackling the menace of corona virus pandemic: exploring alternative strategy of social responsibility initiative through social studies curriculum’’. The paper x-rayed the concept of Corona Virus Pandemic, Social Responsibility Initiative and Social Studies curriculum. The paper explained the theoretical framework, origin of Corona Virus in global perspectives, index case of Corona Virus in Nigeria and efforts to check the spread of COVID-19 in Nigeria. The article advocated for the ways of tackling the Menace of Corona Virus Pandemic by Exploring Alternative Strategy of Social Responsibility Initiative (ASSRI) through Social Studies Curriculum. The paper recommended among others that everyone must be diligent in performing his/her role in curtailing the spread of COVID- 19 pandemic by saving themselves and others.

 

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Corona Virus Pandemic, social responsibility initiative and social studies curriculum

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