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The Prospects and Challenges of incorporating Earth Construction Techniques ( ECT ) in the Nigerian Educational Curriculum

@inproceedings{Bobbo2015ThePA,
  title={The Prospects and Challenges of incorporating Earth Construction Techniques ( ECT ) in the Nigerian Educational Curriculum},
  author={Hadiza Bobbo and Aisha Mohammad Ali},
  year={2015}
}
This paper is aimed at examining the prospects and challenges of incorporating Earth Construction Techniques (ECT) in the architectural curriculum of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It presents significant findings on the role of sustainable practices, architectural design and green materials utilization as key factor in the training and educational development of the future generation of Nigerian architects. Furthermore, the Bloom Taxonomy (BTX) was employed to evaluate the challenges and… 

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