Saturday, 29 June 2013


Bundle PlanPrice (N)Total Data AllowanceValidity PeriodActivation Code (Text to 131)Activation Code USSD
10MB10010MB24 Hrs104*104#
25MB15025MB24 Hrs112*112#
50MB20050MB24 Hrs113*113#
25MB40025MB7 Days105*105#
100MB1000260MB30 Days106*106#
250MB 1300325MB30 Days109*109#
500MB2000750MB30 Days110*110#
1GB35001.5GB30 Days111*111#
3GB65004.5GB30 Days129*129#
5GB 80007.5GB30 Days101*101#

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MTN Mobile Internet

MTN Mobile Internet Plans
Get more value on your Mobile Internet plans with the new Data Rollover & Auto-renewal feature
Data Rollover: Now you can rollover your unused internet data to the next month subscription. All you have to do is ensure that you auto-renew your data subscription before it expires and your unused data is automatically moved to the next month.
Note that data rollover feature is only applicable to monthly plans.

MTN Data Gifting: Data Gifting service allows you to send a data bundle to your friends and loved ones, by simply paying for the data bundle on behalf of the person.
Data Gifting can also be used to send data to your other smartphones, modems and iPad.
How to send Data as a Gift Plan:
Option 1 (SMS):
  • 1. Register for the Data Gifting service by sending keyword REG to 131; you will receive a unique authentication PIN
  • 2. Text key word "GIFT [MSISDN][Data Bundle Code][PIN] to 131. E.g Gift 0803xxxxxxxx 106 0000.
    Where 106 is the code of 100MB monthly plan and 0000 is your PIN"
Option 2 (USSD):
  • Dial *131# and follow the menu


I'm pleased to bring to you this latest Airtel free browsing. I hope you enjoyed the former i.e the 19G free browsing that was recently blocked. For those that have not exhausted their, how is the parole? i hope u are having fun. in case u missed the that, dont worry, we have found another way for u to take ur turn. Simply Follow this Step and activate this new free MB

Step 1. Recharge 100N Airtel Airtime

Step 2. Send BBUD TO 440

Step 3. Wait until you get some Welcome SMS

Step 4. Send Deactivativate to 440 and then

Step 5. Send STOPAUTORENEW to 440


Dial *141*712*0# or *123*10# to check Your MB balance

Enjoy you 80MB on any device of your choice using default Airtel Internet Configuration

For that whats MTN, it is still rocking. Grab yours now
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Airtel Internet Setting For All Device. (Iphone, Ipad and Many more)

airtel Internet settings

To have access to the internet on your mobile phones and tablets or other data enabled devices, you will have to ensure yourAPNsettings are configured correctly on the Airtel 3.75G network.
APN simply meansAccess Point Name.This is a requirement on the network for all data users. It is your gateway to accessing the web on the Airtel Network. Our APN your phone/device has no APN settings or incorrect APN settings, you would be unableto access the web.
Typically, once you insert the Airtel SIM, the settings are automatically configured. However, a need to configure manually might occur. This varies from device to device.

For iPhones/Ipads

iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini

Go toSettings>Cellular data>APN settings>APN>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

iPhones 3G and 4

Go toSettings>General>Network>Mobile Data Network>APN>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

iPhone 4S and iPhone 5

Go toSettings>General>Cellular>Cellular Data Network>APN>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

For Android Phones and Tablets

Go toSettings>More Settings>MobileNetwork>Access Point Names>Click onMenu options> New APN> Name>type inaccess.Click onAPN>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

Click onAuthentication type>type inPAP


For Nokia devices


Windows OS e.g. Lumia Series

Go toSettings>MobileNetworks>Edit APN>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

Symbian OS e.g. Nokia N8

Go toSettings>Connectivity>AdminSettings>Mobile Data>Access Point name>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

Symbian OS e.g. Nokia C5

Go tosettings>settings>Connection>Packet Data>Access Point>typein the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

For Blackberry Phones


OS 7 e.g. Bold 5

Go toOptions>Device and Status information>Advanced System settings>TCP/IP> Click onAPN settings enabled>type in the following details:
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

OS 5 e.g. Bold 2

  Go toOptions>Advanced Options>TCP/IP> Click onAPN settings enabled> Click onAPN>type in the following details: 
  • Username:Please leave blank
  • Password:Please leave blank
  • Access Point Name (APN)
  • Home

You can also get the settings by sending ‘S’ to 232.
For further assistanceand inquiries on how to get APN settings on your phones/devices and how to browse the internet in general, get in touch with us through the following avenues;
phone: 07034538881

Airtel Latest Activation Code For internet Services (2013)

General Data Activation Codes

the following shows the list of Airtel data plans and the  varying ways to activate
PlanData Allowance (NORMAL)Data Allowance (CURRENT)Retail Price (N)(Data RCV, EPIN & ERC) DenominationValidity periodUSSD Activation CodeSMS Activation CodeMAMO Activation CodePrepaidPostpaid
Trial1MB1MB0-1 day*141*13*1#Trial-x
Entry4MB6MB50-1 day*141*11*9#Entry14191x
Daily10MB15MB100991 day*141*11*1#Daily14154x
3-day25MB40MB200-3 days*141*11*8#Three14192x
Weekly50MB70MB300-7 days*141*11*2#Weekly14193x
Easy80 MB120MB50049914 days*141*11*3#Easy14151x
Top-Up100 MB100 MB600------
786 plan125 MB125 MB786-30 days*141*11*786#78614194x
Lite200MB260MB1,00099930 days*141*11*4#Lite14150x
Midi250 MB325MB1,300-30 days*141*11*5#Midi14153x
Smartphone1500MB650MB2,0001,99930 days*141*11*6#Smart114152
Smart phone 21GB1.3GB3,0002,99930 days*141*11*7#Smart214156
Plus3GB3.9GB5,0004,99930 days*141*12*1#plus14155
Max5GB6.6GB8,000-30 days*141*12*2#max14196
Premium10GB13.3GB15,000-30 days*141*12*3#premium14197
Prime15GB19.9GB22,000-30 days*141*12*7#prime-x
Day150MB150MB500-24 hours*141*12*5#day14195x
Night Time (Off  Peak)3GB3.9GB2,500-30 days*141*12*4#night-x
Weekend3GB3.9GB3,000-30 days*141*12*6#weekend-x
To Check Data Usage- - -*141*11*0#status 
  1. 30% BONUS (EXTRA) on plans highlighted in yellow- Lite, Midi,  Smartphone1, Smartphone2, Plus, Max, Premium & Prime- customers who take  up these plans also get to call at 18 kobo per second
  2. Up to 60% bonus for plans highlighted in red- Entry, Daily, 3-day,  Weekly & Easy
  3. Up to 50% BONUS on data bundles is available if you recharge with  a Data Recharge Card, EPIN or ERC- visit an Airtel shop near you or the  nearest retailer.. Offer applicable till stocks last.
  4. To subscribe for a data bundle plan via USSD, dial the  associated string e.g. *141*11*4# to activate the Lite plan
  5. To subscribe for a data bundle plan vis SMS, send the associated  SMS keyword to 141 e.g. lite to 141
  6. To subscribe for a data bundle plan via MAMO, dial the  associated string e.g. 14150 to activate
  7. Postpaid plans can be activated by contacting an Airtel staff  (called a KAM) or by walking into any Airtel retail shop for directions on the  associated modalities
For more Inquiry call 07034538881 and we will guide u. 

Wednesday, 26 June 2013


What is MTN Data Share

MTN Data share Is one of the features recently Lunched by MTN that enables Subscribers to share His/Her internet subscriptions with friends and family on the same MTN Network no matter their location nor  the package in which there are.
To get started, simply:
  • Activate an applicable data plan from the table below.
  • Dial *131*2*1# or text REG to 131; to register for MTN Data Share, you will receive a unique security PIN
  • You are required to change the system generated PIN to a new PIN they can easily remember by dialling*131*2*5# or by texting Change OLD_PIN NEW_PIN NEW_PIN to 131. E.g Change 0000 1234 to 131. Where 0000 is old PIN and 1234 is your new PIN.
  • After changing the PIN, you are required to add beneficiaries to your MTN shared Data Bundle account via USSD menu *131*2*3# or by texting Add <MSISDN> <PIN> to 131. You can add up to 5 beneficiaries.
  • Once you have added beneficiaries, you (the sponsor) will be able to share your available data bundle among the added beneficiaries by sending the keyword Share <PIN> to 131 or simply dial USSD code *131*2*4#.
Applicable Data Plan
Data Delight Bonus
Total  Bundle (Data Plan + Data Delight Bonus)
Bundle Price (=N=)
Data Plan Validity
Bundle Purchase Code (Dial)
 30 Days


What is MTN Collect call?

 This the new package from  MTN Popularly known as " receiver's pay by other network." You Can see that there is a great competition in the Telecommunication Industry. With this feature, your Receiver i.e the person you are calling will have to pay for your call if he accepts the request. So with a Zero Account, you can still initiate a call to your partner in case you are stranded anytime.

How Does It Work

First, initiate a Collect call to your sponsor by dialling *121*your sponsor¿s number#.
Example: *121*08030000000#.
  • The system will then check the following before placing the call:
  • If you are in the allowed tariff plan
  • If your sponsor is in the allowed tariff plan
  • If your sponsor is available on the network
  • If your sponsor has the minimum airtime required to sponsor the call
  • While the system is checking all the conditions in 2 above, you will hear the announcement:
  • "Call in progress. Please wait while your call is being connected."
  • When the system has confirmed that all the conditions in 2 above are OK, it will set up the call to your sponsor and s/he will also hear the announcement.
  • "Welcome to MTN Collect call service. Press 1 to accept, 2 to reject, 3 to accept and add to white list,
    4 to reject and add to black list.
  • Your sponsor will be required to press either:
    • 1 to accept the call
    • 2 to reject the call
    • 3 to accept the call and add your number to the white list
    • 4 to reject the call and add to the black list
  • If your sponsor presses 1, the call will be connected and your sponsor will be charged for the call according to her/his MTN2MTN tariff plan rate.
  • If your sponsor presses 2, the call will be rejected and you will receive the notification message:
  • "Sorry, the call cannot be connected at the moment. Please try again later. Thank you!"
  • If your sponsor presses 3, the call will be connected and your number will be added to your sponsor¿s white list at the end of the call.
  • If your sponsor presses 4, the call will be rejected and your number added to your sponsor¿s black list.
Benefits of MTN Collect call
You will enjoy the following benefits when you opt into the MTN Collect call service
  • You will not be charged a subscription fee or connection fee to use the service.
  • You will always be able to stay in touch with your family and friends even when you do not have credit.

1. Download Universal Master Code Calculator so that we get the FLASH CODE from here

**To get new algorithm codes HERE  or here OR here

2. After downloading it Put the IMEI and get the FLASH code that we are going to use them as a PASSWORD.

3. Download HUAWEI E303 firmware update from here
 **Download the Full version from here

4. Unzip the file and make sure the modem is connected and it has been installed with the SIM card inside it.

5. Quit the dashboard if its open and run the update, wait and when it ask you for the PASSWORD input the FLASH CODE you got from Universal Mastercode Calculator.. Wait for about 3 min and your modem will be unlocked PERMANENTLY.

Still not prompt for unlock code?
Download this dashboard (HERE) work for sure...

Monday, 24 June 2013

Media Technology Resources for Effective Teaching and Learning

To achieve the above initiatives and need of Media Technology in teaching and learning, the following are the Media Technology resources available to teachers and students to effect the integration of Media Technology into the teaching and learning process (Adegbamigbe, Kayode-Ishola and Lesi, 2009:86):

Importance of Media Technology

Media Technology is an essential component of school, intellectual diffusion and research programmes assessment. Nkanu and Usang (2007) remarked that these trends make it possible for teachers to break away from professional isolation with Media Technology, they can easily connect with other teachers outside their immediate environment with sources of teaching materials.

Meaning of Media Technology

Media Technology is a term used to describe technologies which receive, record, process, transmits and retrieves information (Ebisine, 2011). According to him, Media technology is the combination of networks, hardware and software; as well as the means of communication, collaboration and engagement that enable the processing, management and exchange of data, information and knowledge.


Media technology is becoming indispensable because it has revolutionized managerial activities by providing accurate and timely information for managerial planning, decision making and control (Stoner, Freeman and Gilbert, 1996). Access to Media technology facilities will enhance planning, organization of information, monitoring, and improvement of communication.


Chapter One


Background of the Study

        Education brings about a change in information, knowledge, undertakings or skills and attitude in an individual. This change is to enable an individual to solver personal and community problems. Thus, education provide for the good and sustenance of the individual and society in general. Schools exist in a technological environment undergoing tremendous changes as a result of advances in media such as Media Technology which has transformed all spheres of human activities.




The study was designed to determine the constraints to use of Media Technology by principals of public secondary schools in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State. To direct the study, four research questions were stated. The study adopted the survey research design and the population of the study comprised all the principals in government owned secondary schools in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State. Sampling was not required as all the principals were used in the study. Data for the study were collected using researcher’s developed questionnaire. In analyzing the data collected, the researcher used mean and standard deviation to answer the research questions.

Sunday, 23 June 2013


Super Eagles coach,Stephen Keshi believes that Nigeria is making steady progress in rebuilding the national team,adding that the team will soon catch up with the rest of the world.
The Super Eagles on Wednesday lost 2-1 to Uruguay at the ongoing FIFA Confederations Cup,but there is an aura of satisfaction,despite the defeat owing to the impressive display by the team.
Nigeria had the opportunities to take the game away from Uruguay,but weren’t lethal enough to land the killer punch,as the South American country took all three points.
“We gave the game our all but you know Uruguay has been together for eight years and we are just rebuilding, sooner than later we will catch up with the rest of the best teams in the world,” Keshi said after the game.
However Super Eagles captain,Vincent Enyeama blamed fatigue for the team’s loss on Thursday,adding that they have to do something special to defeat Spain on Sunday.
“It’s so painful that we played this well and were still on the losing side. I would been a happier person if we played badly and won the game”.

Strategies to Improve CommunicationStrategies to Improve Communication

Effective communication is of the essence and it saves time as well as help in increasing understanding in an organization. Ogunsaju (1983) averred that for effective communication to take place it is of necessary that there must be understanding in the use of language among the sender and the receiver, as misunderstanding of words, language and signs used by either parties is bound to cause confusion and mistrust. 

Barriers to Effective Communication

Barriers to effective communication can be seen as those factors which militate against the effective communication in any organization. These barriers can exist in any process of communication such as in the sending of the message, transmitting of the message or in receiving of the message. The success of any communication process is retarded if it is faced with the barriers.

Importance of Communication

The importance of communication in any organization or establishment cannot be overemphasized, as it leads to realization of organizational set goals, enhances productivity, reduce conflict as well as increase staff involvement in the organizational activities.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Types of Communication

According to Kolawole and Akinyele (2002) there are majorly two types of communication and they are the oral and written communication. Oral communication otherwise called verbal communication is a type of communication where words are used in facilitating the communication process. It is the commonly used type of communication and its importance cannot be overemphasized. In this regard, Ekpenyong (1998) suggested that some of the advantages of oral communication include:
i.    Provision of quick interchange of ideas with immediate feedback.
ii.  Very cheap; as with short distance telephone calls.

Concept of Communication

Communication is defined as the process by which information is used between individuals and or organizations by means of previously agreed symbols (Little, 1981). It is the exchange of meaning between individuals through a common system of symbols. Communication can therefore be said to be the transfer of information from a sender to a receiver with the intent of the information to be understood by the receiver (Koontz et al, 1984). Kolawole and Akinyele (2002) remarked that communication involves all the methods, means and media of communication; all the channels networks, and systems of communication; and all person-to-person exchange. It is therefore not excluded to all aspects of information flow (vertical, horizontal, diagonal or semi-vertical) and various communication skills. According to Unuigbe (2002) communication is a process which includes all arts of transmitting message to channels which link people, to the language and symbol codes which are used to transmit message, the means by which messages are received and stored, the rules, customs, conventions which define and regulate human relationship and event.



Background of the Study

        Head teachers, their assistants and sectional heads as administrators of primary schools are often expected to communicate with one another in a way that would ensure optimal service delivery towards achieving the objectives of the school. The head teacher as the head of the school is in charge of all the administrative and instructional programmes of the school. To ensure that head teachers effectively cope with the demands of their jobs, assistants are appointed to assist them. The assistants are charged with instructional supervision, pupil admissions and transfers, time table scheduling, and teacher welfare. As they perform these roles, they report to the head teachers who also assign other duties and responsibilities to them (Owie, 2004). Other duties of the assistants are contained in policy statements issued from time to time by the State Primary Education Board. Most of these policy statements are sent to head teachers for dissemination to their assistants. What this implies is that many of the functions of the assistants are dependent upon the directives of the head teachers who are expected to communicate these functions to them.
        The head teachers also appoint sectional heads from among the teachers to help co-ordinate the activities of the schools. They supervise their sections, monitor teacher and student discipline, and ensure that classroom time is productively used (Nwankwo, 2004). In line with these descriptions, Obinna (2004) stated that head teacher usually delegate some administrative functions to the assistants and sectional heads. All these activities require adequate communication. Therefore, when communication gap exists among the administrators, effective administration of schools is compromised. Unfortunately, communication gap among head teachers, assistants and sectional heads are not rare. In some cases, assistants often petition against the activities of head teachers thereby thwarting the implementation of primary education goals (Nwankwo, 2004). Studies such as Idama (1998), and Akinjide (1990) found that communication between head teachers, their assistants and sectional heads in many schools are filtered through rumors and counter rumors because of the existence of communication gaps. In another dimension, Okezue (2001) observed that primary schools administration is marred by unhealthy rivalry among school administrators. Where communication gap exists, the resulting tension may affect primary school administration adversely and as well impede the easy attainment of the educational goals. It is therefore important that some strategies should be adopted to manage communication gaps. Owie (2004) defined strategies as measures, mechanisms, or ways of solving problems. A strategy is an idea for solving a problem. It is against this backdrop that this study was aimed at an empirical investigation of management of communication gaps among primary school administrators.

Statement of the Problem

        Communication is very vital in every organization if the set goals are to be reached, and the educational system is not left out. There is need for effective communication between head teachers, their assistants and sectional head of the school system as this will help in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the administrative system, thus improving the quality and standard of the learners. This is a result of the fact that when there is effective communication in the system, it leads to effective coordination of the activities that are being carried out.
        Over the years, there has been reports of disputes between head teachers, their assistants and sectional heads where they often petition one another in the course of their working together, in cases of this nature it has been discovered that all these confrontations are as a result of what they heard one person or the other saying at one time or another and without confirming from the main source they get upset and this causes so much problem in the administrative system. All these come to play because there is a very big communication gap between these school administrators (head teachers, assistants and sectional heads) as there is no proper channel or flow of communication. The study therefore intends to find answers to how communication gap can be managed in order to ensure optimal service delivery.



The study identified communication gap problems among primary school administrators and the strategies for their management in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State. Based on the three research questions, the researcher used simple random sampling technique to select 100 respondents for the study. A questionnaire was used to collect data. Data collected were analyzed using mean to answer the research questions. The findings from the study revealed that out of 10 items investigated, eight cause communication gaps among school administrators. Some strategies were identified that could be adopted to control communication gaps among primary school administrators. It was recommended among other things that the school administrators should avoid communication gaps and use adequate communication process to make known the school procedures, policies and practices to the staff and pupils in order to avoid rumour and counter-rumour, which may be destructive and injurious to the school administration.

Mathematics Curriculum

Teaching and learning of mathematics had been a subject of prime importance from earliest civilization to the modern times and it is a world-wide phenomenon as far back as 1890. According to Fakuade (1977) there had been great deal of concern regarding the way mathematics was taught to children throughout the civilized world. In England, Dr. J.J. Sylvester, one of the greatest mathematicians of his time, was very bitter about the way Euclidean Geometry was taught and would want to see geometry scrapped from mathematics curriculum so also was Mr. John Perry’s concern over the way applied mathematics was taught in close relationship to physics and recommended that more concrete examples should be used in teaching mathematics so that children can discover many facts through experimentation rather than through deduction and that more emphasis should be given to graphic methods.
        Similarly, in United States, France and Germany, Messrs F.H. Moore, J. Tannery and Felix Klein expressed the same point of view. In 1908, at the fourth International Congress of Mathematicians that sat in Rome, an International Commission on the teaching of Mathematics was appointed. This commission in particular, recommended better preparation of mathematics teachers, what mathematicians should be taught and in what way it should be taught. From 1955 upwards, the reform in science curriculum had spread to mathematics consequently, there was the School Mathematics Study Group (S.M.S.G.) base in Yale University, United States of America and other projects while in United Kingdom, the two best known were the School Mathematics Project (S.M.P.) and the Midland Mathematics Experiment (M.M.E.). By 1960, there was the development of modern mathematics – an attempt to modernize the context and teaching of mathematics.
        The subject mathematics is as old as man, it has argued that mankind, and even in most primitive times has some Intelligent Quotient (IQ) to the extent of recognizing when some objects are added or subtracted from small group. Before the introduction of western education in Nigeria, different tribes and ethnic groups had their unique system of counting and different ways of applying mathematical concepts. The child is taught counting by the use of songs folklores, games rhymes and the use of concrete objects, arm, finger, stones, stick, foot, pots, cups, basins etc. were used for measurement so that quantities were effectively compared without raucous (Obodo, 1997). Houses were constructed in various shapes, circulars, rectangular, square, triangular etc. bearing in mind the properties of these geometrical shapes.
        The teaching of mathematics in public schools, started about the middle of the 19th century (Badmus, 1997). Except in the first few years of introduction, students’ performance in mathematics has not been encouraging. In order to improve students’ performance in mathematics there has been innovations in mathematics curriculum, production of mathematics textbooks and other mathematical instructions materials. The Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN) has worked relentlessly to combat poor achievement in mathematics. Some of the contributions of MAN can be seen in the production of mathematical instructional materials, giving scholarship and award to students who have distinguished themselves in mathematics, organizing conferences and workshops for mathematics teachers in practice. The theme for the 1989 Annual National Conference of MAN was “War against Poor Achievement in Mathematics”.


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