Dagogo William Legg-Jack

Dagogo William Legg-Jack is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Walter Sisulu University, Nelson Mandela Drive, Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa. He obtained his PhD in Technology Education, and has served as a teacher in high schools in Nigeria, where he taught Technology-based subject. He has also functioned as a lecturer in the Department of Metal Work Technology, School of Secondary Education (Technical), Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku, Rivers State, Nigeria for several years. In South Africa, he has also served as a lecturer in the Department of Technology Education, at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Dr Legg-Jack’s research project supervision experience spans across different levels of higher education institutions namely, the NigerianCertificate of Education (NCE) in Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku, and Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) of the same institution in affiliation with the University of Nigeria, Nssuka. Moreover, he has participated in seminars and conferences both within and outside South Africa and has published articles in peer-reviewed journals that focus on skills development, poverty reduction as well as wealth creation.

Publications

Influence of Family Environment in Promoting Entrepreneurial Intentions and the Proliferation of Entrepreneurs
Dagogo William Legg-Jack, Clever Ndebele. © 2024. 23 pages.
Research has shown that the family environment is one of the factors that shapes a person's entrepreneurial intentions, thereby leading to the production of entrepreneurs....
Digital Competence of TVET Trainers and Technology Acceptance in the Context of Developing Countries
Dagogo William Legg-Jack, Clever Ndebele. © 2023. 22 pages.
The chapter focuses on the digital competence of TVET trainers and technology acceptance in the context of developing countries. Three objectives were addressed; namely, the...
Entrepreneurship Skills Development in TVET Through Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: Post-COVID-19 Recovery Approach for Developing Economies
Dagogo William Legg-Jack. © 2022. 19 pages.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus, the economies of developing economies, which have already been plagued by youth unemployment and poverty, became more vulnerable as the...
Readiness for the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Experiences of Students in Practical Courses During the COVID-19 Pandemic at a University in South Africa
Dagogo William Legg-Jack. © 2021. 18 pages.
This chapter explored the readiness of a South African university to take part in the fourth industrial revolution by exploring the experiences of students in science and...