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Kiilu, Redempta M.; Mugambi, Lucy – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Although education stakeholders agreed on achieving Education for All by 2015, high wastage rates in developing countries has remained a major concern. In Kenya, data shows that more than one million primary age children are still out school. In many countries, school feeding programmes has been used as one of the interventions to promote…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Wastes, Out of School Youth, Food
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Karipi, Edwig – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Although print-based materials remain the main distance education mode of delivery, the Namibian College of Open Learning (NAMCOL) recognises the use of multimedia as an important tool to enhance access and strengthen operational systems. Multimedia resources such as video, audio, animations and online content are produced as complementary…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Tutors
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Oyugi, Millicent; Gogo, Julius O. – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Studies conducted in USA, Dubai, South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, central region of Kenya and some part of Nyanza region have revealed that principals' leadership styles influence performance in schools. Leadership style was found to contribute 32.8% to the students' performance in Kinangop. However, there was no information about the influence…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Correlation, Leadership Styles, Principals
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Elsiddig, Hind A.; Khider, Elham; Nour, Saada M.; Makhawi, Abdelrafie M.; Mogadam, Mogadam B. E. – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Urinary schistosomiasis is endemic in sub-Saharan Africa, including Sudan, the risk for schistosomiasis is widespread, especially in the major irrigation systems in the Gezira area between the Blue and White Nile Rivers and both "Schistosoma mansoni" and "Schistosoma hematobium" are endemic. A cross sectional descriptive study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Child Health, Diseases, Gender Differences
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Chirume, S.; Thondhlana, S. – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) has come up with the technology platform known as MyVista which can be used to fulfil teaching and learning activities online. However, it appeared that when the MyVista platform became fully operational from 2017, both students and staff members faced a lot of challenges. To investigate these challenges, this study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Open Universities, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Ndegwa, Alicia; Gutiérrez-Colón, Mar – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
Kenya has traditionally adopted a teacher-centred teaching methodology and is now aiming to make improvements by replacing this approach with an education system that is more child focused. The purpose of this study is to examine the Kenyan teaching system. It is an exploratory pilot study, which tries to establish whether governmental directions…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Teaching Methods, Pilot Projects, Student Attitudes
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Tabinas, Camilo Apita – African Educational Research Journal, 2019
This study aimed to make a teaching model out of the instructional flows of the teachers teaching engineering chemistry course. Specifically, the study aimed to identify the teaching styles the teachers used in the actually delivery of the chemistry lessons. Thus, this is a descriptive study on the teaching style employed and learning styles…
Descriptors: Teaching Styles, Chemistry, Science Instruction, Engineering Education
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Sadighi, Shiva; Yamini, Mortaza; Bagheri, Mohammad Sadegh; Yarmohammadi, Lotfollah; Zamanian, Mustafa – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
In this study, we investigated the possible wash-back effect of the university entrance exam as a high-stakes test and the pre-university English textbook. A 16-item teacher's perspective questionnaire was given to 40 female and male teachers teaching at pre-university schools in Education District No. One, Shiraz, Iran. The data obtained were…
Descriptors: Language Teachers, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Kutesa, Disan – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
There is noticeable reversion to traditional approaches in the treatment of physical and psychosocial ailments. In part, this comes because conventional medicines are becoming ineffective and expensive and there is a feeling that traditional approaches are more dependable. Hence this study tried to find out exactly the epistemological validation…
Descriptors: Epistemology, African Culture, Folk Culture, Medicine
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Adedoyin, O. O.; Chisiyanwa, L. A. – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
Giftedness in numeracy skills in young children is a phenomenon that is not always visible and easily identifiable. However, these numeracy skills should be recognised in the early years of pre-school education for adequate enrichment on curriculum and pedagogy in teaching young children. Numeracy skills in young children at pre-schools involves…
Descriptors: Numeracy, Gifted, Preschool Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Kumedzro, Felix Kwame – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
The study aimed at examining special education teachers' perception of job satisfaction and retention in Ghana. Specifically, the study sought to find out if teachers' perception of their job has any impact on their retention in the special schools. The study employed descriptive survey design and utilized quantitative methods in data collection…
Descriptors: Special Needs Students, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Job Satisfaction
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Yedan, Ali; Oumarou, Danni Abdoulaye – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
This paper aims to assess the impact of the parents' education on the progeny schooling using the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data of Niger. It focuses on verifying whether the mothers' education better impacts the children schooling, and therefore measures the intergenerational efficiency of the pro girls schooling policies in the case of…
Descriptors: Females, Access to Education, Educational Attainment, Mothers
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Sheldan, Fayez Kamal; Qwaider, Manal Noman – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
The study aimed to identify the role of the Islamic University in Gaza governorate in achieving social peace for its students and ways of enhancing it. The researchers used the descriptive approach, the analytical method. The study population consisted of all 15792 students. The sample of the study was 392 students. A questionnaire of 25 items was…
Descriptors: Islam, College Role, Peace, College Students
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Kadhim, Rawaa Jawad – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
The study aims to demonstrate the negative treatment of women and the purpose behind this treatment in selected short stories by Katherine Mansfield and Ernest Hemingway. Mansfield depicted her female characters as paralysed, invisible women or victims. She concentrated on representing the systematic and determined victimisation of women in a…
Descriptors: Females, Authors, Literary Genres, Victims
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Mohammed, I.; Amponsah, Ofori – African Educational Research Journal, 2018
The purpose of this study was to investigate the predominant factors contributing to low reading abilities of pupils at Elsie Lund Basic School in the Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. Purposive sampling technique was used to select twelve (12) classroom teachers of the Elsie Lund Basic School. The instrument used to collect data was one-to-one in-depth…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Reading Achievement, Low Achievement, Elementary School Students
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