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Swai, Saukwaeli E. – African Educational Research Journal, 2015
The emergence of the knowledge society age calls for innovative forms of teachers' professional development for improving student performance outcomes. Teachers' networks are the innovative forms of teachers' professional development. This survey study focused on assessing the effect of teacher networks on teachers' professional development and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Faculty Development, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary School Students
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Bikongoro, Peragia F. – African Educational Research Journal, 2015
This paper argues that effective education in a knowledge society cannot be realized unless the issue of the policy of the language of instruction and assessment is resolved. This study discusses the relevance of the language policy currently in use for instruction and assessment of Ordinary Secondary Education in Tanzania. It also presents the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language of Instruction, African Languages, English
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Mahende, Gissa A.; Mabula, Nkuba – African Educational Research Journal, 2014
Teaching practice is the central activity in testing teaching skills gathered in classroom learning and in preparing professional teachers in any country. The current study investigated student teachers perception and experience on the teaching practice supervisor's treatment, student supervisor pre or post classroom discussion and teaching…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Experiential Learning, Student Teaching, Student Teacher Attitudes
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Komba, Willy L. M. – African Educational Research Journal, 2013
We intend to debunk the myth that religion is a key factor in the weakening of national consciousness and cohesion in Tanzania by investigating the evidence behind media coverage that portrayed the phenomenon as being caused by religious conflicts in the country. The conclusion of the survey is that Tanzania citizens, irrespective of religious…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Nationalism, Religious Factors, Group Unity