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Ginsburg, Mark; Haugen, Valerie; Lokong, Francis; Ong'uti, Seth – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
This article examines an initiative by the USAID-funded Room to Learn South Sudan project (2013 to 2016) to encourage and enable community participation in improving education access, quality and safety. Project staff engaged parents and teachers as well as women, youth, and other community members in developing and implementing school improvement…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Educational Improvement, Foreign Countries, Program Implementation
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Kuranchie, Alfred; Addo, Hillar – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
When parents bring forth children, they perceive and act on their upbringing. However, some children live with and are brought up by non-biological parents. The phenomenon of children living with non-biological parents has been a long standing practice in most societies, yet little comparative research interest had been shown to examine the…
Descriptors: Social Capital, Parents, Outcomes of Education, Rural Urban Differences
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Nwokeocha, Steve – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
The paper discusses teacher quality, development and motivation as pillars of teacher professionalization and critical determinants of educational quality. It started with analysis of the concepts and moves on to provide the international contexts and documents that guide the management of teacher quality, development and motivation. It then…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Motivation, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries
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Oyadiran, Phillip; Adeshola, Adekeye J. – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
There have been sterile and robust debates on the issue of national integration as an indelible mark of unity. Democratic consolidation comes to mind when the heterogeneity and differences are seen as factors that cannot hinder our peaceful co-existence in a fair, just and egalitarian society where people's voices and inputs are significant. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Democracy, Democratic Values, World History
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Tladi, Lekopanye; Nleya, Paul – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
This paper sought to investigate the extent to which selected quality factors influence e-Learning implementation, which the current body of knowledge purports to be an alternative way of leveraging the provision of support for effective teaching and learning in the new millennium. The study is a case study of Botswana College of Distance and Open…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning, Technology Integration, Open Education
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Isabu, M. O. – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the causes and management of school related conflict. The review of relevant literature shows that conflict is an essential and unavoidable human phenomenon because where there is human interaction, there is a likelihood of personal likes and dislikes. These agreements and disagreements among individuals and…
Descriptors: Conflict, School Administration, Conflict Resolution, Educational Environment
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Dagnew, Asrat – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
The purpose of this study was to examine determinants of student dropout rate in seven second cycle primary schools situated in Awi Zone. To effectuate this, descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The data were collected via questionnaire and interview from teachers, students who had dropped out of school, school principals…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Dropout Rate, Teacher Attitudes
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Nwokeocha, Steve – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
Assessment of teaching and learning internationally and within Nigeria formed the crux of the paper. The focus is the basic and secondary education levels. The main objective is to demonstrate that assessment of teaching and learning are core to education delivery. The concept of assessment was analyzed. Cases of assessments in Africa were cited…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Assessment, Teacher Evaluation
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Taye, Bekalu Atnafu – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
This study tries to see the relationship among the variables (anxiety, teacher-interaction, self-esteem and values given to language) and it attempts to measure the levels of these variables from different perspectives. The participants of the study were drawn from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at Addis Ababa University.…
Descriptors: Correlation, Anxiety, Teacher Student Relationship, Interaction
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Iwuagwu, Oselumese B.; Aiwuyo, Mary O. – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
This study investigated effects of in-service training on effective classroom control and teachers'- students' relationship in secondary schools in Edo State. A descriptive survey using an ex-post facto research design was adopted. Stratified and simple sampling techniques were utilized to determine the sample size. The respondents were two…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inservice Teacher Education, Secondary School Teachers, Principals
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Ajiboye, Adebisi A. – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
The most important and recent subject that affects and worries mankind is the issue of waste and its management. Waste can be described in a relative or subjective term; relative because it is viewed in different ways by different persons or group of people and subjective because what is waste to some may not necessarily be to others. The aim of…
Descriptors: Females, Knowledge Level, Wastes, Sanitation
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Saula, Shamsideen Ayinla – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
Children constitute a significant proportion of any nation's population and they are the inheritors of the society. In Nigeria, children hold a great thrust for the future. This paper examined various methods by adult educators in curbing violence among children through various adult education programmes such as literacy education, fundamental…
Descriptors: Violence, Foreign Countries, Prevention, Adult Education
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Namwagwe, Justine; Atibuni, Dennis Zami; Sekiwu, Denis – African Educational Research Journal, 2017
The suitability of work environment is an important antecedent of effective performance appraisal management process and job satisfaction among employees within an organization. This study examined the mediation effect of performance appraisal management on the relationship between work environment and job satisfaction among support staff at a…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Job Satisfaction, Foreign Countries, Personnel Evaluation
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Alshwiah, Abeer – African Educational Research Journal, 2016
This article is a reflection on a pilot study representing an important phase of the author's PhD research. The study was carried out to test the suitability of research tools for a project aimed at developing the communicative competence of foreign language learners (FFLs). The main project was designed using an elearning design model known as…
Descriptors: Reflection, Educational Research, Pilot Projects, Second Language Learning
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Owuba, Asiedu Lloyd; Amanyi, Churcher Kwesi – African Educational Research Journal, 2016
The purpose of the study was to determine whether there was any significant difference in speed, accuracy, retention and transferability between the Decomposition (DEC) and the Base-Complement Additions (BCA) algorithms for performing compound subtraction in non-decimal bases. Fifty-nine students with a mean age of approximately 15 years from two…
Descriptors: Subtraction, Addition, Mathematics, Mathematics Instruction
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