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Feb 13, 2019Open    AccessArticle

The Reality of Pioneering Education in the Institutions of Higher Education in Derna City

Tareq A. Awad Salama, Abdulsalam Abaide
This study aimed to identify the reality of pioneering education in the in-stitutions of higher education in the city of Derna from the point of view of faculty members by measuring the quality of educational buildings, meas-uring the quality of the content of the curriculum, measuring the quality of the evaluation system and measuring the extent to which the courses con-tained leadership qualities. The nature o

Jan 31, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Chess and Mathematics Performance of College Players: An Exploratory Analysis

Gener S. Subia, Jeniffer L. Amaranto, Jeff C. Amaranto, Jacinto Y. Bustamante, Irene C. Damaso
The purpose of this study is to explore the performance in Chess and in Mathematics of the college players in Cabanatuan City, Philippines. Specif-ically, it aimed to determine the respondents’ mathematics and chess per-formances, their playing styles and their beliefs regarding chess players and mathematicians. The descriptive correlational research design was utilized in this study and the data gathered by the researc

Jan 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Inventory and Regularity of Scientific Productions of Teachers in Lubumbashi Nursing College (from March 2006 up to April 2018)

Kabongo Mamie Mujinga, Masika Gauthier Messa, Mpulu Angel Mabanga, Kasongo Narcisse Mwinkeu
Introduction: Thanks to the scientific publication information may be essentially known inside the scientific work and those publications are taking the primordial place in researching. It’s thanks to the publication that a performance of a high teaching facility and university is assessed. Objective: This research is aimed to scientific productions work of teachers of Lubumbashi Nursing College from March 2006 up to April 2018. M

Jan 24, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Print or Electronic, Reading Is Indispensable: Case of Ibeku High School Umuahia Abia State

Joy C. Onyenachi, Edward C. Amadi, Ogechi O. Awa
The study examined reading of Print and Electronic information materials among senior secondary school students of Ibeku High School Umuahia Abia State Nigeria. Literature review focused on identification of reading materials in school library of Ibeku High school, the student’s reasons for reading, and challenges that affect student’s reading. The research design used in this study is descriptive survey. The population is 430 whi

Jan 22, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Characteristics, Technology Capabilities, and Experiences of In-Service Teachers on the Use of Online/Blended Learning at a Tertiary Institution in Jamaica

Cynthia Onyefulu, Carmel Roofe
Students’ success in the online environment seems to be inextricably linked to learner characteristics and experiences related to the use of information and communication technologies. An increasing number of in-service teachers are being encouraged to pursue continuing education via the use of these technologies. This study examined learner characteristics, experiences, and technological capacities possessed by 55 in-service teac

Jan 16, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Speech and Communication Disorders: A Case Study as a Teaching Example of Lifelong Training for All

Vasiliki Ioannidi, Elli Samara
Speech and communication disorders are a category of special educational needs and can affect the evolution of the individual. The aim of this report is to present a case study as a teaching example. While studying this case, real or hypothetical examples, which reflect more general situations, are presented in order to analyze and investigate them thoroughly. The purpose of this is to provide alternative solutions to the emerging

Dec 27, 2018Open    AccessArticle

A Study of the Joint Effect of Performance Measurement, Political Stability and Global Competitiveness on Customer Satisfaction

Richard E. Ndubai, Isaac M. Mbeche, Ganesh P. Pokhariyal
The performance of governments in the delivery of services to the pub-lic—which constitutes the customers who are the tax payers, is affected and influenced by a multitude of factors, some controllable and others outside the control of governments. In addition, each of the diverse factors impacts uniquely on performance while others may have only tangential influence. According to Hansen (1989), there are two streams of research r

Dec 27, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Epistemological Dynamics and Incorporation of Appraisal Practices in Kampala Archdiocesan Secondary Schools

Muweesi Charles
Using selected secondary schools in Kampala Archdiocese, the study was intended to establish the appraisal practices used to assess teachers’ per-formance in secondary schools in Kampala Archdiocese, Census and simple random sampling techniques were used to select the 196 respondents from a study sample population of 401 persons. Information was solicited through the use of face-to-face interviews with t

Dec 21, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Views of Parents for Difficulties in the Transition from Kindergarten to Primary School. The Role of Counseling and Future Trends in General and Special Education

Elli Samara, Vasiliki Ioannidi
The importance of collaboration between parents and teachers in the field of education has been recognized internationally with the significance of active parental engagement in school life being highlighted. Especially, a child’s transition from Kindergarten to Primary School can be a life-changing experience not only for the child itself but also for its family. The present research was conducted in May 2018 with the school year

Dec 11, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Assessment Practices of Teachers in Selected Primary and Secondary Schools in Jamaica

Cynthia Onyefulu
The purpose of the study was to determine if there were differences in the perceptions of primary and secondary school teachers’ classroom assess-ment practices in region one in Jamaica. Seven research questions guided the study. An analytic survey research design was used to answer the research questions. A stratified random sampling method was used to select 225 teachers. However, a total of 157 (64 primary & 93 secondary) s