`Educational Publishers since 1933

 

There  shall  be  TWELVE  issues,  FOUR volumes  per  year FROM 2015


 

Volume 16 (No. 1- January- PUBLISHED) Year 2017,           

Volume 16 (No. 2- February- PUBLISHED) Year 2017 &

Volume 16 (No. 3- March- PUBLISHED) Year 2017


 

Volume 17 (No. 1- April- PUBLISHED) Year 2017,

Volume 17 (No. 2- May- PUBLISHED) Year 2017 &

Volume 17 (No. 3- June- PUBLISHED) Year 2017


 

Volume 18 (No. 1- July- PUBLISHED) Year 2017,

Volume 18 (No. 2- August- PUBLISHED) Year 2017 &

Volume 18 (No. 3- September- PUBLISHED) Year 2017


 

Volume 19 (No. 1- October-PUBLISHED) Year 2017, 

Volume 19 (No. 2- November-) Year 2017 &

Volume 19 (No. 3- December-) Year 2017

 


 

SCHEDULE ABOUT SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION OF A PAPER


 

Please check complete details of all the journals that are available online at www.krepublishers.com as follows:

 

1. About the Journal

2. List of Members on the Editorial Board (with Brief Information about them)

3. Instructions to Contributors

4. Guide to Contributors

5. Format to Prepare Manuscript

5. List of Special Issues

6. List of Paper Present Status

7. List of Referees (Who have reviewed the Papers)

8. Contents of Volume Number (With Abstract)

 

Given below are the steps in the publication process and these may answer any concerns regarding our publishing ethics and processes. The Administrative Editor is open to answering any other queries that anyone may have.

 


 

THE PUBLISHING PROCESS IS DIVIDED INTO TWO PARTS


 

FIRST STAGE: PROCESSING OF THE PAPER


 

Papers received for publication in different Journals are processed at:

Office of the Administrative Editor

B-2 (Ground Floor), South City II,

Gurgaon - 122018, Haryana, India

Telephone: +91 0124 4360430

Website: www.krepublishers.com

E-mail: kre@airtelmail.in and kre@vsnl.com

 


 

SECOND STAGE: PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION


 

The Journal is Published and Distributed at:

Kamla-Raj Enterprises

4771/23, 1st Floor,

Mahavirshree Building,

Bharat Ram Road, Darya Ganj,

New Delhi 110002, India

Telephone: +91 011 23262582

Fax: +91 011 23280813

E-mail: kamlaraj@bol.net.in

 

Kamla-Raj Enterprises, New Delhi, India,

is a Member of Delhi State Booksellers and

Publishers Association (DSBPA) at:

4760-61, 1st Floor, 23, Ansari Road,

Daryaganj, New Delhi 112002, India

Telephone: +91 011 43502211/43568322

Fax: +91 011 43502212

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I. EDITORIAL BOARDS


 

Eminent scholars from all over the world are members of the editorial boards of the various journals. All these members have given their consent to be a member of the editorial board of that particular journal. The brief information (that is, name with the present status, field of specialization, postal address, telephone/ mobile numbers) of the members of the editorial boards is available on the website (www.krepublishers.com).

 


 

II. GEOGRAPHICAL DIVERSITY OF AUTHORS


 

As can be checked on our website about the papers' present status and from the full text available online of the published issues of various journals, that the contributors to our journals are from all over the world including regions like USA, Europe, South East Asia, Asian Countries, China and Africa.

 


 

III. AUTHENTICITY OF THE PUBLISHED CONTENT


 

1. Authorization and Declaration: 

 

Authors must accept full responsibility for the content of their articles. The Members of the Editorial Board and the Publisher of the journal are not responsible for the statements and opinions expressed by the authors in their articles and write-ups published in the journal. While submitting the paper, the author(s) are required to provide a declaration about financial support, assure that there is no plagiarism, and that fraudulent data has not been used in the paper. If there is more than one author, they need to provide a statement stating that all authors have contributed to the research and that the paper has not been published or sent for publication elsewhere, the same research will not be published in more than one journal, and that the research is real, original and authentic work.

 

The authors are required to ensure that any study that involves human or animal subjects conforms to national, local and institutional laws and requirements, and they must confirm that approval has been sought and obtained where appropriate. The authors should obtain permission from human subjects and respect their privacy.

The authors must promptly notify the journal editor if a significant error is identified in their publication. The authors must also cooperate with the editor and publisher to publish an erratum, addendum or corrigendum notice where it is deemed necessary.

The author(s) should maintain an accurate record of data associated with their submitted manuscript and supply or provide access to this data when requested.

 

2. Paper Received and Screening of the Paper: 

 

Editors must act in a responsible, objective, balanced and fair way while carrying out duties. They must do so without discrimination on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, ethnic or geographical origin of the authors. They must handle submissions for sponsored supplements or special issues in the same way as other submissions, such that articles are considered and accepted solely on their academic merit and without commercial influence. The editors must adopt and follow reasonable procedures in the event of an ethical or conflicting nature to give authors a fair opportunity to respond to complaints. They must ascertain that documentation associated with any complaints is retained.

Further, the editors strive to meet the needs of readers and authors, constantly improve the journal, ensure the quality of the material they publish, champion freedom of expression, maintain the integrity of the academic record, preclude business needs from compromising intellectual needs, and always are willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies where needed.

The editors' decisions to accept or reject a paper for publication is based only on the paper's importance, originality and clarity and the study's relevance to the journal. A description of the peer review processes is published and the editors justify any important deviation from the described process. The editors publish guidance to authors on everything that is expected of them and are regularly updated.

 

Every paper, which is received for publication, is screened only (not reviewed) for its suitability for publication in a journal on the basis of,

 Topic of research

 Contents of the text

 Citation of recently published literature and presentation of paper as per format of the journal by the members of the respective editorial boards

 

3. Processing and Acceptance of a Paper: 

 

A paper will be accepted and published only after the following formalities are completed (there is no time limit to publish a paper in a KRE Journal. However minimum time for publication for most of the paper is about four to eight months.

 Comments from the Referees on the are paper received

 Revision of the Paper and Check for Language by the author completed

 Paper to the Editor for any further revision and approval

Corrections of Galley Proofs by the Author received

 When the paper is accepted for publication it is communicated to the author via email

 

4. Format of the Paper and Language: 

 

The contributor is asked to check in case the paper is not as per format of the journal then correct it to avoid delay in the processing of the paper. Italicize the local words. As most of the papers are received from the countries where English is a second language, to avoid delay in processing of the paper the contributors are advised to get the paper checked for language.

 

5. Please Check Don't Use

 

 Political tone and comments on any region, race/ethnic group, religion, class, caste etc.

 Any copyright material (figure/tables etc.) in the paper. However, the author may write about that in the text.

 


 

IV. THE PEER-REVIEW PROCESS


 

1. Referees for Review of Paper: 

 

The authors are required to participate in the peer review process of a paper. Editors must ensure that any material submitted to their journal remains confidential while undergoing review. The editors publish a guidance to referees on everything that is expected of them and this is regularly updated.

 

The referees' judgments should be objective, that is, they should have no conflict of interest with respect to the authors (s), the research and/or the research funds. The referees should point out any relevant published work, which has not yet been cited, and reviewed articles should be treated confidentially.

 

This journal uses a double-blind review, which means that both, the reviewer's and author's identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.

 

The authors are also requested to provide the contact details of at least three potential peer reviewers or list of Referees for the paper, who may be asked to review the paper with the instructions that the Referees' present status must be either Associate Professor/Reader or Professor (University/Institute) in the field of specialization as the subject of the paper demands to whom we may request for review of the paper and the Referees should be other than the Members of Editorial Board of the Journal, who are known to the authors and aware of the research activities of their Department/Institute, but are not from their Department/Institute). They should be experts in the field of study, who will be able to provide an objective assessment of the manuscript's quality. The paper may also be sent to others for review in addition to the list of Referees provided by the corresponding author.

 

Please provide the following information about the Referees:

Full Name:

Present Status:

Field of Specialization:

Name and Address of Institute/Department/University:

Postal Address:

Email (required):

 

2. Peer Reviewers:

 

The Paper is sent to the three Referees (who are specialized in the field of the topic of the Research Paper) with the Referees' Report Form for providing his/her comments in that form (Blind Review). The Referees are requested to provide their comments within a six to eight week time period.

 

The List of Referees who have reviewed the Research papers of each journal is available on our website (www.krepublishers.com). For each published paper we have followed this procedure, in case anyone wants to check, we can provide him/her the Paper with Referees and Editorial Comments and List of Referees who have reviewed that paper, Revised Version of that paper, further corrections if any in the paper, galley proofs of the paper with corrections if any, and final printed version of the paper.

 

The referees' are responsible for contributing to the decision-making process and for assisting in improving the quality of the published paper. They do so by reviewing the manuscript objectively, in a timely manner. They must maintain the confidentiality of any information supplied by the editor or author, and not retain or copy the manuscript. They should be aware of any potential conflicts of interest that they might have with the paper (financial, institutional, collaborative or other relationships between the referee and author), and alert the editor about these, if necessary, and thereby withdraw their services for that manuscript.

 

3. Paper for Revision: 

 

After receiving comments from the Referees, these are forwarded to one of the Editors to check the comments and prepare a report with the Editorial Comments, to send the paper to the corresponding author for revision. The revision of the paper falls under three categories (Minor Revision/Moderate Revision: No need to referee again, Acceptable after Substantial Revision: Needs to be re-referred). Each Revised Paper is checked by the copy editor for format of the paper as per journal style, language editor and one of the Editors. In case there is still any error, the author is asked to correct it before submitting it to the press for processing. Almost all the papers received and published so far have been revised by the corresponding authors.

 

4. Galley Proofs: 

 

The galley proofs of each paper are sent to the corresponding author to check and correct in case there are still some corrections. The corrected galley proofs of a paper is submitted to the proofreader and finally to the press. The paper is printed and final version of the printed paper is made available online.

 

5. Copyrights: 

 

If and when the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to automatically transfer of the copyright to the publisher, that is, Kamla-Raj Enterprises.

 

6. All Rights Reserved. 

 

No part of this publication (International Journal of Educational Sciences) may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Requests to the Publisher for permission should be addressed to:

The Administrative Editor

Office of the Administrative Editor

B-2 (Ground Floor), South City II,

Gurgaon - 122018, Haryana, India,

Telephone: +91 0124 4360430

Website: http://www.krepublishers.com

E-mail: kre@airtelmail.in and kre@vsnl.com

 


 

V. LETTER TO THE EDITOR


 

 The Letters to the Editor may be considered of constructive criticisms and discussions of published papers and letters of relevance and interest to the readership and will be published at the discretion of the Managing Editor.

 

 Such Letters to the Editor should pertain only to the academic content of a paper, no personal comments about any one (Member of the Editorial Board, Author, Reviewer of a paper) will be entertained.

 

 The Administrative Editor follows all the terms and conditions listed under Instructions to Contributors strictly. Therefore, no comments are expected and/or entertained during the process of receiving, reviewing, acceptance or rejection of a research paper.

 

 Please avoid use of political tone and comments on any region, race/ethnic group, religion, class, caste etc.

 


 

B. TRANSPARENCY OF THE STRUCTURE, ROLE AND LOCATION OF THE PUBLISHING ORGANIZATION


 

Journal is Published and Distributed at:

 

Kamla-Raj Enterprises

4771/23, 1st Floor, Mahavirshree Building

Bharat Ram Road, Darya Ganj,

New Delhi - 110002, India

Telephone: +91 011 23262582

Fax: +91 011 23280813

E-mail: kamlaraj@bol.net.in

 


 

1. Paper Processing for Printing: 

 

The Administrative Editor submits each accepted paper to the Publisher for processing of printing and publication.

 

2. Galley Proofs

 

The accepted paper is submitted by the Publisher to the press for processing of the galley proof, which is sent to the corresponding author for final corrections with an order form. To avoid delay in publication of the paper, the author is requested to send the corrected galley proofs at the earliest, otherwise the paper will be published after checking by the Administrative Editor and for any error in the final paper, neither the Publisher nor the Members of the Editorial Board will be responsible.

 

3. Publication Schedule: 

 

After receiving corrected galley proofs from the corresponding author, the paper is processed for the press and information about its publication is given on the website, and a PDF copy of the printed paper is sent to the corresponding author.

  

4. Printed Copy to Author: 

 

A printed copy of the issue is sent either to the first author or the corresponding author by the Publisher.

 

5. Contents and Abstracts of an Issue on Line: 

 

After the final printing of an issue, the contents of the issue, abstract of the paper are available online (Website: www.krepublishers.com).

 

6. Distribution: 

 

The Publisher distributes the journal to the subscribers of the journal.

 

7. Dispute:

 

 Subject to DELHI Jurisdiction only, in case of any dispute.

 

 


 

LIST OF PAPERS - PRESENT STATUS

 


 

List will be updated on 14th and 28th of Every Month

 

 

REFERENCE NO. IJES- 701- 800

 


 

REF. NO. IJES-738
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Factors Contributing to Capacity Building at Ghanaian Polytechnics

Korantwi-Barimah and Schultz Cecile

People Management and Development, Faculty of Management Sciences, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-750
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Involvement of Teachers and Subject Advisers in the Curriculum Development Process in South Africa: Evidence from the Fort Beaufort Education District in Eastern Cape

Uloma Nkpurunma Obi and Symporosa Rembe

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, PB X1314, Alice 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-751
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Progressive Mathematics Teaching in South Africa: A Focus on Curriculum Reform from Outcomes-Based Curriculum (Obe) to Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (Caps)

Herbert Bheki Khuzwayo1 and D.W Mncube2

University of Zululand, Faculty of Education, P/Bag x1001, KwaDlangezwa, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-752
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Learners? Retention: A Case of Two Primary Schools in East London

Nomaroma Kumanda, Jane-Francis and Afungmeyu Abongdia

University of Fort Hare, East London, 5200, South  Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-755
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Educators and Learner?s Perceptions on English First Additional Language Speaker?s Use of English as Medium of Instruction

Lungiswa Nqoma and Jane-Francis A. Abongdia

University of Fort Hare South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-763
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Quality Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Institutional Audits

Chichi M. H. Maimane

Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT), Private Bag X20539, Bloemfontein, 9300, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-766
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Perceived Continuing Professional Development Needs of Teachers in Regular Primary Schools to Ensure the Effective Teaching of Learners with Special Education Needs in Zimbabwe

Emely Muguwe1* and T. D. Mushoriwa2

University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-767

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

English as a First Additional Language: Students? Experiences on Reading in one South African University

Manthekeleng A. Linake1, J. W. Foncha2 and Matseliso L. Mokhele3

University of Fort Hare


 

REF. NO. IJES-768
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Historical Construction of Identities of Pupils with Special Educational Needs: A Bernsteinian and Foucaldian Perspective

Sharina Klaasens

Holibrook House, The Axis, 38 Maxim Tower, Mercury Gardens, Romford, RM1 3HE, Essex, UK,


 

REF. NO. IJES-770
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Drivers of the Schooling Systems of China and South: A Discourse Analysis

Vimbi P. Mahlangu1 and XIA Xue2

1Department of Education Management & Policy Studies; Faculty of Education; Corner Leyds & George Storrar Avenue, Groenkloof Campus, Groenkloof, Pretoria, 0181,University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa

2Educational Management School; Faculty of Education, Northeast Normal University


 

REF. NO. IJES-774
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Students? Understanding of Solving a System of Linear Equations Using Matrix Methods: A Case Study

Aneshkumar Maharaj

School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-775
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

An Investigation into the Preparedness of Teachers to Teach Grade 12 Mathematics: A Case Study

Aneshkumar Maharaj

School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of KwaZulu-Natal


 

REF. NO. IJES-781
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Promotion of Critical Thinking in South African English First Additional Language (FAL) Students: Exploring Paulo Freire?s Critical Pedagogy in the Classroom

Hlaviso A. Motlhaka

University of Venda, Department of English, University Road, Thohoyandou, 0950


 

REF. NO. IJES-782
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

High School Students? Attainment of Formal Operations Reasoning in Tanzania

Tuntufye Selemani Mwamwenda

University of Mpumalanga, 50 Holzner Road, Pinetown 3610, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-787
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Motives that informs the punishment of noncompliance in higher education students

Bechuke A.L

Faculty of Education and Training-North West University: Mafikeng, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-789
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

On The Unity of Behaviourism, Cognitivism and Constructivism in Teaching and Learning

Sitwala Imenda

University of Zululand, Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 3886


 

REF. NO. IJES-792
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The views of School Management Teams on Self-Reflection Practices: Towards Fulfillment of Management Functions

Khashane Stephen Malatji1, Cosmas Maphosa2 and Mzuyanda Percival Mavuso3

1University of Venda, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 0950

2University of Fort Hare, East London, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa,

50 Church Street

3University of Fort Hare, Alice, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, 5700


 

REF. NO. IJES-793
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The influence of peer tutoring on students? performance in a South African university

Lulekwa Baleni1 and Khashane Stephen Malatji2

1University of Fort Hare, Alice, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, 5700,

2University of Venda, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 0950,


 

REF. NO. IJES-795
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Capacity Building for Teacher Education on Inclusive Education

Nceba Nyembezi1*and Severino Machingambi2

1Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

2University of Mpumalanga, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-797

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Mathematics Education in South Africa Many Perspectives Many Voices

David A. Thomas1,  Heather A. Handy2 and  Gerrit H. Stols3

1Center University of Great, Falls 1301 20th Street South, Great Falls Montana, MT 59405USA

2Georgia Institute of Technology, 721 Pinhurst Drive Atlanta, GA 30339 USA

3University of Pretoria,  Department of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Faculty of Education,  University of Pretoria, Private Bag x20 Hatfield, 0028 South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-798
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Emerging Issues of Bad Governance and Maladministration at Some South African Universities

Sitwala Imenda

University of Zululand, Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 3886

 


 

REFERENCE NO. IJES- 801- 900

 


 

REF. NO. IJES-803
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Preventing Violence in South African Schools: Punishment, Control and Surveillance or More Effective School Management?

Vusi S. Mncube

Birmingham University, UK, Commonwealth Fellow; Member of Assaf, Department of Education Leadership and Management, College of Education, Office no 267 (Second Floor) Solomon Mahlangu Building, Corner Nana Sita and Lilian Ngoyi, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-804
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Social Responsibility in Augmenting High School Math?s learning For University Studies

Joel Lehlaba Thabane1 and Solly Matshonisa Seeletse2

1Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,  2Department of Statistics and Operations Research, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, PO Box 107, MEDUNSA, 0204 South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-805

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Student Remarks on the Implementation of Activities Based On Multiple Intelligences Theory in Secondary School 7th Grade English Lessons

Onur K?sal

Selcuk University, School of Foreign Languages,  Aladdin Keykubat Kampusu, Selcuklu, Konya, Turkey


 

REF. NO. IJES-810
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Preventing Violence in South African Schools: Punishment, Control and Surveillance or More Effective School Management?

Vusi S. Mncube

Birmingham University, UK, Commonwealth Fellow; Member of Assaf, Department of Education Leadership and Management, College of Education, Office no 267 (Second Floor) Solomon Mahlangu Building, Corner Nana Sita and Lilian Ngoyi, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-814

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Mentoring For Female Academics in the 21st Century a Case Study of a South African University

B. B. Chitsamatanga, S. Rembe and J. Shumba*

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-818

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Grade Four Teachers? Implementation of a Natural Science Curriculum: Implications for Science Education

Mich?e Stears* and Nokuthula Mpanza

University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa 3605


 

REF. NO. IJES-831
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Previous Computer Experience and Attitudes of Students towards Internet at an Institution of Higher Learning

Ndawula Stephen1 and Stephen Kigundu2

1Department of Teacher Education, Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda

2Education Technology and Innovation Unit, Centre for Learning and Teaching Development, Walter Sisulu University, East London, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-832

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

A Study on Accountabılıty Language at the Level of the Prımary School

Munevver Cetin1, Sitar Keser2, Ayse Durmaz3 and Ramazan Samil Tatik4

1Marmara University, Ataturk Faculty of Education, Department of Educational Sciences, 34722 Istanbul, Turkey

2Cekmekoy Public Training Center, 34788 Istanbul, Turkey

3Kirklareli University, Luleburgaz Vocational High School, 39750 Kirklareli, Turkey

4Marmara University, Ataturk Faculty of Education, Department of Educational Sciences, 34722 Istanbul, Turkey


 

REF. NO. IJES-834

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Materials and Other Resources Teachers Used in Teaching the Life Orientation Curriculum in Selected Fort Beaufort District High Schools, Eastern Cape of South Africa

Toyin Mary Adewumi1 and Mike Adendorff2

1Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, PB X1314, Alice 5700, South Africa 2Department of Higher Education and Training, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-839

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Student Perceptions of Online Learning as Part of a Blended Approach to Teaching Business Subjects in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa

S. W. Oellermann1 and P. A. Joubert2

1Durban University of Technology, Riverside campus, Pietermaritzburg, Republic of South Africa, Box 13262 Cascades, 3202, Republic of South Africa.

2Head of Department, Human Resource Management, Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, Republic of South Africa, P/Bag X021, Vanderbijlpark, 1900, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-841

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

A Methodology to Develop Language Skills in Students: A Paradigm Shift from the Traditional LSRW to LRSW

Dr. M. Renuga1 and N. Uttham Kumar2

1Department of Humanities and Languages, Sona College of Technology, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India

2Department of English, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamilnadu, India


 

REF. NO. IJES-844

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Principals? Tools Used to Influence Teachers? Practice: Power and Strategy

Sibusiso Douglas Bayeni

University of KwaZulu-Natal, Edgewood Campus, Private Bag x3, Ashwood

3605 South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-846

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

(Re)-Forming Pre-Service Mathematics Teacher Education

Vimolan Mudaly

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-859

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Exploring the Nature of Multilingual Writing in Zimbabwean English Literary Texts

Sindiso Zhou, Baba Tshotsho and Madoda Cekiso

1,2University of Fort Hare, South Africa

3Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-860

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Relationship between Collective Efficacy and the Teaching of Mathematics in Poorly Resourced Schools

Winston Hendricks1 and Percival Mavuso2

School for Further and Continuing Education, University of Fort Hare


 

REF. NO. IJES-876

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Examining Mobbing Perceptions and Organizational Commitment Levels of Physical Education and Sports Teachers

Mahmut Gulle1 and Fikret Soyer2

1Mustafa Kemal University School of Physical Education and Sports, Hatay, 31000, Turkey

2Sakarya University School of Physical Education and Sports, Sakarya, 54000, Turkey


 

REF. NO. IJES-881
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Do Not Be Weary: Assessing the Impact of Effective Feedback in South African Open Distance Learners

Bobo Aaron Segoe

University of South Africa, P.O. Box 392, South Africa, UNISA 0003


 

REF. NO. IJES-887

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Meta-Cognitive Skills and Strategies Application: How It Helps Learners In Mathematics Problem-Solving

S. A. Tachiea* and J. M. Molepob

aWater Sisulu University

bFaculty of Education, Walter Sisulu University (RSA)



REF. NO. IJES-889
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Pedagogical Challenges and Benefits to Interdisciplinary Teaching: A Case Study of First-Year ?Language Skills in the Legal Context?

Abigail Hlatshwayo and Jennifer Schmidt

English Department, North West University, Mafikeng Campus,South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-890
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Critical Teaching and Learning Reflection:A Panacea for Improving Academic Literacy Levels at the North West University?s Mafikeng Campus

Abigail H. Hlatshwayo and Liqhwa P Siziba

Department of English, North West University, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-891

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Towards the Implementation of UKZN Language Policy: Developments and Challenges on using isiZulu as an Academic Language

Nkosi, Zinhle P.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal, P/Bag X03, Ashwood, 3610, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-892

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Indigenous Languages in Higher Education: Exploring Undergraduate Students? Responses towards Learning a

Conversational IsiZulu Module at the University

Zinhle Primrose NKOSI

The University of KwaZulu-Natal, P/Bag X03, Ashwood, 3610, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-894

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Mathematics Teaching: Grade 3 Teaching

Maphetla M. Machaba

Department of Early Childhood Development, University of South Africa (UNISA), PO Box 392 Pretoria 0003


 

REF. NO. IJES-897
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Pre-service Science Teachers? Conceptual and Procedural Difficulties in Solving Mathematical Problems in Physical Science

Paul, N. Iwuanyanwu1 and Rajendran Govender2

School of Science and Mathematics Education, University of Western Cape, Bellville, Cape Town, Private Bag x17, 7535, South Africa

 


 

REFERENCE NO. IJES- 901- 1000

 


 

REF. NO. IJES-901
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Preparedness of Foundation Phase Educators to Teach Numeracy and Science: An Evaluation of Current Training

Wendy N. Setlalentoa

Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Faculty of Humanities, Central University of Technology, Free State Private Bag X20539, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-903
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Grade R Educators? Perceptions of Their Own Practices: A Case Study of Educators in the Eastern Cape of South Africa

Faith Nomathemba Tlou1 and Nosisi Nellie Feza2

1University of South Africa, Institute for Science and Technology, 416 Robert Sobukwe Building, 263 Nana Sita Street, P.O.Box 392, UNISA 0003

2University of South Africa, 418 Robert Sobukwe Building, Nana Sita Street, P. O. Box 392, UNISA 0003


 

REF. NO. IJES-905
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Effective Teaching: The Assured Means of Quality Mathematics and Science Education

Chukunoye Enunuwe Ochonogor and Faith Nomathemba Tlou

Institute for Science and Technology Education, University of South Africa, Pretoria, P.O. Box 392 Unisa 0003, Pretoria


 

REF. NO. IJES-906
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Discipline in secondary schools: the perceptions of school principals

S. Kapueja and M. A. N. Duma

University of Zululand, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa 3886, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-907
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Conditions which favour participative management at secondary schools in South Africa: Views of school principals

A.B. Buthelezi and M. A. N. Duma

University of Zululand, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa 3886, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-908
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Effects of the attributes of school management teams on the management of quality education: Towards school effectiveness

Israel Kariyana

Walter Sisulu University, Division of Academic Affairs and Development, Faculty of Education, Private Bag X3132, Ibika Campus, Butterworth, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-909
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The perceptions of TVET college lecturers of entrepreneurship education

BT Gamede and M. A. N. Duma

University of Zululand, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa 3886, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-910
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Impact of Computer Literacy Training on the Academic Performance of First Year Student in the University of Zululand, Kwadlangezwa, South Africa

Dev Datt Tewari1, Xoliswa Mtose2, Kehinde Damilola Ilesanmi3

1University of Zululand ,Faculty of Commerce, Administration and law, Private Bag X1001 KwaDlangezwa, 3886, South Africa

2 University of Zululand, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa, 3886, South Africa

3 University of Zululand, Department of Economics, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa-3886, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-911
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Leadership Styles of Secondary School Principals for School Effectiveness: South African Cases

Mlungiseleli Ziduli, Andrea Mqondiso Buka, Moisha Molepo and Mlungiseleli Morris Jadezweni

Faculty of Educational Sciences, Walter Sisulu University Mthatha, 5117 South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-912
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Perceptions of School Management Teams? Conflict Management Strategies Used Amongst Primary School Teachers of one Circuit in South Africa

Libontso Lepita 1 and Christabel Dudu Mantlana 2

Walter Sisulu University, Zamukulungisa Site, P/Bag x6030, Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa, 5099


 

REF. NO. IJES-918
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Academic Hurdles Facing Undergraduate Students at One South African University

Magdaline Tangwe1 and Cosmas Maphosa2*

1, 2*Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-920
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Quality of Work Life in a Previously Disadvantaged Higher Education Institution in South Africa

Bethuel Sibongiseni Ngcamu

Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Mpho Kenneth Letooane


 

REF. NO. IJES-924
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Policies, people, place and programme - key to quality Grade R education

Elsab? Wessels1 and NoluthoDiko2

1North-West University (Mafeking Campus), Faculty of Education Sciences, School for teacher education and training

2North-West University (Mafeking Campus), Faculty of Education Sciences


 

REF. NO. IJES-926
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

School Managers? Perceptions of Continuous Professional Development in the Context of Information Communication Technology Educators:  A Case Study of Two Primary Schools in South African

Nageshwari Moodley and Pierre Du Plessis*

University of Johannesburg, Faculty of Education, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-927
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Integration of Smart Technology in TVET College Classrooms: A Case in Automotive Repair and Maintenance Teaching

Vasidevan Naiker1and Moses Makgato2

1Department of Educational Information Technology, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

2Department of Technology Education, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-929
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Teachers? Perception on the Implementation of Formative Assessment in the Classrooms

N.P. Mudzielwana

Department of Early Childhood Education, School of Education, University of Venda,

Thohoyandou, South Africa


 

REF.NO.IJES-930
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Development of Literacy at Preschool: A Solution to High Failure Rate, Repetition and Attrition in Schools

N.P.Mudzielwana and C.Callery

Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia


 

REF. NO. IJES-932
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Exploring Grammatical Structures of the Katanga Language Spoken in The

Democratic Republic of Congo

Mumbembe Lydy, Madoda Cekiso, Baba P. Tshotsho and Michael Somniso

Department of Applied Languages, University of Fort Hare, King Williams Town Road, Private Bag X 1314, Alice 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-933
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Practices in the Implementation of the Inclusive Education Policy in Sport: A Case of Four Secondary Schools in Masvingo District, Zimbabwe

Tapiwa Mudyahoto

School of further and continuing Education, University of Fort Hare, Private Bag X1314, Alice 5700 South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-934
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Science Education Reforms: What does a Capabilities approach have to offer?

Yvonne Nsubuga

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-937
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Perceptions of Students towards the Use of Mobile Devices in Improving Academic Performance: A Case of a Senior Secondary School in a Developing Country

Kgalemelo Rodnie Mafa1 and Desmond Wesley Govender2

1Boitekanelo College, P O Box 203156, Old Naledi Kiosk, Gaborone, Botswana

2University of KwaZulu-Natal, Private Bag X03, Ashwood, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-940

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Role of Vision in the Teaching of English Speaking In South African Curriculum

Makhosazana Edith Shoba

Discipline of Education and Curriculum Studies, School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, Private Bag X03, Ashwood, 3605


 

REF. NO. IJES-941

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

University students? understanding of functions encountered in grade 12 mathematics: a case study

Aneshkumar Maharaj1 and Nkosikhona Mbuthuma2

1, 2 University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-947
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Nature and Extent to Which Learners with Special Educational Needs Are Supported In Regular Schools

G. Shadaya1 and T. D. Mushoriwa2

University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-948
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Teachers? Perceptions on Induction Programmes by Senior Management Teams (SMT) in the South Central Region of Botswana

Ratau John Monobe1, Nnior Machomi Morake2 and Cecil Wilson Gaborongwe3

1University of Venda, P.O. Box 872, Sibasa 0970

2,3Faculty of Education, North West University (Mafikeng Campus), P/Bag x5050, Mmabatho2735


 

REF. NO. IJES-950
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Student?s Sutability of Computer Based Test (CBT) Mode for

Undergraduate Courses in Nigerian Universities: A Case Study of University of Ilorin

Olushola F. Olawuyi1, Rasheed A. Tomori2 and Oluwatosin O. Bamigboye3

1Centre for Open and Distance Learning, 2Computer Services and Information Technology, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

3Department of Computer Science, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-952
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Training Received by Senior Management Teams and Teachers to Implement School-Based Continuing Professional Teacher Development in Selected High Schools in The Fort Beaufort Education District

Benedict Ajibade* and Symphorosa Rembe

Department of further and continuing education, University of Fort Hare, Alice, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-954
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Teaching Strategies and Effects of Learning Outcomes: A Case Study of the Extended Curriculum Programme at the University of the Western Cape

P. Nsengiyumva, R. Blignaut, N. Stiegler, K. Ogujiuba* and I. Karangwa

Statistics and Population Studies Department, University of the the Western Cape, Bellville, 7535; Cape-Town, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-955
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Information Needs and Constraints of Access to Educational Information in Selected Schools in the Fort Beaufort Education District

S. O. Oyediranbn-Tidingsa, E. M. Ondari-Okemwaa and F. H. Nekhwevhab*

Department of Library & Information Science, Department of Sociology, University of Fort Hare, Alice - 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-957
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Raising Children with Intellectual Disabilities: Challenges Experienced by Care-Givers in a Rural Context

Hlaviso A. Motlhaka and Khashane Stephen Malatji

University of Venda, Department of English, University Road, Thohoyandou, 0950

University of Limpopo, Centre for Academic Excellence, Turfloop Campus, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-958
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Complementary Approaches to Teaching and Learning Entrepreneurship in Nigerian Universities: A Conceptual Framework

Ezekiel Jide Fayomi1 and Ziska Fields2

1School Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

2School of Management, Information Technology and Governance, University of KwaZulu-Natal, University Drive, Westville, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-960
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Incidences of Bullying in Two South African Primary Schools

N. P. Chauke, C. J. White* and I. E. M Coetzee

Tshwane University of Technology, Private Bag X680, Pretoria South Africa 0001


 

REF. NO. IJES-963
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Perceptions of Culturally Diverse Grade 12 Learners Regarding Problem-Solving in Physical Science during Winter School Sessions

Wendy N. Setlalentoa, Gregg Alexander and F. Komati

Faculty of Humanities, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Post Graduate Studies Science and Technology Education ,Central University of Technology, Free State Private Bag X20539, Bloemfontein 9300. South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-968
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at a University of Technology: Reflections on Policy Initiatives in Promoting Quality Enhancement

G. Alexander1* and W. Setlalentoa2

*1Department of Postgraduate studies, 2Department of Mathematics Science and Technology Education, Faculty of Humanities, Central University of Technology, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-969
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Challenges Schools Encounter in Implementing the Mathematics Curriculum in South Africa: A Desk Review

T. M. Adewumi1, S. Rembe2, J. Shumba3 and B. Ajibade4

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, PB X1314, Alice 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-970
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Factors That Influence the Implementation of Early Childhood Education Policies: A Literature Review of the South African Context

Yvonne Nsubuga1 and PM. Mavuso2

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, Eastern Cape, South Africa.


 

REF. NO. IJES-971
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Exploring Supervision Experiences of Postgraduate Research Students at an Institution of Higher Learning in South Africa

Madoda Cekiso1, B. Tshotsho2, R. Masha3 and T. Saziwa4

1Faculty of Humanities, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa

2, 3, 4Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-972
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Allocation of Time in Communities of Practice: A Strategy for Enhance Continuing Professional Teachers? Development in High Schools

Adeola Folasade Akinyemi1, Symphorosa Rembe2, Jenny Shumba3 and Toyin Adewumi4

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, PB X1314, Alice 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-973
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Postgraduate Supervisory Relationship: Experiences at an Open Distance Learning Institution

Doraval Govender

Department of Criminology & Security Science, School of Criminal Justice, College of Law, University of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-974
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Managing Student Discipline: Voices of Former Female School Principals in South Africa

J.T. Zikhali and B. Smit

UNISA Preller Street, Muckleneuk Ridge, Pretoria, PO Box 192, UNISA 0001, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-976
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Technology-Engagement Teaching Strategy Using Clickers on Student's Approaches to Learning to Improve Mathematics Pass Rate

Sibongile Simelane-Mnisi and Andile Mji

Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-977
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The State of the Use of Mobile Devices for Students Learning: A Case of Two Universities of Technology

Johannes Segone Dirane1* and Moses Makgato2

Department of Technology and Vocational Education, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-981
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

School Effectiveness in a Disadvantaged Community: A Case Study on the Perspectives of School Management and Teachers

Conrad Potberg, Rajendra Chetty and Agnes Chigona

Faculty of Education, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-982
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Preschool Experiences and Formal School Readiness of Six Year Olds: The Stakeholders? Views

J. Mathwasa1 and C. I. O. Okeke2

University of Fort Hare, East London, Eastern Cape, RSA


 

REF. NO. IJES-983
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Collaboration and Mutual Support as Processes Established by Communities of Practice to Enhance Continuing Professional Teachers? Development in High Schools.

Adeola Folasade Akinyemi1 and Symphorosa Rembe2

Faculty of Education University of Fort Hare, PB X1314, Alice 5700, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-984
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Zulu Primary School Learners? Ideas about the Role and Function of the Heart in a Living Body

Sitwala Imenda

University of Zululand, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-986
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

How Heads of Department Understand Their Roles as Instructional Leaders: A South African Study

Teresa A. Ogina

Department of Education Management & Policy Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 0002


 

REF. NO. IJES-987
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Integrating Ipad Applications into Development Modules at a Rural University without Compromising Pedagogical Principles.

Lea Koenig and Alastair Smart

University of the Free State, Office of the Dean, Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Private Bag x13, Phuthaditjhaba 9866, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-989
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Adaptation of the Curriculum for the Inclusion of Learners with Special Education Needs in Selected Primary Schools in the Fort Beaufort District

T. M. Adewumi1, S. Rembe2 J. Shumba3 and A. F.Akinyemi4

Faculty of Education, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-990
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Challenges Facing Principals Regarding Effective Implementation of Participative Management at Secondary Schools in the UThungulu District of KwaZulu-Natal Province in South Africa: Reality or Pigment

A. B. Buthelezi

University of Zululand, Private Bag X1001, KwaDlangezwa 3886, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-991
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The ideological ware as key to improving learner performance

Kehdinga George Fomunyam

Curriculum and Education Studies Cluster, School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-992
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Effects of Merging Schools on the Performance of Teachers in Classrooms

Thanyani Lucky Mulaudzi, Dzivhonele Albert Sinthumule, Livhuwani Robert Manwadu and Buyisani Dube

University of Venda, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-995
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Supplemental Instruction as a Peer Mentoring Intervention in First Year Chemistry

Vino Paideya

University of KwaZulu Natal, Westville Campus, Durban, South Africa, 4001


 

REF. NO. IJES-997
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Developing Learners’ Intrinsic Motivation Through The Use of Student Teams Achievement Divisions (STAD) in Technology Classrooms

Charles Masoabi

Department of Maths, Science and Technology Education, Teacher Education Faculty of Humanities, Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-998
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Thinking About Teaching Reading Comprehension to Grade 3 Tshivenda Learners

N. P. Mudzielwana

Department of Early Childhood Education, School of Education, University of Venda, Thohoyandou, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-999
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Experiences of First Entering Students during Orientation:  A Case of One Rural-Based South African University

N. P. Mudzielwana, T. Runhare, O. N. Mulaudzi, S. A. Mulovhedzi and R. M. Makhwathana

Department of Early Childhood Education, School of Education, University of Venda, Thohoyandou, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1000
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

An Investigation into the Study Patterns and Habits of Grade 8 and 9 Learners in South Africa: are They Studying?

Ndileleni P. Mudzielwana1*and Fhatuwani Ravhuhali2

1*University of Venda

2Cape Peninsula University of Technology

 


 

REFERENCE NO. IJES- 1001- 1100

 


 

REF. NO. IJES-1001
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Challenges in the Science, Technology and Innovation Policies in Africa: Specific Focus on South Africa and Nigeria

Lawrence Ogechukwu Obokoh1 and Flavia Masubelele

1Department of Cost and Management Accounting, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, College of Science, Engineering and Technology, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1003
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Availability and Accessibility of Educational Information to Learners in Selected High Schools in the Fort Beaufort Education District of Eastern Cape, South Africa

Stella O. Oyediran Tidings, Ezra M. Ondari-Okemwa and Fhulu H. Nekhwevha

Department of Library and Information Science, Department of Sociology, University of Fort Hare, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1004
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Investigating the Precision of the Mathematical Language of Secondary Teachers – A Small-Sample Case Study

Pieter van Jaarsveld and Khadijah Ameen

University of the Wit watersrand, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, 2050


 

REF. NO. IJES-1005
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Empirical Analysis for Intelligent Online Course Selection

C. Grace Padma and Arunkumar Thangavelu

1Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, India

2Centre for Ambient Intelligence, VIT University, Vellor, India


 

REF. NO. IJES-1010
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Teaching in Mother Tongue as a Medium of Instruction on Preschool Institutions

S. A. Mulovhedzi

Department of Early Childhood Education, School of Education, University of Venda, Thohoyandou, Republic of South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1011
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

An Analysis of the Provision of Diagnostic Questions on Essential Mathematical Vocabulary for Arithmetic

Aneshkumar Maharaj1*and Nkosinathi Mkize2

1, 2 School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; University of KwaZulu-Natal


 

REF. NO. IJES-1012
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Influence of Social Entrepreneurship Pedagogical Initiatives on Students’ Attitudes and Behaviours at Selected Nigerian Universities

Saidi Adedeji Adelekan*, Mervywn Williamson** and Sulaiman Olusegun Atiku***

School of Management, Information Technology and Governance, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa.


 

REF. NO. IJES-1016
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Learners’ Understanding of Linear Equations in One Variable

Msebenzi Rabaza and Jacob Maisha Molepo

Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha - 5099, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1020
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Construction and Standardization of Internet Self-Efficacy Scale for Secondary School Students

Mandeep Kaur1 and Amardeep Kaur2

Khalsa College of Education, Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar 143 001, Punjab, INDIA


 

REF. NO. IJES-1021
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Curriculum Assessment of Teacher Education Programme in Physical Education: A Meta-Analysis

Jyoti Maan1, Ikram Hussain2 and Kalpana Sharma3

1,3Amity School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, (UP), INDIA.

 2Department of Physical Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, (UP), INDIA


 

REF. NO. IJES-1023
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Career Maturity of Students with Visual Impairment in Relation to Their Self Efficacy and Self Advocacy

Supreet Kaur¹ and Mamta Juneja²

¹Deptt of Education, USOL, P.U. Chandigarh

²Deptt of Education, P.U. Chandigarh


 

REF. NO. IJES-1024
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Influence of School Principals' Leadership Styles on the Effectiveness of Low-Income Cape-Town Schools

Fadilah Allie1 and Zilungile Sosibo2

Cape Peninsula, University of Technology, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa


 

REF. NO. IJES-1025
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Innovative Teaching Practices in Educational Institutions

Keerthana Baskaran and Magesh Rajarathinam

Department of Management Studies, Anna University, Chennai-600025, INDIA.


 

REF. NO. IJES-1029
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Degree of Practicing Clinical Supervision Model among Educational Supervisors from the Perspective of Teachers in The Light of Some Variables in Arar, Saudi Arabia

Saud Jubaib Alrawaili

Department of Curriculum and Methodology, Faculty of Education and Arts, Northern Board University, Saudi Arabia


 

REF. NO. IJES-1030
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Pre service Teachers’ Attitudes towards Communicative Language Teaching in EFL Context

Cevdet Yılmaz

Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculty of Education, Çanakkale, Turkey


 

REF. NO. IJES-1031
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

The Effect of Teaching Technical English for Professional Students in Terms of Background Variables: Case of Southern Tamil Nadu

E. S. Uma Maheswari

Humanities & Science, Government College of Engineering, Anna University, Tirunelveli 627 007, Tamil Nadu, INDIA


 

REF. NO. IJES-1032
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Integrating Entrepreneurship into the University Curriculum: Perceptions of 4th Year Students in One Public University in Zimbabwe

Gwendoline Vusumuzi Nani

National University of Science and Technology, P.O. Box AC 939, Ascot, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe


 

REF. NO. IJES-1033
PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Realizing the Inclusive Early Childhood Education: An Elusive Dream or Reality

Vandana Singh

School of Education, IGNOU, INDIA


 

REF. NO. IJES-1034

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Arithmetical & Numerical Learning Difficulties in Stroke Cases: A Case Study of Arabic Speakers

Mogbel Aid K. Alenizi

Department of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, Rafha Male Campus, Northern Border University, Rafha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)


 

REF. NO. IJES-1035

PAPER UNDER PROCESSING

Online Assessment of Students’ Inductive Reasoning Skills Abilities in Oshana Region, Namibia

Linus Kambeyo and Hao Wu

Doctoral School of Education, University of Szeged, Petofi Sandor Sgt 30-34, Szeged, Hungary

 

 


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