Sacha And Diamond Academic Publishers, England, United Kingdom

 

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY (AJET)

 

Volume 3(1) 2013

ISSN  2046-6935 (Online) 

ISSN 2046-6927 (Print)

Current Cumulative Impact Factor: 37.0

 

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

 

The purpose of the African Journal of Education and Technology is to facilitate intellectual discussions, research analysis, and pragmatic studies and critiques leading to the formulation of policies and suggestions for the improvement of educational development across the world with specific attention to Africa. AJET seeks to develop new theoretical and practical insights into the educational development in Africa and to contribute to the pool of valuable knowledge on how education and technology can be more effective as tools for Africaís sustainable development. AJET publishes original research papers from scholars of educational administration, educational policy development, curriculum developer, lecturers of educational subjects, teachers, education providers, psychologists, guidance counselors, technologists, information scientists, statisticians and other relevant subjects across multi-disciplinary settings which constitute significant contributions to the understanding and  improvement of human development through educational processes and outcomes. All manuscripts are subject to peer review for quality.

 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

 

Professor (Mrs) Aida M. El-Asfahani, Faculty of Agriculture, United Arab Emirates University, Abu Dhabi-Al Ain, United Arabs Emirate

 

DEPUTY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

 

Dr. Catherine Gakii Murungi, Department of Early Childhood Studies, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya

 

EDITORIAL TEAM MEMBERS

 

Dr. J. B. Miima, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology(MMUST), Kenya

 

Professor Nicholas Ofiaja, Centre for Ethnic Studies, The City University of New York, United States

 

Dr. M. I Tareque, Dept of Population Science & Human Resource Development, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

 

Dr. M. M Rahman, Dept of Population Science & Human Resource Development, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

 

Dr. Abdulkadir A Egal, Centre for Sustainable Livelihoods, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa

 

Dr. Jamal Barzegari Khanaghah, Faculty of Economic, Management and Accounting, Yazd University, Iran

 

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  • IndexCopernicus
  • Social Science Research Network
  • Google Scholar
  • International Abstracts in Operations Research
  • Environmental Science and Pollution Management
  • Research Alert
  • IDEAS, which uses RePEc data
  • Munich International Library Index Network MPRA
  • Antonís Weekly Digest

 

CONTENT     AJET    VOLUME 3   NUMBER 1 (2013)

 

1.        The Schooling Attitudes In The Transition To Adulthood In Post Secondary Education In Cameroon; pp. 1-9 [Author: LO-OH, Joseph Lah] View Abstract  Download Full Text

 

2.        The Implications Of The Use Of Electronic Calculators On Studentsí Performance In Mathematics In Secondary Schools In Kenya; pp. 10-17 [Author: ODHIAMBO, Marble N. and TOILI, William W.] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

3.        The Classical Roots, Relevance And Dynamics Of Non-Violence And Civil Disobedience: A Discourse In Nutshell; pp. 18-27 [Authors: OMORO, Joseph Oke and ASEKHAUNO, Anthony Afe] View Abstract Download Full Text

 

4.        Counselling And Nation Building In Nigeria: The Past, Current Status, Challenges And The Future; pp. 28-36 [Author: OMONI, Grace Ego] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

5.        The Implications Of The Application Of Best Assessment Practices On The Basic Education Teachersí Characteristics: A Case Study Of The Cross River Central Senatorial District; pp. 37-45 [Authors: BASSEY, Sam William; AKPAMA, Elizabeth G; AYANG, Etelbert E; and, IFERI-OBETEN, MERCY] View Abstract  Download Full Text

 

6.        Local Government And The Management Of The Universal Basic Education Programme: An Historical Assessment; pp. 46-56 [Author: SOKOH, G.C] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

7.        The Implications Of Collaborative Industrial Attachments For Kenya Vision 2030 Development Programmes; pp. 57-67 [Authors: MUCHEMI, Allan Kuria; MUTHONI, David Mutahi;  MUTAHI, Irene Wairimu; GUNGA, Samson Okuro; and ORIGA, Japheth O.] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

8.        Linkage Between Higher Education And The Economy: Kenya Perspective; pp.68-75 [Authors: NYAMACHE, Tomand NYAMBURA, Ruth] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

9.        Factors Associated With Use Of Emerging Technologies In Teaching And Research In Ghanaian Public Universities; pp. 76-85 [Author: BOAKYE, Afia Nyarko] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

10.      An Evaluation Of The Causes Of Violence In Nigerian Schools: The Case Of Senior Secondary Schools In Delta State; pp. 86-94 [Author: OSADEBE, P. U.] View Abstract  Download Full Text

 

11.      The Utility Of Educational Incentives For National Transformation: Evidence From Cross River State; pp. 95-103 [Authors: SULE, Mary A.  and ALADE, Feyisayo O.]  View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

12.      The Effects Of Two Instructional Sequencing Modes On Academic Achievement Of Primary Social Studies In Delta State; pp. 104-114 [Authors: DANIA P.Oand EBOH R. N] View Abstract   Download Full Text

 

13.      The Implications Of Cooperative Learning Strategy On Studentsí Academic Achievements; pp. 115-124 [Authors: NWABUEZE, Akachukwu I.and IGBINEDION, Doye A.] View Abstract  Download Full Text

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