Archive of Journal of Education and Social Research; Volume 6, Number 3
Katherine Roose
COMPUTER-BASED TEST ADAPTATION: CROSS-NATIONAL ENCOUNTERS
Progressively the globalized world is calling for international compa­rable competent measurements to emerge. After numerous international studies on pre-college education, the emphasis has shifted to international assessments of vocational education and training (VET) [...] Read  more

Ebele McIver
RESPONSIBILITY OF FAMILIES IN HIGH SCHOOL TRANSITION: OUTCOMES FROM CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE
Regardless of recognition that family responsibility is a necessary aspect of school improvement and advancement, very little effort has been made to clarify how this might be enacted. This case study focuses on [...] Read  more

Oriji, Abraham & Anikpo, Fanny O.
THE PLACE OF BLENDED LEARNING IN THE CURRENT NIGERIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
Advances in technology have ushered in new methods of delivering contents to learners. As technologies evolve, new teaching and learning methodologies emerge to strengthen or overcome some weaknesses [...] Read more

Dorathy Sarty
ASSESSMENT OF CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE: FIELD REVIEW
The measurement of discrimination in employment is a key variable in understanding dynamics in the nature of, and change in “race relations”. Measuring such discrimination using ‘situation’ and [...] Read more

Dan N. Ferera
THE EFFECTS OF TEACHER HOME VISITS ON STUDENT CONDUCT, ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PARENT INVOLVEMENT
This study's purpose was to determine if teacher home visit program impact positively on students' classroom behavior, academic achievement, and parent involvement in school. Studies have revealed a [...] Read more

Wali, Worlu I. & Okai, N. Okai
EMERGENT CHALLENGES OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHER DEVELOPMENT IN UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA
Professional Teachers are the most potent elements to every educational set up. Therefore, the functionality of any nations education depends on the quality of the professional teachers. The [...] Read more

Green Cliffz
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAPITAL, LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SCHOOL IN GEOGRAPHICAL ISOLATED COMMUNITIES
The tenacity of this study was to observe the community-oriented school leadership practices of a school spearhead at an elementary school. Acute poverty and poorly funded public schools provide few [...] Read more

Nwadi, C. L.

INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON STUDENT PROCESS SKILLS ACQUISITION
IN DART MANIPULATION ON TWO MODELS OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING APPROACHES
This study investigated the influence of gender on students’ process skills acquisition in dart manipulation on two models of problem based learning approaches. Two research questions and null [...] Read more
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