Saturday, 26 April 2014

Vol 5, No 8 (2014) Journal of Education and Practice

Vol 5, No 8 (2014)

Table of Contents


Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Primary School Children With and Without Learning Disabilities: A Comparative StudyPDF
Amany Sobhy Sorour, Noha Ahmed Mohamed, Mona Mohamed. Abd El-Maksoud1-11

A Comparative Study of the Influence of Infused HIV and AIDS Education on Students’ HIV and AIDS Awareness in Ainamoi and Sigowet Divisions, Kericho County, KenyaPDF
Onguti Rael, Areba George, Mikuro Robert, Magato Wilfred, Nyakundi Zablon, Paul C. Ondima12-25

A Discourse on the Essentials of Transformative Science Teacher Professionalism and Scientific Literacy in the Challenges of Global Economic CrisisPDF
BRAIMOH, Durojaiye S, ORUKOTAN, Akinyemi F, OKEDEYI, Abiodun S, OGUNMADE, Taiwo O26-31

An Analysis of Stylistic Trends in Published Kiswahili Short Story GenrePDF
Evans M. Mbuthia, P. I. Iribemwangi32-42

Effects of practical investigation on scientific creativity amongst secondary schools biology students in Kericho district, Kenya.PDF
Caroline Chelang’at Chumo43-51

Determinants of Senior High School Students’ Performance in Social Studies in the Central Region of GhanaPDF
ANGBING, Hippolyt Dickson52-57

Development of Integrated Holistic Teaching Guide Module for Technical and Vocational Education Teacher TraineesPDF
Ros Eliana Ahmad Zuki, Rohana Hamzah58-68

Cognitive Style Profiles and Physics Achievement of senior secondary school students in Ogun State, NigeriaPDF
Oludipe, Bimbola Dupe69-75

The level of Self-Disclosure for Irbid University College Female Students and its Relation with Some Special VariablesPDF
Abed Al-Nasser Ahmad Al-Azzam76-82

Education and Transformation Agenda in Nigeria: An AppraisalPDF
Ekpo, C. George, Is’haq A. Bello83-90

Effects of Cooperative Mastery Learning Approach on Students’ Motivation to learn Chemistry by GenderPDF
Keter K. John, Barchok H. K, Ng’eno J. K91-97

Participation in Professional Programmes and Curriculum Implementation: Perspectives of Senior High School French Teachers in GhanaPDF
Anthony Akwesi Owusu, Kofi Tsivanyo Yiboe98-112

Gender and Scientific Literacy Levels: Implications for Sustainable Science and Technology Education (STE) for the 21st Century Jobs.PDF
Apollonia Anaele Nwosu, Ebere Ibe113-118

Influence of Home Literacy Environment on Children Reading AttitudePDF
MoiChing Lee, KeeJiar Yeo119-138

What perceived practices of teachers contribute to students’ mathematics learning and achievement at the SHS level? A Case study in the Central region of GhanaPDF
Bawuah Bernard, Yakubu Awudu Sare, Seyram Pear Kumah139-148

Equipping the Nigerian Career Teacher For Improved Service Delivery in a Contemporary Globalized Society.PDF
Owede, Kosioma E149-153

Causal Effects of Street Children in Nigeria: Implications for CounsellingPDF
Roibito Ekpiken-Ekanem, Andrew Enow Ayuk, Paulinus Marcel Akwa Adadu154-158

The Buffering Effects of Critical Life Event, Organizational Climate and Social Support on Subjective Well-being of Bank Workers in Southwest NigeriaPDF
Ogunyemi A.O, Awoyele O.T.159-168

The Nature of Culture of Learning in Nigerian Non-Tertiary English Language ClassroomPDF
Esther N. Oluikpe169-174

Factorial Validation of an Instrument for the Assessment of Practical Chemistry Skills AcquisitionPDF

Towards Value Re-orientation of Youths on the Role of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.PDF
Okwelle, P. Chijioke, Ayonmike, Chinyere Shirley186-191

Teaching English to Engineering Students through Innovative TechniquesPDF
Seeme Mahmood192-197

Counterproductive Behaviour and Job Performance among Secondary School Teachers: School Climate as a MediatorPDF
ALADENUSI, Oluwakemi, AYODELE, Kolawole Olanrewaju198-204

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ISSN (Paper)2222-1735 ISSN (Online)2222-288X

Vol 5, No 8 (2014) Journal of Education and Practice

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