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Trends in graduate studies: lessons for African new and emerging universities
(African Education Research Network, http://www.ncsu.edu/aern/, 2004-07)
Creating knowledge is the most fundamental role of a university. All other roles like preserving, disseminating (through teaching and publications), and applying knowledge for community services, depend on this function. ...
Writing a quantitative research thesis
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises. http://www.krepublishers.com, 2009)
Research is an exciting adventure which if properly carried out adds richly to the student’s experience, to the school academic prestige and to the society through the new knowledge it creates which could be applied in ...
Research orientation and research-related behaviour of graduate education students
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises http://www.krepublishers.com, 2009-04)
At the students’ level, researchers’ orientation tends to be undefined and hence students easily fall prey to having their orientation determined by factors other than those related to the nature of their research problems. ...
English language and gender influences on the prediction of junior certificate perfomance among students in Botswana
(African Educational Research Network. http://www.ncsu.edu, 2008-06)
The poor and deteriorating overall performance in Botswana junior school certificate (JSC) examination is a problem that tends to defeat all efforts at finding a solution to it. Language has been found to be a powerful ...
Primary teacher’s perceptions of classroom assessment practices as means of providing quality primary/basic education by Botswana and Nigeria
(Academic Journals. http://www.academicjournals.org, 2007-04)
More than any other of its aspects, assessment plays a central role in determining the quality of education. Quality of primary/basic education (QoE) can be viewed as the extent to which the process of education at the ...