Sacha And Diamond Academic Publishers, England, United Kingdom



Volume 1(2) 2011

ISSN  2046-6935 (Online) 

ISSN 2046-6927 (Print)

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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 Africa’s 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.




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




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




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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1.        The Impacts of Electronic Learning Techniques on Staff Performance in Sudanese Universities in Khartoum State; pp. 1 -7; [Author: ALHASSAN, Esam Idris Kamtor] View Abstract   Download Full Text  


2.        The Impact of Child Abuse on Academic Performance of Youths in Calabar-South Local Government Area; pp. 8 - 13; [Authors:   OTU, Judith E;USHIE, M.A; DAVID, E.O; IFERE, Akase Blossom E.]   View Abstract     Download Full Text


3.        An Evaluation of the Appropriateness of Bereavement Counselling in Secondary Schools in Mumias District of Kenya; pp. 14-30; [Author: KYALO, Paul M. and ANDANJE, Margret] View Abstract   Download Full Text


4.        Teacher Education And The Challenges Of The Twenty-First; pp. 31-37; [Authors: NWAOKUGHA, Douglas O. and UNWANA-OBONG, Uyanga D.]  View Abstract  Download Full Text


5.        Sustaining Democracy In Nigeria Through Pedagogical And Curricular Innovations In Political Education; pp. 38-44; [Authors: DIENYE, Victory Uchechukwu and NWAOKUGHA, Douglas O.] View Abstract    Download Full Text


6.        The Factors Affecting the Students’ Performance: A Case Study of Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan; pp. 45-51 [Authors: Muhammad DANIYAL; Tahir NAWAZ; Muhammad ALEEM; Ali HASSANView Abstract   Download Full Text


7.        A Cross-Linguistic Study Of Persuasive Strategies Used In Persian And English Languages; pp. 52-60; View Abstract  Download Full Text 


8.        Stakeholder's Assessment of the Interpersonal Competency Needs of the Construction industry in Nigeria: Need for Expanded Curriculum; pp. 61-67; [Author: EDU, David O.] View Abstract   Download Full Text 


9.        An Analytical Model of Psycho-Social Variables As Determinants of Cheating Tendency of Secondary School Students; pp. 68-75;  [Authors:  IDAKA, I. E; IDIKA, D.O; and EGBONA, A. E] View Abstract   Download Full Text


10.     The Role of Education in the Rebranding of Nigeria’s International Image; pp. 76-83; [Authors: DIENYE V.U. and Morrison, I. U] View Abstract    Download Full Text


11.     Elechi Amadi’s “The Concubine”: Ethnomathematics Resource for Teaching Mathematics In Ikwerre Primary Schools; pp. 84-92; [Authors: Godwin Alo ODILI and Nchelem R OKPOBIRI] View Abstract  Download Full Text


12.     Application Of The Principles Of Natural Justice To Issues In University Governance; pp. 93-111 [Author: EDEKO, Sunday E.] View Abstract   Download Full Text


13.     The Effects Of The Attitudes Of Higher Level Education Teachers Towards Teaching In India; pp. 112-124; [Authors: GUPTA S.L; PRASAD Digamber; and, RAMACHANDARAN Anandhi] View Abstract  Download Full Text


14.     Prevailing Against The Odds Of Dropping Out Of Schools In Ghana; pp. 125-142; [Authors: Cynthia Akorfa SOTTIE, and Charles AWASU] View Abstract  Download Full Text


15.     Evaluation Of The European Union Micro Projects In Nigeria: The Case Of Educational Improvement In Cross River State, pp. 143-157; [Authors:  AGBOR, Uno Ijim; PETTERS, Janet S.; and OKON, Maureen Okang] View Abstract  Download Full Text  

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