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Class Size And Learning Outcomes: Perceptions Of In - Service Teachers
(Researchjournali's Journal of Education, 2016-01)
Achieving quality learning outcomes within the education system in Kenya remains an elusive goal for educationists. Many strategic plans have been drafted and action plans implemented, but the aspiration remains a mirage. ...
The Teaching Methods Used in Universities in Rwanda and their Effect on the Students’ Academic Performance
(World Journal of Educational Research, 2016-06)
Over a long period, the education in Rwanda had been French. This has been changing systematically but with quality related challenges. The study was an experiment designed to test how teaching methods related to the academic ...
UNDERSCORING PAULO FREIRE’S FREEDOM AS ESSENCE OF EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE IN KENYA
(Beder Scientific Journal of Education Sciences, 2016-04-30)
In its endeavor to make education relevant to the needs of the Kenyan people, educational reforms could perhaps underscore Paulo Freire’s concept of banking education. Freire articulates the banking concept of education ...