African Journal of
Educational Management, Teaching and Entrepreneurship Studies

  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2736-0261
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJEMATES
  • Start Year: 2020

AJEMATES Articles in press

Environmental Factors And The Formation Of Students’ Entrepreneurial Intentions: Perspectives From Zambia

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The purpose of this study was to establish the influence of entrepreneurial environmental factors on the formation of students’ entrepreneurial intention. To address and answer the research question which reads: “To what extent do entrepreneurial environmental factors in the form of innovativeness, proactivity and entrepreneurship education affect the formation of student’s entrepreneurial intentions” The conceptual model...

Author(s):Clement Mwaanga, Richard Shambare, Van Zyl Cina

Effect of School Administrators’ Conflict Management Strategies on Academic Staff Job Performance in State’s Tertiary Institutions, Adamawa State - Nigeria

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This study examined the effect of school administrators’ conflict management strategies on academic staff job performance in state owned tertiary institutions in Adamawa state. The purpose of the study was to examine the causes of conflict, conflict management strategies and the effect of conflict on academic staff job performance in the Adamawa state owned tertiary institutions using descriptive survey research design....

Author(s):Kwaji Tizhe Takwate

21ST Century Skills and the Role of Information Communication Technologies (ICTS) in Nairobi, Kenya

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Information Communication Technology has been identified as an important tool in the development of relevant skills in the 21st century. The development of technology along with the internet and the increased access to ICTs have played a major role in influencing how people work, live and engage in leisure as these spheres of human life increasingly become interconnected due to digitization. In this respect, this paper...

Author(s):George Oruta Meroka

Examination Malpractices, Management Styles And Academic Performance: The Case Of The University Of Bamenda

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The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between examination malpractices, management styles and academic performance of students of the University of Bamenda. Research questions and hypotheses were stated and tested. The research made use of a descriptive research design while making use of the questionnaire to be able to obtain information from the respondents. A sample of 700 students were...

Author(s):Tayong Desmond Mimba

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