African Journal of
Educational Management, Teaching and Entrepreneurship Studies

  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2736-0261
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJEMATES
  • Start Year: 2020
  • Published Articles: 20


Environmental factors and the formation of students’ entrepreneurial intentions: Perspectives from Zambia

October 2022

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...

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

Leadership styles of head teachers’ and job satisfaction perceived by Ghanaian public basic school teachers

June 2022

In a school setting, apart from teaching and learning, school leadership is seen as one of the critical ingredients for successful schools. Based on this proposition, the study sought to examine the relationship between head teachers’ leadership styles and job satisfaction as perceived by public basic school teachers in Kwabre East Municipal, Ghana. Specifically, the study was conducted to determine the...

Author(s): Raphael Kwasi Dzakpasu, Francis Amankwah,  Daniel Konin and Barbanas Addai Amanfo  

Motivation of public teachers and college instructors/professors: A basis for faculty development program

February 2022

This study sought to describe the level of motivation of 148 public secondary and tertiary teachers which served as a basis for a faculty development program at San Mariano, Isabela, Philippines. This study used quantitative-descriptive survey research design. Survey questionnaires were used to gather data. Purposive sampling procedure was employed. In order to analyze the data, frequency and percentage distributions,...

Author(s): Jaypee A. Zipagan  

The education manager in the covid-19 era: Dilemma to responsiveness and continuity of education

December 2021

This paper discusses the challenges facing the educational manager in the era of Covid-19, which has not only disrupted education activities but also depleted actors of their economic prowess.  The paper further examines specific education challenges, including; Syllabi circumvention, remodeled education calendar, declining students’ morality, disengaged staff and students as they diverted in search of...

Author(s): Maria Kaguhangire-Barifaijo, Rose B. Namara and Jude Rwemisisi  

The hidden curriculum

November 2021

Nowadays, in schools, students seem to gain much knowledge on the topics that are not included in the official statements of the course guides. Learning that contains information, beliefs, and the ways of behaving in the society relates to a hidden curriculum of schooling which is contrasted with the formal one. It is determined as the lesson conducted informally and usually unintentionally in a school system. The...

Author(s): Sameer Abuzandah  

Linking excessive use of social media with academic performance: A study of undergraduate students in public sector universities of Pakistan

October 2021

The fundamental purpose of this study was to check the impact of excessive use of social media on academic performance by introducing technostress as a mediator and tie strength as a moderator between excessive use of social media and academic performance. Cross-sectional study was conducted through questionnaire from 294 university students in Pakistan about their usage of social media. Findings showed that social...

Author(s): Arif Gulfam  

Social skills levels for homeschooling students compared to public school students

May 2021

In the United Sates, the use of education has been evolving in accordance with the needs of society. The primary role of education in the 20th century ranged from instructing the youth in various religious doctrines as well as preparing them to live independently. Schooling has also been critical in assimilating immigrants into the mainstream society as well as preparing workers for industrialization in the 20th...

Author(s): Sameer Abuzandah

Effective financial resources management for school improvement and development in Uganda

May 2021

This paper sought to explore the extent to which financial resources can be managed and optimized to foster school improvement and development in Uganda. The research questions aimed at investigating the nature and amount of the governments' and parents' contributions, how financial resources are optimized to achieve school budgetary objectives, and its effect on school developments such as the provision of...

Author(s): Tomusange Robert,  Muweesi Charles and Kyagaba Aisha

Alternative Sources of Funding Secondary Education in Enugu Education Zone

May 2020

The study focused on alternative sources of funding secondary education in Enugu education zone. Two research questions and two hypotheses were stated to guide the study. The population for the study comprised all the 291 Principals (184 Urban 107 Rural) in public secondary school in Enugu education zone. A stratified random sampling technique was used in the selection of 61 urban principals and 55 rural principals (116...

Author(s): AMAECHINA, Uche Obumneme, OBIOHA, Jane Onyinyechi, OBIOHA, Kingsley Chukwu

  • Article Number: 8618EBA66448

Managing Relationship between Over-Schooling and Students’ Achievement in Curriculum Content of Junior Secondary Education

May 2020

In teaching and learning, the teacher is seen as playing the crucial role of harnessing all resources for classroom successes. Improper harnessing of resources could lead to failure, which is a serious issue in education today. The study anchored on the relationship between over schooling (caused by career choice, curriculum overload, and parenting style) and students’ achievement in curriculum content of Junior...

Author(s): OGBA, Francisca N.

  • Article Number: 9F5F89666451

Principals’ Auditing Practices as Predictors of Teachers’ Job Involvement in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

May 2020

The main purpose of this study was to ascertain the extent principals’ auditing practices predict teachers’ job involvement in secondary schools. One research question and one hull hypothesis guided the study. It was carried out in Anambra State using co-relational research design. All the six education zones in the State were covered. The population of the study was made up of 6,342 public secondary school...

Author(s): Okeke Ifediorah Nonyem  and Okaforcha Choice Chimaa

  • Article Number: 3165FD566392

Problem of Teaching and Learning of English Language as a Second Language in Secondary Schools in Ankpa LocalGovernment Area of Kogi State

May 2020

This study focused on the challenges of teaching and learning of English Language as a second language in Nigeria secondary schools (a case study of selected secondary schools inAnkpa Local Government Area of Kogi State). The study was guided by two research objectives and they sought to determine the extent teaching strategies adopted by teachers militate against the study of English Language; and to ascertain the...

Author(s): Obiakor, Mariagoretti Ijeoma and Malu, Doris

  • Article Number: CE0997666442

Relationship between Teachers’ Classroom Arrangement and Students’ Discipline in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

May 2020

The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between teachers’ classroom arrangement and students’ discipline in secondary schools. One research question and one hypothesis guided the study. It was a co-relational study carried out in Anambra State. Both public and private secondary schools in the 6 education zones of the state were studied. The population of the study comprised 3395 teachers...

Author(s): Florence Ukamaka Akudo

  • Article Number: BDDFC7566440

Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Development of Students in College of Education Billiri, Gombe State

May 2020

Cross sectional survey research design was used. The population consisted of all the final year students of College of Education Billiri. The study sets out to lay emphasis on how entrepreneurship education can increase employment, productivity and create wealth via implementation of entrepreneurship education in all institutions and at all levels of learning in Nigeria. Three research questions were developed for the...

Author(s): MATTHEW Muazu James, HARUNA Fumen Dowchem, AMEH Moses Edoka and MAISAMARI Mirma Abare

  • Article Number: 8DB2B9366436

Impact of Classroom Size on Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Enugu North Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria

May 2020

The main purpose of this study is to examine the impact of classroom size on academic performance of secondary school students in Nigeria. The specific objectives studied include the following: To investigate the effect of class size on the educational performance of secondary school students, to determine the extent to which the class size affects the manner in which teaching and learning is mediated in secondary...

Author(s): OBIAKOR, Mariagoretti Ijeoma and OGUEJIOFFOR, Chidumebi Ngozi

  • Article Number: 765CF8966410

Investigation of Guidance and Counselling Services in Junior Secondary Schools in Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State

May 2020

The main purpose of this study was to investigate guidance and counselling services in Junior Secondary Schools in Idemili South Local Government Area. A descriptive survey design was adopted. Four research questions guided the study. A 3-3 item structured questionnaire was designed and adopted for the study. Mean and standard deviation were used to analyze the data collected. The conclusion was that certain factors...

Author(s): Egenti Uju P.

  • Article Number: 5F1AE2466408

Influence of Principal-Teachers’ Conflict on Teachers’ Job Performance in Imo State

May 2020

This study investigated influence of principal-teachers’ conflict on teachers job performance in Imo State with emphasis in Ideato North Local Government Area (L.G.A) of Imo State. Two research questions guided the study. The design adopted for the study was descriptive survey research design. The population of the study constituted 221 teachers in nine (9) public secondary schools in the L.G.A. The sample of the...

Author(s): Ekweogu, Loveline Benataokwu

  • Article Number: DAB9CF166405

Educational Administration and Exploring New Trends in the Funding Strategies for Improving Entrepreneurship Education for Sustainable National Development

May 2020

This study investigated the educational administration and exploring of new trends in the funding strategies for improving entrepreneurship education for sustainable national development. The study was a descriptive survey guided by 2 research questions. 1139 respondents selected randomly from the population of 2379 head teachers and teachers using the stratified and simple random sampling technique respectively. An...

Author(s): Offem, Odim Otu and Ononiwu, Pauline Ndidi

  • Article Number: 15C961C66401

Management Information Systems (MIS) Data Collection Methods for University Administrators’ Decision-Making Process in South East Nigeria Universities

May 2020

The specific design was a panel study used to determine the Management Information Systems (MIS) data collection methods for university administrators’ decision-making process in South East Nigeria universities. This study was conducted in the ten public universities in South-East, Nigeria. One research question and one hypothesis guided the study. The design of the study was a survey research. The population of...

Author(s): Isaac N. Nwankwo, Anthony C. Ugwude and Doris I. Ugwude

  • Article Number: 167C2B466396

Teachers-Students Relationship in Classroom as Predictor of Quality Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

May 2020

The main purpose of this study was to determine the extent teachers-students relationship in classroom predict quality teaching and learning. One research question guided the study. It was carried out in Anambra State and the co-relational research design was adopted. All the six education zones in the State were covered. The population of the study was made up of 6,342 respondents while the sample was 634 public...

Author(s): Uba Mercy Benedette Ifeoma

  • Article Number: A3CA7E366394

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