African Journal of
Educational Management, Teaching and Entrepreneurship Studies

  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2736-0261
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJEMATES
  • Start Year: 2020
  • Published Articles: 19

Table of Content: September-December 2021; 2(2)

October 2021

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

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  

November 2021

The hidden curriculum

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  

December 2021

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

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