Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1956

Table of Content: August 2008; 3(8)

August 2008

Effect of using mathematics laboratory in teaching mathematics on the achievement of mathematics students

  The study investigated the effect of using mathematics laboratory in teaching on students’ achievement in Junior Secondary School Mathematics. A total of 100 JS 3 Mathematics students were involved in the study. The study is a quasi-experimental research. Results were analyzed using mean, standard deviation and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). From the findings, it was observed that the use of...

Author(s): Ebele C. Okigbo and Abigail M. Osuafor

August 2008

Transition from higher education to employment: A case study of graduates of faculty of social sciences University of Botswana

  This study presents the opinions of a stratified sample of 542 graduates of the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Botswana on their transition from higher education to employment and the extent to which the job held are appropriate to the level of education attained. The study revealed that the mean transition time for all the graduates was 4.6 months with a standard deviation of 0.19 months while...

Author(s): Njoku O. Ama

August 2008

Personality variables as correlates of marital adjustment among married persons in Delta State of Nigeria

  This study examined the extent to which emotional expression, communication flow, financial management and work involvement predict marital adjustment among married persons in Delta State, Nigeria. One question was raised and one hypo-thesis was formulated to guide the study. 2561 married persons were selected through the use of purposive sampling technique to participate in the study. Data were gathered...

Author(s): E.E. Ebenuwa-Okoh

August 2008

Teachers’ Changing roles in computer assisted roles in Kenyan secondary schools

  The use of computer technology in Kenyan schools is a relatively new approach that is currently being included in the school curriculum. The introduction of computer technology for use in teaching does not always seem to be accepted outright by most teachers. The purpose of the study reported in this paper was to investigate the teachers’ changing roles in double entry lessons that involved the use of a...

Author(s): Edward K. Tanui, Joel K. Kiboss Aggrey A. Walaba and Dankit Nassiuma