Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1957

Table of Content: September 2006; 1(6)

September 2006

Learning Traditions and Teachers Role: The Indian Perspective

In this paper, the authors discuss about the Indian learning traditions and the role played by teachers in imparting education. They discuss the efforts played by government in enhancing education, Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs) contribution in spreading literacy, various learning traditions from past to present such as Gurukula, Kautilya, participative learning. Further, they highlighted the educational...

Author(s): Seema Dogra and Anjali Gulati

September 2006

Gender differences in achievement in calculating reacting masses from chemical equations among secondary school students in Makurdi Metropols

Over the years there exists gender inequality in science achievement among senior secondary school students the world over. It is observed that the males score higher than the females in science and science- related examinations. This has created a big psychological alienation or depression in the minds of female students towards science and science- related subjects. This paper attempted to find out if sex differences...

Author(s): JOEL O. Eriba, SESUGH ANDE

September 2006

Students’ Attitudes toward Campus Environment: A Comparative study of Public and Private Universities in Kenya

One of the serious problems facing education in Kenya’s public universities has been a persistent student disturbance. Private universities on the other hand, seem to have established a reputation of having minimal incidence of student disturbances. As such private universities are known to have had a good record of student conduct. This may be attributed to the attitudes that students hold towards their Campus...

Author(s): Micah C. Chepchieng, Joel K. Kiboss, Aggrey Sindabi, Mary. W. Kariuki and Stephen, N. Mbugua

September 2006

Crossing traditional boundaries: How do practitioners and university faculty describe their experience with educational research literature?

For many years, university based educational research has been blamed for being dominated by positivistic research tradition at the near exclusion of field based ethnographic work. Several findings have also portrayed this domination among the major explanations for practitioners’ lack of interest in educational research literature.  With the recent popularity of qualitative work in the educational research...

Author(s): Abebayehu A. Tekleselassie

September 2006

Dynamics of internet usage: A case of students of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) Nigeria

The survey was conducted in the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Nigeria with a view to identifying the rate and purpose of Internet use by students in other to be well positioned to provide effective Internet services to them. Questionnaire was randomly distributed to 1200 students in their hostels out of which 67.66% was returned. The results were collated and analyzed using tables, frequency and...

Author(s): Chinwe V. Anunobi