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Jun 20, 2022Open    Access

Mobile Banking Adoption among Undergraduate Students in Kuwait University

Salha Alghareeb
The purpose of this study was to investigate the applicability of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) factors of usability and ease of use as possible indicators for the adoption of mobile banking services among undergraduate students at Kuwait University. The survey instrument contained validated statements from a variety of sources. The questionnaire was administered to a convenient sample of 300 students studying in classes after seeking the consent of respective instructors teaching in those c...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

May 27, 2021Open    Access

Domino Effect of Coronavirus in Nigeria. An Overview of the Socioeconomic, Religious and Educational Perspectives

Abinotami Williams Ebuete, Okpoebi Kenneth Berezi, Lucky E. Ndiwari, Standfast Isiya
The human history has recorded that in every 100 years a new pandemic will erupt to rocked control the human race from over population, changing the courses of history and signaling the end of entire civilization. Today the world is at halt and its economic, socio-cultural, religious, political, scientific and technological myth is degenerating amidst the advent of a novel pandemic (COVID-19). This study therefore, investigated the effect of COVID-19 in terms of economic, socio-cultural, educati...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Apr 30, 2021Open    Access

Separation of Judiciary and Judicial Independence in Bangladesh: An Appraisal

Mohammad Abdul Hannan, Md. Arifuzzaman
Judiciary is not only confined to be an organ like executive and legislature but also something more. It is the last hope and aspiration to restore the rights of citizen in a country. But this judiciary cannot act to restore these rights unless and until it is free from any undue influence and interference of any other organ. Therefore, it is an obvious need that the judiciary should be separated in the true sense to perform its functions independently which is the main object of the judiciary. ...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Apr 26, 2021Open    Access

Synchronous Versus Asynchronous: Pre-Service Teachers’ Performance in Science Formative Assessment Tests

Philip Dorsah, Abdul-Ganiu Alhassan
The purpose of the study was to assess the performance of pre-service teachers in three science formative assessment tests in an online learning environment. The participants consisted of 138 pre-service teachers (57 participated in synchronous session and 81 participated in asynchronous sessions). The study used a quasi-experimental design, non-equivalent groups post-test only. Tests were used to collect the data: Energy Concept Test (ECT), Teaching Energy Concept Test (TECT) and Basic Electron...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 31, 2021Open    Access

Experience and Expectations of Prefects on Compliance with Registration Standards for First-Year Learners of Nursing Schools in the City of Mbujimayi/DRC

Valentin Kabambi Bukasa, Jean Paul Mbikayi Muya, Jeanne Beatrice Kaseka Cisuaka, John Willy Mpiana Baloji, Aldrin Mays Luiyanga Bin Dikuyi, Chris Kabanga Mukanya, Kabeya Kalala, Jean Pierre Kuonyi Mukendi, Jean Pierre Kufua Katukumbanyi, Etienne Tshibanda Tshibanda, Emmanuel Mpetemba Mubala, Jean Christophe Bukasa Tshilonda
Introduction: The goal of this work is to understand the experience on the respect of the standards of registration of the learners in first nurse with the prefects in order to make proposals for the improvement of conditions of registration in relation to the prescribed standards. Method: The study is qualitative. The method used in this study was phenomenological. The data were collected cross-sectionally using a recording device. This data collection concerned 8 prefects of nursing schools in...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 31, 2021Open    Access

The New Syllabi for Cameroon Secondary Education: A Description of the Organisation of Salient Elements.

Fedelis Alemnge
This study sets out to describe the new secondary school syllabi that came into use in Cameroon in the 2014/2015 academic year superseding the syllabuses that had been in use in the past thirty years. The present syllabi have been created to reflect the national and international learning needs in terms of knowledge, know-how and attitudes. Cast in the Competency Based Approach to teaching and learning, it draws from the vision of education contained in the Education for All goals (EFA) ,Jomti...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 31, 2021Open    Access

The Impact of Teaching Methods and Materials on the Teaching of Citizenship Education in Cameroon: A Study of Case Schools in Buea Municipality

Fedelis Lekeaka Alemnge, Betrine Anyere Andongaba
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of methods and materials on the teaching of Citizenship Education in Secondary Schools in the Buea Municipality. Two research questions were formulated to guide the study: To find out how teaching methods influence the teaching of citizenship, and how the use of instructional materials influence the teaching of citizenship in secondary schools in Buea Municipality. The study adopted a qualitative approach, using the multiple case study desi...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 30, 2021Open    Access

How to Use Modern Teaching Methods to Cultivate Students’ Autonomous Learning Ability

Weili Su
Starting with Modern Educational Technology, this paper discusses how to use modern teaching methods to explore new teaching ways and teaching methods to improve students’ autonomous learning ability, including updating teaching contents, using network resources to expand students’ horizons, enhancing the students’ subjectivity, experience and interest in classroom activities and changing the teachers’ role orientation.
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 25, 2021Open    Access

Teachers’ Perceptions and Use of Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning: Kadjimi Circuit, Kavango West, Namibia

Iyaloo N. Waiganjo
The study aimed to describe how secondary teachers in rural arears integrate technology into education and also to gain an insight on their perception and attitudes towards the integration of technology into teaching and learning. This research used a qualitative case study research design, to describe secondary school teachers’ viewpoints. Convenient sampling method and Focus Group Discussion were used to collect data from twenty-four (24) teachers in Kandimi Circuit. The study stipulated that ...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Feb 26, 2021Open    Access

Spending Habits of Public School Teachers in Palayan City

Fhrizz S. De Jesus, Margie B. De Jesus
As the salary rise for teachers has been an on-going issue, the researchers studied the spending habits of the teaching personnel and their reasons in borrowing money from financing institutions. This study was conducted in twenty-two public schools in Palayan City with a total of one hundred seventy-seven teaching personnel as respondents. Descriptive research was used in this study through survey questionnaire and interview method in order to reveal the relationship between variables and to an...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021


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