Science Journal of Education

Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022

  • Digital Leadership and Communication Styles on Public Primary School Teachers Job Performance in Nigeria

    Chinenye Christiana Obadimeji, Afolakemi Olasumbo Oredein

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 1-11
    Received: Oct. 24, 2021
    Accepted: Nov. 25, 2021
    Published: Jan. 08, 2022
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    Abstract: Teachers’ job performance has not being encouraging especially during this era which could be determined by so many factors. Researchers have work on some factors, but much work has not been done on digital leadership and communication styles. A bid to determine public primary school teachers’ job performance in Oyo State led to this study. To choo... Show More
  • Information and Communications Technology in Education for Persons with Special Needs (ICTEPSN)

    Olutomisin Orogbemi, Margaret Uzor, Adeyemi Oduwale

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 12-17
    Received: May 01, 2021
    Accepted: May 24, 2021
    Published: Jan. 28, 2022
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    Abstract: Education is a prerequisite to and national development. The level of availability and use of information and communications technology (ICT) in Nigeria school settings, particular, for persons (children and adults) with special needs education. The paper investigates the level of using ICT for the development of persons with special needs to meet ... Show More
  • Graffiti and Discursive Legitimacy: The Politics of Spatiality and Agency in Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Student Graffiti in Zimbabwean High Schools

    Hugh Mangeya

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 18-27
    Received: Jan. 03, 2022
    Accepted: Jan. 18, 2022
    Published: Feb. 09, 2022
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    Abstract: The article explores how issues of spatiality and agency are implicated in the construction of teachers’ attitudes on the occurrence of graffiti within the Zimbabwe school system. Graffiti is an important third space in the education system that is, however, negatively conceptualised by both the teaching staff and school authorities, alike. Teacher... Show More
  • Formative Assessment as the Path to a Higher Quality of Knowledge

    Mojca Mihelic, Eva Zore

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 28-33
    Received: Dec. 02, 2021
    Accepted: Jan. 08, 2022
    Published: Feb. 09, 2022
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    Abstract: Formative assessment of students' knowledge is seen as the bridge between the learning and teaching process. It mainly involves providing feedback and developing the student's ability to self-evaluate. In essence, the teacher shifts from the role of knowledge provider to the role of a guide through the learning process. Formative assessment increas... Show More
  • An Open eLearning Platform for Robotics Training (OpenPLeRobot Project)

    George Koutras, Aggeliki Psycharaki, Themistoklis Koutsouras, Christos Koutras

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 34-38
    Received: Dec. 22, 2021
    Accepted: Jan. 15, 2022
    Published: Feb. 09, 2022
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    Abstract: In Greece, educational robotics does not have the impact observed in other countries, mainly because of the limited number of structures that offer educational robotics courses, the cost of participation, the cost of robotic packages and the lack of time of young students combined with the inability to move independently. OpenPLeRobot project promo... Show More
  • Impact of COVID-19 on the Right to Education of Labour of Tea Gardens in India: A Study on Western Duars Region

    Anil Kumar Biswas

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2022
    Pages: 39-48
    Received: Jan. 05, 2022
    Accepted: Jan. 24, 2022
    Published: Feb. 16, 2022
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    Abstract: Human society is facing serious challenges due to outbreak of COVID-19. Education is one of the basic human rights, paralyzed due to the feared situation. 1.6 billion students across world were forced to confined home and 25 crore students from 15.5 lakh schools in India have been affected due to the pandemic. Students from vulnerable communities e... Show More