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Sept. 2013 Vol. 3(7)

Table of Contents: September 2013; Vol. 3(7)


Research Article

 

Ndhlula Douglas
Short-Changing the System: Putting Young Children’s Health on the Blocks
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 297-300

 

Mhishi Misheck, Pedzisai Ezra, Edward Mandoga
Geographic Literacy and World Knowledge amongst Open Distance Learning Students in Zimbabwe
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 301-309 

 

Cathrine Ngwaru
Pre-Service Student Teacher Practices in the Teaching of English as a Second Language: Experiences, Opportunities and Challenges
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 310-317 

 

Jongore Magret, Prof. Chipo Chirimuuta, Crispen Bhukuvhani and Dorcas Zuvalinyenga

The Zimbabwean First Languages seem to be slowly Dying a Natural Death: A Case of University Student’s Academic Writing
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 318-325 

 

Albert Mufanechiya
The Relevance of Internal and External Examinations in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools: The Quality Dilemma
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 326-331 

 

Tafara Mufanechiya, Albert Mufanechiya
The Implementation of ‘A’ Level English Language and Communication Skills in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools: The Relevance Issue
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 332-335 

 

Dr M. Kurebwa, Dr L.T. Nyaruwata
Assessment Challenges in the Primary Schools: A Case of Gweru Urban Schools
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 336-344

 

Prof. Tichaona Mapolisa and Thembinkosi Tshabalala (Dr)
The Potentials of Information and Communication Technology in the Department of Teacher Development: Zimbabwe Open University’s Post Graduate Diploma in Education Students’ Perceptions
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 345-353

 

Tichaona Mapolisa, Thembinkosi Tshabalala
Instructional Supervisory Practices of Zimbabwean School Heads
[Abstract]   [Full Article - PDF]  pp. 354-362

 

 

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