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Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research

LIST OF ZJER ARTICLES: VOL 6 / 2 /1994 – VOL 11 / 3 / 1999

  • ZJER 6 / 2 /1994
    1. The paradox of financing university education in Uganda (F.O.Passi)
    2. A review of educational research priorities and problems in the Sub-Saharan region. (M.Peresuh)
    3. Facet and overall satisfaction with teaching and employment conditions of teachers in Zimbabwe. (T.J. Nhundu)
    4. A global classroom for the 21st century.(John and E. Mellott Driscoll)


  • ZJER 6 / 3/ 1994
    1. Head teachers’ perceptions of power bases: An empirical study about Swaziland. (Cisco Magagula)
    2. Can schools teach democracy? (Kola Babarinde)
    3. Does specializing in science significantly influence proficiency in process skills approach to teaching environmental science by trainee (Primary) teachers? (S.Mugandani & E.Gwimbi)
    4. Attempt at innovative teaching strategies such as small group instruction in primary schools in Chiduku area of Makoni district: problems and possible solutions. (Cribert Munetsi)
    5. Factors and determinants of primary teacher  effectiveness in Zimbabwe (B.R.S Chivore)


  • ZJER 7 / 1 / 1995
    1. Didactics of educational sciences: Curriculum and instruction and the search for an alternative paradigm for effective schools in a new South Africa. (K.P. Dzvimbo)
    2. Interaction of traditional socio-cultural variables with instructional ideology and knowledge of the nature of science: A review of the literature with implications for Zimbabwe (Overson Shumba)
    3. Teaching practice at the University of Namibia: Views from student teachers. (C.D. Kasanda)
    4. An analysis of the arguments for and against the use of corporal punishment in Zimbabwe’s secondary schools. (Fred Zindi).
    5. The outcomes and shortfalls of the audit literacy and post-literacy project of Zimbabwe 1987 – 1991)



  • ZJER 7 / 2 / 1995
    1. Indigenous Zimbabwean science teachers’ understanding of the nature of science relative to models of the nature of science relative to profiles of teachers in two countries. (Overson Shumba)
    2. Analysis of student-teacher interactions in primary school physics education classes in Nigeria.(Aminu Momodu)
    3. What are children’s (Mis) conceptions of fractions?(Ernesto V. Mandlate)
    4. Patterns of child sexual abuse in Zimbabwe: An overview. (Naia Khan)
    5. Colour preferences and usages among the illiterate in Zimbabwe. (Stanley T. Mpofu)


  • ZJER 7 / 3 / 1995
    1. Choice and perception of population education concepts: focus on Nigerian pre-service social studies teachers. (Biodun Ogunyemi)
    2. Science teachers’ assessment of the interaction of indigenous African culture with science education in Zimbabwe.(Overson Shumba)
    3. An assessment of the reliability of classroom tests used in environmental health training(Abednego Chigumbu)
    4. A survey of sigh language difference among deaf adults in Zimbabwe.(Robert Chimedza)
    5. Church and state partnership in African education in colonial Zimbabwe (Ben. J. Siyakwazi)


  • ZJER 8 / 1 / 1996
    1. Mainstream children’s attitudes towards integration with the disabled in Zimbabwe’s secondary schools.(Fred Zindi)
    2. Relevance of school education to employment: Expectations of employers in Harare. (Onward S. Mandebvu)
    3. Boys and girls in science: Does the Gender composition matter? (James A. Opare)
    4. Assessing gender factor in some secondary school mathematics textbooks in Nigeria. (O.A. Oyedeji)
    5. Education for all by the year 2000: Its feasibility in some countries in Africa: Can teacher education ensure quantity, quality and relevance for education in the year 2000?(Obert P. Ndawi)


  • ZJER 8 / 2 / 1996
    1. Follow up study of graduates I the Bachelor of Home Economics degree programme (Lois R. Mberengwa)
    2. Managing academic change at the University of Botswana. (Nessan J. Ronan).
    3. Towards an evaluation of language instructional materials within the context of Eastern and Sothern African languages: A theoretical perspective. (Munhuweyi Peresuh)
    4. Use of satellite imagery in interpreting environmental change: The case of Chivi communal lands. (Eric M. Gwimbi).


  • ZJER 8 / 3 / 1996
    1. The effects of preinstructional activities in enhancing learner recall and conceptual learning of prose materials for preservice teachers in Zimbabwe(Temba C. Bassoppo-Moyo)
    2. Namibian secondary school teachers’ perception of student misbehavior. (Roderick F. Zimba)
    3. The implication of some psychological theories to the improvement of teaching mathematics.(E.O. Oloyede)
    4. The issue of paradigms in educational research: Keeping the debate alive. (Cisco Magagula).
    5. Education in Zimbabwe, today and tomorrow: The case of Unhuist/Ubuntuist institutions of education in Zimbabwe. (Ngoni Makuvaza)



  • ZJER 9 / 1 / 1997
    1. Using the analysis of errors to improve student’s expression in the sciences. (Alison Love & Liliana Mammino)
    2. The fallacies of literacy campaigns: Reflections on the Zimbabwe National Literacy Campaign. (Stanley T. Mpofu)
    3. Questioning “Questioning” in Zimbabwean infant classes. (Chipo Dyanda)
    4. Research on school effectiveness on pupils’ achievement in developing countries with special references to Malawi: Some methodological issues. (Munhuweyi Peresuh & Chipo Kadzamira)
    5. Students’ evaluation of University lecturers: A critical Review. (Fred Zindi)


  • ZJER 9 / 2 / 1997
    1. Perceptions of the Zimbabwe merit pay system for school teachers: An exploratory study. (Elias Mpofu)
    2. Cells and histology in A-level Biology: A study of examination reports and the perceptions of teachers and pupils. (Eric Gwimbi).
    3. Teaching for excellence in the mathematics classroom: Views from Namibian teachers. (Choshi D. Kasanda)
    4. The practical geography kit’s influence in the teaching and learning of geography through field work. (Ernest M. Munowenyu)
    5. Language policy in Malawi. (Gregory H. Kamwendo)


  • ZJER 9 / 3 / 1997
    1. An appraisal of how register (Oral Communication) has been tested in Zimbabwe: A case study of the June and October /November examinations (1122/2) set for the period 1990 to 1996. (Muchadei A. Nyota)
    2. Resource teachers: conceptions of teaching and learning of a group of A-level science and mathematics teachers. (Scott Johnson)
    3. Map reading skills of prospective graduates of geography, Addis Ababa University: Some implications to teacher education.(Aklilu Dalelo)
    4. Democratization of governance in Tertiary institutions: A critical analysis of perceived involvement of the student union in the administration of institutions of Higher learning in Nigeria. (M.Olakekan Arikewuyo)
    5. Home economics or what? A historical perspective of home economics in Zimbabwe. (Lois R. Mberengwa)


  • ZJER 10 / 1 / 1998
    1. Teachers’ attitudinal variables in the implementation of the further-mathematics curriculum as correlates of students’ learning outcomes. (Alausa Yesir Adeleke)
    2. Arguments for and against university expansion in Zimbabwe.(Fred Zindi)
    3. Democratization of governance in Tertiary institutions: A critical analysis of perceived involvement of the student union in the administration of institutions of Higher learning in Nigeria. (M.Olakekan Arikewuyo)
    4. The ‘Good’ university teacher as perceived by the students. (Alec Ray Mlambo & Sesedzai Muriro)
    5. A comparative analysis of Bruner’s and Ausubel’s views on the learning process and their implications for Zimbabwe (Munhuweyi Peresuh)


  • ZJER 10 / 2 / 1998
    1. The influence of language assessment on language teaching methods. (L.B.M Nkosana)
    2. More explanation with less didacticism: A challenge for the contemporary shona novelist. (Emmanuel Chiwome)
    3. Performance ratings of supervisors in Nigerian universities: The subordinates’ views. (Maureen Koko))
    4. Performance management in the Zimbabwe civil service; a review. (Titus Chipangura & Nobert Musekiwa)
    5. Cost recovery and its implications for student teachers in government teacher education colleges in Zimbabwe. (E. Shizha)


  • ZJER 10 /3 / 1998
    1. A critical look at Garford’s AB AB AB approach to argumentative essay writing. (Juliet Thondhlana)
    2. Science students and the language problem: suggestions for a systematic approach. (Liliana Mammino)
    3. A study of the attitude of African parents in Masvingo district towards educational changes into Zimbabwe’s schools since independence.(T.D. Mushoriwa)
    4. Developing entrepreneurship through education in Southern Africa. (Nessan Ronan)
    5. Edward W, Blyden and the west African University: Race, mission and education. (J.Hanciles)


  • ZJER 11 / 1 / 1999
    1. Codeswitching in mathematics lessons in Zimbabwe. (Ruth Dube & Alice Cleghorn)
    2. Rural-urban differences in breast-feeding and feeding practices of children by black Zimbabwean parents. (S.Nyagura)
    3. Post-primary educational and training opportunities for adults in Harare. (Masimba Vengesa & Patricia Zinyama)
    4. The need to offer basic vocational education in Zimbabwe’s secondary schools. (Ernest M. Munowenyu)
    5. Teacher education courses in relation to preparation for teaching practice: Views from student teachers. (Alois S. Chiromo)


  • ZJER 11 / 2 / 1999
    1. Stress in the teaching profession: A comparative study of the sources, incidence and severity of occupational stress of teachers and head teachers in Zimbabwe.(Tichatonga J. Nhundu)
    2. Integrating language and culture in second language teaching-some examples from the shona. (Juliet Thondlana)
    3. Sex education in Zimbabwean schools: A case study of Houghton Primary school. (Pillimon Mapfumo)
    4. Namibian students conception of discipline.(Fred Fulata Zimba, Rehabeam Katengela Auala & Alette Scott)
    5. The effectiveness of special classes on the performance of slow learners in mathematics in primary schools in Masvingo region, Zimbabwe.(Regis Urombo).


  • ZJER 11 / 3 / 1999
    1. Educating individuals to become effective members of our changing society. (H.Pillay)
    2. Education with Entrepreneurship: A study of student Entrepreneurship at the University of Zimbabwe. (F. Maphosa).
    3. Examining classroom discourse in an oral programme at a special school for deaf students in Zimbabwe. (R.Chimedza).
    4. University students perception of the course they take and their expectations of the workplace: The case or Ergeton University, Kenya.(S.W. Wachanga, B.N. Githua & F.N. Keraro)
    5. The process of institutionalizing an in-service support system for advanced level science and mathematics teachers in Zimbabwe.(E. Mushayikwa, D. Mtetwa, T. Mukono, K. Ncube and E. Tambo)


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