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African Researchers

Kinde Getachew Abebe

Abstract

Improving Self-Efficacy and Academic Performance in Applied Mathematics II through Innovative Classroom Based Strategy: the Case of First Year Engineering Students at Jimma University, Ethiopia

BIRHANU ASFAW

 BIRHANU ASFAW, born in Ethiopia, currently carrying his research at Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia) on the topic of Modularization in Ethiopian Higher Education Institutions: Theory and Practice. Read more

 

SIKIRU ADEKOLA BABARINDE

Born in Nigeria, currently carrying his research at the University of Ibadan (Nigeria) on the topic of Modelling New Faculty Development  Programme on the Effectiveness of Competency Based Education (CBE) Approach in a Sociology of Education Course

MELANIE BERNADETTE LUCKAY
  •  University of the Western Cape
  •  Robert Sobukwe Road, 7535, Bellville
  •  https://www.uwc.ac.za
  •  mluckay@uwc.ac.za

Born in South Africa, currently carrying her research at the University of the Western Cape (South Africa) on the topic of The development and validation of an assessment tool to determine final year teacher education competencies at the end of the programme

AHMED ELGOHARY
  •  Egypt - Japan University of Science and Technology
  •  P.O. Box 179, New Borg El-Arab City Postal Code 21934 Alexandria
  •  ww.ejust.edu.eg
  •  ahmed.elgohary@eju

ww.ejust.edu.eg

 

President of Egypt Japan University of Science and technology (E-JUST)

Johnson Muchunguzi ISHENGOMA
  •  UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
  •  P.O. Box 35091 DAR ES SALAAM
  •  www.udsm.ac.tz
  •  johnz1958@gmail.com, jishengoma@hotmail.com

Presentation

Born in Tanzania, currently carrying his research at the University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) on the topic of Incorporation of the Tuning Approach in public higher education curriculum reforms in Tanzania

VENANT KAYIBANDA

VENANT KAYIBANDA, born in Rwanda, currently carrying his research at the University of Yaounde I on the topic of Evaluation of the impact produced by the Tuning projects at the level of two countries: Cameroon and Rwanda. Case Study: Programmes of Mechanical Engineering Of ENSP (University of Yaounde1) and CST (University of Rwanda)

Peter Antonio Kwaira

Abstract
StudentsApplyingTheirKnowldgeOfMaterialScienceInProblem-Solving:Implicationsforcompetencebased-learning at the University of Zimbabwe

Matete MADIBA
  •  University of Pretoria
  •  cnr Lynnwood Road and Roper Street Hatfield Pretoria
  •  www.up.ac.za
  •  matete.madiba@up.ac.za

Director: Student Affairs

 

MATETE MADIBA, born in South Africa, currently carrying her research at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) on the topic of Evaluating the impact of the Tuning Africa Project in the Education Subject Area

ALLAN MUSONDA

Born in Zambia, currently carrying his research at the Copperbelt University (Zambia) on the topic of Algebraic Competencies and Emotional Intelligence of First Year Bachelor of Science Education Students at Copperbelt University in Zambia

Anthony Mugagga MUWAGGA

Abstract

The Tuning method and its implications for Uganda University curricula, competences and skills

Associated professor

Staff Role: Academic
Department: Foundations and Curriculum Studies
Website: College of Education and External Studies
 

Lazarus Nabaho
  •  Uganda Management Institute

Abstract

Developing Generic Competences in Life Sciences: The Untold Story of Makerere University College of Health Sciences in Uganda

Adams Otuoze Onuka
  •  University of Ibadan
  •   ibadan

Abstract

Compentences Based Assessment Of Instrumenation Course In Educational Research And Evaluation
Masaaki Suzuki
  •  Egypt - Japan University of Science and Technology
  •  P.O. Box 179, New Borg El-Arab City Postal Code 21934 Alexandria
  •  ww.ejust.edu.eg

Abstract

Establishment of a New Undergraduate Program "Mechatronics"  in E-JUST

Vice president of the universityice president of the university

Mohamadou Sy
  •  Institut Supérieur de Développement Local

Abstract

The improved student-centred E-learning Approach: the experience of ISDL