Research Papers/Topics in Education Technology

Parents' and Teachers' Roles on Improving Entrepreneurial Skills Acquisition for Self-Reliance Among Business Education Students in Colleges of Education in Enugu State

This study was on parents ‘and teachers’ roles on improving entrepreneurial skills acquisition for self-reliance among business education students in colleges of education in Enugu state. Two specific purposes and two research questions guided the study.  Descriptive survey design was adopted for the study. The area of the study was the State and Federal owned colleges of education in Enugu State. The population of the study comprised 66 business educators in the institutions. Four-point...

Bulk Sms Management System

AbstractThe use of uncensored customized sender IDs both numerical and alpha has been a big challenge to the Bulk SMS business since the year begun. This resulted into telecom companies blocking these bulk SMS companies from reaching their clients. For that matter, we embarked on this research using the following methods; one shot survey, questionnaires and interviews to find out whether this was a general challenge. We carried out our research on 50 people and 90% of our&...

AN ELECTRONIC PATIENTS HEALTH RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM A CASE STUDY OF KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY CLINIC

ABSTRACTThe aim of this project was to computerize patients’ health records system. KampalaInternational University Clinic was used as a case study. The existing system was found to becompletely manual faced with numerous problems like duplication, loss of records, huge storagespace and time consuming.An investigation was carried out to establish how the existing system functions and what itsproblems were. To help in investigation, the interviews, observation and questionnaires wereused in ...

A TEAM BASED COLLABORATIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE TOOL A CASE STUDY OF MTN UGANDA VALUE ADDED SERVICES APPLICATIONS SECTION

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION ............................................................................................................................. .iAPPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... iiDEDICATION ............................................................................................................................... iiiACIZNOWLEGEMENT ..........................................

Attitude of Teachers’ to ICT use for Teaching English

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study   In the current era, information spreads rapidly and this makes it easy to access the information. Development of information technologies surely has a great contribution on this. Information technologies making a rapid progress especially at the end of twentieth century started to assert itself in educational field in addition to all fields (Sahin & Akeay, 2011). Integration of technology with lectures has become inevitable for effective ...

Orphans And Performance In Primary School,Nguni Zone Mwingi District In Kenya.

ABSTRACT This study was to investigate the performance of orphan learners in all primary school in Nguni District, Eastern Province, Kenya The researcher used quantitative approach for the study. The method involves collecting of the data using questionnaire. The researcher chose this method because it was easy to analyse in table. The researcher collected information from groups of people. The group of people was selected to represent the total population. The researcher used survey design. ...

Integration Of Information, Communication And Technology In Teaching And Learning Of Physics In Secondary Schools In Tigania West Sub-County, Kenya

ABSTRACT This research investigates the extent to which teachers and students of physics utilize ICT as a pedagogical tool in secondary schools in Tigania West District. The development of this study was influenced by various concerns of educational stakeholders about the ICT integration in schools and the competence on the use of ICT as a pedagogical tool. Using constructive theory as a theoretical eye, a survey was carried out in twelve schools that were purposively selected from 40 school...

Play And Its Effects On Early Childhood Education A Case Study Of Kibuye Primary School Maranda Division, Bondo District, Kenya

ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to investigate the importance of playing on the early childhood education in Kibuye primary school, Maranda Division, Bondo District, Kenya The specific objectives of the study were to determine the profile of the respondents in regards to: age, gender and academic level, to investigate the importance of playing in regards to academic achievements, problem solving, social and egoistic competence confidence building and health development and to identi...

The Teacher's Code Of Conduct And Attitude, Performance In Selected Primary Schools In Jinja District

ABSTRACT The study investigated the attitude and performance of the teachers in selected Primary Schools in Jinja District. In a bid to propose an enhancement code of conduct programme. The study was carried out in selected Primary Schools in Jinja District. The specific objectives of the study were to establish whether the teachers' profession code of conduct has an impact on the attitude and performance of teaches, to find out how the attitude of teachers towards teaching affects thei...

The Impact Of School Feeding Program In Odupi Subcounty, Arua District

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of school feeding programs in Odupi Sub-county in Arua District. The specific objectives of the study were to examine the school attendance of schools where there is school t~ed~n~ programs, to establish the level of development of children in schools where feeding programs are found and to find out the effects of feeding programs on the education of pupils in Odupi sub-county. The methods used for data collection was ques...

Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya

Kiswahili is an important subject in Kenya’s secondary school curriculum. The mean score of students in Kiswahili at KCSE has gradually declined from 46% in 2010 to 36% in 2015. This decline is a worrying trend. Proverbs, an integral part of Kiswahili, are not well taught, which partly explains the decline in performance. Video-Mediated Instructions (VMIs) are thought to be a catalyst of new pedagogical change and may help address this deficiency. The current study sought to establish ...