Influence of Examination Based Teaching on the History Subject Discourse in Secondary Schools in Abogeta, Meru County, Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 5(2), 2018 Authors: Caroline Gakii Ntwiga and Boniface Njuguna Mwangi Africa Nazarene University, P.O. Box 53067 – 00200, Nairobi Email of the Corresponding Author: bmwangi@anu.ac.ke Abstract: Overemphasis on passing in the examinations can create pedagogies that incline to the test and could have adverse effects on the […]

Influence of Selected Factors on the Level of Implementation of Preschool Creative Activities Curriculum in Njoro, Nakuru County, Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 5(2), 2018 Authors:  Isaiah Kiplangat Melly and Boniface Njuguna Mwangi Africa Nazarene University, P.O. Box 53067 – 00200, Nairobi Email of the Corresponding Author: bmwangi@anu.ac.ke Abstract: Creative activities serve an important part in promoting children’s learning and development besides enhancing their emotional, intellectual and social skills. Thus, […]

Influence of Mathematical English on Performance of Standard Eight Learners in Public Primary Schools in Miriga Mieru, Meru County, Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 5(2), 2018 Authors: Faith Kathure Mberia and Boniface Njuguna Mwangi Africa Nazarene University, P.O. Box 53067 – 00200, Nairobi Email of the Corresponding Author: bmwangi@anu.ac.ke  Abstract: Mathematical English is a unique language based on ordinary English, with highly stylized formal symbol systems. Owing to the fact that […]

Influence of Teamwork Practices on Employee Performance in Public Service in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 4(3), 2017 Authors: Joy Kelemba1, Ronald Chepkilot2 and Charles Zakayo3 Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya 2,3Lecturers at Kabarak University, Kabarak – Kenya Abstract: Teamwork is necessary to ensure democracy at the workplace, enhance change, encourage innovation and creativity, and allow for effective decision–making […]

Influence of Parental Communication on Pre-school Children’s Socio-emotional Development in Ngong Ward in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2017. <Author: Lucy Ghati. Email: lghati@gmail.com> Abstract: Parents influence a lot how children interact with their social surroundings as well as play a part in children’s social and emotional behaviours. Children who can use language effectively to negotiate social situations or those who have […]

Effects of Online Learning on Students with Disabilities in Public Universities in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2017. <Author: Joel Peter Ogutu, Department of Educational Psychology, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 190 – 50100 Kakamega – KENYA Corresponding author E-mail: joelogutu@yahoo.com> Abstract: Online teaching and learning pedagogy creates a community of inquiry where participants interact to jointly […]

Influence of Organizational Culture on the Employee Performance in the Civil Service in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017. Authors: Joyce K. Nyabuti1, Ronald Chepkilot2 and Charles Zakayo3 1Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya 2,3Lecturers at Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Corresponding Author: Joyce Nyabuti | Email address: joynyabuti@yahoo.com Abstract: Even though the government of […]

Barriers to Girls’ Participation in Free Day Secondary Education in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017 Authors: Eleen Yatich1 and Joyce Pere2 Dr. Yatich,1 a lecturer at Kisii University Campus in Kenya. Pere,2  The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi | Email of the corresponding author: eleenchesaro@yahoo.com Abstract While the Kenyan government made secondary […]

Education as a Tool for Liberation: Seeking Nyerere’s Understanding

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017 Author: Innocent Sanga Sanga (Fr.) is a scholar at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya. Email: innocentsanga@yahoo.com Abstract Nyerere understood education as a tool for liberating both an individual […]

Education for Self Reliance: Nyerere’s Policy Recommendations in the Context of Tanzania

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, 2016 Author: Innocent Sanga, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya | Email: innocentsanga@yahoo.com Abstract Education for Self Reliance (ESR) was the most important educational principle, which presented the educational philosophy of Tanzania. The purpose of ESR was to […]