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Periodical issueKamwendo, Gregory and Mbatha, Thabile (eds.) (2016)
See this documentLanguage issues in the teaching and learning domain at some Southern African Universities
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 25 #2. 59p.

Periodical articleCallaghan, Ronel (2015)
See this documentTransforming teaching challenges into learning opportunities: interdisciplinary reflective collaboration
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 12 #4. p. 599-617.

Periodical articleJames, Angela (ed.) (2015)
See this documentTeacher professional development programmes in MST for developing contexts
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 12 #2. p. 145-160.

Periodical articleAmbross, Johannes and Meiring, Les and Blignaut, Sylvan (2014)
See this documentThe implementation and development of science process skills in the natural sciences: a case study of teachers' perceptions
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 11 #3. p. 459-474.

Periodical articleGreenhalgh, Stuart and Shumba, Overson (2014)
Influence of indigenous language on the mastery of scientific concepts and vocabulary: a review and analysis of the literature
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #2. p. 185-206.

Periodical articleShumba, Overson (2014)
Implications of socio-cultural research findings for science education reform in non-Western developing countries
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #2. p. 217-246.

Periodical articleSuping, Shanah Mompoloki (2014)
Cultivating Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in in-service science teachers: addressing deficiencies of 'teaching as taught'
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #2. p. 149-168.

Periodical articleKafyulilo, Ayoub Cherd (2013)
See this documentProfessional development through teacher collaboration: an approach to enhance teaching and learning in science and mathematics in Tanzania
Africa Education Review. Volume 10 #4. p. 671-688.

Periodical articleTuryagyenda, Kedrace (2012)
Implications of scientific literacy for secondary schools in Uganda
Nkumba Business Journal. Volume 11. p. 115-130.

Periodical articleBelhandouz, Halima (2011)
See this documentTeaching science in Algeria: pedagogical shortfalls and conflicts of meaning
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 16 #1. p. 99-116.

Periodical articleCherian, L. and Shumba, A. (2011)
See this documentSex differences in attitudes toward science among Northern Sotho speaking learners in South Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 8 #2. p. 286-301.

Periodical articleKasembe, Raviro (2011)
Teaching science through the Science Technology and Society (STS) lens in Zimbabwean high schools: opportunities and constraints
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 23 #3. p. 314-348.

Periodical articleOkere, Mark I.O. and Njue, Antony and Wachanga, Samuel W. (2011)
Effects of constructivist teaching strategy on secondary schools students' achievement in mole concept in chemistry in Meru South District, Kenya
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 10. p. 208-224.

Periodical articleZindi, Fred and Ruparanganda, Fenton (2011)
Evaluation of barriers to the integration of ICT in teaching and learning of science and mathematics in Zimbabwe's secondary schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 23 #3. p. 222-235.

BookKitetu, Catherine Wawasi (ed.) (2008)
Gender, science and technology: perspectives from Africa
Abstract presentDakar: CODESRIA. #6. 177p.

Periodical articleMoji, Cable and Hattingh, Annemarie (2008)
A relevant physics curriculum: tapping indigenous African knowledge systems
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 7 #2. p. 223-236.

Periodical articleStears, Michèle (2008)
Science education in a South African township: what type of science education do children respond to?
Africa Insight. Volume 38 #4. p. 27-43.

Periodical articleStears, Michèle (2008)
Children's stories: what knowledge constitutes indigenous knowledge?
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 7 #2. p. 132-140.

Periodical articleMakgato, M. (2007)
See this documentFactors associated with poor performance of learners in mathematics and physical science in secondary schools in Soshanguve, South Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 4 #1. p. 89-103.

Periodical articleZhou, D. and Botha, M.M. (2007)
See this documentThe availability, suitability and use of instructional materials in integrated science classrooms in Zimbabwean schools
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 4 #2. p. 114-130.

Periodical articleKandjeo-Marenga, Hedwig and Kapenda, H. and Lubben, F. and Campbell, B. and Gaoseb, N. and Kasanda, C. (2006)
See this documentThe impact of MASTEP on the use of practical work in Namibian science classes
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #1. March. p. 171-201.

Periodical articleMoyo, P.V. and Nyikahadzoyi, M.R. (2006)
Continuity and progression in science curricula from the primary school to the secondary school in Masvingo District in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 409-419.

Periodical articleGithua, B.N. and Mbugua, Z.K. (2004)
Gender differences in the preferences for instructional methods in secondary school mathematics classrooms in Kenya
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #2. March. p. 63-74.

Periodical articleManokore, Viola and Chavhunduka, K. and Fumhanda, C. and Joko, F. and Mupezeni, S. and Musademba, D. (2004)
See this documentUtilisation of resources at Science and Mathematics Centres in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 16 #1. March. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleOyedele, V.I. (2004)
Effect of students' learning method on their achievements: a case study of concept-mapping in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 15-26.

Periodical articleTanui, E.K. and Kiboss, J. and Nassiuma, D. (2004)
Gender perspective: a case of computer-based instruction in school accounting
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #2. March. p. 75-88.

Periodical articleWachanga, S.W. (2004)
Evaluation of an inquiry teaching approach as practiced by secondary school chemistry teachers in Nakuru District, Kenya
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #2. March. p. 107-116.

Periodical articleAkalewold E. (2003)
Students' practical experience in biology first year laboratory manual of Addis Ababa University
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 23 #1. June. p. 67-93.

Periodical articleChavunduka, K. and Moyo, C. (2003)
See this documentPracticality of exemplary curriculum implementation materials: the case of a chemistry module in science education in-service teacher training programme
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 99-111.

Periodical articleChiromo, A.S. (2003)
Conceptions of animals held by some primary school pupils in Gweru urban district of Zimbabwe
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 17. December. p. 60-66.

Periodical articleGeisser, Vincent (2003)
Les diplômés scientifiques tunisiens: la 'voie moyenne' des études à l'étranger
Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée. #101-102. p. 229-246.

Periodical articleGwara, K. and Mtetwa, D.K.J. (2003)
See this documentIn-service education needs for science laboratory assistants operating in Zimbabwean secondary schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 90-98.

Periodical articleKwari, Rudo and Mtetwa, David K.J. (2003)
See this documentActive learning approaches in Zimbabwean science and mathematics classrooms
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #3. November. p. 151-160.

Periodical articleManokore, V. and Reiss, M.J. (2003)
See this documentPupils' drawing of what is inside themselves: a case study in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #1. March. p. 28-43.

Periodical articleMbano, N.M. (2003)
The effects of cognitive development, age and gender on the performance of secondary school pupils in science and other subjects
Malawi Journal of Development Education. Volume 1. p. 55-76.

Periodical articleMtetwa, D.K.J. (2003)
See this documentResearching collaboratively within in-service contexts: some reflections on the experiences of the SEITT at the University of Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 84-89.

Periodical articleMtetwa, D.K.J. and Makamure, R. and Kwari, R. and Chipangura, A. (2003)
See this documentScience education in-service teacher training (SEITT) and better schools programme Zimbabwe (BSPZ) resource teachers' modes of facilitating in-service activity
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 75-83.

Periodical articleTambo, E.M.Z. and Mukaro, J.P. and Mahaso, J. (2003)
See this documentSome misconceptions on cell structure and function held by A-level biology students: implications for curriculum development
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 122-131.

Periodical articleTambo, E.M.Z. (2003)
See this documentAssessing Gender Differences in A Level Biology Students' Perceptions in Zimbabwean Schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 112-121.

Periodical articleKostyuk, V. (2002-2003)
Background and professional qualifications of secondary school physics teachers in Zambia
Zango. Volume 24 #14. p. 85-94.

Periodical articleAmpiah, J.G. (2002)
Exploring junior secondary school boys and girls' attitude towards science: time for policy change
Journal of Educational Management. Volume 4. November. p. 74-85.

Periodical articleAssefa B. and Cakiroglu, J.U. (2002)
Differences in science achievement: a gender perspective
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 10 #1. December. p. 67-85.

Periodical articleChangeiywo, J.M. (2002)
Problem hindering the effective teaching of science subjects in Kenyan schools
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #1. November. p. 49-61.

Periodical articleChiromo, A.S. (2002)
See this documentMisconceptions about photosynthesis and respiration held by 'O' level students in Gweru urban high schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 14 #2. July. p. 156-166.

Periodical articleNdirangu, M. and Mungai, C. (2002)
Bridging the learning resources gap: an examination of the role of teaching practice projects materials in science education
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #1. November. p. 35-48.

Periodical articleShumba, O. (2002)
Positing an inclusionary paradigm for teacher education with reference to science education and special needs children
African Journal of Special Needs Education. Volume 7 #2. September. p. 115-125.

Periodical articleTemechegn E. (2002)
Analysis of the science process skills in high school chemistry textbooks
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 10 #1. December. p. 57-66.

Periodical articleWachanga, S.W. (2002)
See this documentRelative effects of cooperative class experiment teaching method on secondary school students' motivation to learn chemistry in Nakuru District, Kenya
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 14 #3. November. p. 229-253.

Periodical articleBekalo, S.A. and Welford, A.G. (2001)
Secondary pre-service teacher education in Ethiopia: its impact on teachers' competence and confidence to teach practical work in science
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 21 #1. June. p. 95-121.

Periodical articleChonjo, P. and Welford, G. (2001)
Reasons for the poor performance of students in A-level science examinations in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 39-51.

Periodical articleTemechegn E. (2001)
What research says about African science education
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 8 #2. June. p. 67-79.

Periodical articleAmedeker, M.K. (2000)
See this documentAlternative assessment as an ingredient of continuous assessment in junior secondary schools
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 2 #1. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleBekalo, S.A. and Welford, A.G. (2000)
Practical activity in Ethiopian secondary physical sciences: implications for policy and practice of the match between the intended and implemented curriculum
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 20 #2. December. p. 91-133.

Periodical articleBilesanmi-Awoderu, J.B. (2000)
A causal model of Nigerian teacher characteristics and their high school students' achievement in some ecological concepts
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 20 #2. December. p. 73-89.

Periodical articleEshetu W. (2000)
A study of performance of teacher and non-teacher streams graduates with reference to natural sciences II: a test about the dispersion
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 20 #2. December. p. 1-17.

Periodical articleGauthier, B. (2000)
Sources of expertise valued by Botswana junior secondary school teachers-in-training and the scientism ideology: incompatible or commensurate?
Mosenodi. Volume 8 #1. p. 47-56.

Periodical articleSaporu, F.W.O. and Chinamo, W.P.T. (2000)
See this documentA statistical analysis of data from University of Zimbabwe educational system using a Markov chain model
Abstract presentDiscovery and Innovation. Volume 12 #1-2. June. p. 21-25.

Periodical articleTemechegn E. (2000)
What research says about African science education
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 8 #1. December. p. 15-28.

Periodical articleYared W. (2000)
Pilot study on problem oriented and student centered teaching of physiology in a large class setting
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 20 #1. June. p. 45-58.

Periodical articleOduro-Mensah, D. (1999-2001)
Toward the promotion of adult science education in developing countries
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 12. p. 121-135.

Periodical articleAkenda, J.C.K. (1999)
La société africaine dans le sillage de la culture scientifique: sur le rapport entre université, culture et science
Revue philosophique de Kinshasa. Volume 13 #23-24. janvier-décembre. p. 7-34.

Periodical articleBerhanu H. (1999)
Student assessment in primary school science: time for reappraisal
Educational Journal (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Volume 4 #9. December. p. 152-179.

Periodical articleMushayikwa, Emmanuel and Mtetwa, D. and Mukono, T. and Ncube, K. and Tambo, E. (1999)
The process of institutionalising an in-service support system for advanced level science and mathematics teachers in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 11 #3. November. p. 226-238.

Periodical articleShonhiwa, T. (1999)
See this documentMathematics at the University of Zimbabwe: its past and future
Zimbabwe Science News. Volume 33 #3. July-September. p. 59-62.

Periodical articleShumba, Overson (1999)
See this documentCritically interrogating the rationality of Western science vis-à-vis scientific literacy in non-Western developing countries
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 26 #1. p. 55-75.

Periodical articleTaale, K.D. (1999)
See this documentAnalysis of the first five years of Ghana's BECE results in general science
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 1 #2. January. p. 1-9.

Periodical articleVlaardingerbroek, B. (1999)
Trainee science teachers' views toward ethnoscience and science education in Botswana and Papua New Guinea
Mosenodi. Volume 7 #1. p. 3-20.

Periodical articleZwane, L.M. and Dlamini, B.M. (1999)
See this documentThe relationship between high school students' academic performance in science and agriculture
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 8. p. 72-77.

Periodical articleAbiodun, Adigun A. (1998)
See this documentHuman and Institutional Capacity Building and Utilization in Science and Technology in Africa: An Appraisal of Africa's Performance to-date and the Way Forward
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 10 #1. June. p. 10-51.

Periodical articleAkinyemi, A. and Adeyinka, O.J. and Afemikhe, O.A. (1998)
Disposition of in-service science teachers to the use of media in Botswana classrooms
Ghana Educational Media & Technology Association Journal. Volume 2. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleAmedeker, M.K. (1998)
See this documentThe place of native language in science teaching and learning in the junior secondary schools in Ghana
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 1 #1. July. p. 7-11.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1998)
KAWI
African Publishing Review. Volume 7 #1. January-February. p. 11.

Periodical articleBrande, D.M. and Ollennu, A.A. (1998)
Issues affecting science publishing in Africa
African Publishing Review. Volume 7 #2. March-April. p. 10-11.

Periodical articleDavies, Arthur E. (1998)
Government Policy on Technological Development in Nigeria: An Appraisal
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #1. p. 143-160.

Periodical articleEminah, J.K. (1998)
See this documentFactors critical for the growth of science in a society
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 1 #1. July. p. 1-6.

Periodical articleEshetu W. (1998)
A study of performance of teacher and non-teacher stream graduates with reference to Natural Sciences 1: a test about the location
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 1-17.

Periodical articleKatjavivi, J. (1998)
Producing science books in Africa
African Publishing Review. Volume 7 #2. March-April. p. 1-2,7.

Periodical articleMammino, L. (1998)
Science students and the language problem: suggestions for a systematic approach
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 10 #3. November. p. 189-209.

Periodical articleOkere, M.I.O. (1998)
The acquisition and application of science process skills and technology by school pupils and workers in the informal sector in Kenya
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 2 #1. January. p. 95-110.

Periodical articleRay, H. (1998)
Why do girls in Botswana senior secondary schools under-achieve in science? perceptions of pre-entry science course students at the University of Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 6 #1. p. 60-70.

Periodical articleShandu, B. and Dlamini, M.P. (1998)
Relationship between grade at 'O' level agriculture and other complementing subjects at JC and 'O' level
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 5-10.

Periodical articleSteyn, Tobia and De Boer, Ann-Louise (1998)
Mind Mapping as a Study Tool for Unprepared Students in Mathematics and Science
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Ethnology. Volume 21 #3. p. 125-131.

Periodical articleTalukdar, A.H.U. (1998)
Students' misconception in Ohm's law (a report of a preliminary study)
Lesotho Journal of Teacher Education. Volume 2 #3. p. 72-80.

Periodical articleTeshome, F. (1998)
Popularising science
African Publishing Review. Volume 7 #2. March-April. p. 3-4.

Periodical articleWade, E. (1998)
KAWI progress report
African Publishing Review. Volume 7 #2. March-April. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleKwaambwa, H.M. and Plaatjes, C.V. and Wesche, K.-D. (1997-1998)
Microscale chemistry experiments: a new concept of practical work
Journal - Namibia Scientific Society. Volume 46. p. 85-91.

Periodical articleDu Plessis, W.S. (1997)
Die legitimiteit van 'n Tegnologiekurrikulum vir algemeen vormende skoolonderwys
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 37 #4. p. 275-284.

Periodical articleGirma L. (1997)
Representativeness and coverage adequacy of physics and mathematics E.S.L.C.E. items
Educational Journal (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Volume 4 #6. December. p. 43-63.

Periodical articleGwimbi, E. (1997)
Cells and histology in A-Level Biology: a study of examination reports and the perceptions of teachers and pupils
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 9 #2. July. p. 134-156.

Periodical articleJohnston, Scott (1997)
Resource teachers: conceptions of teaching and learning of a group of A-level science and mathematics teachers
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 9 #3. November. p. 237-255.

Periodical articleKasanda, Choshi D. (1997)
Teaching for excellence in the mathematics classroom: views from Namibian teachers
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 9 #2. July. p. 157-177.

Periodical articleLove, A. and Mammino, L. (1997)
Using the analysis of errors to improve students' expression in the sciences
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 9 #1. March. p. 1-17.

Periodical articleMoru, K. (1997)
Misconceptions in learning mathematics: teacher, pupil and language origin
Lesotho Journal of Teacher Education. Volume 1 #1. p. 59-63.

Periodical articleMphutlane, L. (1997)
A comparision of the Bloomian cognitive demands of written state examinations in science of the junior cycle in Lesotho and Ireland
Lesotho Journal of Teacher Education. Volume 1 #2. p. 29-38.

Periodical articlePillai, N.P.K. (1997)
Appropriation and orientation in primary science education
Lesotho Journal of Teacher Education. Volume 1 #2. p. 90-108.

Periodical articleShumba, O. (1997)
Science teachers' cultural beliefs and conceptions of the nature of science and instruction
Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education. Volume 5 #3. September. p. 22-34.

Periodical articleTemechegn E. (1997)
The teaching of higher order thinking skills in chemistry
Educational Journal (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Volume 3 #5. June. p. 74-94.

Periodical articleYalew, E. (1997)
Self-efficacy, perceived importance, attitudes, and achievement in physics among Tana Haik Comprehensive Secondary School male and female students: a path analysis
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 17 #1. June. p. 29-49.

Periodical articleBerhanu H. (1996)
Strengthening primary school science curriculum with STS approach
Educational Journal (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Volume 2 #3. May. p. 79-92.

Periodical articleDejene S. (1996)
Factors that discourage students to major in basic natural sciences: the case of Kotobe College of Teacher Education
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 16 #2. December. p. 25-53.

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