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Periodical articleInyega, J.O. and Thomson, N. and Butler, M.B. and Inyega, H.N. (2010)
In-service teachers' classroom practices and experiences
Fountain (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 4 #1. p. 1-21.

Periodical articleTondhlana, S. (2010)
As assessment of teachers' concerns, teachers' levels of use and the support they are given in the implementation of the primary school environmental science curriculum in Zimbabwe: a case study of Shurugwi District
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #1. March. p. 34-60.

Periodical articleNampota, D.C. (2008)
Transition to university in Malawi: are students adequately prepared for science and technology programme?
Malawi Journal of Education and Development. Volume 2. p. 1-13.

Periodical articleSuping, S.M. (2008)
School science as a vehicle to developing science literacy: an exploration of students' knowledge about the effects of URV on human beings
Mosenodi. Volume 16 #1. p. 87-99.

Periodical articleZezekwa, N. and Mudavanhu, Y. (2008)
Students' perceptions of information technology and projections for the future in science education
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 20 #2. July. p. 246-260.

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 articleAkalewold E. (2005)
The state problem solving skills in general secondary biology laboratory activities
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 25 #2. December. p. 87-118.

Periodical articleChangeiywo, J.M. (2004)
The current position of science and technology education in Kenyan schools
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 5 #2. July. p. 236-249.

Periodical articleGoatlhobogwe, M. (2004)
An analysis of factors that influence boy's and girls' choices of design and technology projects at secondary school level in Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 12 #1-2. p. 21-33.

Periodical articleNdirangu, M. (2004)
Implications of using teaching aids in science education in Kenyan secondary schools
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 5 #2. July. p. 250-259.

Periodical articleOyedele, V.I. (2003-2004)
Students' misconceptions of scientific phenomena and their effects on teaching and learning processes
NERA Journal. p. 51-62.

Periodical articleGaoseb, N. and Lubben, F. and Kasanda, C.D. (2002)
The use of everyday contexts by mathematics and science teachers in secondary schools in Namibia
NERA Journal. p. 1-16.

Periodical articleLiman, M. (2002)
The development and validation of scenarios to measure student teachers' perceptions of what constitutes group work
NERA Journal. p. 17-30.

Periodical articleMushi, P.S.D. (1996)
See this documentTanzania Secondary School Science Teachers Perception and Reaction to Gender Difference in Performance in Science
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 91-130.

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