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Knowledge, Attitude and Readiness of Secondary Schools Students on i-Think Use in Learning Literature Component in Malay Language

In the study of Literary Components (LC) in Malay Language, the Malaysian Ministry of Education (MOE) introduced the i-Think Program, which should be emphasised in teaching and learning the language in the classroom to produce students who are skilled in predicting, formulating, creative and critical thinking, and solving problems. The goal of this study was…
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February 23, 2022 0

Pedagogical Applications of Corpus Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century

As educators recognise the ability of computer technology to create both independent and collaborative learning settings, the role of computer technology as a resource for foreign language learners is growing in this digital era. Computer technologies such as the Internet, multimedia, and hypermedia have all been used in English Language Learning and Teaching (ELLT) to…
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February 23, 2022 0

Demonstrating the Difference between Classical Test Theory and Item Response Theory Using Empirical Data: Implication for Educational Research

The study established its dependability by determining, among other things, the mean score difference between male and female candidates in mathematics scores/items in the 2019/2020 Katsina State BECE using CTT and IRT. The study employed an expose facto design. The total number of candidates in the study was 65,797 (42,110 men and 23,687 women). The…
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February 23, 2022 0

Determination of Kenya Education Management Institute’s Capacity Building Programme and Public Primary School Head Teachers’ Competencies in Teacher Supervision in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya

The purpose of this study was to see how KEMI training affected head teachers’ competency in supervising teachers in public primary schools in Kenya’s Uasin Gishu County. Background: Education is the bedrock and pillar of human existence. Educational administration in Kenya entails the direction, management, and control of the educational industry. Working closely with instructors…
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February 23, 2022 0

Responding to the Call: Information Systems Graduate Preparation and Job Needs

This study looked at the viewpoints of Information Systems programme graduates from an Eastern US state on academic preparation and job skill requirements. For this study, a historical examination of the literature around information systems skill needs was undertaken in order to have a better understanding of how information systems have changed throughout the years.…
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February 23, 2022 0

The Druze Women School Principals as Role Models and Generators of Social Change: A Recent Study

The goal of this preliminary research is to look into the perspectives of Druze female school principals on their work and its societal relevance. The study is qualitative in nature, and it is a “case study” of the phenomenon [1]. The researcher is concerned in revealing, learning, and understanding the internal world of “subjects” from…
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January 13, 2022 0

Literary Interpretation of the Image of “Alanquvo” in Historical Works

This article uses comparative sources to investigate Alanquvo’s history. It has been scientifically proven that Alanquvo’s legend has become an important creative character, not only in historical topics and the determination of historical figures’ origins, but also in the protagonist’s pure artistic works. “The Wonderful Story of Alankuvo,” in Abulghazi Bakhodirhon’s “Shajarai Turk,” “Oguznoma” by…
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January 13, 2022 0

Study about Fostering Autonomous Language Learners in a Japanese University

The goal of this study is to see if including “self-study” in the course syllabus encourages learners to learn independently, which is one of the most crucial aspects of language acquisition. Learning a language takes a long period, and students must study both inside and outside the classroom to improve their language skills. The current…
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January 13, 2022 0

Self-Monitoring Behavioral Interventions with Youth: A Meta-Analysis and Study Quality Assessment

Self-monitoring is a strategy that has been used for decades to improve academic fluency in reading, math, and spelling, as well as promote problem-solving skills and increase attention to task while reducing off-task behaviours. (1) self-monitoring attention, (2) self-monitoring correctness on an academic task, and (3) self-monitoring the quantity of an academic task produced are…
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January 13, 2022 0

Ibn al-Haytham an Arab Scholar Who Laid the Foundation of Physiological Optics and Spectacles Policy

Ibn al-Haytham was a Muslim mathematician and scientist who developed the foundations of physiological optics and came within a whisker of discovering the use of spectacles. He wrote extensively on the subjects of algebra, geometry, and astronomy. Eyeglasses were employed as a vision aid in Europe as early as the 13th century, but Alhazen’s book…
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January 13, 2022 0