International Journal of
Science and Technology Education Research

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Sci. Technol. Educ. Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6559
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJSTER
  • Start Year: 2010

IJSTER Articles in press

Unleashing the Power of AI to Enhance Human Focus

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In an era marked by constant connectivity and information overload, maintaining focus has become an elusive endeavor for many. However, as technology continues to advance at an exponential pace, there is a beacon of hope on the horizon. Artificial Intelligence (AI), with its ability to process vast amounts of data and adapt to individual needs, has the potential to revolutionize our ability to concentrate and boost...

Author(s):Ouali Benmeziane


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This paper examined the impact of youth empowerment in agriculture programme for graduates in South-West Nigeria. The study states purposely selected for the study were Ondo, Ogun, Lagos, Oyo, Osun and Ekiti. The research design for the study was descriptive survey. Fifty participants of Youth in Agriculture Programme were randomly selected from each state making up a total of three hundred participants. The result of the...

Author(s):LEYE SAMUEL AYENI, AJERE, Olugbenga

Assessment of Competence Needs Index of Senior Secondary School Science Teachers for planning of Science Instruction

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The study surveyed the extent of competence needs among senior secondary schools science teachers for planning of science instruction in Taraba State. One research question and two hypotheses guided the study. A survey research design was adopted for the study. A total population of 589science (biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics) teachers in senior secondary schools was used, out of which 360 sample sizes was...

Author(s):Iyiola Busuyi Francis, Madu Barnabas Chidi, Zudonu Onisoman Chuk and Ugwuanyi Christian Sunday


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This study investigated the effects of pre-practical discussion on physics students’ acquisition of science process skills. The study design was quasi-experimental and purposive sampling technique was applied in selecting two schools in Kontagora Town for the research based on the availability of a good physics laboratory. Intact classes already grouped by the school for the sake of small laboratory space and equipment,...

Author(s):Akano, Benedict Ubawuike, CLEMENT M DANIA, JACOB G AROWOLO


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This work aimed to study the accessibility and use of educational technology for teaching mathematics in senior secondary schools in Delta State. Descriptive survey design was used in the work. 36 mathematics teachers in 30 secondary schools were the sample of the work; simple random technique was used to select them from the overall population of 75 secondary schools in Delta State. Two teachers’ questionnaire titled...

Author(s):Oliweh I. Solomon, Dr. (Mrs) Caroline O. Alordiah.

Dimensional analysis and its role in the learning of physical sciences in secondary qualifying school

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In this manuscript, we have highlighted the importance of dimensional analysis in learning the physical sciences. Our study presents the results of exploratory research that we conducted with baccalaureate students from secondary qualifying schools located in the province of Essaouira in Morocco. We used a questionnaire to collect the data from 123 students. Analysis of this collected data revealed that many students have...

Author(s):M. Lassri, H. Lassri

Difficulties encountered by physics teachers in teaching physics concepts in middle schools.

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This paper aims to shed light on the difficulties that science teachers face in teaching physics concepts in middle schools. For this study, we have used a questionnaire consisting of a series of questions for the purpose of gathering information about difficulties encountered by physics teachers in teaching physics concepts. 35 teachers working in Moroccan middle schools located in Essaouira city participated in this...

Author(s):Lassri Mustapha

Practices, Challenges and Prospects of Competency Based Instruction in Some Selected Primary Schools in Case of Sidama Zone

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In this study phenomenological design, which is a qualitative research design, was used. Because, the purpose of this study was to investigate practices, challenges and prospects of competency based instruction in primary schools. The theoretical aspect of this study was based on constructivism view. Because, this study focused on the lived experiences of teachers about the instruction in primary schools. To achieve the...

Author(s):Dancho Desalegn

Evaluating the Social Media Usage Pattern among the Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired Students at Tabuk

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Social media is a modern innovation for effective communication. Researchers are investigating a useful framework to integrate social media in an educational setting of deaf and blind students. Deaf or hearing impaired and visually impaired people have poor communication skills that cause lowered social interactions and make them feel isolated. The current study aimed at evaluating the social media usage pattern among the...

Author(s):Z SAHAR

Trend analysis on the relationship between physics practical and theoretical physics…

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The performance and interest in physics and physics education over the years have not been encouraging. It is for this reason that the study was conducted to find students interest in physics theory as a result of physics practical. The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between physics practical achievementand physics theory achievement at the tertiary level. The study employed secondary data spanning five...


Relevance of teaching introductory mathematics to pre-service teachers in universities. A case of mountains of the moon university, Uganda

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Mathematics is key during teaching and school management; the relevance of teaching introductory mathematics to the pre-service teachers at universities was investigated. A random sample of 80 pre-service teachers and a quantitative experimental design were adopted. The results indicated that there was a significant difference at 0.05 level between the mathematical concepts pre-service-teachers had at entry and at the end...

Author(s):Issa Ndungo

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