The Ethiopian Journal of Education and Sciences (EJES) was established in 2005 under the faculty of education RPO with the general purpose of creating a scientific forum for education and science sector adjoined by some sensitive issues like HIV-AIDS and the University philosophy CBE.
Welcome to EJES websites, All academic staff of JU in general, education and science professionals in particular, are responsible to guide their students practice of research undertakings both in group tasks during Community Based Education (CBE) and Developmental Team Training Program (DTTP) and independent Student Research Project SRP) at senior level in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation.
Young Women’s Emigration from Borena Woreda (District) to the Arab World and its Impact on Socio-Economic Development of the Area: The Case of Mekane Selam Town
This study focuses on the migration of young Ethiopian women from a place called ‘Mekane Selam’, Borena, South Wollo, to the Arab world, and its influence on the socio-economic development of the area. The study mainly aimed at giving a comprehensive image of the emigrants` socio-economic aspects that are supposed to have their own impact on Mekane Selam town. Based on descriptive methods including both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection techniques, various data gathering tools such
Vocabulary Learning Strategies used by EFL Students: the Case Of 11 th Grade High and Low Achievers at Jorgo Nole Preparatory School
The main objective of this study is to assess vocabulary learning strategies (VLSs) used by high and low achievers. Fifty four respondents (27 high achievers and 27 low achievers) who were attending 11 th Grade at Jorgo Nole Preparatory School (JNPS) in 2005(E.C.) were involved in the study. Instruments employed were a five points Likert scale questionnaire adapted from Schmitt’s (1997) VLSs questionnaire, open-ended questions and interview. Data obtained through the questionnaire were analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version-16.0.
The Influence of E-Learning on the Academic Performance of Mathematics Students in Fundamental Concepts of Algebra Course: The Case in Jimma University
The expansion and dominance of technology is increasing globally one of which is the influence of e-learning in educational systems. E-learning is any electronic supported learning either with or without infusing the ICT facilities in the current conventional learning methods be it traditional or active learning. The aim of this study is then to evaluate the influence of e-learning on the academic performance of year II mathematics students in Jimma University, in basic algebra course (fundamental concept of algebra).
Perception of University Students Before and After the E-Learning Implementation in One of the Mathematics Courses: The Case of Mathematics Students in Jimma University
This study concentrates on the survey made to assess the mathematics year II students of JU in the year 2012/13 experience of ICT supported learning going on in the university so far and the change they observed after the e-learning infusion made as a quasi experiment for the purpose to see its influence on their performance. Data were collected through questionnaire and focus group discussion administered before the experiment of e-learning and their experience after.
Nowadays, no nation can make any significant economic development without
technological advancement. In Ethiopia increased attention is given to strengthen science and technology education (Federal Ministry of Education, 2010). On top of this, an adequate supply of young people with strong mathematical skills is needed to effectively exploit advances in science and technology. Mathematics provides people with powerful theoretical and computational techniques to capture the complexity of real life problems
Silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) have an indirect band gap transitions; however when they are miniaturized to nanometer scale, the energy gap between the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) and the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) increases, and hence the transition changes to direct due to confinement. In this paper we explain photoluminescence (PL) and electroluminescence (EL) and formulate models to study electroluminescence from Si and Ge nanostructures.
Correctional Education Teachers’ Teaching Competence and Use of Adult Learning Principles: Inmates and Teachers’ Views in Selected Correctional Institutions
This study aimed at investigating teachers’, inmate’ and administrators’ views on the practices of correctional education. It investigates teachers’ competence and practice of adult learning principles and challenges faced by correctional institutions and inmates.