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No 30 (2011) A Critique and Rethink of Modern Education in Africa’s Development in the 21st Century Abstract   PDF
Zehlia Babaci-Wilhite, Macleans A. Geo-JaJa
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 A Review of the Longstanding Ban on Private Supplementary Tutoring in Tanzania Mainland Abstract   PDF
William A. L. Anangisye
 
No 32 (2014) Academic Staff Capacity in Private Universities in Tanzania Abstract   PDF
Simon Peter
 
No 29 (2010) Accomplishments and Challenges Facing Students with Disabilities at the University of Dar es Salaam: Thirty Years of Navigating the Hill Abstract   PDF
Frida Tungaraza
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Analysis of the Unit Costs of the Government’s Provision of Pre-Primary Education in Tanzania Abstract   PDF
Aneth Komba
 
No 29 (2010) Assessment Status of Learner-centred Learning in Tanzania in the Context of the Competence-based Curriculum Abstract   PDF
S. Kitta, F. Tilya
 
No 30 (2011) Comparative Education for Africa: Perspective from Students’ Perceptions of and Motivations for Studying Comparative Education Abstract   PDF
William A. L. Anangisye, C. C. Wolhuter, M. O’Sullivan
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Constructivism: Its Implications for Language Teaching and Second-Language Acquisition Abstract   PDF
Philpo John
 
No 29 (2010) Correlates of teachers’ attitudes towards and comfort about teaching school-based sexuality education in urban and rural Tanzania Abstract   PDF
Kitila A. K. Mkumbo
 
No 31 (2012) Developing Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) among Pre-service Science and Mathematics Teachers at DUCE: The Role of Activity-Based Learning Abstract   PDF
Ayoub Cherd Kafyulilo
 
No 31 (2012) Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Critical but Neglected Sector of Education Abstract   PDF
Daniel N. Sifuna
 
No 30 (2011) EFA Initiatives and the Barriers to Educating Girls and Young Women in Tanzania: A Rights-Based Approach Abstract   PDF
Eustella Peter Bhalalusesa
 
No 35 (2017) Enhancing the Acquisition of Basic Reading Skills in Kiswahili Using GraphoGame Abstract   PDF
Damaris Ngorosho
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Entry and Ramifications of Neo-Liberalism for Education in Tanzania: What is the Possible Alternative? Abstract   PDF
George Kahangwa
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Ethical Challenges in Conducting Comparative Adult Education Research: Personal reflections from multi-site research Abstract   PDF
Blackson Kanukisya
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Examining the Model of the Curriculum Used by Graphic Design Institutions in Tanzania at Various Levels of Study Abstract   PDF
Kiagho Bukheti Kilonzo
 
No 29 (2010) Exclusion through Language: A Reflection on Classroom Discourse in Tanzanian Secondary Schools Abstract   PDF
Mwajuma Vuzo
 
No 31 (2012) Fifty Years of Generating and Advancing Knowledge: the University of Dar es Salaam’s Experience and Outlook for the Years Ahead Abstract   PDF
Rwekaza S. Mukandala
 
No 35 (2017) Grounding Innovative Promotion of Literacy in Local Funds of Knowledge Abstract   PDF
Robert Serpell
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Helping Children Experiencing Difficulties in Learning to Read Kiswahili: Perspectives of pre-primary teachers in Tanzania Abstract   PDF
Shukia Richard
 
No 29 (2010) Introducing Media Education in the Early Childhood Curriculum in Tanzania Abstract   PDF
Lyabwene Mtahabwa
 
No 33-34 (2016): 33-34 Kuria Male Adolescents and Career Choice Experiences: The Role of Careers Knowledge and Significant Others Abstract   PDF
Hezron Z. Onditi
 
No 35 (2017) Language Teaching and Literacy Learning in Tanzania Primary Education: A Critical Review Abstract   PDF
Philipo John
 
No 31 (2012) Looking Backwards and Forwards: Gainers and Losers in Tanzania’s Primary Education System Abstract   PDF
Aneth Komba
 
No 35 (2017) Match and Mismatch between Pre-Primary Teachers’ Beliefs and Classroom Instruction in Teaching and Learning to Read Kiswahili in Tanzania: Implications for Teacher Education Abstract   PDF
Richard Shukia
 
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