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Assessment Practices in the Developing World: Predictors of Assessment Practices in Ugandan Institutions of Higher Learning
(IIUM Journal of educational studies, 2015)
This study analysed the predictors of assessment practices employed by faculty at selected institutions in Uganda. An Assessment Practices Inventory Modified (APIM) scale was distributed to a sample of 350 academic staff ...
Education Dualism and Secularism: An Integrated Education Approach to the Education System in Uganda
(EDUCARE: International Journal for Educational Studies, 2013)
Dualism in education is not good for Muslim education and an integrated curriculum should be opted in order to resist secularism in Muslim communities. The purpose of this paper was to underscore the rapid spread of ...
Distance education in Uganda: issues, opportunities, and challenges
(OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, 2012)
This article addresses how distance education has enabled universities in Uganda to extend their educational services beyond their boundaries to student who are not on campus. This has increased on universities’ ...
Comparing effects of traditional and multimedia teaching of vital signs assessment on knowledge acquisition of nursing students at Islamic University in Uganda.
(Akamai University, 2017)
This study aims at comparing effect of traditional and multimedia teaching of vital signs assessment on knowledge acquisition of nursing students at IUIU. Quasi-experimental design was used for the study and a sample of ...
Massification or Quality of Graduates? A Model for Higher Education and Development in Uganda
(African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 2018)
Massification of higher education is inevitable in the development process of Uganda where the country’s Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) is at 6.8%. Massification in Uganda was introduced with an aim of higher education ...
An Analysis of Quality Assurance Key Performance Indicators in Research in Ugandan Universities
(International Journal of Instruction, 2018)
In a university, research is used to generate new knowledge and also increases the visibility of the university. The quality of research undertaken by the university is important in defining the nature of the university ...