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Abstract: Conflicts seem to be a continuous factor in leaning institutions these days and it is becoming a part of academic life. Schools frequently appear to be a field of disagreement and on occasion, they are perhaps a manifestation of problems in the community. For a school to be effective, individual members need to be able to work in a conflict free environment. The general objective of the study was to investigate on the influence of strategies adopted by school management in containing conflicts in public primary schools in Lamu County. Specifically, the study sought to establish the influence of competing strategy adopted by school management; the influence of collaboration strategy adopted by school management; the influence of avoiding strategy adopted by school management and the influence of compromising strategy adopted by school management in containing conflicts in public primary schools in Lamu County........
Key Words: containing conflicts, strategies.
. Adeyemi, T. &. (2012). Conflict Management Strategies and Administration Effectiveness in Nigerian Universities. Ekiti state university. Ekiti, Nigeria: P.M. B 5363 Ado. doi/10.1108/JEDT-08-2012-0210
. Adhiambo, R. a. (2015). Assessment of conflict management and resolution in public secondary schools in Kenya. International Research Journal. 2(1) 21-35 /doi/10.1108/RSR-08-2017-0028
. Agolli, I., & Rada, A. (2015). Teachers' Experience and Perceptions on Conflicts at Schools: Their Solution and Addressing. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 5(2), 69-69.doi/10.1108/15982688200700029
. Blaauw, D., Ditlopo, P., & Rispel, L. C. (2014). Nursing education reform in South Africa–lessons from a policy analysis study. Global Health Action, 7(1), 26401.doi/10.1108/09578239910288414
. Bommel, K. V. (2014). Towards a legitimate compromise? An exploration of Integrated Reporting in the Netherlands. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 27(7), 1157-1189./doi/10.1108/17595901311299057.
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Abstract: Coaching is the formation ofindividualassociation or connections for the determination of specializededucational instruction and supervision management. In instruction, the importance assessment of coaching has been documented and accepted in the use of educators and other experts as a relationship between an experienced and a less experienced person in which the coach provides guidance, advice, support, and feedback to the protégé (Haney, 2014). Additionally, it is a way to help new staff learn about governmental background, facilitate individual and career growth and development, and increase opportunities for those customarily hampered by organizational barriers. The following were identified......
. Cayco,F. (2010). The writing of FlorentionCayco. Manila: Arellano University.
. Cruz, F. (2016). Teaching Coaching a critical Review Journal for development.
. Cruz, R. (2010). On the Coaching Style based on the role of the School Heads.Manila
. Gasmer, T. (2014). Preparing Mentors of beginning Teachers: An Overview for Staff Developers Journal of Staff Development.
. Glass and Hopkins (2012). Role of Mentor and Challenges in Education. Toronto Canada.: Ace Publication.
. Tariman, J. (2015). Teachers Supervisor Bridge Washington. America: Truman Publication.
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Abstract: Within the framework of the reform of the Tunisian education system, this study tries to characterize the curri-culum wished by physical education teachers. It also tries to scrutinize the order of priority of the educational goals proposed by the reform. Under this rubric and having the same object, 203 teachers have answered a questionnaire conceived and used by a European study. The tool has been translated and validated according to the approach suggested by Vallerand (1989). The results reveal a convergence inthe teachers' answers ingener-al and transversal objectives at the detriment of the objectives that are mainly specific to the physical and sports activities.
. BOS, Jean Claude, and AMADE-ESCOT, Chantal, (2004) Les nouveaux programmes d'EPS en France. Analyse de l'échec de deux tentatives de rénovation : archaïsme des enseignants ou résistance à l'idéologie postmoderne ?, JONNAERT, Philippe, M'BATIKA, Armand, Regards croisés sur les réformes curricula ? Sainte-Foy, Presses Universitaires du Québec.
. BOUSLAMA, Fredj. (2008). Le curriculum d'éducation physique souhaité par les enseignants d'EPS : contribution à la didactique curricula. Mémoire de mastère en didactique des disciplines. Unpublished. University of Tunis. October 2008.
. JACOB, Steve, OUVRARD, Laurence, BELANGER Jean-François. L'évaluation participative en action, le projet d'évaluation des pratiques du centre jeunesse de québec-institut universitaire, winter 2010, No. 2, cahiers de la performance et de l'évaluation, Que-bec, bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec.
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. KEDDIE, Nell. (1971). ClassroomKnowledge, in LEVASSEUR, Louis. (1999), La métamorphose du politique et ses incidences sur l'éducation au Québec. Cahiers de recherchesociologique, No. 32, (pp. 2-13).
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|Title||:||Cosmetology Curriculum in the Fashion Industry: A Need for Harmonizationatall Levels of Education in Ghana|
Abstract: Cosmetology industry has been in existence since time immemorialand it has been nature man to enhance appearance and has gradually found itself in the classroom. This is a booming industry in Ghana, where growing interest of people as well as academic training in the world of work. There exist curriculum disparities at the different levels of education, progression and continuity of trainees from one level to the other. This article brings to bearthe unreachedareas ofthetrade and adds to the training in the cosmetology industry. The number of colleges of education, the number of teacher universities offering fashion or clothing and textiles, the secondary technical schools under Ghana Education Service (GES) and private cosmetology school is presented along with their curricula. It also highlighted how cosmetology training is done in all these categories of schools and the gaps....
Keywords: Cosmetology, Curriculum, Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET),
. Amedorme, S.K. and Fiagbe, Y. (2013).Challenges Facing Technical and Vocational Education in Ghana. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research, 6(4), 20-29
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Ghana Government white paper report.
. Asare, K. (2009).Education: Training, retraining and retaining teaches in Ghana (Part 1). Retrieved on 12/01/2020
. Asare, K.B.(2011). Community participation in basic education in Kwabre district in Ashanti region of Ghana International Journal of Basic Education,2(1),43-52
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|Title||:||Determination Of The Potential Danger In The Working Zone Of The Railway Workers On The Basis Of The Integral Index|
|Authors||:||Professor TretyakovOleg || Ukraine, Kharkiv|
Abstract: The article deals with the principles, methods and criteria for risk assessment to create controlled conditions that minimize the possible consequences of the impact of harmful and dangerous factors of the production environment and the labor process of railway workers. The unified approach to calculation of industrial risk on the basis of dependence on parameters of working environment and taking into account time of stay of workers in an area of influence of dangerous factors is offered.
Keywords: transport, occupational risk, industrial risk, hazardous factor, hazardous factor, occupational safe-ty and health, occupational safety, hygiene standard.
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. Статут (Конституція) Всесвітньої організації охорони здоров'я. [Чинний від 1946-07-22]. URL:https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/995_599 (дата звернення 3.08.2020).
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. Руденко, С.В., Гогунский В.Д. Оценка экологической безопасности в проектах: монографія. Одесса : Феникс, 2006. 144 с..
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Abstract: Understanding of scientific concepts is becoming increasingly difficult for young learners, especially those in basic schools. The difficulty is about the teaching approach adopted by the science teachers. The traditional teaching approach that is, lecturing, is often used by teachers because of its ease of use and lack of knowledge of alternative teaching approaches. This study was conducted to compare the 7E learning cycle model with the traditional lecture method. An experimental and control group approach was used, each group consisting of 20 students. The study found that students instructed using the 7E learning cycle model showed better performance and understanding of concepts than the control group, as the statistics show a significant difference in the performance......
Keywords: alternative teaching approaches, 7E learning cycle model, traditional lecture method, cognitive framework.
. Abdi, A. (2014). The Effect of Inquiry-Based Learning Method on Students' Academic Achievement in Science Course. Universal journal of educational Research, 2(1), 37-41. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2014.020104.
. Adesoji, F. A., & Idika, M. I. (2015). Effects of 7E Learning Cycle Model and Case-Based Learning Strategy on Secondary School Students' Learning Outcomes in Chemistry. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education, 19(1), 7-17.
. Aydeniz, M., Cihak, D. F., Graham, S. C., & Retinger, L. (2012). Using Inquiry-Based Instruction for Teaching Science to Students with Learning Disabilities. International Journal of Special Education, 27(2), 189-206.
. Ayvaci, H. S., Yildiz, M., & Bakirci, H. (2015). An evaluation of the instruction carried out with printed laboratory materials designed in accordance with 5e model: reflection of light and image on a plane mirror. EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(6), 1677-1695.
. Balta, N., & Sarac, H. (2016). The Effect of 7E Learning Cycle on Learning in Science Teaching: A Meta-Analysis Study. European Journal of Educational Research, 5(2), 61-72.
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Abstract: This research was carried out in order to identify the influence of in-service training on primary school teachers` job performance in Nsukka Local Government Education Authority. The study adopted descriptive survey research design. The population of the study was 1,053 primary school teachersin all the 117 public primary schools in Nsukka Local Government Education Authority (2019/2020 session). The sample size was 282 and was obtained using Cochran`s statistic sample formula of n =(𝑛𝑜1+(𝑛𝑜−1)𝑁 ) and the sampling technique......
Keywords: In-Service Training, Teachers` Job Performance, Gender, Location, Years of Experience and Qualification.
. Imaowaji FM. In-service training and teachers` job performance in public secondary schools in River State. International Journalof Scientific Research in Education. 2018; 11(3B): 493-520.
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. Moeini H. Identifying needs: A missing part in teacher training programmes. International Journal of Media Technology and Life Long Learning. 2008; 4(1): 1-10.