Improving University Students’ Writing Skills in Pakistan

Abstract: The education system of Pakistan is not unified.  Students mainly attend three types of schools with different languages as medium of instruction; private schools, public schools and religious schools (called locally madrassas).  Even though mother tongue education is emphasized in education and literacy circles, Pakistan has not been able to implement policies that would […]

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Education and Training of Librarians for National Integration and Development in Nigeria

Abstract: Librarians are continuously expected to update their job knowledge and renew their job related skills to enable them compete effectively in our changing society. These professionals are also expected to acquire extensive education and training to enable them function properly and be productive in their organisations. Agreeably, for librarians to integrate and develop a […]

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Development of Methodical Materials for Teaching of Modern Physics

Abstract: In the paper, the results of a study into a problem of cognitive barriers (difficulties) related to the third component of a pedagogical triad “how to teach what to teach to how to be learned study” are reported. At the first stage, methodical approaches to academic performance rating for students learning mathematical and natural-science […]

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