COVID-19 Crisis and Adoption of Virtual Teaching Technology in Nigerian Secondary Schools: Teachers’ Perception, Titus O. AJEWOLE, Sunday B. ADEYEMI, Tobi E. AMOSSOU, Dominic O. ADEBAYO1

Abstract Based on the experiences of COVID-19 lockdown period, effectiveness of virtual schooling in Nigerian secondary schools has been questioned. School teachers are considered as not technically competent to masterly deploy online instructional method. Thus, using Ife-East Local Government Area in the South-West Region of the country as a case study, disposition of the teachers Read More …

Working Memory Capacity, and Selective Attention in Older Children with Mathematics Learning Disabilities, Ahmed K. Eid

Abstract Both verbal and visuospatial working memory adding to selective attention, have been examined in two groups (Mean age = 12.59 years old). One of the two groups displaying math learning disabilities (n=36), this group acts as an experimental group, and the other group without learning disabilities acts as a control group (n=36), the two Read More …

About Experiential Learning. Example for Higher Education, Roxana ARDELEANU

Abstract This paper presents an example of the application of experiential learning in higher education in mathematics. This is one of the actively participatory methods that is of maximum interest to students, but which is applied quite rarely, especially in higher education. The paper contains an overview of the main benefits of interactive teaching strategies, Read More …