FACTORS AFFECTING RADIO BROADCASTS TO SCHOOLS IN KENYA: A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN RANGWE DIVISION, HOMA BAY COUNTY
The purpose of the study was to establish how different transmission modes affect the accessibility of the radio broadcast to schools within Rangwe Division, Homa Bay County. The study used descriptive survey design. Data collection was done using semi structured questionnaires and observation schedules. The data collected was analyzed both qualitatively and quantitatively using descriptive statistics with the help of Statistical Professional Social Sciences (SPSS) Version 20.Author : Erick Omulo Muga Ribba, (M.A)
IDENTIFYING EMBLEMS FROM AUGUSTINIAN AND FRANCISCAN CHURCHES IN THE PHILIPPINES: ARTS AND LINGUISTICS OF SACRED SYMBOLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
Augustinian and Franciscan orders in the Philippines brought spiritual cultures among Filipinos. One of these was the influence of their arts and practices which have been visible to their enormous churches built and established during the early 16th to 19th century. Part of the arts used by the two religious orders is the iconic symbols and emblems drawn, etched, affixed, molded or stamped on most of their liturgical objects which they have been using and transferred through space and time, from generation to generation.Author : Rico Paulo G. Tolentino, Ph.D. and Marinelle S. Domingo
EFFECT OF THINK-PAIR-SHARE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SELF-EFFICACY IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING IN ABIA STATE
The need to improve the poor academic performance of students in financial Accounting in both external and internal examinations necessitated this study. This study aimed at determining the effect of think-pair-share instructional strategy on students’ academic achievement and self-efficacy in financial accounting in secondary schools in Abia State. Quasi-experimental research design specifically, pre-test post-test non-equivalent control group design was adopted for the study and the population consisted of 846 senior secondary two (SS2) Financial accounting students in Abia.Author : Nwaukwa, Faith Chukwudi and Prof. Okolocha, C.C.