JOURNAL OF ISSUES AND PRACTICE IN EDUCATION

 

 

 

The Journal of Issues and Practice in Education (JIPE) is a property of the Open University of Tanzania and is operated by the Faculty of Education. The journal publishes research articles that add new knowledge in the field of education.

 






Editorial board 

Dr. Evaristo A. Mtitu

Chief Editor; Ed. Curriculum Theory & Practice,Faculty of Education, The Open University of Tanzania

Prof. Cornelia Muganda

Education Foundation, The Open University of Tanzania

Dr. Felix Mulengeki

Curriculum and Instructions, The Open University of Tanzania

Prof. Philemon A. K. Mushi  

University of Dar es Salaam

Dr. Elinami Swai

Adult and Distance Education, The Open  University of Tanzania

 

Prof. Emmanuel Babyegeya   Ed. Admin, Plan and Policy Studies, The Open University of Tanzania

 

Dr. Peter P. Lipembe

Linguistics, The Open University of Tanzania

Dr. Joviter K. Katabaro

DUCE

Prof Issa M. Omari

Educational Psychology, The Open University of Tanzania

 

The Journal of Issues and Practice in Education (JIPE) is a property of the Open University of Tanzania and is operated by the Faculty of Education. The journal publishes research articles that add new knowledge in the field of education.

 

All correspondence should be addressed to:

The Chief Editor –JIPE

The Open University of Tanzania

P.O. Box 23409

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania or

Email: jipe@out.ac.tz

©The Open University of Tanzania, 2016 All rights reserved

 Note: Opinions expressed in this journal are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the publisher- The Open University of Tanzania

The Purpose of the Publication

The Journal of Issues and Practice in Education (JIPE) is a refereed journal produced by the Faculty of Education of the Open University of Tanzania. It is published twice a year that is June and December. The journal is designed to inform both academics and the public on issues and practice related to the field of education.

The journal provides academics with a forum to share experiences and knowledge. It also informs the public about issues pertinent to their day to day educational experiences. Sharing information related to education is important not only for academic professional and career development but also for informed policy makers and community activity in matters pertaining to the field of education.