Vol. 16: JIPE: Journal of Issues and Practice in Education

Special Issue: International Conference for Educational Assessment: 50th Anniversary of the National Examinations Council, held at State University of Zanzibar (The Institute of Tourism),  Zanzibar (27th  - 28th  of Nov. 2023) Host: National Examination Council of Tanzania
Published: 2024-01-28

Full Issue


  • A National E-assessment Implementation Framework: Assessing Readiness in Secondary Schools and Teacher Education in Tanzania

    Said Ally
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1421
  • Barriers hindering Effective Engagement in Online Assessment for Teacher Education in Tanzania: Perspectives from two Teachers’ Colleges

    Aines Chasubuta , Placidius Ndibalema
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1422
  • Inclusive Assessment in Tanzania: A Myth or Reality?

    Mohamed Salum Msoroka
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1423
  • Mathematics Teachers’ Use of National Assessment Feedback Reports in Improving Pedagogical Practices in Secondary Schools

    Michael W. Nicodemus , Jimmy Ezekiel Kihwele
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1424
  • Investigating the Effect of Assessment Feedback on Students’ Learning and Performance in Tanzania: Lessons from Secondary Education Mathematics

    Alex Mlemba, Alex Mlemba, Winston Massam, Beatitude J. Mrema
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1425
  • Differentiated Assessments for Learners with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities in Inclusive Elementary Schools in Tanzania

    Miriam Loivotoki Laiser, Mohamed Salum Msoroka, Theresia Julius Shavega
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1426
  • Formative Assessment Practices and its Influence on Students’ Learning and Achievement in Biology: Lessons from a Selected Community Secondary School in Moshi, Tanzania

    Beatitude J. Mrema, Alex Mlemba, Winston Massam
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1427
  • Applauding or Criticising the Announcement of the Best School and Student in the National Examination: Which Way to Go?

    CRN, Charles Raphael
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1429
  • Transforming Biology Assessment through Written Feedback in Tanzania Secondary Education: Insights from Action Research

    Devotha Wilfredi , Nicholas Wachira
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1436
  • Competence-Based Assessment in Tanzanian Teacher Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: A Comprehensive Analysis

    Hamis Juma, G. S. Patel
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1437
  • Formative Assessment Practices and its Effect on Employability Skills to Vocational Students in Tanzania

    Mary Ogondiek
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1438
  • Proposal for Aligning the National Examinations Council of Tanzania’s Roles with Principles of Education for Self-Reliance

    Daniel Mbonea Mngarah
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1439
  • The Assessment Literacy for Secondary School Teachers in Tanzania

    Asia M. Rubeba, Paul Raphael Kitula
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1440
  • Integrating Learning Management System and Digital Library for Students’ Assessment

    Renatus Makolo, Fredrick Ishengoma, Deo Shao
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1441
  • Examiners’ Feedback Reports and their Effects on Mathematics Performance in Tanzanian Secondary Schools

    Geofrey Shahanga, Momole Kasambala
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1442
  • Utilisation of Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Assessment of Secondary School Students in Tanzania

    Saukwaeli E. Swai
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61538/jipe.v16i.1443