The Ethiopian Journal of Education and Sciences (EJES) was established in 2005 under the faculty of education RPO with the general purpose of creating a scientific forum for education and science sector adjoined by some sensitive issues like HIV-AIDS and the University philosophy CBE.
Welcome to EJES websites, All academic staff of JU in general, education and science professionals in particular, are responsible to guide their students practice of research undertakings both in group tasks during Community Based Education (CBE) and Developmental Team Training Program (DTTP) and independent Student Research Project SRP) at senior level in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation.
Relationships among Teachers Sense of Efficacy, Self- Perceptions of the Teaching Roles and Selected Background Characteristics
Comparison of Traditional and Constructivist Teaching Approaches in Using English Language Learning Strategies; (Grade Eleven Students of Bahir Dar Preparatory School)
The purpose of this study was to compare constructivist and traditional teaching approaches in enhancing students’ use of appropriate English language learning strategies. Quazi experimental research was employed. Out of 20 grade 11 sections, two sections (N=97) were selected randomly. The first section contained 50 students and was taught using constructivist teaching approach. The second section of students had 47 students and was taught using traditional teaching approach. Learning strategy
Aspects of Plasma Television Supported Learning in Mathematics Classes in Selected Ethiopian High Schools
The purpose of this study was to examine the aspects of mathematics learning via Plasma TV based on the perceptions of students and teachers in Ethiopian high schools in selected four regional states. The design of the study was cross-sectional that used quantitative approach. A set of questionnaires was administered on high school mathematics teachers and students, and descriptive statistics was used to analyze the data.
Floristic Composition and Structural Analysis of Jibat Humid Afromontane Forest, West Shewa Zone, Oromia National Regional State, Ethiopia
The study was conducted on Jibat Forest to determine the floristic composition, vegetation structure and plant community types. Systematic sampling method was used to collect vegetation data. A total of 74 quadrats each with a size of 20 m x 20 m for woody species and with in each major plot, five sub plots of size 1 m x 1 m were established for herbacious data collection. All plant species in each quadrat were recorded. Height and DBH of each woody plant species with height ≥ 2.5 m and DBH ≥ 2.5 cm were measured. A total of 183 species representing 161 genera and 73 families