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.
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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
Dear readers: The authors for the article in vol. 8 No 1 on page 29, entitled “A descriptive survey on teachers’ perception of EFL Writing and Their Practice of Teaching writing: Preparatory Schools in Jimma Zone in Focus” are Tekele Fered, Ebabu Tefera and Endalfer Melese we apologize for missing Endalfer Melese during the photo print preparation stage.
Challenges of Tirunesh Dibaba National Athletics Training Center Field Event Trainee Athletes’ in Assela - Ethiopia
The present study was designed to identify the major challenges experienced by field event trainee athletes. In so doing the study was confined at Trunish Dibaba National Athletics Training Center in Ethiopia. To achieve the stated objective, the researcher mainly used qualitative case study methodology, as the topic under study focuses on a particular training center, and incorporates limited numbers of field event trainee
Abundance and use of Vepris dainellii (Pichi-Serm.) Kokwaro, an Ethiopian endemic plant, in Melokoza woreda, Southern Ethiopia
The study on abundance, distribution and use of Vepris dainellii was undertaken in Melokoza woreda (administrative unit) in GamoGofa Zone of Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR). The objective of this study was to assess the use of this species by local communities and its current population status in its natural habitat in south-west Ethiopia where it is poorly known. The study approach was categorized into three 1) market survey, 2) informant interview and 3) species population inventory in the surrounding natural habitat. Market survey was mainly focused on
Perceived Instructional and Assessment Practices as Related to Academic Achievement of Mathematics Students in Jimma University, 2004 E. C.
Students’ Perception of the Teaching and Learning of Plant and Machinery Valuation in a Nigerian University
Plant and machinery valuation is an important aspect of valuation which is taught within the Estate Management and Valuation curriculum in Nigerian universities. This study examined the perception of students towards the teaching and learning of plant and machinery valuation in a typical Nigerian university. Data for the study were obtained through structured questionnaires administered to 500-level Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) Degree students in the Department of Estate Management and Valuation, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria, selected