JELT 2020 Issues

Vol. 1 No. 3  August 2020

Impact of Leadership Styles of Principals on Teacher Educants: A Study of Colleges of Education in Northern Ghana
Authors: Iddrisu Sulemana, Shanunu Zakaria, Alhassan Imoro Nuhu
Issue: Vol.1 No.3 August 2020 Article 1  pp.61-68 DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020081
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Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use of Social Media among Pre-service Teachers in Ghana
Authors: Daniel Paa Korsah,Issah Bala Abdulai, Daniel Gbormittah
Issue: Vol.1 No.3 August 2020 Article 2 pp.69-78  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020082
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Vol. 1 No. 2  June 2020

Factors Affecting Reading Performance of Primary Four School Children: The Case of University Practice School (South Campus) Winneba, Ghana.
Author: Evelyn Susuana Ayorkor Asumang
Issue: Vol.1 No.2 June 2020 Article 1  pp.39-47  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020061
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Internet Addiction Among KNUST School of Medical Sciences and Dentistry (KSMD) Students – A Preliminary Study in Ghana.
Author: Christian Amoah, Addo Frimpong–Manso, Emma Sethina Adjaottor, Ebenezer Otu Ayeboafo Ansah & Nceba Z. Somhlaba
Issue: Vol.1 No.2 June 2020 Article 2 pp.48-60  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020062
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Vol. 1 No. 1  May 2020

Learners’ Characteristics and Academic Performance: A Study of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Primary School, Ghana
Author: Olivia Akrofi
Issue: Vol.1 No.1 May 2020 Article 1 pp.1-9  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020051
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Acid Test of Ghana’s Educational Institutions Operating Distance Learning Programs
Authors : William K. Koomson & Naa Kai Amanor-Mfoafo
Issue: Vol.1 No.1 May 2020 Article 2 pp.10-17  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020052
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Determining Participating Factors in Physical Education/Sporting Activities of the Deaf: A Study of Savelugu School for the Deaf
Authors : Shanunu Zakaria, Iddrisu Sulemana, Alhassan Imoro Nuhu
Issue: Vol.1 No.1 May 2020 Article 3  pp.18- 28   DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020053
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A Study on Factors Influencing the Career Choices of Students in Senior High Schools in Ghana: The Case of SHS Students in the Abuakwa South Municipality
Authors : Bernard Adinkrah & Charles Fosu-Ayarkwah
Issue: Vol.1 No.1 May 2020 Article 4 pp.29 -38  DOI :10.38159/jelt.2020054
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