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Rwandan Journal of Education

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The Rwandan Journal of Education (Rwandan j. educ) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed, and annual journal dedicated to education.  Its primary goal is to publish and advance knowledge and research in the field of education. The journal is based at the University of Rwanda – College of Education (former Kigali Institute of Education) and it publishes articles that critically explore research and theoretical issues, as well as innovation that inform education policy, planning and practice.

RJE encourages submission of unpublished manuscripts on pertinent educational issues that stimulate and / or enrich discussion forums on improving quality in all aspects of education including teaching and learning processes, programs, governance, management and others.

Other websites associated with this journal: www.ce.ur.ac.rw 


Vol 4, No 2 (2018)

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Articles

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Evariste Karangwa 2
The impact of teaching approaches on effective physics learning: an investigation conducted in five Secondary Schools in Rusizi District, Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Daniel Uwizeyimana, LakhanLal Yadav, Theophile Musengimana, Jean Uwamahoro 4-14
Plagiarism in higher education environment: causes and solutions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel Sibomana, Irenee Ndayambaje, Emmanuel Uwambayinema 15-23
Every Supervisor tells me his or her own things: a personal lived experience with working with two PhD Supervisors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Epimaque Niyibizi 24-32
Students’ motivations and socio-professional integration as drivers of doctoral program completion: a reflection on personal experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Florien Nsanganwimana 33-43
Gender attitudes and perceptions towards mathematics performance and enrolment in Rwandan secondary schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Innocente Uwineza, Jolly Rubagiza, Theoneste Hakizimana, Jean Uwamahoro 44-56
Effect of supervision on timely completion of PhD Programme EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Irenee Ndayambaje 57-70
What works in citizenship and values education: attitudes of trainers towards the Itorero training program in post-genocide Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo 71-84
Field research ethical challenges in a post–conflict Rwandan society: mistrust experienced in data collection in Kigali City EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vincent Manirakiza 85-93


ISSN: 2312-9239
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