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ON UNIQUENESS OF HUMAN MIND

Written By Mussa Muneja on Thursday, 16 October 2014 | 05:52

Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions--Oliver Wendel
This is a very strange saying. However it locks up a lot of truth in it. Suppose we say a mind gains an insight on doing something good to human beings like giving free service--then the mind will never remain the same. On the other hand when a mind gains an experience of doing something evil (mention any), it will never be the same! So my advice lets keep doing good for our minds. If you are a believer in Yahweh, you have a plus!

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR THE YEAR 2015



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The Ministry of Education and Vocational Training as a nominating agent in the country for the Commonwealth scholarships in inviting applications from qualified Tanzanians for Masters and Doctorate degrees tenable in the United Kingdom in the year 2015.

The Scholarships include:
  • One year taught masters courses of equivalent degrees.
  • Doctorate degrees of up to three years duration.

Qualifications:
  1. Applicants must be holders of bachelor of masters degrees;
  2. Applicants for masters must have bachelor degrees of GP A not less than 3.5; and
  3. Applicants for Doctorate degrees must have a B Grade Masters degrees or a GPA 4.0 or above at Masters level.


Mode of Application:
  • All applications should be made directly to the Commonwealth Secretariat and should be online using the following link: http://bit.ly/cscuk-apply
  • It is important that applicants should read and understand all given instructions when filling the application forms, and should attach all necessary attachmentssuch as certified copies of academic certificates, transcripts, birth certificates and submit online through the above mentioned link.
All applicants who wish to be nominated by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, should print one hard copy of completely filled application form, attach with certified photocopies of academic certificates, transcripts and birth certificates and submit them to the address below before 31st October, 2014.



The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education and Vocational Training,
P.O. Box 9121,
DAR ES SALAAM.

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10 JOBS IN TEACHING AND TRAINING WAITING FOR YOU IN TANZANIA

  • Geography Teacher
    DAR ES SALAAM 

    Apply Before: 31 Oct 2014


  • Mwandege Boys' Secondary School
  • Teacher 
    DAR ES SALAAM 

    Apply Before: 20 Oct 2014


  • Al Muntazir Schools
  • Headteacher
    ARUSHA 

    Apply Before: 31 Oct 2014
  • BLUE SKY PRE & PRIMARY SCHOOL
  • Teacher
    ARUSHA 

    Apply Before: 31 Oct 2014


  • Tumaini nursery School
  • IT Teachers
    DAR ES SALAAM 

    Apply Before: 31 Dec 2014


  • Biznocrats Consulting Enterprise

CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR THE YEAR 2014

Written By Mussa Muneja on Sunday, 12 October 2014 | 01:15

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The Ministry of Education and Vocational Training is inviting applications from qualified Tanzanians for a one- year Masters Degree under the Chevening Scholaships Program tenable in the United Kingdom in the year 2014/2015.

The Chevening Scholarships will cover:
· Tuition fees;
· A living allowance at set rate (for one individual);
· An economy class return airfare to the UK; and
· An additional allowance package.

Qualifications 
· Applicants must be holders of bachelor degree with upper second class honours degree
· Applicants must be completed at least two years work or equivalent experience before applying for a Chevening Scholarship
· Applicants must be able to meet the Chevening minimum English language requirement
· Applicants must be able to obtain the correct visa, and receive an unconditional offer from a UK university.
· Further details of the eligibility criteria can be found at www.chevening.org/apply/ guidance

Mode of Application:
· All applications should be made online to the Chevening Scholarship through the Chevening Scholarships website before the closing date
·It is important that applicants before applying online, should read and understand all given instructions, and should attach all necessary attachment such as certified photocopies of academic certificates, transcripts, birth certificates and submit online through the below indicated link.
· Applicants must specify three courses according to your precedence that you wish to study to three universities and submit to these universities at the same time as, or before applying for a chevening Scholarships
· Applicants must demonstrate how you meet the chevening Scholarships selection criteria in your application.
· Further details of the online application process can be found at www.chevening.org/apply

All applicants who wish to be nominated by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, should print one hard copy of completely filled application form, attach with certified photocopies of academic certificates, transcripts, and birth certificate and submit them to the address below before 15th October, 2014.

The Permanent Secretary,

Ministry of Education and Vocational Training,

7 Magogoni Street,

P. O. Box 9121,

11479 DAR ES SALAAM.

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DR MUNEJA GETS ANOTHER BOOK CHAPTER IN TEACHER EDUCATION ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION


The Editorial Board is most grateful for Dr. Mussa S. Muneja valued contribution and we are

profoundly honored when IGI Global invited us to edit a book on Instructional Technologies and teacher Education, and we rose up to the challenge of eliciting chapters that collaborates efforts from scholars worldwide. In total, there were over 40 submissions from which 23 was chosen, which has culminated into an excellent resource from 37 academicians in five continents. This book ‘Enhancing Teacher Education with Advanced Instructional Technologies’ (http://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/1143)
is a coherent piece of work. The approaches presented here derive primarily from contributors’ background and experiences in instructional technology, teaching and learning and teacher education.

Here below are forthcoming chapters

Papers

Section 1
Digital Resources and Teacher Education
Chapter  1
Video use in Teacher Education: Transition from a Teaching Tool to an Assessment Tool.
          Ashley Hodge, Duquesne University Pittsburgh, USA
          David D. Carbonara, Duquesne University Pittsburgh, USA



Chapter 2
The 21st Century Library and Information Services for the Enhancement of Teacher Education………………………………………………………………………………….
          Jerome Idiegbeyan-ose, Covenant University Ota, Nigeria
          Promise Ilo, Covenant University Ota, Nigeria
          Chidi Isiakpona, Covenant University Ota, Nigeria



Chapter 3
Potentials of Selected Information and Communication Technologies in Adult Education Programmes in Nigeria……………………………………………………………………
          Melvins Enwuvesi Hanachor, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
          Rex Aduvo Needom, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria



Chapter 4
Instructional Design for the Technological Learning Environment………………………… 
          Demetrick Williams, Rowan University, USA



Chapter 5
ODeL as an Alternative Instructional Delivery Mode for Higher Education in Nigeria: The Place and Challenges of Using Open Educational Resources…………………………
          Baribor Vikoo, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
          Saturday Tete Birabil, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria



Section 2
Adoption of Technology in Teacher Education



Chapter 6
Merits and Worth of National Open University of Nigeria as Distance Education Intervention………………………………………………………………………………..
          Peter James Kpolovie, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
          Isaac Esezi Obilor, Rivers State College of Arts and Science, Nigeria
          Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Nigeria



Chapter 7
Active Learning Application of Technology Tools and Services and Increased Student Achievement in Online and Blended Learning Environments in Higher Education Institutions……………………………………………………………………………….
          Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Nigeria



Chapter 8
The Adoption of Instructional Technologies in Teacher Education: Re-conceptualising Instructional Technologies within the Context of Nigeria’s Level of Development…………………………………………………………………………….
          Steve Nwokeocha, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria



Chapter 9
Relevance of the Use of Instructional Materials in Teaching and Pedagogical delivery: An Overview……………………………………………………………………………………
          Monsuru Babatunde Muraina, University of Uyo, Nigeria

Chapter 10
Blended Learning in Teacher education: Uncovering its Transformative Potential for Teacher Preparation Programs…………………………………………………………….
          Jackie HeeYoung Kim, Armstrong State University
          Danilo Baylen, University of West Georgia
          Amy Leh, California State University San Bernardino
          Lijia Lin, East China Normal University



Section 3
Curriculum Resources in Teacher Education

Chapter 11
Improving Initial Teacher Education in Australia: Solutions and Recommendations from the Teaching Teachers for the Future Project……………………………………………
          Glenn Finger, Griffith Institute for Educational Research, Griffith University



Chapter 12
Curriculum Development and Scientific Research………………………………………
          Lazarus Ndiku Makewa, University of Eastern Africa, Kenya



Chapter 13
Climate Change Education in Nigeria: The Role of Curriculum Review………………..
          Rose Ngozi Amanchukwu, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Nigeria
          ThankGod Amadi-Ali, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Nigeria



Chapter 14
Education Paradigm and Globalization……………………………………………………
          Belgin Arslan Cansever, Ege University, Turkey



Chapter 15
Curriculum Implementation and Teacher Motivation: A Theoretical Framework…………
          Lazarus Ndiku Makewa , University of Eastern Africa, Kenya
          Baraka Manjale Ngussa, University of Arusha



Chapter 16
Curriculum Development Models for Quality Educational System……………………….
          Melody Ndidi Modebelu, Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Nigeria



Chapter 17
Current and Future Trends in Higher Education Learning: Implications for Curriculum Design and Delivery……………………………………………………………………….
          Mary Holz-Clause, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, U.S.A.
          Dileepkumar Guntuku, International Crop Research Institute for Semi-arid Tropics,      Patancheru, India
          Vikram Koundinya, University of Connecticut, U.S.A.
          Reginald Clause, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, U.S.A
          Kanika Singh, International Crop Research Institute for Semi-arid Tropics, Patancheru, India



Chapter 18
Tanzania Textbooks, Curriculum and Politics: A Documentary Analysis…………………
          Mussa S. Muneja, University of Arusha, Tanzania



Chapter 19
Speaking Mathematically: The Role of Language and Communication in Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Junior Secondary Schools in Nigeria……………………
           Kassim Olusanmi Ajayi, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Nigeria
           Abisola O. Lawani, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Nigeria



Section 4
Educational Leadership and Management



Chapter 20
Educational Leadership for Enhancing Quality in Teacher Education……………………
          Neeta Baporikar, University of Pune, India



Chapter 21
Teacher Education in Nigerian Universities: Leadership and Management in Instructional Technology…………………………………………………………………………………
          Basil Azubuike Akuegwu, University of Calabar, Nigeria



Chapter 22
Leadership and Management in Instructional Technology in Teacher Education…………
          Ali Rıza Erdem, Pamukkale University, Turkey



Chapter 23
Current Economic and Political Dispensation and Teacher Education Programs in Niger Delta Region: Means of Enhancing Teacher Education…………………………………
          Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Nigeria.
          Nanighe Baldwin Major, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Nigeria
          Peter James Kpolovie, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria









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