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issnThe International Journal of Research in Education and Psychology (IJREP) is a Multidisciplinary, open access journal with rapid peer-review, which publishes works from a wide range of fields, including Education, psychology, Mathematics, Management, anthropology, criminology, economics, geography, history, law, linguistics, political science, social policy, social work, sociology and so on

The main purpose of the IJREP is to publish original research articles pertaining to all fields of Education across all ages and educational levels. A secondary purpose of the Journal is the occasional publication of exceptionally important theoretical and review articles that are pertinent to Social Sciences.
The journal provides both Online /Print Publication.

Scope of the Journal

The International Journal of Research in Education and Psychology(IJREP)is not limited to a specific aspect of Education and Psychology but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the Education.

Call for Papers

The (IJREP) welcomes Original papers in all relevant fields of Education.

Submit manuscripts in MS Word (single document) as an E-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at editorijrep@gmail.com

Frequency: Quartery Journal (4 Issues per year) (March/June/Sep/Dec)

Journal Decision Making Process

Research
Articles
Vol.7. Issue.1.,2021 JAN-March
veda RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOAL SETTING AND LEARNERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF SCHOOL ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENTS

Martha Nduta Kiarie1*, Dr. Stella Juma PhD2 Dr. Jane Kembo PhD3

1*(Phd candidate Rongo University)

2(Lecturer school of Education, Rongo University.)

3(Senior lecturer,School of Education ,Rongo university)

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veda EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, AND SELF-ESTEEM ON PRINCIPALS’ ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICACY IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KWARA STATE

Dr. Fashiku, Christopher Oluwatoyin1*, Yusuf Abubakar Abiola2, Fashiku Bunmi Comfort3

1(Department of Educational Management,Faculty of Education, ,Obafemi  Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria.

2(Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, , Obafemi  Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria.)

3(Department of General Studies in Education,College of Education, Oro,Kwara State

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veda PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASPECTS IN DISTANCE LEARNING

Edited by Maria Anna Formisano   

(PhD-PhD University of Salerno, Psychologist and Lecturer)      

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Research
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Vol.6. Issue.4.,2020 Oct-Dec
veda THE AUTHENTIC MEANINGS OF THE VEDIC GODS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Milorad [sin Nada Tesla] Ivanković

Non-affiliated researcher,Vršac (Verschez), Serbia

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veda ROLE OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN ENHANCING COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AMONG TECHNICAL STUDENTS

Dr. Amara Rama Devi

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veda LITERATURE REVIEW OF THE LEARNER CENTRED TEACHING

Dr. Rajendra Kumar Shah

(Associate Professor, Sanothimi Campus, Tribhuvan University, Bhaktapur, Bagamaati Province 3, Nepal.)

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Research
Articles

Vol.6. Issue.3.,2020

July-Sep.
veda Effects of Frequent Assessment on Achievement and Attitude in Mathematics in Kenya, A Case Study of Migori Sub-County

Hamisi S.  Etshiano1 and *Lazarus Millan Okello (PhD)2

1(PhD Student at Rongo University, Department of Educational Psychology and Science.)

2 (Psychology Philosopher and Research Scholar, Department of Educational Psychology and Science, Rongo University, Kenya.)

 

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veda Chronological Development of the History of English Language and Literature

Forida Parvin1, Towhidul Islam2, Motlabur Rahman Sardar3

1(Department of English, Rajshahi Government Mahila College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.)  

2(Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Rajshahi Government Mahila College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.) 

3(Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Rajshahi Government Mahila College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.) 

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veda INFLUENCE OF SUBJECTIVE NORMS OF FAMILY MEMBERS

ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS IN PUBLIC

SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MIGORI COUNTY, KENYA

Hamisi S.  Etshiano1 , Dr. Jane Kembo,PhD2, Prof. Lucas O. Othuon, PhD.3

1(PhD Student at Rongo University, Department of Educational Psychology and Science, P.O Box 103-40404, Rongo, Kenya.)

2(Department of Curriculum Instruction and Media Education, Rongo University, P.O Box 103-40404, Rongo, Kenya.)

3(Department of Educational Psychology, Maseno University, Kenya.)

 

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