Vol 3, No 1 (2016)

International Open & Distance Learning Journal (Teacher Development)

Table of Contents


Academic Counselling in ODL: Experiences of the Zambian Open University Remote PDF
Daniel L. Mpolomoka, Esther Kanduza, Cheyo Sichali, Rex L. Sampa
An Analysis of Pre-Service Science Teachers’ Perceptions of Science Teacher Preparation through Open and Distance Learning PDF
Alois Matorevhu
Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the Decentralisation of the Bachelor of Education in Science through Open Distance and E – Learning (ODeL) of the University of Zimbabwe PDF
Alois Matorevhu,
Experiences of the Twenty First Century (21st) Teachers in using digital tools in the classroom: A case of four selected Harare Region high schools in Zimbabwe PDF
Judith Tafangombe
Guidance and Counselling Internship Experiences of ODL Students in Zambia PDF
Daniel L. Mpolomoka, Esther Kanduza, Peter Sampa, Cheyo Sichali, Webster Hamweete
Teaching Experience of Student-Teachers in ODL Tertiary Institutions in Zambia PDF
Daniel L. Mpolomoka, Akombelwa Muyangana, Selina Banda, Mbono Dube, Michael Mabenga, Kennedy Kangwa, Liwakala Muyoba
Opportunities and challenges faced in training Ministers of Religion through Open and Distance Learning: The case for Zimbabwe Theological Education by extension PDF
Simon Madhiba
Unmet academic needs: A dilemma of students with visual impairment in inclusive education in Masvingo District of Zimbabwe PDF
Mahanya Phillimon, Owence Chabaya
Zimbabwe primary teachers’ 2-5-2 training programme: A dilemma for female students: A case study of three Government Teachers’ Colleges PDF
Etwin Madungwe
The use of Hybrid Instructional Mode in the Open University of Tanzania: Prospects and constraints PDF Untitled
Harrieth G Mtae

ISSN: 978-1-77938-8209