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Examining the implementation of school feeding program in a context of fee-free education policy to support early childhood learning: A case of two primary schools in iringa municipality,Tanzania


Author: Nkota Hamis Pintson 

Year: 2020

Investigating how parental involvement influences learning outcomes of their children in early childhood education in Taita Taveta County


Author: Mwaisaka Aithophel Mzumbi  

Year: 2020

An investigation into how teachers support learners reading in grade one: a study of a selected primary school in Kenya, Kisumu County, Nyando sub-county


Author: Okoth K'ochuka Felix 

Year: 2020


Exploring the factors influencing parental involvement in early childhood education in Masasi district, Tanzania


Author: Said Azam

Year: 2019

Addressing cultural diversity in early childhood classes: what are teachers competencies?


Author: Ramadhan Prezy Emanuel

Year: 2019



Investigating the use of pictures to enhance reading in early years: a case study of an early childhood development centre in western Kenya


Author: Kisiang'ani Damary Luvayo

Year: 2019


Utilizing play in developing learning of numeracy skills in pre primary children in Nachingwea District, Lindi Region


Author: Kwezi Noreen Melchades

Year: 2018

Using oral traditions(stories) in teaching numeracy in early childhood in lower primary p1-3, West Nile Sub-Region Uganda


Author: Anywar Owiny Anthony

Year: 2015


Exploring the factors influencing parental involvement in early childhood care and education in Gomba District in Uganda


Author: Harriet Nakirya

Year: 2015



Critical literacy development in early childhood education


Author: Duwe Blandina Francis

Year: 2015






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