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Gaborone, Botswana
Website: www.bera.org.bw
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PRESS RELEASE
02 June2014
 
Dear Members
 
Lesotho Educational Research Association (LERA) would like to confirm that papers
from the following (125) members of Botswana Educational Research Association have
been accepted for the 15th Biennial BOLESWANA International Symposium due to be
held at the National University of Lesotho Roma Campus on23 -25 July 2014 under the
theme f{dweati*Nra} Research for Social Trmnsftlnm*tic]m. The Local Organising
Committee (LOC) heartily congratulates BERA on this outstanding commitment to
participate in this collaborative event. Members are advised to start working on full
papers to be submitted before the end of June 2014.
 
W V, G Mafuta
Executive Admin
 
+267 355 28 38
+267 355 49 27
 
Name of Participant Paper (Co-) Submitted
1) Johnson Nenty Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Economic and Human Development in Botswana and another paper on - Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Social and Cultural Development in Botswana
2) Moyo Sello Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Economic and Human Development in Botswana and another paper on - Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Social and Cultural Development in Botswana
3) Phuthi Fiji Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Economic and Human Development in Botswana and another paper on - Transformatory Gap Analysis of Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of Higher Education as a Means of Achieving Social and Cultural Development in Botswana
4) Boitumelo Mangope The Lived Experiences of General Secondary Education Teachers in Inclusive Classrooms in Botswana: “Are we coping?” and another article titled- In-service teachers’ perceptions on the idea of democracy in education: The Case of Botswana Primary schools.
5) T E Major The Lived Experiences of General Secondary Education Teachers in Inclusive Classrooms in Botswana: “Are we coping?” and another article titled- In-service teachers’ perceptions on the idea of democracy in education: The Case of Botswana Primary schools.
6) Patricia D. Kgoroba Exploratory Analysis of Pre-Service Teachers' Self-Efficacy of Teaching Skills
7) M. Setlhomokoloi-Keaikitse1 Exploratory Analysis of Pre-Service Teachers' Self-Efficacy of Teaching Skills
8) Matsoga J. T Participation of Learners with Disabilities in Inclusive Classes of Botswana and Zimbabwe Rural Primary Schools
9) Mauganidze O Participation of Learners with Disabilities in Inclusive Classes of Botswana and Zimbabwe Rural Primary Schools
10) Oitshepile M. Modise From Disengagement to Empowerment through Adult Education: The Case of the Marginalized Rural Population of Botswana
11) Rebecca Nthogo Lekoko From Disengagement to Empowerment through Adult Education: The Case of the Marginalized Rural Population of Botswana
12) Modise Mosothwane Mathematics Curriculum reforms in Botswana: An Historical Perspective
13) Service Delivery and Provisions for Deaf Children with Intellectual Disability in Botswana Basic Education Curriculum: To What Extent?
14) Nelly Malatsi Service Delivery and Provisions for Deaf Children with Intellectual Disability in Botswana Basic Education Curriculum: To What Extent?
16)  Nkobi OwenPansiri The Contagious Effect of Age on School Performance: Evidence from Botswana and an abstract titled – When is Knowledge Really Power? The Case of Intergenerational Sex and HIV in Botswana.
17) Gabatshwane Taka Tsayang The Contagious Effect of Age on School Performance: Evidence from Botswana and an abstract titled – When is Knowledge Really Power? The Case of Intergenerational Sex and HIV in Botswana.
18) K Kgosidialwa Perceptions of Parenting Practices: Their Effect on Child's Psychosocial Adjustment and Academic Performance: A Case of Botswana Parents
19) E G Seeco Perceptions of Parenting Practices: Their Effect on Child's Psychosocial Adjustment and Academic Performance: A Case of Botswana Parents
20) Boitumelo Leloba Selerio Factors Explaining Senior Secondary School Teachers' level of satisfaction with the Use of Performance management System as a Performance Tool
21) Martin B. Keabona Botswana Youth Risk Behavioural Surveillance Survey
22) Dama Mosweunyane Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Development in the Developing World
23) Miriam Othusitse An Investigation of the Management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Regular Primary School Classrooms in Botswana
24) Tiro Mokgoare Capabilities of Using Mobile Phone Technology in Secondary Schools: Adaptable Possibilities for Botswana
25) Paul T. Nleya Capabilities of Using Mobile Phone Technology in Secondary Schools: Adaptable Possibilities for Botswana
26) Tjisuta Zeriua Job Satisfaction as a Consequence of Perceived Occupational Stress among University of Botswana Academic Staff
27) Wazha Motale An Investigation of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Graduate Employability: Case Stusy of BTEP Graduates of Gaborone Technical College
28) Kelebogile Kgosi A Systematic Review on the Role of ICT in Teaching and Learning Home Economics in Secondary Schools
29) Ellen Mokenane A Systematic Review on the Role of ICT in Teaching and Learning Home Economics in Secondary Schools
30) Teko Mogapi The Quality of Special Education Services in Botswana Schools: Perceptions of the beneficiaries
31) Neo Habangana The Quality of Special Education Services in Botswana Schools: Perceptions of the beneficiaries
32) Dineo Orateng Inclusive Education in Botswana Junior Secondary Schools: Implications for Students with Disabilities
33) Gakebainee Ping Inclusive Education in Botswana Junior Secondary Schools: Implications for Students with Disabilities
34) Matsoma Matsoma Inclusive Education in Botswana Junior Secondary Schools: Implications for Students with Disabilities
35) Marcia Kelapile Inclusive Education in Botswana Junior Secondary Schools: Implications for Students with Disabilities
36) Thandie Difemo Inclusive Education in Botswana Junior Secondary Schools: Implications for Students with Disabilities
37) Luke Moloko Mphale School Leadership: Its Influence on Access and Quality Education for Students with Disabilities
38) Joyce Modie Transforming Rural Schools through Principal Professional Development in Botswana
39) S T S Magama Transforming Rural Schools through Principal Professional Development in Botswana
40) P P Monyatsi Factors Contributing to the Academic Performance of Students with Special Needs at Primary School Level
41) Kesibonye M P Impact of Technology on the Teaching process: The Case of Botswana Primary Schools
42) Ndaba K Factors Contributing to the Academic Performance of Students with Special Needs at Primary School Level
43) End Salani The Extent of Technology Infusion in the Junior Secondary School Curriculum: Teachers and Students' Voices on Computer Use
44) Mavis B. Mhlauli The Extent of Technology Infusion in the Junior Secondary School Curriculum: Teachers and Students' Voices on Computer Use
45) Ponatshego Boshokoto An Investigation in the Infusion of ICT in Mathematics Teaching and Learning: A Case Study of Tashata, Donga and Setlalekgosi Junior Secondary Schools
46) Ngozi Umunnakwe Effective Utilization of ICT in English Language Learning: The Case of the University of Botswana Undergraduates
47) Carmel Puna Bakwena Breaking Gender Stereotype in the Education System in Botswana
48) Bulukani D. Mmongwa An Analysis of the Teachers' Perceptions towards Participatory Decision-making in primary Schools: The Case of Tutume Sub-Region in Botswana
49) Mooketsi Ramokele An Analysis of Botswana Colleges of Education Academic Staff Satsifaction with the Implementation of the Performance Appraisal Plan
50Gabaratane Motlhanka Development of Practical Skills in Learners from Primary Education
51) Tumisang Sebata Development of Practical Skills in Learners from Primary Education
52) Ntomzizodwa Bonno Development of Practical Skills in Learners from Primary Education
53) Candy S. Mogorosi Development of Practical Skills in Learners from Primary Education
54) J B S Tshipo A Comparative Analysis of Forms of Punishment in Tswana Medium Schools and English Medium Schools in Botswana: A Case Study of Selected Primary Schools in Central Region
55) O S Thitoyamore A Comparative Analysis of Forms of Punishment in Tswana Medium Schools and English Medium Schools in Botswana: A Case Study of Selected Primary Schools in Central Region
56) Mojwadi Lindih Gosiame An Investigation of factors that Hamper the Effectiveness of the Teaching service Reforms in Botswana: A Case Study of Selibe-Phikwe Schools
57) Maimela M Factors that Influence the Performance of Students in Botswana Primary Schools
58) Jabulani A. Muchado Hearing Voices inside Schools: Issues of Sexuality in Upper Classes in Primary Schools in Botswana
59) Orebotse Nthomang Education and Economic Development - The Missing Link? Professional Development for the Education Sector
60) Onkemetse Nkape Transformation of Higher Education for Social and Economic Transformation
61) Taswika P. Kanasi Relationship between Botswana Music/Dance and Musical Art Forms in Music Education
62) Kholisani N. Moswate Relationship between Botswana Music/Dance and Musical Art Forms in Music Education
63) Victor Chaikhwa Evaluation of School Staff Development Programmes: Challenges and Implications for Professional and Personal Development
64) Amuchilani Ngoma Teacher Training in Test Construction Skills and Quality of Primary education
65) Boineelo Thedi Junior Certificate Social Studies Teachers' Perparedness in Teaching Multicultural Education
66) Keakantse Masego Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
67) Kemoabe Rebonyetsala Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
68) Kgaswe Bafedile Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
69) Motshosi Mpolokang Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
70) Sihlupheki-Jerowe Boitumelo Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
71) Sebina Oshi Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
72) Fathazia Mmani Integration of Technology (ICT) into Teaching/Learning Practice: North-East Region
73) Lenyatso Mmani Integration of Technology (ICT) into Teaching/Learning Practice: North-East Region
74) Gababansti Motswaiso Investigating Teachers and School Management Team's Perceptions about Performance Appraisal process in Schools: A Case of Three Junior secondary Schools in Tonota Village
75) Philip Bulawa Investigating Teachers and School Management Team's Perceptions about Performance Appraisal process in Schools: A Case of Three Junior secondary Schools in Tonota Village
76) Charles Musarurwa Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana
77) T. V. Moumakwa Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana
78) Dudu Jankie Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana.
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79) J. Ssegwa Teaching Project Management Using Transformative Theory.
80) D. Kasule Teaching Project Management Using Transformative Theory
81) N. Masala The Case study of Students Involved in Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Two Selected Secondary Schools in Gaborone, Botswana.
82) A.Majuta Understanding Burnout in Schools: Experiences of Teachers in Botswana Education System.
83) R. G. Dhliwayo Emotional Intelligence and Its Application in Family and Consumer Sciences Tertiary Curriculum
84) L. C. Fidzani Emotional Intelligence and Its Application in Family and Consumer Sciences Tertiary Curriculum
85) Nonofo Losike-Sedimo The Role of ICT in Transforming Education in Developing Countries Telepresence Teaching and SMART Technology.
86) Smitta Moalosi An investigation of teacher efficacy beliefs of pre-service teachers of the two colleges of Botswana.
87) Mopati Opelo Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
88) S. Serome Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
89) Ngonda Setlhare Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
90) G. Boima Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
91) Gomotsang Tlhoolebe Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
92) M. Gabobofane Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
93) M. Ketshwaneditswe Investigating the Perceptions of Teachers About the Extent of Effectiveness of School Based Professional Development Programmes: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools at Moshupa in Botswana.
94) Tiroyaone Kebalepile Action Research as Panacea for Leaners Absenteeisn in Remote Area Primary Schools of Botswana: The Case of Kacgae Community Primary School.
95) David Keagakwa Transforming Higher Education Through integration of Information Communication Technologies.
96) Kedisaletse Mbise The Role of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Social Transformation: A Focus of Conservation Psychology at Gaborone Technical College.
97) Lerometswe Molefi Sexual and Reproductive Health Education for Persons Lining with Intellectual Disabilities.
98) B.G. Nchabe The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
99) JPS Tshukudu The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
100) MM Kesenye The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
101) GK Moletsane The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
102) MsTP Masalila The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
103) L Mosime The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
104) M Mmatli The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
105) M Baposi The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
106) O Mokweni The factors that lead to the decline in school results: A Case of Kanye Sub Region
107) Wapula N. Raditloaneng ENGAGEMENT AND TRAINING OF COMMUNITY LEADERS ON GBV: IMPLICATIONS FOR PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY IN BOTSWANA
108) Kealeboga Dambuza ENGAGEMENT AND TRAINING OF COMMUNITY LEADERS ON GBV: IMPLICATIONS FOR PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY IN BOTSWANA
109) Grahame McLeod Does the Current Botswana Junior Certificate Syllabus Equip from Three Leavers with Knowledge, skills and Attitudes to be gainfully Engaged in Farming Sector? Views of Key Stakeholders.
110) Joseph Amooti Kasozi Does the Current Botswana Junior Certificate Syllabus Equip from Three Leavers with Knowledge, skills and Attitudes to be gainfully Engaged in Farming Sector? Views of Key Stakeholders.
111) Agnes Tsheko Subject Content and Mode of Assessment Contribute to Deaf Students’ Academic Performance?
112) B.N. Topollo Implementation of the Pastoral Care Policy in junior secondary schools in Botswana: The perspective of school management
113) M. James
114) T. Rapalai Implementation of the Pastoral Care Policy in junior secondary schools in Botswana: The perspective of school management
115) D. Botshabelo Implementation of the Pastoral Care Policy in junior secondary schools in Botswana: The perspective of school management
116) P. Phiri Implementation of the Pastoral Care Policy in junior secondary schools in Botswana: The perspective of school management
117) K. Molatlhegi Implementation of the Pastoral Care Policy in junior secondary schools in Botswana: The perspective of school management
118) Thatayaone S. Ketshabe Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana
119) Ikanyeng Ramooki Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana
120) Mr. T. Mokobi Community Engagement in Education and Educating the Community to Engage: Taking Research to the Grassroots in Botswana
121) Setlhomo Koloi- Keaikitse An Analysis of Botswana Colleges of Education Academic Staff Satsifaction with the Implementation of the Performance Appraisal Plan
122) Martin B.Keabona
123) Dr Mpho Otukile-Mongwaketse Participation of Learners with Disabilities in Inclusive Classes of Botswana and Zimbabwe Rural Primary Schools
124) Mogapi, M Examinations Wash back Effects: Challenges to the Criterion Referenced Assessment Model
125) Dr. B. Dinama Students' academic performance in Religious Education: A case study of selected schools in Gaborone (Botswana)
 
Sincerely
 
 
Thabiso Nyabanyaba, PhD (Secretary and Member of LOC - Lesotho Educational Research Association)

 

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