Journal La Edusci 2023-01-05T13:54:33+07:00 Dr. Erwin Akib Open Journal Systems <p>International <strong>Journal La</strong><strong> Edusci</strong> ISSN 2721-1258 (Online) and ISSN 2721-0979 (Print) includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Education such as Teacher education, Population education, Vocational education, Value education, Psychological education, Educational counseling, Educational technology, Management education, Women education, Educational management, Education theory, Educational experiences, Special education, School curriculum, Curriculum theory, Academic disciplines, Moral education, Philosophy of education, University systems, E learning, Library and etymology, Board of education, Textbook, Collaborative learning, College, Comparative education, Compulsory education, Continuing education, Curriculum, Department of Education,&nbsp; Developmental Education, Educational technology, Educational animation, Educational philosophies, Educational psychology, Free education, Glossary of education, Grade (education), Homework, Humanistic education, CSPE (Civil, Social, and Political Education), Instructional technology, Language education, Learning, Learning community, Library, Life skills, Lifelong education, List of educators, ethical education, Online learning community.</p> Secondary School Teachers’ Resiliency Amidst COVID 19 Pandemic 2022-11-08T13:47:09+07:00 Jonifer Dultra Maricel Abarca Agnes Bulado Maria Socorro Dultra <p><em>Achieving quality education is nonetheless the welfare among teachers.&nbsp; This study ascertains the effectiveness of Mindful Awareness Training among teacher-leaders resiliency in public secondary schools in the Philippines amidst pandemics.&nbsp; The participants of this study were subjected to a 10-minute training of mindful awareness at their own convenient time each day that is good for one week.&nbsp; They were asked to give their opinion before and after the training to determine the effectiveness of the said model.&nbsp; This study is a one-group quantitative design and utilized descriptive and non-parametric analyses.&nbsp; It found that Mindful Awareness Training is effective in the development of teachers’ resiliency levels.&nbsp; It helps teachers to boost their confidence in facing pandemic crises like COVID-19.</em></p> 2022-11-08T13:46:32+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal La Edusci Teachers’ Perceptions of Multiple Trade Unions in Promoting Professional Development among Teachers 2023-01-04T19:45:46+07:00 Tinus Range Elias Freddie Iramba <p><em>The purpose of this study was to examine teachers’ perceptions of multiple trade unions in promoting professional development among teachers. The study objective specifically was; to examine teachers ‘perceptions of multiple trade unions in promoting professional development among Teachers. The study was in form of qualitative, it was a case study design involving ten public secondary school (A-J) in Dodoma city council. The population were Trade Unions’ Members, Trade Unions’ Leaders and Tanzania Registrar of Trade Unions. The sampling procedure used was purposive only, the sample size of 44 participants was employed. Two research instruments were used (focused group discussion and interview). Data was analyzed by using six stages of thematic analysis. The findings revealed teachers’ perceptions of multiple trade unions to promote professional development such as; reformation of the law of labour relation and education policy, collaboration between trade unions and the government in educational issues .Also to establish some programs such as trainings, workshops and seminars to promote teachers‘ professionalism. The government&nbsp; recommended to change the law of labour relation so as to reboots trade unions activities .Thus leaders of multiple trade unions were advised to re-examining the leadership&nbsp; and make restorations where necessary to make sure that unions’ activities are revived once again..</em></p> 2022-12-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal La Edusci Pathway to Participation: The Dilemma in Early Years Education Learning Environments in Kenya 2023-01-05T13:54:33+07:00 Odundo Paul Amolloh Ganira Khavugwi Lilian <p><em>Listening to what children say expand upon language, building vocabulary and background knowledge in social, political and economic world for effective communication. Article 12 of the CRC 1989 stresses the right to participation in decision-making processes, which influence choices taken by children for empowering sense of belonging and community cohesion.&nbsp; However, too often children are denied opportunities for participation in decision-making and to exercise responsibility resulting to under democracy situations. In addition, there is limited understanding of children’s right to participate in matters affecting them in developing countries especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. The study sought to determine children’s; perceptions, preferences, interests, views and feelings concerning participation in pre-primary school learning environments in Kenya.&nbsp; This was an exploratory case study, which relied on data sampled from pre-primary school children and teachers in selected schools in Kenya using probability and simple random sampling techniques. Anchored on recognition theory, the study determined that participation of children is scanty and in instances where it occurs, only at the implementation stage rather than the planning design. The study recommended the need for collaboration and sharing information among children, teachers, communities and government towards realization of children’s perception to what they say and in decision making.</em></p> 2023-01-05T13:53:48+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal La Edusci