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The philosophical implications of the liberalization of university education in Uganda
(Makerere University, 2006-02)
In 1992 Uganda’s university education was liberalized. However, the underlying resultant values and beliefs accessed/transmitted by the different universities within their philosophical paradigms are not very certain to ...
Towards a holistic and relevant educational assessment in primary schools in Uganda
(Net Journals, 2018-05-15)
This paper sets out to explore the knowledge and skills assessed at Uganda’s primary school level and its relevance to the current and future needs of the learners. Using a descriptive case study design, the paper draws ...
Assessment of higher order thinking skills: Case of Uganda Primary Leaving Examinations
(Net Journals, 2018-10-10)
The study set out to give a conceptual definition and assessment of Higher Order Thinking skills (HOTs), and establish the proportion of HOTs and Lower Order Thinking skills (LOTs) questions within the 20102016 Uganda ...
Assessment for successful intelligence: A paradigm shift in classroom practice
(Sakarya University, 2018-11-29)
Conventional educational assessments favour individuals who are strong in memory and analytical abilities. This is based on a long-standing theory of a general intelligence (g). Alternative intelligence theories have however ...