Welcome to British International Journal of Education and Social Sciences

Chief Editor: Mohammed S. Banihani

ISSN: 4519 – 6511 (print version)
ISSN: 3342 – 543X (electronic version)

Vol. 6; Issue 3; 2019

Impact Factor: 7.85

Frequency: Monthly

 

Good News: The editorial board of BIJESS wish to announce the slash of BIJESS publication fee to $65 for the month of March, 2019

BIJESS seeks to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological, and substantive diversity of educational scholarship, and to encourage a vigorous dialogue between educational scholars and practitioners. BIJESS serve the growing need in educational sector by providing research forum for a diverse group of scholars invested in the preparation and continued support  of education across the globe. BIJESS publishes critical, integrative reviews of research literature bearing on education, including conceptualizations, interpretations, and syntheses of literature and scholarly work in a field broadly relevant to education, educational research and social sciences.

BIJESS ensures timely and low cost quality Publication

Chief Editor: Mohammed S. Banihani 

Assistant Professor Department of Educational Administration and Foundations  College of Education  Yarmouk University Irbid- Jordan 

Associate Editors: 

Petra Pejić Papak, PhD – Assistant professor Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Rijeka Sveučilišna avenija 6, 51 000 Rijeka Croatia 

Mary K. Boudreaux –  Assistant Professor Department of Leadership College of Education 3798 Walker Avenue, Ball Hall 123, Memphis;

Daniel J. Boudah – Associate Professor Department of Special Education, Foundations and Research East Carolina University 133 Speight Hall Greenville

Antwuan Stinson – College of Education Alabama State University 915 South Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL
36104 United States

Nancy M. Cardwell  – The City College of New York School of Education Teaching, Learning and Culture Department 160 Convent Avenue, NAC 5/209A New York, NY

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Recent Publications

PREVALENCE OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA

Bassey Ekeng Effiom (Ph.D) and Dr.(Mrs) Stella Jacks

Department of Guidance and Counselling, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria.
Abstract::The prevalence of teenage pregnancy among school-girls in the education of the girl-child has become alarming because of the sayings that goes that educate a woman and you educate a nation. Yet the girl-child are often faced with challenges of access, equality, performance and laggers in terms of schooling.

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AS A TOOL FOR FRAUD PREVENTION AND DETECTION IN DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS IN NIGERIA

Oladipupo Festus OLAOYE (PhD) and Omolola Christiana ADEBAYO

Accounting Department, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria
Abstract::This study investigated forensic accounting as a tool for fraud prevention and detection in deposit money banks in Nigeria. Objectively, the study examined the impact of forensic accounting on fraud prevention and detection in deposit money banks in Ekiti State. The study adopted a descriptive survey design and a well-structured questionnaire was used to elicit the needed data from the respondents.

KIBABII UNIVERSITY USE OF TELEVISION IN PROMOTING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS

Titus Sifuna Munene and Stanley N. Mutsotso

Abstract::This paper focuses on the forms of television used in teaching and learning and how it has promoted education in the Kenyan education. The theory underpinning use of television as an audio-visual tool in education is sensory stimulation theory which has its basic premise that effective learning occurs when the senses are stimulated.

INFLUENCE OF STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP AND INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES ON EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ACQUISITION AMONG BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA

Prof. Chris Chukwurah and Atah, Cletus Akpo

Department of Vocational Education, University of Calabar, Calabar
Abstract::This study determined the influence of Student-teacher Relationship and Instructional Facilities on employability skills acquisition among Business Education students in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. Survey research design was employed in carrying out the study.

WECHAT-BASED “ENGLISH ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING” FLIPPED TEACHING FOR EFL STUDENTS

WANG Cai-ying

School of Foreign Languages, Quanzhou Normal University, Quanzhou Fujian 362000, China
Abstract: English argumentative writing is an important and challenging course for English as Foreign Language (EFL) students since it is closely related to well-rounded English knowledge and skills, including English writing skills. In this study, a flipped learning approach is introduced to teach EFL students’ “English Argumentative Writing”, and took a unit as an example to expound how this method is employed.

ROLES OF VIRTUAL OFFICE TOWARDS NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF NIGERIA

Ukata, Philip Festus and Onuekwa, Faith Adanne

Department of Office Technology and Management, School of Business and Administrative Studies, Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Rumuola, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
Abstract: This study adopted a correlational research design to investigate if there is relationship between the roles of virtual office and national development in Nigeria. A population of 80 workers were drawn from 16 virtual offices in Nigeria, and a purposive sampling technique adopted in using the entire population of 80 as sample size.