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Submissions from 2016

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The Way to School by R. McCarney, Nasra Gathoni

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Teaching and learning mathematics: Insights from classrooms in East Africa, Anjum Halai

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Language of instruction and learners’ participation in mathematics: Dynamics of distributive justice in the classroom, Anjum Halai and Irfan Muzaffar

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Mathematics teacher training in East Africa, Peter Kajoro

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Transition of the medium of instruction from English to Kiswahili in Tanzanian primary schools: challenges from the mathematics classroom, Peter Kajoro

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Engaged Online: Social Media and Youth Civic Engagement in Kenya, Samuel Kamau

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Adolescent sexuality, Unab I. Khan, Chanelle Coble-Sadapha, and Susan M. Coupey

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Mental Health Problems and Associated Socio-Ecological Factors Among HIV-Positive Young Migrant Men Who Have Sex with Men in China, Haochu (Howard) Li, Joseph T. F. Lau, Eleanor Holroyd, and Xiaoming Li

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Issues for quality enhancement and harmonization of education in East Africa, Mussa K. Mohamed, Anjum Halai, and Simon Karuku

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Beyond ABC: the complexities of early childhood education in Tanzania, Nipael Mrutu, Pauline Rea-Dickins, Fortidas Bakuza, and Shelina Walli

Religious Pluralism and Islamic Education: Addressing mutual challenges, Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Faith schools, the common good and the Muslim tradition, Farid Panjwani

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Development of a Basic Obstetric Theater Facility in a Low-resource Setting, Zahida Qureshi and Alfred Murage

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Recent strategies to improve community case management of diarrhea among children under five in developing countries, Fauziah Rabbani and Aysha Zahidie

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Aspects that Affect Whole Number Learning: Cultural Artefacts and Mathematical Tasks, Veronica Sarungi

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Returns on Investment in the Continuum of Care for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health., Karin Stenberg, Kim Sweeny, Henrik Axelson, Marleen Temmerman, and Peter Sheehan

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Achievement in mathematics: Comparative analysis from East Africa, Geoff D. Tennant Dr and Veronica Sarungi

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Towards a harmonized curriculum in East Africa: A comparative perspective of the intended secondary school mathematics curriculum in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda, Geoff Tennant and Simon Karuku

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Emergency medicine: essential practical procedure skills, Shahan Waheed, Emaduddin Siddiqui, and Muhammad Akbar Baig

Submissions from 2015

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Child Development, Disability and Global Health: Opportunity and Responsibility, Robert Armstrong

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School leaders’ engagement in curriculum planning and decision making, Riaz Hussain

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Determinants of never users of contraception-results from Pakistan demographic and health survey 2012-13, Arsalan Jabbar, Wajiha Javed, Nelofer Mehboob, and Zahid Memon

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Client satisfaction: does private or public health sector make a difference? results from secondary data analysis in Sindh, Pakistan, Wajiha Javed, Arsalan Jabbar, Nelofer Mehboob, Muhammad Tafseer, and Zahid Memon

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Social and societal context of women’s mental health, what women want, what they get: gap analysis in Pakistan of mental health services, polices and research, Kausar S. Khan, Ghazala Rafique, Sohail Amir Ali Bawani, Fatema Hasan, and Anis Haroon

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Assessment of the Impact of the USIU- Africa Digital Repository on Research Visibility and Webometric Ranking, Arnold Mwanzu and Rodney Malesi

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Social Context, Sexual Risk Perceptions and Stigma: HIV Vulnerability Among Male Sex workers in Mombasa, Kenya, Jerry Okal, Stanley Luchters, Scott Geibel, Matthew F. Chersich, Daniel Lango, and Marleen Temmerman

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Teacher education pedagogies related to preparing preservice teachers as leaders in Pakistan, Meher Rizvi

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Slow Staffing Processes in Universities in Kenya: A Case of USIU-Africa Faculty, Yusuf Saleh Shapayah and Arnold Mwanzu

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Building comprehensive and sustainable health informatics institutions in developing countries: Moi University experience, Martin C. Were, Abraham Siika, Paul O. Ayuo, Lukoye Atwoli, and Fabian Esamai

Submissions from 2014

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The continuing evolution of the research doctorate, Bianca L. Bernstein, Barbara Evans, Jeannette Fyffe, Nelofer Halai, Fred L. Hall, Mukobe Siggaard Jensen, Kazim Papeiva, and Suzanne Ortega

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Sharing global classrooms: An International experience, Robert Lato, Sarfaroz Niyozov, and Margaret Wells

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A comparative analysis of W. Ivanow’s and A. Bertels’ works on Nasir-i Khusraw and Ismailism: Toward rethinking Central-Asian Ismaili Studies, Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Faith-schools and the religious other: The case of Muslim Schools, Farid Panjwani

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Muslim educational traditions, Farid Panjwani

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Bend without breaking: Applying critical reflexive practice in global citizenship education, Gary Pluim, Angela MacDonald, and Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Inclusive approaches to learning and teaching mathematics, Geoff D. Tennant Dr and Catherine Foley

Submissions from 2013

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E-learning in ELT: Potentials and challenges in the context of Pakistan, Azra Ahmed, Mirat Al Fatima Ahsan, Faiza Saleem, and Rubina Sultan

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Beware! the yellow brick road lieth in that which is not what could be, Mirat Al Fatima Ahsan

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Pakistan: Target revision in education policy, Sajid Ali

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The global university. how to build success? by learning from others, Carl Amrhein

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Where might we be headed? the key indicators: how to build success in a global university, Carl Amrhein

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Oil for food, energy, equity and evolution of urban supermarket locations: an Edmonton, Alberta case study, N Cameron, K.E. Smoyer-Tomic, V Yasenovskiy, and Carl Amrhein

Child vaccination in Pakistan, Syed Haider, Atif Habib, and Anita Zaidi

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Implementing curriculum change: small steps towards a big change, Anjum Halai

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Breaking the cycle of poverty through early literacy support and teacher empowerment in early childhood education, Jacob Marriote Ngwaru

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Tajikistan: Between defying despair and missing opportunities, Sarfaroz Niyozov and Juma Bulbulov

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Digital literacy, HIV/AIDS information and English language learners in Uganda, Bonny Norton, Shelley Jones, and Daniel Ahimbisibwe

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The relationship between English-medium instruction and examining and social and economic development: a Sub-Saharan African case study, Pauline Rea-Dickins, Zuleikha Khamis, and Federica Olivero

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English medium instruction and examining in Zanzibar: Ambition, pipe dreams and realities, Pauline Rea-Dickins and Guoxing Yu

Submissions from 2012

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Bereavement in primary care mental health, Niloufer Sultan Ali

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Education policy borrowing in Pakistan: Public-private partnerships, Sajid Ali

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The global educational policy field and national education policymaking in Pakistan, Sajid Ali

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The importance of context in school improvement, Takbir Ali

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Teaching practicum and learning to teach: A gender perspective, Dilshad Ashraf, Mohammad Nauman, and Kausar Waqar

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Learning from research partnerships: Key themes and challenges, Zubeda Bana

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Exploring indigenous leadership practices: Case study of school principals in the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan, Zubeda Bana, Rozina Sewani, Izaz Ali, and Iffat Ara

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Teaching grammar: Beliefs and practices of teachers of English, Ayesha Bashiruddin, Nadeem Khan, Haleema Younus, and Uzma Dayan

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Global/colonial designs, school knowledge production, and students’ cultural identities: A critical ethnographic perspective from Pakistan, Al-Karim Datoo

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Teachers as participants in classroom reform: Promise and perils of action research, Anjum Halai

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Graduate students in education in a public sector university in Pakistan: Quest for quality, Nelofer Halai and Arshad Ali

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Effects of teaching and learning in large primary classes in Peshawar primary schools, Rana Hussain, Javed Sikander Rana, Kausar Waqar, and Nazneen Shah

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Using innovative teaching approaches through action research for B.Ed. programme in IER, University of Peshawar, Kulsoom Jaffer, Mohammad Asif, and Rakshinda Meher

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Having faith in our schools: Struggling with definitions of religion, Arif A. Jamal and Farid Panjwani

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Why did you not tell me about this? religion as a challenge to faith schools, Farid Panjwani

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Reflections on research with children in Pakistan in a mixed-methods study, Almina Pardhan

The way it began, Sadrudin Pardhan

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Arab journalists, Lawrence Pintak and Jeremy Ginges

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Neurologic complications of bacterial meningitis, Emaduddin Siddiqui

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Role of dexamethasone in meningitis, Emaduddin Siddiqui and Ghazala Irfan Qazi

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Improving quality of education through enhancement of teachers’ capacity: Policy implications for higher education in Pakistan, Mir Afzal Tajik

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Drawing as a methodological tool for exploring children’s understanding about right and wrong at school: Experiences and perspectives from a Pakistani context, Nilofar Vazir

Submissions from 2011

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The right approach to teaching writing in an EAP: Some perspectives, Azra Ahmed and Mirat Al Fatima Ahsan

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Betel nut (areca catechu) usage and its effects on health., Niloufer Ali and A. K. Khuwaja

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Auto/biographical research in the South: A lived experience, Ayesha Bashiruddin

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Teachers’ professional development through integrating ICT in English language education: A case from Pakistan, Ayesha Bashiruddin

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Researching education research methodologies in the “South”: An introductory discussion, Anjum Halai

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Becoming and being a doctoral supervisor in Pakistan: A lived experience, Nelofer Halai

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Politics and practice of action research, Rana Hussain and Anjum Halai

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The power and politics of studying the impact of educational reforms in the South, Roshni Kumari, Razia Fakir Mohammad, and Nilofar Vazir

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Assessment of Occupational Safety Concerns in Pesticide Use Among Small-Scale Farmers in Sagana, Central Highlands, Kenya, P. Mureithi, F. Waswa, and Evans Kituyi

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Teacher education or language policy for ESL learners in southern Africa, Jacob Marriote Ngwaru and Cathrine Ngwaru

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Easier said than done: Taking religious and cultural dimensions seriously, Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Revisiting teacher professionalism discourse through teachers’ professional lives in Post-Soviet Tajikistan, Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Teachers’ perspectives on the education of their Muslim Students in the GTA, Sarfaroz Niyozov

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Ethnographic field methods in research with women: Field experiences from Pakistan, Almina Pardhan

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Human rights are mutual obligations: The perceptions of Pakistani muslim women about rights and freedom, Rashida Qureshi

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The hard criterion: The use of language test information in university admissions processes, Pauline Rea-Dickins, Richard Kiely, and Guoxing Yu

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How to teach the art of “doing” research: Lessons learnt from teacher education program in Pakistan, Nilofar Vazir and Rashida Qureshi

Submissions from 2010

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Re-imagining the nature of development: Biodiversity conservation and pastoral visions in the Northern Areas, Pakistan, Nosheen Ali

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Educational governance in Pakistan: A historical policy perspective, Sajid Ali and Muhammad Babur

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Science subject leadership in the enhancement of Information Communication Technology (ICT) integration in Project Based Learning (PBL), Unaeza Alvi and Anthony Matna Gioko

A paradigm shift in developing countries; corrective open heart surgery during infancy has better outcome and lesser resource utilization than pre-school patients, Muneer Amanullah, S. Bayani, Roheena Panni, and Awais Ashfaq

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Using a feminist standpoint for researching women’s lives in the rural mountainous areas of Pakistan, Dilshad Ashraf

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Katha of leadership: Re-imagining educational leadership, Zubeda Bana

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The impact of health information technology (I-HIT) survey: results from an international research collaborative, Patricia C. Dykes, Suzanne Brown, Rita W. Collins, Robyn Cook, Charles Docherty, Anneli Ensio, Joanne Foster, Nicholas R. Hardiker, Michelle LL Honey, Rosaleen Killalea, and Kaija Saranto

Sexual health, postnatal are and parenthood, Grace Edwards and Susie Gardiner

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The teaching of English in Sub-Saharan Africa, Alicia Fentiman, Dominic Wyse, and Lillian Vikiru

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Mentoring as leadership in action, Rana Hussain and Hiba Rahim

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Uganda's ABC program on HIV/AIDS prevention: A discursive site of struggle, Shelley Jones and Bonny Norton

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Using drawing, photography, and drama to enhance English language learning in Uganda, Maureen Kendrick, Shelley Jones, Harriet Mutonyi, and Bonny Norton