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Arts and Social Sciences Journal

ISSN: 2151-6200

Open Access

Volume 12, Issue 1 (2021)

Research Article Pages: 1 - 7

Investigating Schools??? Role in Enhancing Creative Thinking Skills in the English Curricula from Teachers??? Perspectives.

Ahmed Awad Amin Raba and Islam Asim Ismail

Research on creative thinking has a long tradition. This study seeks to investigate the degree of enhancing creative thinking skills in the English for
Palestine curricula from ESL teachers’ perspectives. It also aims at proposing possible solutions to enhance the creative thinking skills in ESL
classrooms. To accomplish this aim, the researchers developed a questionnaire that includes a 20-item and semi-structured interview that includes 4-
question interview questions. The two instruments are aimed at collecting qualitative and quantitative data comprehensively to answer three main
questions. Findings of the research showed that the degree of using creative thinking in schools and curricula is low and inadequate. In the light of these
findings, the researchers recommended divergent methods of teaching, adequate training for teachers and students on different techniques, and the
inclusion of activities in the curricula to improve students’ creative thinking. It also strongly recommends teachers to employ Bloom’s Taxonomy in their
teaching method.

Research Article Pages: 1 - 25

Causes, Consequences and Parents??? Perception towards Child Rural-Urban Migration; the Case of Kindo Koysha Woreda, Wolayta Zone, SNNPR

Kinfe Abraha and Abraham Woru

Due to various reasons, rural areas of Kindo Koysha woreda children migrate to different urban centers of Ethiopia. Studying the parents’ perception towards children migration is necessary to understand the concern of child rural-urban migration in the study area. Therefore this MSc. thesis is aimed to study the socio-economic and demographic characteristics of parents’ who have children migrated to the town and parents’ who children have not migrated to the town. The study further focused on identifying causes, consequences and assessing parents’ perception towards child rural-urban migration in the study area. In order to accomplish this study, a total of 160 respondents were selected using simple random sampling and purposive sampling techniques. Data collection instruments like survey questionnaire, key informants interview from woreda and kebele officials were involved. In addition, within three groups more than 21 individuals included Focus Group Discussions were conducted. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used for data analyses. Qualitative data analyzed by discussion. However, quantitative data analyzed by using descriptive statistics using software Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 20 and Microsoft office Excel 2013. The study findings indicate that poor economic condition of household, a large number of family size, lack of access to infrastructures, the influence of prior migrant, shortage of agricultural land and parents’ perception are causes of child rural-urban migration in the study area. The study revealed that most of both parents externally do not support child rural-urban migration except different reasons behind. However, the result of the survey showed that some of households and community elders were encouraging child migration into urban centers because, they believe that when one’s child/youths are in town, they acquire moral satisfaction whether he/she support or remit money or not.Due to various reasons, rural areas of Kindo Koysha woreda children migrate to different urban centers of Ethiopia. Studying the parents’ perception towards children migration is necessary to understand the concern of child rural-urban migration in the study area. Therefore this MSc. thesis is aimed to study the socio-economic and demographic characteristics of parents’ who have children migrated to the town and parents’ who children have not migrated to the town. The study further focused on identifying causes, consequences and assessing parents’ perception towards child rural-urban migration in the study area. In order to accomplish this study, a total of 160 respondents were selected using simple random sampling and purposive sampling techniques. Data collection instruments like survey questionnaire, key informants interview from woreda and kebele officials were involved. In addition, within three groups more than 21 individuals included Focus Group Discussions were conducted. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used for data analyses. Qualitative data analyzed by discussion. However, quantitative data analyzed by using descriptive statistics using software Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 20 and Microsoft office Excel 2013. The study findings indicate that poor economic condition of household, a large number of family size, lack of access to infrastructures, the influence of prior migrant, shortage of agricultural land and parents’ perception are causes of child rural-urban migration in the study area. The study revealed that most of both parents externally do not support child rural-urban migration except different reasons behind. However, the result of the survey showed that some of households and community elders were encouraging child migration into urban centers because, they believe that when one’s child/youths are in town, they acquire moral satisfaction whether he/she support or remit money or not.

Commentary Pages: 1 - 3

Herbew and Ancient Greek Literature to Provide Development of Literacy Techniques

Munene Munna

The historical backdrop of writing is the verifiable improvement of works in exposition or verse that endeavor to give diversion, illumination, or guidance to the peruse/audience/spectator, just as the advancement of the abstract strategies utilized in the correspondence of these pieces. Not all works establish writing. Some recorded materials, for example, assemblages of information are not viewed as writing, and this article relates just to the development of the works characterized previously. Writing a lot, however associated, is not interchangeable. The absolute first compositions from old Sumer by any sensible definition don't comprise writing the equivalent is valid for a portion of the early Egyptian hieroglyphics or the huge number of logs from old Chinese systems. Researchers have regularly differ concerning when put down account keeping turned out to be more similar to "writing" than all else; the definition is to a great extent emotional. Additionally, given the noteworthiness of distance as a social isolator in prior hundreds of years, the authentic improvement of writing didn't happen at an even speed across the world. The issues of making a uniform worldwide history of writing are compounded by the way that numerous writings have been lost throughout the long term, either intentionally, coincidentally, or by the total disappearance of the beginning society. Much has been composed, for instance, about the annihilation of the Library of Alexandria in the first century BC, and the countless key writings which are accepted to have been lost always to the blazes. The intentional concealment of writings (and frequently their writers) by associations of either an otherworldly or a worldly nature further covers the subject.

Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 3

Philosophy of Librarianship and Development for a Diverse Community

Jerry kar

Historically, library science has additionally included documented science. This incorporates how data assets are coordinated to serve the necessities of chose client gatherings, how individuals associate with characterization frameworks and innovation, how data is gained, assessed and applied by individuals in and outside libraries just as diversely, how individuals are prepared and taught for professions in libraries, the morals that direct library administration and association, the legitimate status of libraries and data assets, and the applied study of PC innovation utilized in documentation and records the executives.

Review Pages: 1 - 11

Review on Determinants of Internal-Migration in Ethiopia

Ebrahim Endris, Andualem Kassegn

Besides, the review made on determinants and causes of internal migration in the context of the country level were few. There were many studies conducted about the topic despite lacking the consistency of determinants of internal migration in the country context. So that the aim of this review is tried to compile studies conducted in the different part of the country to contribute knowledge and show the real image about the determinants of internal migration in Ethiopia.  Optimistically, this review paper may be helpful for government and development practitioners who work on migration of people (Like, IOM) through signifying in what issue they should intervene. For researchers, it may give insight on how they should conduct research to fill the gaps of different studies and to make the community beneficial through generating timely information by their investigation for making a decision.

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