Vol 4, No 2 (2016)

IJES Vol. 4, No. 2

Table of Contents

Editorial

21st Century Curriculum and Instruction Challenges in Muslim Educational Institutions Download PDF
Siraje Abdallah Ssekamanya i-iii

Articles

Teachers’ Belief on the Benefit of Collaboration in Lesson Study Download PDF
Madihah Khalid, Nor Azura Hj Abdullah, Abdulhameed Kamoludeen 1-20
Exploring Teachers’ Creative Teaching Strategies in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language at a Private Islamic Secondary School in Malaysia Download PDF
Ahmad Faizuddin, Tumin An-Nuaimy, Ahmad Suhail Al-Anshory 21-37
Development of Teaching and Learning Materials (TLM) For Islamic Schools in Kenya: What Islamic Universities Can Do Download PDF
Adan Saman Sheikh 38-51
Assessing the Need of Islamic Economics Curriculum In the Nigerian Universities: The Case of Bayero University, Kano Download PDF
Aliyu Dahiru Muhammad, Muhammad Ibrahim Abdullahi 52-69
Motivation of Saudi Arabia Tertiary Level Students Learning English as a Foreign Language Download PDF
ABDULLAH AL MAMUN BHUIYAN 70-84
Manifestation of Depression Among Undergraduate Students: Implications for Counselling Download PDF
Lateef Omotosho Adegboyega, Lasiele Alabi YAHAYA, Mariam Bukola ALWAJUD-ADEWUSI, Hammed Popoola AMINU 85-96
Challenges Encountered by Community Colleges at Shaqra University in Saudi Arabia: A Documentary Analysis Download PDF
Fahad Alabdulamenem 97-119

Book Reviews

Academic Diary: Or Why Higher Education Still Matters. Written by Les Back. New Cross, London: Goldsmith Press, 2016, pp. xiii + 258. ISBN 978-1-906-89758-1 Download PDF
Ahmad Faizuddin 120-126



ISSN:     1675-8692
E-ISSN: 2289-8085


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