Rima International Journal of Education (RIJE)

ISSN Print: 2756 – 6749

Rima International Journal of Education

Rima International Journal of Education was founded in January 2021 by the Faculty of Education of Sokoto State University

Meiden Edition May 2022

I have the delight and privilege to write as Editor-in-chief of the maiden issue of the Rima International Journal of Education (RIJE), an official research publication of the Faculty of Education, Sokoto State University. This maiden edition (Volume 1 Issue 1) of the RIJE has fifteen (15) articles from distinguished scholars and educators, poised to report cutting-edge research findings and discourse on contemporary educational issues with implications for pedagogy, national and global development.

The dictum of “publish or perish” is in vogue in any worthwhile research-based institutions, hence strict adherence to publications in any reputable and recognized journal. As such, RIJE is recognized as complimentary to contemporary dissemination and propagation of knowledge. Therefore, the Editorial Board of RIJE wishes to use this medium to solicit well-researched articles for publication from a teeming population of academics and researchers globally. The journal would always be subjected to thorough peer review and proper editorial vetting.

Prof. M. U. Tambawal,
Editor-in-chief

Volume 1, Issue 1, May 2022

Effect of Think-Solve-Group-Share Differentiated Strategy on Motivation, Attitude and Performance in Mathematical Concepts Among Senior Secondary Students, Katsina, Nigeria.

M. Musa and S. D. Hassan

Page 1 – 12

Published online: 29th May 2022

Innovative Management Strategies towards Enhanced School Community Relationship in the 21st Century

Lateef Adeyemi Yusuf

Page 13 – 19

Published online: 29th May 2022

Stress, Marital Challenges and Coping Strategies of Female Married Secondary School Teachers in Sokoto Metropolis, Sokoto State, Nigeria

Yaro, Hauwa Bodinga

Page 20 – 28

Published online: 29th May 2022

The Place of School Library Services in Promoting Reading Culture at Basic Education Level in Nigeria

Ibrahim M. M. Furfuri and Muhammad Shafaatu Anka

Page 29 – 38

Published online: 29th May 2022

Effect of Edublog Package on Secondary School Students’ Performance and Attitude in Teaching and Learning of Computer Education in Lagos State, Nigeria

Badmus Ayodeji Muideen

Page 39 – 47

Published online: 29th May 2022

COVID-19 Pandemic and Tertiary Education in Nigeria: Impacts, Challenges and Way Forward

Hassan Usman, Kure Isah Danjuma and Hussaini Usman

Page 48 – 55

Published online: 29th May 2022

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Online Learning in Teaching and Learning during COVID-19 Pandemic among Teachers and Students in Nigeria: A Study of Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba

Salami Dhariyyat, Olorunnishola Olufikayo Agnes and ABU Alice Oladehinde

Page 56 – 66

Published online: 29th May 2022

Domestic Violence against Women and Children and Ways of Prevention: Implications for Counselling

Murjanatu Mohammed Sallah and Bello Tayibat Shinco

Page 67 – 76

Published online: 29th May 2022

Imperative of Psycho-Social Counselling among Basic Education Teachers for Effective Job Performance in Nigeria

Abubakar Boyi Sifawa, Muhammad Binta and Malami Rukayya Tambawal

Page 77 – 83

Published online: 29th May 2022

Analysing Polytechnic Students’ Motivation towards their Academic Performance in Differential Calculus

Muhammad Sani Abdurrahman, Mukhtar Muhammad Sani, Faruk Abdullahi and Muhammad Nasiru Hassan

Page 84 – 93

Published online: 29th May 2022

Appraising the Relationship between Burnout and Job Satisfactions among Private School Teachers for Quality Education in Wamakko Local Government Area, Sokoto State

Salihu Mukhtar Nawait, Lamido M. Rilwanu and Usman Bukar Abba

Page 94 – 101

Published online: 29th May 2022

Effects of JIGSAW IV Cooperative Learning Strategy on Students’ Performance and Retention in Geometry among Secondary School Students in Zaria Metropolis, Kaduna State, Nigeria

Jamilu A. A, Iliyasu A., Shehu M. D. and Vincent, D. J

Page 102 – 111

Published online: 29th May 2022

Variation in Interest towards Mathematics Between Students with Pre-Understanding of Pedagogical Subject Matter and those without Pre-Understanding of Pedagogical Subject Matter

Tanko Kas, Rabiu A. T. and Saidu S

Page 112 – 118

Published online: 29th May 2022

Investigating Attitude of Hearing-Impairment Students towards Learning Multiplication among Lower Basic Students in A. A. Raji Special School Sokoto, Sokoto State, Nigeria

B. U. Binji, Muhammad Nasiru Hassan, Bello Shehu Aliyu and Usman Galadima

Page 119 – 225

Published online: 29th May 2022

The Massacre of Higher Institution Students By Boko Haram, Bandits and Kidnapers in Nigeria: The Victims’ Narratives

Louis Okon Akpan

Page 226 – 232

Published online: 29th May 2022