William A. L. Anangisye
William A. L. Anangisye
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Professional identity and misconduct: perspectives of Tanzanian teachers
AM Barrett, WAL Anangisye
Southern African Review of Education with Education with Production 11 (1), 5-22, 2005
Promoting teacher ethics in colleges of teacher education in Tanzania: Practices and challenge
WAL Anangisye
African Journal of Teacher Education 1 (1), 2010
Developing quality teacher professionals: A reflective inquiry on the practices and challenges in Tanzania
WAL Anangisye
Africa-Asia University Dialogue for Education, CICE Series, 137-154, 2011
Educating teachers: the ethical dimension of teacher professionalism in Tanzania
WAL Anangisye
University of Edinburgh, 2006
Moral education and character development: learning from the African indigenous education framework
WAL Anangisye
The development of teacher professional identity at the University of Dar es Salaam: Perceptions and influencing factors
WLM Komba, WAL Anangisye, JK Katabaro
Journal of International Cooperation in Education 15 (3), 187-204, 2013
Researching teacher misdemeanours in Tanzania: The methodological issues and implications for data generation
WAL Anangisye
Tanzania: Revisiting eastern and central African education systems
WAL Anangisye, D Fussy
Education in East and Central Africa 16, 373, 2014
Bottlenecks in the access to primary education in Tanzania: The struggles of vulnerable school children in Makete District.
WAL Anangisye
KEDI Journal of Educational Policy 8 (2), 2011
Professional status and responsibility: Tanzanian teachers views on misconduct
W Anangisye, A Barrett
8th UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development: Learning …, 2005
Revisiting the alternative responses to the perceived quality" decline" in basic education in Tanzania.
WAL Anangisye
KEDI Journal of Educational Policy 7 (1), 2010
Reflecting on comparative education teaching in Tanzania: The case of the University of Dar Es Salaam
WAM Anangisye
Comparative Education at Universities Worldwide. 3rd expanded edition. Sofia …, 2013
Genesis, developments, practices, and problems of teacher training: The experience from Tanzania
WAL Anangisye
Transforming African Education Systems in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Using ICTs: Challenges and Opportunities
C Barakabitze, A. A., Anangisye, W. A. L., Ainea, N., Mkwizu, M. H., Maziku ...
Education Research International 29, 1- 29, 2019
The current status of teachers and the teaching profession in Tanzania
WAL Anangisye
Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research 6 (1), 2009
The contribution of religious institutions to the development of secular education in Tanzania: The case of Pentecostal churches in the Dar es Salaam region
International Comparative Perspectives on Religion and Education, 53 – 74, 2014
Teacher Professional Identity and Quality Assurance in Tanzania: The Case of The University of Dar es Salaam
WLM Komba, WAL Anangisye, JK Katabaro
Journal of International Cooperation in Education 15 (3), 187-204, 2013
Why are teachers motivated to behave unprofessionally? A Qualitative-Data-Based-Inquiry on education stakeholders’ experiences in Tanzania
WAL Anangisye
Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research 8 (1), 2011
Conceptualizing the Professional Nature of the Teaching Enterprise: A Critical Review
WAL Anangisye
UTAFITI 10 (1), 1 - 18, 2013
Teacher ethics in the curriculum of teacher education in Tanzania.
WAL Anangisye
Journal of Educational Sciences & Psychology 1 (1), 2011
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