In most established tertiary institutions, research is sine quo non for quality teaching and learning, curriculum development and high-quality approaches in decision making processes. Research in Education is central to knowledge development and is at the core of innovative practices that are relevant to curricular aims and to meeting the needs of both the learners and academic staff.
As the MIE is a degree-awarding institution, it is important to develop and shape a research culture which incorporates, among others, research training, research mentoring and research incentives, which would eventually serve as a framework to guide the MIE in its decisions and actions towards equipping academic staff with the knowledge, skills and attitudes for becoming deep-seated research engaged staff. Following the recommendation of the first quality audit, the Research Unit was set in 2009.
|GENERAL INFORMATION ON RESEARCH|
Departmental Research Coordinators
|CAPACITY BUILDINGS, WORKSHOPS & SEMINAR|
2020- International Translation Day
2019- Recruitment of International faculties TEC Scheme
2018- Ethics and Good Governance
2016- Getting your Research Published
– Strengthening the Research Culture At MIE
2015- Developing Research Proposals
2014- Research and Curriculum
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Research week at the MIE
2017 – Research in Education: Issues & Opportunities, Teaching & Learning
2021 – Educational Research: From Theory to Practice
OF EDUCATION & PUBLICATIONS
The Journal of Education
2019, Vol 10, Issue 1
List of publications by year