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Etim, James S.

James Etim is Professor of Education and Coordinator of the Master of Arts Teaching Program (Middle Grades) at Winston Salem State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wyoming.

Educational Reform in Africa: Essays on Curriculum, Libraries , Counseling, and Grade Levels
2009 0-7734-4849-7
This work examines issues in African education ranging from the philosophy of education for women and guidance and counseling challenges, to the role of information and telecommunications technology in the field.

Essays in Helping Diverse Students Attain Educational Success
2012 0-7734-3936-6
This collection of essays examines the interrelationships between family, the school, and educational success for students traditionally at risk, with a focus on practical strategies to help educators develop these essential relationships.

How Reading Literature Helps Students to Integrate Their School Curriculum
2008 0-7734-5279-6
This study examines and offers examples of the implementation of interdisciplinary teaching and the integration of curriculum. Such integrated approaches promise a more relevant curriculum and more meaningful learning. This book is concerned with early secondary education and proposes that literature can serve as the center for such curriculum integration.