Education, EDUCATION & educaTION

How to motivate students from Africa and Asia, studying in Further Education (FE) Colleges in the United Kingdom.

by Mohamed Sannoh



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/14/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781490734941
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781490734958
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781490734965

About the Book

This book is bringing many experiences and especially of thoughts in education from around the global, politics and religion within different and multicultural settings but all focusing on understanding the purpose of God's world. For those who are atheist or have never attempted to know anything about God especially when they are teachers or if they are politicians and banking on atheist ideologies of "giving the people what they want, even when not good for them" and they will vote you in, you will find this book although very irritating but educational and thought provoking. Teachers are seriously advised to think twice before being forced into teaching ideologies that are not substantiated with written facts that are always referred to as references; otherwise they will find themselves in the job of keeping somebody in political position, which is considered as employment seeking position. Are you ready for this?

About the Author

Mohamed Sannoh is also a writer of books covering wider subjects in the areas of Politics, Business Administration, Business Law, Management Practices, Teaching (Education) and Philosophy. One particular interesting fact about the books he has authored is that they are really funny and presented in fashions that makes readers to enjoy and laugh. He chooses his words that reflect the true purpose for which he writes and although his first books are based on the incidences that have once happened in Sierra Leone and are still happening there, especially the politics, policy makers, including students of Business Administration and Political Science in many other African countries are beginning to appreciate his works and to recognise the “spill-over” effects of negative political behaviour, especially in an African nations.