This work is ‘a made easy’ for supervisees and supervisors who really want to devote their time and energy in seeking solutions to some educational problems. It gives directions on how to carry out research work with ease. Furthermore, it strengthens the professional relationship between the supervisee and the supervisor. The duo; Rev. Br. Assoc. Prof. Osuji, Gregory Ekene, fms and Asst. Prof. Everlyn Oluoch Suleh have demonstrated the need for consistency in scholarly research partnership [Prof. Aaron E. Eze; Dean – School of Postgraduate Studies, Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, Nigeria].
This book tackles an issue that has, so far, not been explored by many scholars worldwide. The authors engage with key issues that supervisors and supervisees must be aware of all along during their research journey. The book is relevant to students and their supervisors at both graduate and post-graduate levels in all university faculties [Prof. Mellitus Nyongesa Wanyama; Dean, School of Music and Performing Arts, Kabarak University, Nakuru, Kenya].
Rev. Br. Assoc. Prof. Osuji, Gregory Ekene, fms belongs to the Religious Institute of the Marist Brothers of the Schools (Catholic Mission). He is an Associate Professor of Education Curriculum Studies and Instruction. He holds a Ph.D. in Education Curriculum Studies and Instruction from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya. He is the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Education, Godfrey Okoye University Enugu, Nigeria. As a curriculum specialist, Assoc. Prof. Ekene has deep passion for research. He is always happy guiding students in their research work.
Everlyn Achieng’ Oluoch-Suleh is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Languages and Literature, United States International University- Africa, Nairobi, Kenya. She holds a Ph.D. in African Languages from the University of South Africa, a Master’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Nairobi, a Master of Arts degree in Intercultural Communication from Stellenbosch University, South Africa, a Bachelor’s degree in Education (Linguistics/Literature) from the University of Nairobi, a Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education in Teaching and Learning (South Africa) and a Trinity Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) – United Kingdom. Dr. Suleh’s research interests include Theoretical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, African Languages, teaching of English as a second language, use of technology in teaching English, education and sustainable development.