Sciental Journal of Education Humanities and Social Sciences <p><strong>About the Journal</strong></p> <p><strong>Sciental Journal of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences (SJEHSS)</strong> is an open-access journal that publishes original articles on educational advancements, humanities, and social sciences. SJEHSS publishes manuscripts in English with quarterly frequency (3 Issues Per Year). The initial research, systematic reviews, analyses of social work, educational practices, teaching methods, practice highlights, research briefs, book reviews, and student submissions are accepted for publication in SJEHSS.</p> <p>The review process is estimated to take 8 to 10 weeks from submission but may take longer in particular cases. 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For example, other rights such as <a id="src-publicity-privacy-or-moral-rights" href="">publicity, privacy, or moral rights </a>may limit how you use the material.</p> (Ababio Boateng) (Abam Mensah) Sat, 10 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Staff Development Initiatives' Effect on Teaching Faculty Performance in Taraba State Higher Education Institutions The paper examines how staff development programs affect the performance of teaching faculty at higher education institutions in Taraba State, Nigeria. A mixed-methods approach was utilized to collect data, with a focus on respondents' perceptions of staff development programs and their influence on teaching faculty performance. The research sample consisted of 200 persons, including school administrators and instructional personnel. Descriptive statistical analyses were performed to calculate the mean scores and standard deviations of Likert-scale responses to various aspects of staff development programs. Furthermore, hypotheses were tested to determine whether there were any significant relationships between respondents' opinions about staff development activities and teaching faculty performance. According to the survey results, respondents feel that staff development programs improve teaching faculty effectiveness, nurture workplace performance, encourage teacher innovation, and increase job satisfaction. Despite widespread agreement, response variability suggests that people have a diversity of perspectives. Furthermore, the findings indicate a significant relationship between school administration and teaching faculty opinions of the effectiveness of staff development initiatives, emphasizing the need of collaboration and stakeholder participation in educational reform efforts. Based on these findings, recommendations are made to tailor staff development programs to the specific needs of teaching faculty, conduct on-going needs assessments, promote collaboration and peer learning, allocate adequate resources and support, advocate for supportive policies, and conduct rigorous research and evaluation. These aim to improve teaching staff performance, therefore adding to the quality of higher education in Taraba State, Nigeria. Joseph Tanimu, Andesimbapae Sam Wachap, Friday Tanko Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 13 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 USING THE SOCRATES METHOD IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITIES It is shown that Socrates' method, his dialogue, is a kind of laboratory, an animated search field, assuming the presence of two interlocutors. There is no real wisdom outside of Socrates' dialogue, but only a lot of knowledge. The emergence of information computer systems makes it possible to expand the cognitive possibilities of dialogue. Such a virtual dialogue does not diminish the importance of a live, direct dialogue, but complements it by changing the form of the traditional educational process. Akhmedov B.A., Makhmudova D.M., Akhmedjonov D.G. Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 13 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Role of Museums for the Issue of Tourism Development Tourism is an integral part of the life of our planet. This complex, highly profitable intersectoral complex is one of the main areas of the global economy, which contributes to a high level of employment, social welfare and quality of life, as well as economic unity and cultural diversity of states and regions of the world. One of the ways of spiritual development of society is cultural tourism, in the development of which museums have an important place. It should be noted that significant investments have been made in the development and construction of museums. This seemingly conservative and quiet institution, like a large modern corporation, integrates with amazing speed into the processes of modern globalization, receives an unlimited number of visitors. It is aimed at attracting both local and foreign tourists. Tamar Zubitashvili Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 13 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000