Dr. Isaac Mwangi

 

Title/Qualifications: PhD
Position: Lecturer
Department: Educational Communication and Technology
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi, Kenya.
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Publications

  • Teacher Professional Development Needs for ICT Integration in Kenya: Lessons, Challenges and Prospects, Journal of Education and Practice, ISSN. 2222-1735 ISSN, 2016.
  • Manner and Level of Pedagogical ICT Integration in Selected Kenyan Schools, Contemporary Educational Technology, 2015.
  • Educational Communication and Technology Module, 2012, Nazarene University
  • Governance of Public Universities in Kenya: A Scholar-Practitioner’s Perspective (2nd Co-authored with Prof Olive M. Mugenda), A book Chapter, 2015
  • Manner and Level of Pedagogical ICT Integration in Kenyan Schools, Contemporary Educational Technology Journal, 2015

Conferences

  • Constructivism and ICT integration in Kenyan secondary schools: Prospects and Challenges,
  • Mainstreaming ICT into Research in Higher Education: The Case of Kenyatta University, ICT in Higher Education, Moi University and HERPNET, May 2010
  • Subversion of Familial Social Spaces: Perspectives of Internet and Electronic Media in Kenyan Households the Pan-African international family strength conference, North Coast beach Hotel, Mombasa, July 2010

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Dr George Mathenge Wairungu

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Title/Qualifications:
PhD in Curriculum and Instruction
Department/Unit/Section:
Special Needs Education
Contact Address:
43844-00100-Nairobi
Position:
Lecturer


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Dr Mathenge was born in central Kenya where he received his primary and secondary Education. He earned his Bachelors degree from Moi University (1997) after which he worked in Baringo District for four years under T.S.C. He earned his Masters degree from Drake University (U.S.A) 2006.  After his Masters degree, he taught Special Education for a total of nine years in (this was in  inclusion setting, self contained and resource) U.S.A. He earned his P.H.D in Curriculum and Instruction (Special Education) from the University Of Arkansas (U.S.A) in 2015.  Dr Mathenge’s research interests are in Autism, Intellectual disabilities, Landau Kleffner Syndrome (a rare disability commonly mistaken for Autism and Rett syndrome), Applied Behavior Analysis and Inclusion. He believes that all students are capable of learning if taught in their preferred learning styles.  He is a strong believer in Piagetism.

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Mr Francis Muriuki Muriithi

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Name: Francis Muriuki Muriithi         
Title/Qualifications:
MED
Department/Unit/Section:
Special Needs Education
Contact Address:
Physical address. Department of Special Needs Education, Arts complex Phase 1, Room 114 Kenyatta University.
Position:
Tutorial Fellow

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Achievements

  • Has published with Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP).
  • Awarded Certificate of merit for attaining first best results in the district in K.C.P.E Home science and Business Education in Kirinyaga district in 1990.
  • Awarded certificate of merit for attaining first best results in the district in K.C.P.E Home science and Business Education in Kirinyaga district in 1991.
  • Awarded certificate of merit for attaining 2nd position in the divisional standard 8 continuous assessment test in Ndia division.
  • Kenya Society for Deaf Children Regional co-ordinator Murang’a region.
  • Certificate of participation in presenting a masters research thesis findings at graduate school of Kenyatta university.
  • Awarded certificate of merit for participation by Kenya institutions for persons with intellectual disabilities sports association Central province in 2011.
  • Awarded certificate of merit for participation by Aberdare region special needs education sports championships in 2013.
  • Awarded certificate of merit for participation by National championships of the Kenya institutions of persons with intellectual disability sports association in 2013.

 

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Dr. Samson Ikinya Kariuki

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Name: Samson Ikinya Kariuki
Title/Qualifications:
Dr, PhD
Department/Unit/Section:
Education Management, Policy and Curriculum Studies
Contact Address:
P.O. Box 1350-00232-Ruiru
Position:
Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Research methodology, monitoring and evaluation, research statistics, quantitative research methods, technical and vocational education. Educational technology
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Research Interests: 
Educational Technology, Curriculum Studies In Technical And Vocational Educaton.

Research

  • Ikinya S Kariuki 2015 Safety Standards and Guideline in Road Transport of Primary School Pupils –OnGoing
  • Ikinya S. Kariuki2013Tracer Study of Engineering Graduate from TIVET Centres of Excellence in Kenya
  • Kenya Institute of Education 2010 Training Needs Assessment Development of police Reforms Curriculum in Kenya
  • Ikinya S. Kariuki 2008 Application of CNC Simulation In teaching and learning Of Numerical Machining Concept. Case of Nairobi Technical Training Institute
  • Tracer Study of Engineering Graduate from TIVET Centres of Excellence in Kenya
  • Application of CNC Simulation In teaching and learning Of Numerical Machining Concept. Case of Nairobi Technical Training Institute
  • Training Needs Assessment Development of police Reforms Curriculum in Kenya.
  • Training Needs Assessment for Engineering Skills Acquisitions to enhance employability

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2015 12:13

Dr. Tom O. Abuom

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Position: Lecturer
Department: Special Needs Education
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100, Nairobi, Kenya


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Conferences

  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R (2013). Production of Word Orders in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Presentation at the 11th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Tenerife,Canary Islands-Spain, March 20-23.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2012). Effects of brain damage on sentence comprehension: Evidence from Swahili-English bilinguals with Broca's aphasia. Presentation at the 13th International Science of Aphasia Conference, Groningen,The Netherlands, September 7-12.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R (2012). Asyntactic Comprehension in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Presentation at the NPL-Aphasia Conference, Toulouse, France, June 21-23.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2012). Effects of brain damage on sentence comprehension: Evidence from Swahili-English bilinguals with Broca's aphasia. Poster presented at the Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences' (BCN) New Year meeting, Groningen,The Netherlands, February 2.
  • Abuom, T., Bastiaanse, R & Shah, E. (2012). Asyntactic Comprehension in Swahili-English bilinguals with Broca's aphasia. Talk given at the 4th East African Speech & Language Therapy Conference, Kampala, Uganda, January 12-15.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2011). Time reference deficits in Swahili-English agrammatic speakers.Talk given at the 12th International Science of Aphasia Conference, Barcelona, Spain, September 1-5.
  • Abuom, T.,Obler, L.& Bastiaanse, R. (2011). The processing of time reference in bilingual Individuals with broca's aphasia.Talk given at TABU DAG Conference, Groningen,The Netherlands, June 17-18.
  • Abuom, T.,Obler, L.& Bastiaanse, R. (2011). Time reference deficits in Swahili-English bilinguals with broca's aphasia.Talk given at the Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences' (BCN) Retreat, Odoorn,The Netherlands, March 17-18.
  • Abuom, T.,Obler, L.& Bastiaanse, R. (2011). Time reference in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Presentation at the Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences' (BCN) New Year meeting, Groningen,The Netherlands, February 17.
  • Abuom, T.,Obler, L.& Bastiaanse, R. (2010). Using Swahili and English to test explanations of Agrammatism. Presentation at the 11th International Science of Aphasia Conference, Potsdam, Germany, August 27-31.

Publications

  • Abuom, T.O. (2013). Verb and word order deficits in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of Groningen). Groningen Dissertations in Linguistics (GRODIL),119. ISBN: 978-90-367-6264-9
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2013). Sentence Production in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Aphasiology, 27, 921-937.
  • Abuom, T., Bastiaanse, R. & Shah, E. (2013). Sentence Comprehension in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Journal of Clinical linguistics & Phonetics, 27, 355-370.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2013). Production and Comprehension of Reference of Time in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers. Aphasiology, 27, 157-177.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R. (2012). Effects of brain damage on sentence comprehension: Evidence from Swahili-English bilinguals with Agrammatic Broca's aphasia. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie (Journal of Voice-, Speech- and Language pathology) 17, 11-14.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse, R (2012). Asyntactic Comprehension in Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic speakers.In proceedings of the NeuroPsychoLinguistic Perspectives on Aphasia (NPL) Conference. Toulouse: University of Toulouse.pp.107-109.
  • Abuom, T.& Bastiaanse,R. (2012). Characteristics of Swahili-English bilingual agrammatic Spontaneous speech & the consequences for understanding agrammatic aphasia. Journal of Neurolinguistics 25, 276-293.
  • Abuom, T. & Bastiaanse,R. (2011). Time reference deficits in Swahili-English agrammatic speakers.In proceedings of the 12th Science of Aphasia Conference. Barcelona: University of Barcelona. pp.14-17.
  • Abuom, T.,Obler, L.& Bastiaanse, R (2011). Using Swahili and English to test explanations of Agrammatism. Aphasiology 25 (5), 559-575.

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