Dr. Rachel W. Kamau-Kangethe

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Position:Senior Lecturer
Qualification:PhD 
Department: Early Childhood Studies
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi – Kenya

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Publications

  • January-2018: Influence of Parents’ Support on Pupils’ Transition From Pre-Primary Schools to Lower Primary Schools In Jimeta, Adamawa State, Nigeria.
    Esther Daniel Mshelbila, Rachel W. Kamau-Kang’ethe & Wanjohi Githinji International Journal of Science Arts and Commerce Vol. 3 No. 1, January-2018
  • December 2017: The Development of Knowledge Workers in an Organization Zipporah Gichuhi, Rachel Kamau-Kang'ethe and Peter Mwathi. Journal of Knowledge Management., [Online] Vol.6, No. 5, pp457-468. Available at: http://www.vcampus.uom.ac.mu/km/unit4/resources/km
  • July 2017: Determinants of Parents' Perception on School Readiness Among. Pre-Primary School Pupils In Karasani Division, Nairobi County, Kenya. Mercy Kerubo Nyakundi, Nyakwara Begi, Rachel W. KamauKang'ethe. European Journal of Education Studies - Volume 3 Issue 6 │ 2017. 743.
  • July 2016: “Jiggers Detrimental to Pupils Outdoor Play Activities”: (ASSRJ NEW ISSUE PUBLISHED(Vol13issue7July2016) Beatrice Makena, Dr. Rachel W. Kamau- Kang’ethe
  • January, 2015: Challenges Encountered by Married Women who are Adventitiously Blinded in Machakos District: Implications for Rehabilitation Opportunities in Kenya: Published in the Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies: Nairobi Aacademic Press. ISSN:2305-2619
  • October 2014: Characteristics of Gifted and Talented Children in the Juvenille Deliquent Schools in Kenya (Duo Exceptionality). To be published by A School of Education
  • August, 2014: Mother Tongue Policy Implementation and Language of Instruction Practices in Lower Primary School Classes. A Case of Nyeri County, Kenya. Paper to be Published in the a referred Journal.
  • July 2014: Gifted and Juvenile delinquency: a case of Selected Rehabilitation Schools of Kenya. Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies (ISSN:2305-2619).
  • July 2014: Preferred Methods of Teaching Reading in Early Childhood Classes in Dagoretti and Westlands Divisions in Nairobi County, Kenya. Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies (ISSN: 2305-2619).
  • November, 2013: Early Identification of Learning Disabilities among Standard Three Pupils of Public Schools in Butere District, Kenya. Journal of Guidance, Counselling and Psychology. ISSN2226-O552.
  • January 2013: Individualized Educational Programme for Children in Special Circumstances: A Study of Kajiado District, Kenya; Published on 10th July 2013 Under 10th Annual Hawaii Scrid Early Childhood Education by Abubakar Gafar (Letter of invitation attached. Hand copy to be presented later).
  • 2012: Wrote the Preface of NURTURING THE FUTURE: Educating Kenya’s Gifted and Talented (GYST) (I AM ALSO ONE OF THE TRUSTEES).
  • 2011 March: Mystery of the Gifted and Talented: Gifted and Talented Magazine: Issue No: One/2011
  • 2006 “Knowledge and Attitudes towards HIV¬/AIDS among Adolescents and Teachers in Starehe Division: Nairobi Province”. Sponsored by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and supervised by Kenyatta University. This was done with my Maters student Students Margaret Wangui Mugi, and Dr, Josephine Gitome of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Kenyatta University.
  • 2004: - “Inclusive Education: The Teaching of Signing Exact English to the Hearing Impaired Children,” A Paper presented at an International
    Conference on Inclusive Education Organized by Maseno University, Department of Special Needs Education in 2002, Published in the British Journal of Special Education in 2004.
  • 2003: -Working together for Inclusion: A Paternership Scheme between South and North by Martin Rouse and Rachel Kang’ethe, Published in a South African Journal: Perspectives in Education, Vol. 21(3), September 2003.
  • 2001: - The Inclusion of Neuropsychological Assessment Test (NEPSY) in School Based Assessment of Children with Special Needs in Kenya: paper presented during the 19th Annual Conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA), September 24-28 in Nairobi, Kenya. ((Submitted to Kenyatta University Educational Journal for Publication ).

 Seminars/Conference Papers

  • 11th –13th December, 2015: 2nd Conference On African Urban Youth Languages as one of the committee member organizing it and as a presenter organized by Institute of African Studies: Kenyatta University.
  • August 2014: The International Conference on African Languages and Literatures in the 21st Century as one of the committee member organizing it and as a presenter organized by Institute of African Studies: Kenyatta University.
  • 2012 ; 10th August: Attended the Prison Gifted and Talented Presentations at Industrial Area Prisons Nairobi. (Attendance Certificate)
  • 10th February, 2012; Attended the Launching of an Enrichment Programme on Gifted and Talented Young Persons in Kenya Parent’s forum at Visa Oshwal Primary School, Westlands, Nairobi County, Kenya.
  • 26TH-27TH October 2011: Facilitated An Orientation of Gifted and Talented Workshop for Teachers at Aga Khan Mombasa Academy in Mombasa, Kenya.
  • 12th to 14th October 2010: Attended co-operative Bank Training on FOSA MANAGEMENT COURSE
  • 27TH TO 30TH JULY, 2010: Attended the National conference on “Laying the Fundation for Unlocking the Potentials of the gifted and Talent Young Persons in Kenya, at Kenyatta University. “ (Lead Organiser of the conference)
  • 2010 May, 27th - 28th. Attended the Kenya Education Staff Institute (KESI). National conference on “Innovations in Education Management” at Kenyatta International Conference Center (I was appointed in the Committee to coordinate Early childhood and Special Needs Education) .
  • 2010 Februrary, 25th to 29th February: Attended an Internal Edulink Seminar on Learning Disabilities and presented two papers with my Masters Students. We are preparing the papers for Publication.

Consultancies and Research Activities

  1. 2014: External Evaluator: University of Rwanda: Diploma in Early Childhood Education
  2. 2012 ; 10th August:Attended the Prison Gifted and Talented Presentations at Industrial Area Prisons Nairobi. (Attendance Certificate)
  3. 2012 Janaury: UNICEF consultancy on documentation and Review of the Talent Academy Project
  4. 2009 September: UNESCO consultancy on the Training of Schools Inspectors in Rwanda
  5. 2006: Was one of the Lead Researchers in a collaborative Research between Kenyatta University and some Commonwealth Universities from Britain, West Africa, India and Pakistan on Education and Poverty Eradication. (My main emphasis was on Disability, Poverty Education).
  6. 2006 March “Knowledge and Attitudes towards HIV/AIDS among Adolescents and Teachers in Starehe Division: Nairobi Province”. Sponsored by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and supervised by Kenyatta University.
  7. 2006: 18th February to 4th March. Consultant with International Aids Sweden on training of Teachers in Somaliland.
  8. 2005 July Consultant in a collaborative research project between GTZ, Ministry of Home Affairs Children’s Department and Kenyatta University, School of Education, Department of Special Education on: “Juvenile Justice and Management of Child Offenders in Kenya: An Annotated Bibliography of Research 1958-2005”. The Research has already been published.
  9. 2005 May Two weeks Consultancy in Somaliland: Training Primary school Teachers
  10. 2003- December - Co-ordinated the writing of a Primary Teacher Education Syllabus for International Aids Sweden (IAS): Integrated Education & Development Programme to be implemented in Somaliland.
  11. 2001-2002: - Consultant in Special Needs Education with International Aids Sweden (IAS) in Hargeisa, Somaliland - Undertook Programme Evaluation which enabled them to get funding from European Union (EU) for a period of five years.
  12. 2000: -Participated in the Review of Maseno University Bachelor of Special Education Degree Programme.
  13. 2000: - Evaluation of Kericho Integrated Programme for the Visually
    Impaired Children sponsored by Sight Savers (SSI) International of Britain.
  14. 1999: - "Provision of Educational Progammes for the Gifted and Talented in Kenya" Paper Presented to the Koech Commission of Inquiry into the System of Education in Kenya.
  15. 1997: - Evaluation of Integrated Programmes for the Visually Impaired (Embu and Baringo): Sponsored by Sight Savers international (SSI) of Britain.
  16. 1996-1997: - Kenya Society for the Deaf Children. ”A National the Survey of Deafness in Kenya."
  17. 1995: - World Bank Study on "The Cost and Financing of Special Education in Kenya."
  18. 1992-1993: - International Labour Organisation (ILO) Kenyan Project on "Employment of Persons with Disabilities", Training of Village Polytechnic Managers and Instructors on how to integrate persons with Disabilities.

 

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