CONTACT INFORMATION

Name : PETER KIBET KOECH (PhD.)
Address : P.O Box 2586, ELDORET, KENYA.
Cell Phone :0722558265
Email : pkkoech2001@yahoo.com

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Date of Birth: 29/09/1967
Place of Birth; Kapseret, Uasin Gishu County
Citizenship: Kenyan
Sex: Male

Optional Personal Information

Marital Status: Married
Spouse’s Name: Regina Jepkirui Koech
Language: Nandi, Swahili & English (written & spoken)

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKROUND

July 2006- July 2010: KENYATTA UNIVERSITY, Nairobi, (Kenya):
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). (Early Childhood Studies)

2001- 2003: UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA, Cedar Falls (USA)
Master of Arts in Education (Curriculum & Instruction in
Early Childhood Studies)

1991-1993: MOl UNIVERSITY, Eldoret, Kenya
Bachelor of Education (BED) 2nd class honors. (Geography &
Religion)

1988- 1989: Kapsabet Boys High school, Kapsabet, Kenya.
(Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE). 3 Principals
& I Subsidiary (CRE, Geography, History & General Paper)

1984- 1987: Kipsangui Sec. School, Eldoret, Kenya.
(Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE). Division 1.

1976- 1983: Tuiyo Primary School, Eldoret, Kenya
Certificate of Primary Education (CPE)

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

HOD, EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION TECNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
(MACHAKOS UNIVERSITY)

September 2016- Todate

Duties and Responsibilities

i) Lead the department faculty in its development of policies on such matters as academic requirements, courses of study, class schedules, graduate and research programs, and service functions.
ii) The chair presides at all department meetings, except as the chair may delegate this function, and is an ex officio member of all department committees.
iii) Has administrative responsibility for implementing the department’s policies and programs
iv) Responsible for recommendations on the appointment of new faculty members of the department, promotions, reappointments, terminal appointments, post-retirement appointments, the granting of tenure, and decisions not to reappoint.
v) Responsible for the periodic evaluation of department members by procedures and criteria established by the University, the college, and the department faculty;
vi) Submitting the budget request for the department and administers the budget after its approval; and for making recommendations on salaries, salary changes, and distribution of effort.
vii) Deal with any matters that may be delegated form time to time by the Dean of the school of education.

SENIOR LECTURER
DEPARTMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
MACHAKOS UNIVERSITY

3rd May 2016- Present

Duties and Responsibilities
Teaching, setting examinations, invigilation, marking and moderation. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson.

 

REGISTRAR, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

(MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY)

2nd January 2015- 2nd January, 2016

Duties and Responsibilities of Registrar, School of Education

  1. Providing effective administrative support to teaching, learning, examinations and research in the school.
  2. Providing effective administrative support to the processes of student admission, registration and fast-trucking credit transfer in the school.
  3. Supporting academic progress of students by maintaining accurate student’s records and fast-trucking credit transfer of uploading of marks in the Management Information System.
  4. Overseeing keeping records of course unit allocation to faculty and ensuring compliance with workload policy.
  5. Monitoring student unit load and lecture attendance.
  6. Serving as a custodian of academic regulations, rules and procedures.
  7. Liaising with the University time-tabler on matters related to preparation of teaching and examination timetables.
  8. Liaising with relevant campus officers on matters related to ensuring standardization of course content delivery.
  9. Coordinating matters related to business development and marketing activities in the School and advising the Dean of the School on the same.
  10. Coordinating activities of administrative staff in the School.
  11. Mainstreaming the use of Management Information System in the School.
  12. Coordinating matters related to procurement and fee collection
  13. Coordinating and managing students’ field trips and attachments, and maintaining proper records.
  14. Ensuring the smooth functioning of the School Board and its sub-committees.
  15. Preparing agenda and agenda documents for school meetings.
  16. Serving as a secretary to the School Academic Board.
  17. Fast-tracking the implementation recommendation of Senate and School Board.
  18. Advising the Dean of the School on matters related to teaching resources.
  19. Budgeting and implementing school budgets as well as being the accounting officer of the University funds being expended in the school.
  20. Ensuring effective planning and monitoring of all school academic, research, consultancy and outreach activities.
  21. Ensuring prudent management and utilization of resources in the School.
  22. Liasing with the Director, Institutional Planning Matters related to planning in the School.
  23. Coordinating and controlling visits to and from campuses.
  24. Performing any other duty that may be assigned to you from time to time by the Dean of the School.
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ASSOCIATE DEAN, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

(MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY)

2nd January, 2014- 2nd January 2015
Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Advise the Dean of school on administrative and academic matters.
  2. Co-ordinate certificate, diploma and undergraduate programmes in school
  3. Enforce compliance with regulations governing certificate, diploma and undergraduate training
  4. Oversee periodic review of regulations governing training in the school
  5. Oversee enforcement of examination guidelines and fee payment policy
  6. Ensure effective implementation of the mentorship and academic advisory programmes in the school.
  7. Oversee monitoring appraising and evaluate teaching in the school.
  8. Oversee planning and organization of seminars, workshops and conferences in the school
  9. Provide regular reports to the Dean of the school.
  10. Maintain a register of all students and staff in the school.
  11. Coordinate all matters related to the school publications and collation of information for posting on the university Website on a monthly basis.
  12. Oversee implementation of regulations and guidelines governing post graduate training in the school.
  13. Co-ordinate matters relating to Postgraduate programmes in the school.
  14. Ensure and maintain an environment that nurtures excellence and high standards of professionalism in teaching, research and service provision in the school.
  15. Chair the school Postgraduate Committee.
  16. Ensure quality teaching and learning processes in the school.
  17. Ensure compliance with the university quality assurance system.
  18. Serve as the chairman of the school Curriculum Committee.
  19. Coordinate mentorship matters related to mentorship and academic advisory in the school.
  20. Deal with any matters that may be delegated form time to time by the Dean of the school of education.

 

HOD, EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES DEPARTMENT

(MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY)

September 2013- 2nd January, 2014

Duties and Responsibilities

viii) Lead the department faculty in its development of policies on such matters as academic requirements, courses of study, class schedules, graduate and research programs, and service functions.
ix) The chair presides at all department meetings, except as the chair may delegate this function, and is an ex officio member of all department committees.
x) Has administrative responsibility for implementing the department’s policies and programs
xi) Responsible for recommendations on the appointment of new faculty members of the department, promotions, reappointments, terminal appointments, post-retirement appointments, the granting of tenure, and decisions not to reappoint.
xii) Responsible for the periodic evaluation of department members by procedures and criteria established by the University, the college, and the department faculty;
xiii) Submitting the budget request for the department and administers the budget after its approval; and for making recommendations on salaries, salary changes, and distribution of effort.
xiv) Deal with any matters that may be delegated form time to time by the Dean of the school of education.

 

CHAIR, UASIN GISHU COUNTY EDUCATION BOARD

Jan-2014- present
Duties and responsibilities

i) oversee in consultation with the county government, the operation and management of youth polytechnics, pre-primary education including early childhood care and education programmes in the county;
ii) coordinate and monitor education and training in the County on behalf of the national government and the county government;
iii) interpret national policies in education based on the county’s needs;
iv) initiate proposals for policy reforms;
v) plan, promote, develop, and coordinate education, training and research in the county in accordance with the provisions of this Act, the national education policy and the laws and policies of the county government;
vi) collaborate with the Board of Management, the Principal, the Head Teacher, and other appropriate authorities in the management of basic schools;
vii) register and maintain a data bank of all education and training institutions within the county;
viii) monitor curriculum implementation in basic education in the county;
ix) ) monitor the conduct of examinations and assessments at the basic education and training levels in the county in collaboration with all the relevant national bodies;
x) collaborate with the Teachers Service Commission on teacher management within the county;
xi) prepare and submit a comprehensive school termly annual report including Educational
xii) coordinate with all relevant agencies to ensure that all the barriers to the right to quality education are removed and with National Government to facilitate realization of the right to education within the county;
xiii) put measures in place to ensure all children and youth of school going age within the county attend and stay in to complete basic education.
xiv) perform such other functions as may be necessary for the better carrying out of the functions of the county education board under this Act or any other written law.

LECTURER

August 2010- October 2012: (Kenyatta University)
Department of Early Childhood Studies.
Teaching Courses
Diploma

• . ECD 015 Introduction to general methods in ECE
• . ECD 022 Introduction to language
• . ECD 026 Introduction to community education
• . ECD 031 Introduction to material development
• . ECD 033 Care giving and role of family
• . ECD 036 Guidance and Counseling

Bachelor’s Degree

• . ECE 108 Preschool curriculum
• . ECE 109 practicum 1
• . ECE 201 General Methods
• . ECE 203 Languages in ECE
• . ECE 208 Community Education and Mobilization
• . ECE 213 Attachment
• . ECE 311: Comparative IN ECE

Masters Degree

• . ECE 508: Resource Development and Management
• .ECE 509: Poject Design, Implementation and Management
• .ECE 513: Advanced Curriculum
• . ECE 514: Leadership, Professionalism and Advocacy
• . ECE 515:Planning and Policy issues in early childhood development (ecd)

PhD Degree

• Curriculum Development

TUTORIAL FELLOW

JAN. 2006 – August 2010: Kenyatta University
Department of Early Childhood Studies.

Responsibilities
Teaching, setting examinations, invigilation, marking and moderation. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson.

PART-TIME LECTURER

Jan 2005- January 2006, Kenyatta University
Department of Early Childhood Studies.

PART-TIME LECTURER

February 2004- December 2004 Moi University
Department of Early Childhood Studies.

COMPUTER SKILLS
• Computer literate: Good knowledge of Word, Excel, e-mail and the internet
• E-learning training skills. Students and Lecturer trainer at Kenyatta University (2010-2012)

COURSES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS

2003 : Summer Institute on Constructivist Education Seminar, Cedar falls, Iowa (USA)
2006 : Codesria Seminar on Scholarly Writing, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.
2007: E-learning seminar, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.
2007: Seminar on writing Proposal for Funding, Kenya Utalii College, Nairobi.
2009: Early Childhood East and Central Africa Conferences, KU, Nairobi
2010: Workshop on Post Graduate Supervision, Kenyatta University, Nairobi
2010: Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Kenyatta University, Nairobi
2010: Conference on the Talented and Gifted, Kenyatta University, Nairobi
2012: The 20th Reconceptualising Early Childhood Education Conference
Reconceptualizing the field: Past, Present, and Future, KU, Nairobi.
2013: Seminar on child teaching strategies, Riara University, Nairobi
2013: Seminar on Pedagogical Skills in Higher Education Teaching and Learning,
Mount. Kenya University, Thika.
2014: Curriculum review workshop, SACDEP, Thika

MEMEBERSHIPS IN COMMITEES, MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY
• Member of Human resource Development and Progression sub-committee (ARD)
• Chair, Curriculum Development committee, SOE
• Chair, Postgraduate Committee, SOE

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AT KU
• 2014: Associate Dean, Mount Kenya University
• 2013: Chairman, Early Childhood Studies Department, MKU
• 2009- 2012 : Departmental Exam Coordinator, KU
• 2009- 2012: Departmental Curriculum Committee Chairman, KU
• 2010- 2012: Departmental Welfare Secretary, KU
• 2011- 2012: Departmental IBP Coordinator, KU
• 2011- 2012: Board Member, Institutional Based Programme (IBP) Board, KU
• 2010-2012: Departmental Intellectual Property Rights Coordinator, KU
• 2011-2012: School of Education Strategic Committee Member, KU
• 2010-2012: Masters and PhD Student Supervisor, KU
• 2011-2012: University Students Mentor, KU
• 2010-2012: Internal Examiner. KU,MKU
• 2011-2012: Teaching practice area supervisor, KU

TEACHER

Jan 2005-Jan 2006: St. Joseph High School-Githunguri

Responsibilities
• Teaching Geography & Christian Religious Education (CRE)

PART-TIME TEACHING

2010-2012: Presbyterian University of East Africa
Department of Early Childhood studies

Responsibilities
• Teaching, setting examinations, invigilation; marking and moderation. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson

Jan 2005- March 2006: Kenyatta University
Department of Early Childhood studies
Responsibilities
• Teaching, setting examinations, invigilation, marking and moderation. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson

May 2004- Jan 2005: Moi University
Department of Early Childhood & Primary Education
Responsibilities
• Teaching, setting examinations, invigilation; marking and moderation. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

2002-203: Freeburg Center for Early Childhood Education- University of Northern
Iowa (USA)

Responsibilities
• Teaching, marking teaching learning materials etc. Any other duties assigned by the chairperson

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

2002 -2003: University of Northern Iowa (USA)
Department of Early Childhood Education

Responsibilities
• . Teaching 02-08 year old children
• . Teaching undergraduate students
• . Making teaching and instructional materials.
• . Researching on the World Wide Web
• . Established and run a parent teacher library

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DEPUTY HEADMASTER

1998-2001: Ndalat Gaa Girls

Responsibilities
• In charge of general administrative duties and day-today smooth running of teaching programmes and discipline issues of students

ASSISTANT TEACHER

1995-1997: Ndalat Gaa Girls

Duties and Responsibilities
• Teaching Geography & Christian Religious Education (CRE)
• Patron of Christian union (CU)
• Patron of wildlife club

PRESIDING OFFICER

Oct – Dec 1997: Kenya Electoral Commission:

Responsibilities
• Officer in-charge of Ng’aniat polling station in Uasin Gishu district. Supervised the voting and counting of votes

KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATION COUNCIL SUPERVISOR

• 1997/1998: Supervisor of KCSE examination at Laboret sec school & Ndalat mission
Sec.School

UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC PROJECTS

• 2012: Developed a Bachelor of Education Degree (Early Childhood) Curriculum programme for Gretsa University
• July 2014: Reviewed curriculums:
i. Master of Education, SOE
ii. Doctor of Philosophy, SOE
iii. Postgraduate diploma in education
AWARDS & HONORS
• Certificate of commendation for good academic results, Ndalat Gaa Girls, 1998
• Certificate of commendation for good school discipline in Ndalat gaa Girls, 1999.
• Certificate of participation in the Summer Institute on Constructivist Education Seminar, Cedar falls, Iowa (USA), 2003
• Certificate of commendation for starting Tuiyo secondary school, 2004.
• Certificate of appreciation for donating science equipments to Tuiyo secondary school, 2004
• Certificate of participation, conference on talented and gifted children, 2010
• Certificates of Merit (CRE & Geography) Kipkarren Division, Kabiemit Zone, Nandi, 1998.
• Certificate of participation- Curriculum review workshop- SACDEP, Thika
RESEARCHES DONE

• A Comparative Analysis of Early Childhood Education in Kenya and the United States of America: Kenya’s Socio- Economic constraints” 2003, (Masters Project Work)
• Parent-Teacher Partnerships For Enhancing Pre-School Children’s Education in Uasin Gishu District, Kenya (2010) (PhD Thesis).

PAPERS

  1. Parents and teachers roles in preschool children’s education in Kenya. How can it be defined? Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences | Vol. 1, No. 4 | September 2014
  2. Critical Analysis of the Implementation of Children’s Rights in Kenya.
    Educational Research International Vol. 3(6 December 2014)
  3. An evaluation of the role of Government in children Advocacy and its challenges in Kiambu county in Kenya. Research journal’s journal of Education. Vol.3 No. 8 August/2015 ISSN 2347-82225
  4. QUALITY EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITY International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 2 No. 6 June 2014 483
  5. An Investigation of Relationship between Parents’ Social-Economic Status and Participation in Development of Early Childhood Education and Development Programmes (ECDE) in Githunguri Kiambu, Kenya. Kang’ara, Hannah Wanjiku, Peter Koech, Kariba, Richard Maina.
    IOSR Journal of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 19, Issue 6,
    Ver. IV (Jun. 2014), PP 81-84 e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN: 2279-0845.
  6. Resources for Children with Visual Impairments in Integrated ECD Centers -MERC Global’s International Journal of Social Science Vol 1 issue 3, October 2014,page 171-176 by Mary Consolata Shinali Wandia Millicent Githui and Peter Kibet Koech
  7. The impact of integration of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the teaching of preschool children in Kiambu West Sub-CountyQuest Journals Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science Volume 4 ~ Issue 10 (2016) pp: 22-30. ISSN (Online) : 2321-9467. Kang’ara Hannah Wanjiku, Dr. Peter Kibet Koech (PhD), Dr. Collins Ogogo
  8. Assessing the Impacts of Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement in Early Childhood Education and Development in Narok South Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Research in Education and Social Science Volume 1, Issue 2 (June 2016) ISSN: 2414-8792 (Print), 2415-2528 (Online) Available at: www.ijress.com Shinali Mary Consolata, Dr.Peter Kibet Koech
  9. The Influence of Teaching Strategies on Preschool Learning in Kiambu West Sub-County Quest Journals Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science Volume 4 ~ Issue 10 (2016) pp: 13-21 ISSN(Online) : 2321-9467 www.questjournals.org Corresponding Author: Kang’ara Hannah Wanjiku1 13 | Page Mount Kenya University, School of Education P.O. Box 342-01000, Thika, Kenya. Kang’ara Hannah Wanjiku1, Dr. Peter Kibet Koech (PhD), Dr. Collins Ogogo (PhD)

PAPERS/ARTICLES REVIEWED

  1. University to community pilot preschool programme: The effects on learning environment, teachers’ attitude and whole child development in African Educational Research Journal.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

• Parent-Teacher Partnerships For Enhancing Pre-School Children’s Education in Uasin Gishu District, Kenya (2008) (PhD Thesis)
• General Psychology: A book for College and University Students: ISBN-10: 3659595225
• Personality Development: A Book for College and University Students
ISBN-10: 3659615684
• Guidance and Counseling (waiting publication)

MODULES

  1. ECE 026:Social and Religious Studies
  2. ECE 108: Preschool curriculum
  3. ECE 213: Attachment in ECE
  4. ECE 311: Comparative in ECE
  5. ECE 508: Resource Development and Management
  6. ECE 513: Curriculum Development, Implementation& Evaluation
  7. ECE 514: Professionalism, Leadership &Advocacy
  8. ECE 519: Advanced Social- Emotional Development
    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
    • Kenyatta University Child Welfare Association (KUCWA).
    • Patron: Kenyatta University Uasin Gishu Students Association, 2007-2012
    •Kenyatta University Alumni
    •Early Childhood Professionals Association Kenya (ECPAK)

INTERNSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS
• Teaching practice, Londiani Secondary School, 1992
• Teaching practice, Cheptil Secondary School, 1993.
• Attachment at Freeburg Education Centre (USA), 2001-2003.
• A University Graduate Fellowship Grant in the amount of $ 1500 by Regents Centre for Early Childhood Education and UNI Graduate School of Education (IOWA, USA).
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
• Chair, Uasin Gishu County Education Board (2014- todate)
• Board of Directors-Kapsowar Visionary College (2009- todate)
• Board member & Founder, Tuiyo Secondary School (1998-2003)
• Board member, Ng’enyilel Sec. School (2008-2011)
• Founder member, Tuiyo Educational Fund (2005)
• Businessman (Hotel ) Kahawa Wendani (1998-2012)
• Businessman( Kinyozi,salon & Mpesa agency), Kahawa Sukari (2014-2015)

COMPLETED PHD SUPERVISION (KU)

Wafula Robert Wekesa
A Correlational Study on Early Intervention of Mathematics Computational Difficulties and Achievement Amongst Class Three Pupils in Butere District Kakamega County, PhD Thesis. (July 2015)

COMPLETED MASTERS THESIS SUPERVISION (KU)
Birgen Dinah Chebii
Evaluation of Teachers’ Views and Attitude Towards the Introduction of Life Skills Education in Early Childhood Development Education in Kericho District, Master’s Thesis. December, 2013)
Benard Litali Ashiono The impact of parenting styles on preschool children’s performance in mathematics in Kisauni District, Master’s Thesis. July, 2014
Obunga Elijah Orangi
Factors Responsible for Low Reading Achievement Among Lower Primary School Pupils, Nyamira County, Master’s Thesis (December, 2013)
Abiero Moses Omondi
A Study of Parental Satisfaction with Pre-primary School Quality in Bondo District, Kenya. (July 2014)

COMPLETED MASTERS THESIS & PROJECTS SUPEREVISIONS (MKU)
JOSEPH KINYUA GITONGA
NUC/MECD/012/00006 AN INVESTIGATION OF INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT ON PRESCHOOL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN TIGANIA WEST DISTRICT, MERU COUNTY, Masters Project, (December, 2014)

JUDITH KAGWIRIA
NUC/MECD/012/00003 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ABUSE ON LEARNING OUTCOMES OF SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN IN TIGANIA CENTRAL DIVISION, MERU COUNTY, KENYA, Masters Project, (December, 2014)

NTARANGWI PETER IRISKI
MEC/24734/2013 An investigation into the factors that lead to how involvement of learners in early childhood classes in Meru county. A case study of Doleli division of Igembe north district. (July, 2015)
NJUKI HELEN MUKAMI
MEC/25047/2013 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF PARENTS’ PARTICIPATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN MUKURWE-INI CENTRAL DIVISION,
NYERI COUNTY. Masters Project, (December, 2014)

MWANGI GEORGE NJACAI
REG.NO. MEC/000520/312/19616
AN INVESTIGATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS OF SCHOOL-BASED DYNAMICS ON LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AMONGST PRESCHOOL LEARNERS IN MURANG’A SOUTH SUB-COUNTY, MURANG’A COUNTY Masters Project
(December, 2014)
AMINA M. AHMED
APP/111/07231
ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING LEARNERS’PERFORMANCE IN KENYA:
(A Survey of Public Primary Schools in Amu Zone, Lamu County) Masters Project, (December, 2014)

MOHAMED SHEE SAGARA
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MEASURES ADOPTED TO CURB PRIMARY SCHOOLS CHALLENGES IN ETHNIC CONFLICT AREAS IN TANA DELTA, TANA RIVER COUNTY, Masters Project, (December, 2014)

SHUMI ALI MOHAMED

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF FREE PRIMARY EDUCATION ON EARLYCHILDHOOD ENROLMENT IN AMU DIVISION, LAMU COUNTY, Masters Project (December, 2014)

MUTISO NZIOKA BARTHOLOMEW
An Assessment Of The Relationship Between Home-Based Dynamics Of Truancy And Learning Outcomes In Lower Primary Schools In Kivaa Zone Machakos County, Masters Project, (July 2015),
CATHYLN WANJA NJUE
An investigation of the implications of maternal alcoholism on Pre-School children’s learning outcomes in Embu East Sub-County. Masters Project (December,2015)

SIKUKU KOKONYA BENSON
An Investigation Of Students’ Involvement In Decision Making On Performance Of School Internal Examinations In Public Secondary Schools In Kwale District,Kwale County. Masters Project (December,2015)

KIMANI SIMON NJOROGE
An Evaluation Of The Influence Of Smasse Programme On Teaching And Learning Of Mathematics In Lower Primary Schools In Kigumo Sub-County,
Murang’a County, Kenya, Masters Project (December,2015)

REFEREES

  1. Dr. Githui Kimamo
    Dean, SOE
    Senior Lecturer, Com- Tec
    P.O BOX 342 01000
    Thika
  2. Dr. Begi Nyakwara
    Lecturer of Early Childhood Studies
    P.O BOX 43844. Nairobi. 0722 250188
  3. Dr. Teresa Bitengo
    Lecturer of Early Childhood Studies
    Kenyatta University
    P.O Box 43844, Nairobi. 0726392781