Dr. Grace Catherine Wanja Ndeke

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PERSONAL PROFILE


Dr. Grace Catherine Wanja Ndeke

Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Education Management

P.O. Box 536,

Egerton, Kenya

Mobile: +254 720 875 167

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Nationality: Kenyan

Marital status: Married

Sex: Female

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Year

Certificate

Institution

17TH JUNE  2016

PhD in science Education

Egerton University

2003

M. Ed in Science Education

Egerton University

1991

Bachelor of Education ( Science)

Egerton University

1987

KACE

Garba Tulla High school

1985

K.C.E

Nthagaiya Girls Sec. School

1981

C.P.E

Sacred Heart Kyeni Girls

 

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Dates/Year

Title of Certificate

Institution Awarding

January 2014

Research Proposal Writing and Data Management

Egerton University

March 2013

E-Learning Capacity Building Course

Egerton University

February 2013

TESSA  Secondary Science Materials

TESSA

July 2012

Research Methodology Training Workshop For PhD candidates

OSSREA

October 2011

Research Methodology Training Workshop For PhD candidates

OSSREA

May 2011

Career counseling Workshop for secondary school teachers

Egerton university

December 2007

Educational management for heads of department of secondary schools

Kenya Education Staff Institute

 

FIELD OD SPECIALIZATION

Science Education

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

15th December 2016 to date

Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management.

2012 to 14th December 2016

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Education Management

October 2016 to date

B.Ed. (Science) Programme Coordinator

September 2016 to date

B.Ed. ( Science) Programme Self-Assessment 2016/2017 academic year

October 2015

Aligning CIEM programmes according to CUE guidelines

September 2015

Performance contract vetting

2013 to date

Academic advisor B.Ed. ( science) 2013 class

2011-2012

Part- time lecturer, Department of Curriculum Instruction and Educational management

2003-2012

Langa Langa Secondary School, teaching Biology

2006-2012

Langa Langa Secondary School, Head of Careers Department, Science club Patron, Junior Achievers Club Patron

2005

Judging of exhibitions at Secondary school science congress

1993-2000

Upper Hill secondary School- Teaching Biology

· Acting H.O.D (Science)

1991-1993

Kaplong Girls secondary School- teaching Biology and Chemistry

 

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

Date

 

October 2015

International conference on literacy empowerment for all beyond 2015

Sep. 2015

Performance contract vetting briefing at Egerton University

July 2015

Microteaching seminar at Egerton University

September 2014

Ist National conference on “ provision of quality education for sustainable development at Egerton University ( Rapporteur)

September 2014

Examination Irregularities, Security and fraud Workshop at ET2, Egerton University

March 2014

Micro teaching seminar at Egerton University.

January 2014

Research proposal writing and data management training Workshop at CMRT, Egerton University.

October 2013

ISO 14001:2004 training workshop at Egerton university.

October 2013

Kenya National Academy of Science workshop at Egerton University.

July 2013

Training for Evaluators at CMRT, Egerton University.

March 2013

E-Learning Capacity Building Course on Developing and Publishing of Digital Teaching and Learning Materials at CMRT, Egerton University.

April 2012

TESSA workshop on contextualizing of TESSA materials at Egerton University.

October 2009

Biology workshop by Skidnet Africa

June 2007

Career Teachers workshop by Edu- Worldwide

2004-2011

In-service training for Science and Mathematics

Teachers’ (SMASSE project)

 

PUPLICATIONS.

  1. Grace C. W. Ndeke, Mark I.O. Okere and Fred N. Keraro (2016). Secondary School Biology Teachers’ Perceptions of Scientific Creativity. Journal of Education and Learning, vol. 5(1).

 

  1. Grace C. W. Ndeke, Mark I.O. Okere and Fred Keraro (2015). Influence of secondary school biology teachers’ perceptions of scientific creativity on their classroom practices in Kericho and Kajiado counties, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Interdisciplinary Research, vol. 4(9), pp 101-115.

 

  1. Kamonjo F. W. & Ndeke G. W. (2014). A correlation study of secondary students’ academic achievement in chemistry and their chemistry self-concept. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, vol. 5(10), pp1737-1739.

 

Okere, M.I.O. & Ndeke, G.C.W. (2012). Influence of Gender and Knowledge on Secondary School Students’ Scientific Creativity Skills in Nakuru District, Kenya. European Journal Of Educational Research 1(4):353-366.

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL/ SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

1.

Member of OSSREA

2.

Member of OWSD

REFEREES

  1. Prof. Mark. Okere

Egerton University

Dept. of curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management,

P.O Box 536-  20115

EGERTON

 

  1. Prof. Fred Keraro,

Egerton University,

Dept. of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational management,

P.O. Box 536-20115,

EGERTON

 

  1. Pro. Antony Sang

Egerton University,

Dept. of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational management,

P.O. Box 536-20115,

EGERTON