Dr Patriciah Wanjiku Wambugu

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Dr Patriciah Wanjiku Wambugu, Ph.D.

Curriculum & Instruction (Physics Instructional Methods)
Lecturer
Department of Curriculum Instruction & Educational Management
Faculty of Education and Community studies
P.O. Box 536-20115
Egerton, Kenya.
Mobile Phone  +254722433741
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EDUCATION

Year

Degree

Institution

2011

PhD Curriculum & Instruction (Physics Education)

Egerton University

2003

Med Curriculum & Instruction

Egerton University

1984

Bed Science ( Physics/Maths)

University of Nairobi

1979

East African Advanced Certificate of Education

Kaaga Girls High School

1977

East African Certificate of Education

Tumutumu Girls High School

1973

Certificate of Primary Education

Kamburaini Primary School

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Dates/Year

Title of Certificate

Institution Awarding

2008

Conflict Resolution, Reconciliation and Peace for Christian Workers

Daystar University

2005

Leadership Studies

Leadership Training Institute

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Curriculum and Instruction in the area of Physics Instructional Methods

WORK EXPERIENCE

2011- Present

Lecturer of Physics Methods and Curriculum development, CIEM Department

2009-2011

Assistant Lecturer- Physics Methods and Curriculum development, CIEM Department

2006-2009

Med Teacher, Teachers Service Commission of Kenya

1984-2006

Graduate Teacher, Teachers Service Commission of Kenya

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS (2006-Present)

Project period

Research Topic

2011-

Teacher Education for Sub-Sahara Africa (TESSA) writing Open Education Materials for Secondary Science Education, implementation and evaluation.

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (2003-Present)

Akuka R. O., Wambugu P. W. and Anditi Z. O.( 2013). Schools Effects of Computer-Based Cooperative Learning Method on Students’ Achievement in English Grammar in Secondary in Njoro District, Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Research (Issn Online: 2277-3630).

Nyambura R. & Wambugu P. W. (2013). Relationship between Pupils’ Experience in Science Activities and Science Achievement. AJSSH 2(3) 95-102.

Wambugu P. W., Changeiywo J. M. & Ndiritu F. G.(2013). Effects Of Experiential Cooperative Concept Mapping Instructional Approach On Secondary School students’ achievement In Physics In Nyeri County, Kenya. AJSSH 2(3) 279-296.

Wambugu P. W.,Barmao A., & Ng’eno J. (2013). Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching Practice Assessment in Egerton University, Kenya. Education Journal 2(4): 169-175

Wambugu P. W., Changeiywo J. M. & Ndiritu F. G.(2013). Investigations of Experiential Cooperative Concept Mapping Instructional Approach on Secondary School Girls’ Achievement in Physics in Nyeri County, Kenya. Journal of Education and Practice.4 (6)120-130

Johnson Changeiywo, P. Wambugu & S. Wachanga (2011). Investigations of students’ Motivation Towards Learning Secondary School Physics Through Mastery Learning Approach. International Journal of science and Mathematics Education 1(1) 1-18

Wambugu P.W. & Changeiywo J.M. (2008). Effects of Mastery Learning approach on Secondary Students' Physics Achievement. Eurassia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education 4(3), 293 - 302

Changeiywo, J. M, Wachanga & Wambugu, P. W. (2006). Effects of Mastery learning

approach on Secondary School students’ self- concept in Physics in Kieni East Division of Nyeri District, Kenya, GYAN  – The Journal of Education – INDIA

3 (i)., 37- 45

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL / SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

Member

Editorial Board of Wilohud Journals