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Dr. Zephania Orato Anditi, Ph.D

Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational


Faculty of Education and Community Studies

P. O. Box 536 20115


Mobile: +254 724 713 836 or 736 197 584

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Year Institution

2007 Ph.D Science Education Egerton University, Kenya

1984 MSc Chemical Education University of East Anglia, UK

1979 BSc Chemistry University of Nairobi, Kenya

1976 S1 (Science) Teacher Kenya Science Teachers College

Education Certificate

1972 East African Certificate of Education Mbita Secondary School, Nyanza

1968 Certificate of Primary Education Kaswanga Primary School, Nyanza


Dates/Year Title of Certificate Institution Awarding

Feb 2013 Use of Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA)

Feb 2010 Pedagogy for University Lecturers (Egerton University)

Sep. 2008 Pedagogy for Egerton University Lecturers

Sep. 2008 University Academic Advising Certificate

March 2002 Alternative Approaches to Teaching Practice Supervision

and Management

April 2000 Education as a Bridge to Sustainable Development


Science Education – Methods of Teaching Chemistry in Secondary Schools.


March 1991 – present Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational management

Nov. 2008 – present Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management Teaching Practice (TP) Co-ordinator

Feb 1996 – Sept 2002 Member of Faculty of Education and Human Resources (FEDHURE) Seminars and Publications Committee

July 1993 – May 1996 Department of Curriculum and Instruction TP Learning Resource Project LRP) Co-ordinator

May 1992 – Oct. 1994 Deputy Examination Co-ordinator Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Nov 1990 – Feb 1991 Administrative officer (Academic) Moi University

Sept. 1988 – Oct. 1990 Academic Dean Moi Teachers College, Eldoret (Under Teachers Service Commission of Kenya)

Aug. 1988 – Oct 1990 Principal Lecturer Chemistry Department, Moi Teachers College, Eldoret (Under TSC)

Nov. 1987 – Aug. 1988 Head of Chemistry Department, Moi Teachers College Eldoret (Under TSC)

Aug. 1986 – Oct. 1987 Acting head of Chemistry Department Moi Teachers College Eldoret

May 1986 – July 1988 Senior Lecturer, Chemistry Department Moi Teachers College (Under TSC)

Nov. 1985 – April 1986 Deputy Head of Chemistry Department, Kenya Science Teachers College (KSTC) Nairobi

July 1985 – April 1986 Chemistry Department Teaching Practice Co-ordinator KSTC

July 1985 – April 1986 Member of KSTC Teaching Practice Plicy Committee

May 1985 – April 1986 Zone Co-ordinator of KSTC Teaching Practice Supervision and Assessment

Dec 1981 – April 1986 Lecturer Chemistry Department KSTC (Under TSC)

Sept. 1980 – Nov. 1981 Graduate Teacher Chemistry Department, KKSTC (Under TSC)

July 1979 – Aug. 1980 Graduate Teacher, Sameta High School Nyanza (Under TSC)

May 1978 – Sept 1976 S1 (Science) Teacher Maranda High School Nyanza (Under TSC)


1. Okere, M.I.O., Keraro, F.N. & Anditi Z.O. (2013) Pupils’ Cultural Interpretations of causes of Rainbow in Kenya. Journal of Education and Social Research, 3(1), 169 - 177

2. Keraro, F.N., Okere, M.I.O., & Anditi, Z.O. (2013). Cultural Influence on Pupils’ understanding of Conception, Birth of Twins and Sex Determination in Kenya. International Education Studies, 6(5), 11 – 21

3. Keraro, F.N., Okere, M.I.O., & Anditi, Z.O. (2013). Cultural Interpretations of Causes of Lightning by Pupils from communities in Kenya. Global Research Journal on Mathematics and Science Education, 1(2), 99 - 117

4. Akuka R.O., Wambugu, P. W. & Anditi. Z. (2013). Effects of Computer-based Co-operative Learning Method on Students Achievement in English Grammar in Secondary Schools in Njoro District, Nakuru County Kenya. International Journal of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Research, 2(8) 17 - 28

5. Okere, M.I.O., Keraro, F.N. & Anditi, Z.O. (2012). Pupils’ Beliefs in Cultural Interpretations of heat associated with anger: A Comparative study of Ten Ethnic Communities in Kenya. European Journal of Educational Research 1(2), 143 - 154