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DR ANNE CHEPCHIRCHIR BARMAO

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LECTURER
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Job Category
Teaching
Division / Faculty
Faculty of Education and Community Development Studies
Directorate / Dept
DEPT. OF CURR.INSTRUCTION & EDU MGT
CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION
Address
536-20115 EGERTON
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2016: PhD in Curriculum and Instruction - Egerton University

2006: Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Egerton University

1998: Bachelor of Education - Egerton University

1991: Njoro Girls High School Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) - Kenya National Examinations Council

1987: Uhuru Primary School Nakuru Municipality - Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). Kenya National Examinations Council

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Mathematics instructional methods
  • Curriculum general and in mathematics
  • General methods of teaching
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
  • 8th November 2022 to Ongoing:Training Trainers for Teacher Education and Management in Kenya (TOTEMK ) on Enhancing the Participants Knowledge and Skills in Using Modern Technology in Teaching and Learning to support the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC). Offered by The Finish Government in Collaboration with Helsinki University and Laurea Universities Finland and three Kenyan Universities ( University of Nairobi, Strathmore and Pwani univeristy),  Under TOTEMK Project.  
  • 5th  To 19th September 2020: PedaL Online Grading - Partnership for Social Governance Research (PASGR)
  • 24th  July To 17th August 2020: PedaL Online: Technology for Transformative Pedagogy - Partnership for Social Governance Research (PASGR)
  • 13th July To 21st August 2020: Tertiary Educator Course “ Take Your Teaching Online” - The Open University U.K
  • 16th To 19th September 2019: Engendering Social Science Research Course - PASGR
  • April 2019: Advanced Training for Multi-Method and Policy Oriented Research - PASGR
  • August 2018-June 2019: Pedagogical Leadership in Africa(PEDAL) - PASGR
  • January 2014: Research Proposal Writing and Data Management - Egerton University
  • 2013 May: Service Delivery Training - Directorate of Planning and Development Egerton University,Njoro.
  • March 2013: E-Learning Capacity Building Course - Egerton University
  • July 2012: Research Methodology Training Workshop For PhD candidates - OSSREA
  • 2012 June-July: Research Methodology Training for PhD Candidates RESSESA programme - OSSREA
  • October 2011: Research Methodology Training Workshop For PhD candidates - OSSREA
  • 2011 May: E-Learning Capacity Building Course on Developing and Publishing of Digital Teaching and Learning Materials - Egerton University
  • 2011 March: Pedagogy and Academic Advising workshop - Egerton University
  • 2010 February: Proposal writing workshop - Egerton University.
  • 2004 August to 2008 August: SMASSE training - Ministry of Education
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • June 28th 2017 to date: Departmental Coordinator Performance Contract
  • November to December 2016: Provided consultancy services to the Ministry of Education (Kenya) to school head teachers and Boards of Management (BOM) of underperforming primary schools to develop school Improvement Plans (SIPs). In charge Nandi County. Responsibilities included training of school facilitators who were tasked with training the BOM members and overseeing the development of SIPs at the school level.
  • October 2015: Coordinated undergraduate curriculum reviews in Aligning CIEM programmes according to CUE guidelines
  • 25th June to 3rd July 2015, 3rd to 12th August 2015, 2nd to 7th May, 2016: Acting Chair of Department, Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management
  • November 2014 to date: Member Teaching Practice Management Committee.
  • November 2013 to date: Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management.
  • April 2011 to May 2014: Co-ordinator, Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Management School-based Programmes at Moi Teachers Training College Baringo.
  • September 2011 to date: B.Ed. (Science) Programme Coordinator
  • April 2010 to Date: Programme Coordinator Diploma in Education Primary Option
  • September 2009  to November 2013: Assistant Lecturer, Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Education Management
  • September 2011 to 2015, September 2017 to date: B.Ed. (Science) Programme Coordinator
  • 2007-2009: Part-time lecturer, Department of Curriculum Instruction and Educational management
  • 2008 -2009: Teachers Service Commission (TSC), Head of Department Technical and Applied Subjects Njoro Girls High School
  • 1998-2009: Teachers Service Commission (TSC), Teacher Njoro Girls High School
  • 1997 – 1998: Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Teacher Larmudiac Secondary School.
KEY PROJECTS

Completed

  • November to December 2016 Ministry of Education State Department of Basic Education Primary Education Development Project (PRIEDE) Provided consultancy services to the Ministry of Education (Kenya) to school headteachers and Boards of Management (BOM) of underperforming primary schools to develop School Improvement Plans (SIPs). In charge of Nandi County. Responsibilities included training of school facilitators who were tasked with training the BOM members and overseeing the development of SIPs at the school level.

Ongoing Research Activity

  • Influence of STEM teachers/ Lecturers Non-verbal communication on their Learners uptake of STEM-related courses in institutions of higher learning
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  1. Gender and mathematics/science education
  2. Gender and mathematics instruction
  3. Non-verbal communication in STEM teaching/learning.
  4. Mathematics Teachers' classroom practices 
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
  1. Ndeke, Grace C. W., and Barmao, Anne C. (2021), Learners’ Perceptions of the Influence of Teachers’ Nonverbal Communication on Their Aspirations to Pursue STEM Courses. In: Education Quarterly Reviews, Vol.4, No.1, 27-38. ISSN 2621-5799 DOI: 10.31014/aior.1993.04.01.171
  2. Barmao A.C., Githua, B. N & Changeiywo, J.M. (2015). A Comparison of Mathematics Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Coeducational Secondary Schools ‘Mixed and Gender Streamed Classes in Nakuru,Uasin Gishu, Kericho and Baringo Counties of Kenya. Education Journal 4(5) 238-244).
  3.  Barmao, A. C., Changeiywo, J.M. & Githua, B. N (2015). Influence of Gender Streamed (Boys’ and Girls’ Only) Classes on Coeducational Secondary Schools’ Mathematics Teacher Perceptions in Nakuru,Uasin Gishu,Kericho and Baringo Counties of Kenya. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(23), 21-29.
  4.  Okao E., Bosire J., Sang A., & Barmao A.C. (2013). Teachers’ Perceptions Towards the Teaching of Economics in Secondary Schools: Implications on the Business Studies Curriculum in Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2(9) 166-173.
  5. Chepkwony S.J.,  Chelule E., & Barmao A.C. (2013).An Investigation into Prevalence and Factors Contributing to Relapse Among Alcoholics in Selected Rehabilitation Centers in Nairobi County, Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2(8) 340-374.
  6. Soi D., Barmao, A.C., & Ng’eno J. K. (2013). Influence of School Type on Girls’ Attitudes Towards Mathematics in Ainamoi Division, Kericho District, Kenya. Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, 2(3), 174-186.
  7. Wambugu P., Barmao A.C & Ngeno J.K (2013). Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching Practice Assessment in Egerton University, Kenya. Education Journal .Vol. 2,(4),169-175.doi:10.11648/j.edu.20130204.20
  8. Bowen D.K., Waiganjo, M., & Barmao A.C (2013). Job Related Factors: It’s Influence on Job Satisfaction of Middle Level Managers in Public Secondary Schools in Rongai District, Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2(7)282-289.
  9. Bosire J., Mondoh H.O., & Barmao A.C., (2008): Effects of Streaming by gender on students’ achievement in mathematics in secondary schools in Kenya. South African Journal of Education 28:595-607.
  10. Barmao, A.C., & Mondoh, H.O. (2007): Effects of Streaming by gender on students’ performance in secondary school mathematics in Nakuru District, Kenya. In Contemporary Development Issues In Kenya  .Journal Of Organization Of Social Science Research In East And Southern Africa (OSSREA)Kenya chapter .1:153-175.
CONFERENCES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
  1. Ndeke, G.C.W. & Barmao, A. C. ( September 2021). Career Talk to Form Four Students of Langa Langa Secondary School, Nakuru, Kenya.

  2. Ndeke, G.C.W. & Barmao, A. C. ( September 2019). Career Talk to Form Four Students of Langa Langa Secondary School, Nakuru, Kenya.
  3. Barmao, A. C. & Ndeke, G. C.W. (September, 2018). Students’ Perceptions of the Influence of Instructors’ Non Verbal Communication on their Uptake of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Related Courses. Paper presented at the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) REGIONAL CONFERENCE –AFRICA 2018, ICIPE, Nairobi, Kenya.
  4. Barmao, A. C. ( September 2018). Influence of Co-Educational Secondary School Gender Streamed Classes on Mathematics Teachers Classroom Practices in Four Counties of Kenya. Paper presented at the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) REGIONAL CONFERENCE –AFRICA 2018, ICIPE, Nairobi, Kenya.
  5. Kipkemoi D.B., Maina W. M., Chepkilot R., Kipkebut D. and Chepchirchir A.B. (2012, October). Influence of Job Related Factors on Job Satisfaction Among Middle Level Managers in Public Secondary Schools in Rongai District, Kenya.  Paper presented at theth International Conference on Industry and Higher Education ,The Management University of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya.
  6. Okao, E. Bosire,J. Sang A. & Barmao  A. (2012, June). Teachers’ Perceptions Towards the Teaching of Economics in Secondary Schools in Nakuru County, Kenya. Implications on the Business Studies Curriculum.Paper presented at the 1 st International Conference on Mediating Crisis,Diversity and Change in Africa, Laikipia University College, Nyahururu, Kenya.

TEACHING AREAS

Undergraduate

  1. Mathematics teaching methods
  2. Curriculum Development
  3. Educational Seminars
  4. Microteaching
  5. Teaching Practice Supervision
  6. Learning Resource project supervision and assessment

Post  Graduate

  1. Mathematics curriculum and Instruction
  2. Research work Supervision
OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD)
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