Mutende Rose Atieno

Name: Mutende Rose Atieno

Contact details:

E-mail: rmutende@kibu.ac.ke

Website: kibu.ac.ke

Academic Qualification

Institution [ Date from – to ]
Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational Development, 2009-2011
M.Ed (Teacher Education)
Moi University 2003-2006
B.Ed (Science Education)

Field of Specialization

  • Teacher Education (Science subjects)

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE)
  • Kenya Chapter Educational Management Society of Kenya (EMSK)

Work Experience

Date from to
Institution, Location (City, Country)
Person Responsible To
Position
Responsibilities/Duties
1991-2012
Teachers Service Commission (TSC)
PRINCIPAL
Subject Teacher
  • Teaching
2013-Date
Kibabii University
CoD, SME & DVC, ASA
Lecturer, ACU Coordinator
  • Teaching and Assessment, Planning and coordination of ACU activities

Professional Research Interest

  • Teacher Education
  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Research Experience and Funds Attracted

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Position in Project
Responsibilities/Duties
Research/Project Title
Amount (?, €, $, KES)
 

Consultancy

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Selected Publications 2015-2018: Books and Book Chapters

  • An Exploration into the Preparation of Science and Mathematics Teachers for ICT Integration into Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: ISBN 978-3-8484-9279-4

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Scientific Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Journal: Mutende R.A (2015). Re-orientation of Science and Mathematics Teachers’ Instructional Strategies for Information Communication Technology Integration. Journal of Social Science Research. Vol. 7 (3).
  2. Journal: Makokha and Mutende (2015). Factors that Constrain School Leadership From Addressing Challenges Faced by HI Girls. Global Journal of Research in Social Sciences. Vol. 2 (1).
  3. Journal: Mutende R.A (2017). Influence of Supervision Practices on the Teaching Practice Performance of Bachelor of Education Science Students: A Case of a Public University in Western Kenya. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education Vol. 4 (8.)

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