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Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

Dr. Suleiman Mwangi,
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

Academic Qualifications

  1. PhD in Education Communication & Technology (Kenyatta University),
  2. Master of Education (Kenyatta University),
  3. Bachelor of Education (Arts)(Kenyatta University),
  4. Diploma in Human Resource Management (Kenya Institute of Management)

Publications

  1. Have written 9 Chapters on "History of Education" in an Education Foundations Book to be published this year (2014) by „Oxford University Press‟
  2. Published a Book titled “ Context-Based Learning Primary Teacher Education Model for Kenya: Towards Pedagogical Renewal in Africa” with Lambert Academic Publishing Co. (January 2012)
  3. Published an Article in the KeMU International Journal of Professional Practice titled: Context-Based Primary Teacher Training Model: The Way Forward for Kenya (September 2011)
  4. Presented a Paper titled: “Context-Based Primary Teacher Training Model. The Way Forward for Kenya” in an International Education Conference at Kenyatta University (July 2011)
  5. Facilitated a Training Workshop on “Instructional Design in Higher Education” for ALL Zetech College Lecturers on 8th and 9th September 2011

Articles in refereed Journals

  1. Assistant Editor and Editorial Committee member St. Paul’s University African Journal of Research (journals.spu.ac.ke)
  2. “Perceptions of Pre-Service Teachers on Focus Discussion Groups as a Model of Context-Based Learning Primary Teacher Education.” In the St. Paul’s University African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research. Vol. 1, No. 1 2016.
  3. “Context-Based Learning Primary Teacher Education Model for Kenya: Towards Pedagogical Renewal in Africa” with Lambert Academic Publishing Company. -2012
  4. “Context-Based Primary Teacher Training Model: The Way Forward for Kenya.” KeMU International Journal of Professional Practice. Vol. 2 Issue 4 2011
  5. Contracted by ‘Oxford University Press’ to write 9 Chapters on ‘History of Education’ in an Education Foundations Book. To be published soon
  6. “Context Based Primary Teacher Training Model. The Way Forward for Kenya” paper presented in an International Education Conference at Kenyatta University (July 2011).
  7. Facilitated a Training Workshop on “Instructional Design in Higher Education” for ALL Zetech College Lecturer

Ongoing Research Work and papers

          1. Towards Context-based teacher education Model in Kenya. A Case of Meru and Egoji Teacher Training Colleges.
          2. Students’ and Lecturers’ Perceptions and Experiences in The Use of Blended Learning in Teacher Education: A Case of St. Paul’s University In Kenya.

Peer Reviewed articles

          1. “The Effect of Successor Commitment on Corporate Growth Strategy In Local Family Businesses in the Manufacturing Sector in Nairobi County, Kenya” by Mary Mugo, Lily Njanja, David Minja (Kenya) In the St. Paul’s University African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research. Vol. 1, No. 1 2016.
          2. An Analysis of the Social and Economic Effects of Land Tenure Practices among the Maasai Community in Ngong Division, Kajiado County, Kenya by Kinyenze Jonathan Mumo and Irungu Charity (Kenya). In the St. Paul’s University African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research. Vol. 1, No. 1 2016.

PhD and MEd Thesis

          1. Towards Context-Based Learning as a Model for Pre-service Teacher Education in Kenya: A Case of Meru and Egoji Teachers’ Colleges, Kenyatta University
          2. Availability and Utilization of Instructional Resources in Music Teaching in Primary Teachers’ Training Colleges in Kenya. Kenyatta University

Distance Learning Modules Written

          1. Introduction to Research Methods – Kenya Methodist University
          2. Education Technology- Kenya Methodist University
          3. General Teaching Methods- Kenya Methodist University
          4. Sociology of Education- Kenya Methodist University
          5. History of Education- Kenya Methodist University

Our Vision

A University of academic excellence based on Christian principles producing graduates in various fields for global service.

Our Mission

To develop servant leaders by imparting knowledge, skills and values through creative methods of education, research and Christian spiritual formation.

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