Prof. Jonah Nyaga Kindiki

prof jonah nyaga

Position: Professor
Department: Education Management, Policy & Curriculum Studies
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi – Kenya

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Conferences Presentations

  1. Kindiki, J.N. Lecturer Turnover in Public Universities: A Setback to Social-Economic Development in Sub Sahara Africa Connecticut, USA, October 17th to 19th 2012
  2. Kindiki, J.N. Integration of sustainable Information Communication Technology for effective teaching in public secondary schools in Kenya. Savonlinna, Finland
  3. Kindiki, J.N. The Role of Schooling in Reproducing Socio-economic Inequality in Kenya Eldoret, Kenya 6th to 10th September 2011
  4. Kindiki, J.N. Educational Reforms in Africa for National Cohesion Istanbul, Turkey June 14th -18th 2010
  5. Kindiki, J.N. Leadership and Training Programme for School Principals in Kenya: Towards Achieving Sustainable Development in Africa Paris - France May 17th -19th 2010


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News and Events


 Conference Dates: 3rd-4th October 2019 

THEME: Re-Conceptualizing Teaching and Learning for Sustainable Development

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 Kenyatta University & UNESCO Successfully Holds Peace Education Training

Kenyatta University in collaboration with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (UNESCO-IICBA), Kenya National Commission for UNESCO (KNATCOM) and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology successfully implemented a ‘Teacher Training and Development for Peace Building in the Horn of Africa and the Surrounding Countries’ project. This project is being implemented in six African countries, namely......Click Here to Read More

 KUSA Inter-Departmental Brain Challenge Event

KU Education students held an ‘Inter-Departmental Brain Challenge’ on 19th June, 2018 event. The event organized by KUSA officials was held at the Amphitheatre, and attracted a large number of participants. The students competed on various themes developed by the School such as leadership in education, sustainable development, citizenship, global security trends and new education curriculum, among others. The event was graced by the Dean, chairpersons and academic staff members, School of Education. Winners were awarded.

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