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Dr. Mary Washika Were Nasibi


Title/Qualifications
: Dr. (Ph.D) Mrs
Department/Unit/Section
: Educational Communication & Technology
Contact Address
:P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi
Position: Lecturer
Research Interests: Teacher education, HIV and AIDS Education, Pedagogy, Curriculum, Violence against children, girls and women, and ICT
Area of Specialization
: History education / Social Studies education
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Publications

  • Nasibi W .Mary (2015). Representation and misrepresentation of women in History taught at secondary school level in Kenya. In International; Journal of innovation and scientific research ,ISSN 2351-8014 Vol.14 , No.2.

     

  • Nasibi W. Mary (2015). A critical appraisal of History taught in Kenya secondary schools. In international journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education, ISSN : 2226-6348, Vol. 4, No. 1.

     

  • Nasibi W. Mary (2015) .Education for social transformation: The role History in secondary school curriculum in Kenya. In International Journal of Innovative research and development, ISSN 2278-0211, Vol. 4, Issue 1.

     

  • Joseph Okumu Otsuyulah and Mary Nasibi (2015). Effect of rightsizing on productivity of Mumias Sugar Company in Kenya. In International Journal of Business and management, ISSN 2321-8916 , Vol 3, Issue 3.

  • Samson Ondigi,Henry Ayot, Mueni Kiio, Mary Nasibi ( 2011). Vocationalization of education in Kenya: The classroom practice and the learners’ responsibilities for change in the 21st century. In International Journal of learning and development, ISSN 2164-4063, Vol.1, No. 1.

  • Nasibi M.W (2006). Historical facts erroneously presented by textbook historiographers: The case of Kenya Institute of education secondary school textbooks. In African Journal of Education Studies , ISSN 1815-0470 ,Vol. 1, No. 2

Conference Presentaion

  • Marguerite Khakasa ‘OConner and Mary Were Nasibi ( 2015) : Mathematics in Historic Environment. A paper presented at Bridging Ages International Conference held on 2nd to 5th June 2015 in Dundalk, Ireland.

  • Nasibi M.W, Kiio M. and Malonzo M. ( 2014) : Education and community building: Mathematics in the historic environment. A paper presented at Bridging Ages International Conference held on 25-29 August 2014 in Ngurunit , Marsabit County, Kenya.

  • Nasibi M and Lemoosa P ( 2014) : Education, heritage and conflict resolution: The case of the Rendille and Samburu of Marsabit county, Kenya . A paper presented at Bridging Ages International Conference held on 25-29 August 2014 in Ngurunit , Marsabit County, Kenya.

  • Nasibi M., H.Ayot, M. Kiio and S. Ondigi. Education for national cohesion and integration: The role of History and Government in Kwenya secondary schools. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University, KUCC.

  • Ondigi S,H. Ayot, M. Kiio and M. Nasibi ( 2013). Walking the talk and building bridges in the classroom through ICT : The way forward for pre-service training in Kenyatta University. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University, KUCC.

  • Ayot H. , M. Kiio , S. Ondigi and M. Nasibi ( 2013). Learning theories and classroom practice. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University ,KUCC.

  • Ayot H. , M. Kiio , S. Ondigi and M. Nasibi ( 2013). Learning theories and classroom practice. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University ,KUCC.

  • Ondigi S,H. Ayot, M. Kiio and M. Nasibi ( 2013). Perspective on the organization and administration of teaching practice : A new paradigm for teacher education. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University ,KUCC.

  • Mueni Kiio ,H. Ayot, S. Ondigi and M. Nasibi ( 2013). Teaching of Social Studies in a historic environment for national development in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University ,KUCC.

  • Peter Kiunga I THILI and Mary Nasibi ( 2013 ).Utilisation of information technology on teaching and learning of P hysics in secondary schools in Tigania West District, Meru county, Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference held on 10th-12th July 2013 at Kenyatta University ,KUCC.

  • Nasibi M.W (2011) .University education for sustainable development: Teaching and learning of HIV/AIDS in Kenya public universities; the case of Kenyatta University. A paper presented at an international conference held on 20th – 22nd July 2011 at Kenyatta University, KUCC.

  • Nasibi M.W, Ayot.H, M.Kiio, S.Ondigi, (2011). Education for social transformation: The role of humanities in transmitting moral values for the realization of the Kenya vision 2030. A paper presented at an international conference held on 20th – 22nd July 2011, at Kenyatta University.

  • Nasibi M.W (2011) : A critical study of History and Government curriculum in Kenya Secondary school. A paper presented at an international conference on 20th – 22nd July 2011 at KUCC, Kenyatta University

  • Ayot,H.O, S.Ondigi, M.Kiio, M. Nasibi (2011): Effective teaching practice as the professional familiarity with varying abilities and classroom control. A paper presented at an international conference on 20th – 22nd July 2011, at KUCC, Kenyatta University.

  • Kiio M, H. Ayot, S. Ondigi, M. Nasibi (2011). Transforming the teaching of Social Studies through reflective practice. A paper presented at an international conference on 20th – 22nd July 2011 at KUCC, Kenyatta University.

  • Akoth Dorothy, H.O. Ayot, M. Kiio, M. Nasibi (2011). “A cradle of education and social paradigm of enlightenment: The case of Asumbi Girls’ High School. A paper presented at an international conference on 20th – 22nd July 2011 at KUCC Kenyatta University.

  • Ondigi, Samson, H.Ayot, M. Mueni and M. Nasibi (2011) Vocationalization of education in Kenya: The classroom practice and the learners’ responsibilities for change in the 21st century. A paper presented on 20th – 22nd July at an international conference at KUCC, Kenyatta University Nairobi.

  • Ayot, H. , M. Kiio, M. Nasibi, S. Ondigi (2009). Kenyan educational goals for social transformation and development in the 21st century. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.

  • Akoth Dorothy, H. Ayot, M. Kiio and M. Nasibi (2009) “The contribution of Franciscan sisters of St. Joseph Asumbi Girls to educating in Kenya. A paper presented at an international Conference on 8-th 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.

  • Ndethiu S.M, Mary Nasibi, Mueni Kiio (2009). The collaborative approach in university teaching and learning: Pedagogical opportunities and challenges. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC ,Kenyatta university , Nairobi

  • Amoke, Elizabeth and Mary Nasibi (2009) Factors affecting performance in food and beverage craft certificate examinations in technical training institutions in Nyanza province, Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Nasibi, M.W., H. Ayot , M. Kiio and S. Ondigi. Education for social transformation: The role History in secondary school curriculum in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Kiio, M., H. Ayot, Nasibi, M.W. and S. Ondigi. Accessibility to education: Pedagogical strategies for teaching learners with special educational needs in secondary schools in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Nasibi, M.W. A critical appraisal of HIV & AIDS curriculum in secondary schools in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Ondigi, S., H. Ayot, M. Kiio and M. Nasibi. Training and packing of manpower by Kenyan Universities. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Nasibi, M.W. Factors contributing to violence in Secondary School: The role of Guidance & Counseling in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, and Nairobi.

  • Nasibi, M.W. Representation and misrepresentation of women in Teaching of History in Secondary Schools in Kenya. A paper presented at an international conference on 8th – 10th July 2009 at KUCC, Kenyatta University, Nairobi.

  • Nasibi Were Mary (1999): A presentation on Ph. D research findings at Kenyatta University, board of postgraduate studies, post graduate seminar.

Research

  • A survey of Library Services offered by the Kenya National Library Services ,Kakamega branch to primary pupils and teachers within Kakamega municipality .
  • A critical study of History and Government syllabus and textbooks in Kenya Secondary Schools
  • School based violence in Kenya: The role of Guidance and Counseling at Secondary Schools level
  • A critical appraisal of HIV/AIDS Curriculum in Schools in Kenya
  • The History Curriculum: A critical Appraisal of History taught in Kenya Secondary Schools
  • An evaluation of HIV & Aids curriculum in Primary Schools in Kenya
  • Factors Contributing to indiscipline among Secondary children: The role of parental guidance.

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