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Dr Charity Mukiri Limboro

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Title/Qualifications: PhD.
Department: Education Management Policy and Curriculum Studies
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100, Nairobi
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Position:Lecturer
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Publications

  • Limboro C. M (2018). 'Influence of Teacher Pedagogical Practices on Gender in Nairobi Informal Settlements and Kilifi County Schools, Kenya. Journal of Education and Practice Vol.9, No.7, pp.36-46.
  • Bunyi, G.,Joyce Wangia, J., Magoma, C. & Limboro, C. (2013). Teacher Preparation & Continuing Professional Development in Kenya, ISBN:978-9966-7495-8-1
  • Limboro, C,. Wesonga, D. Wamahiu, S. Muyaka, J.,Khamis, A., Magoma, C. Njoroge, P. & Watola, C (2018). WERK - Girl Education Challenge – GEC Wasichana Wote Wasome (Let All Girls Learn) Project Baseline Study: Utafiti foundation: www.utafiti.com

Manuscripts accepted for publication

  • Limboro, C.M (2018). ‘Learning Environments and Pupils Participation in Primary Education in Nairobi Urban Slums: Implications for Sustainable Development’ Msingi Journal. Kenyatta University

Conference Presentations

  • 6-10 August 2018: Presented a paper entitled: Role of Learning Materials in Revalorizing Teaching: African Perspective. African Confederation of Principals Conference (ACP), Pride Inn Paradise Beach Resort, Mombasa Kenya.

  • 14-17 Sept. 2015: Presented a paper entitled: Gender and Teacher Pedagogical Practices in Schools in Nairobi Informal settlements and Kilifi County, Kenya, UKFIET International Conference on Education, University of Oxford, London UK.

  • 18-20 May, 2015. Presented a paper entitled: Quality Learning Environments and Girls Education in Informal settlements and Arid and Semi- Arid lands at the International Conference on Education at Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya.

  • 20-21 Feb. 2012.Presented a paper with Grace Bunyi, Charles Magoma and Joyce Wangia entitled: Teacher preparation: Adequate for positive learning outcomes? at the International Conference on education hosted by Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya.

  • Presented a paper with Grace Bunyi and Jotham Olembo entitled: Skills Training and Labour Market Requirement: A Case of Kenya Institutes of Technology, at the International Conference on education hosted by Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya.

  • 22-23 July 2011.Presented a paper with Joyce Wangia, Grace Bunyi, Sam Muthwii and Charles Magoma entitled: Teacher Preparation and Continuing Professional Development in Africa: How do teachers learn how to teach Reading and Mathematics and how does their training influence their practice?, at the International Conference on education hosted by Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya.

 

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