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Dr. Karen A Oyiengo

Title/Qualifications: Dr.
Department/Unit/Section: Department of Educational Communication & Technology
Contact Address: Postal Box 57045 Code 00200 Nairobi
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Research Interests: Sounds in the English Language that cause problems to the Kenyan Speakers: The effect of this on classroom discourse, Paradoxes, Determinants of teacher popularity from the point of view of students.

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Consultancy and Community Service
Training NGO and Ingo personnel on conducting a survey
Trained social workers on children rights.
Resilience and coping among war-effected children and implications for caring hiv/aids – affected children and infected children.
use of the English Primary Texts
Trained Military personnel on The Peace Support Mission
Facilitator for Communication Skills workshop organized by Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) August 2007 Trained Trainer of Trainers (TOT) on methods of delivering information during presentation of information.
Selected to mentor students in Business and Mathematics subject combination September 2007. Kenyatta University Kenya.
Departmental examination officer Kenyatta University, department of Educational Communication and Technology from 2007 to August 2010.
Trainer and Lecturer Malakal National Teachers Training Institute (Upper Nile State, South Sudan), in Professional studies, co-ordinator of teaching program at Malakal South Sudan from September 2010 to the present. Program organized by Government of South Sudan (GOSS) University of Juba and University of Nairobi.

Research

An Etiological Study of The Status of The Teaching of English Language in Secondary Schools in Kenya and India.
Evaluation of listening skills in communication (b) Pronunciation problems among the 'Luo' of Kenya, (c) Child-to-Child Education in selected Primary schools in Kenya, (d) Factors that determine Cost, effectiveness and efficiency in the primary education system in Kenya by Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR) KENYA (d) Critical factors affecting school performance in the Kenya National Primary Examination K.C.P.E. (e) Rapid assessment of Girls education in six districts in Kenya: Kwale, Baringo, Nairobi, Mombasa, Garissa, and Kisumu.

 

 

 

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