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A.  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Professor Francis Chisikwa Indoshi,hails from Vihiga County,Kenya . Born on 13th October 1963 to the late Peter Achamba Indoshi and the late Tifina Luyayi Indoshi, Prof. Indoshi’s rise through the academic ladder spans over 30 years.  After his early education at Erusui Boys Primary School (1974 – 1980) and Menengai High School (1981-1986) where he passed with flying colours, he attended the Pre-university induction course at the National Youth Service College in Gilgil in 1987.He then proceeded to Moi University and finally to Maseno University where he obtained B.Ed., M.Phil and Ph.D.

 

After a short stint as a high school teacher of Geography and History at Musoli Girls and Magui Secondary Schools, Professor Indoshi joined Maseno University (then a university college) in 1993 as a Tutorial Fellow and rose through the academic ranks attaining his current position of Associate Professor in June, 2010.  He has taught Curriculum and Instruction courses in the Department of Educational Communication, Technology and Curriculum Studies at Maseno University for the last 19 years.

Professor Indoshi is a member of the Association of Third World Studies (ATWS), the Organization of Social Science Research in Eastern Africa (OSSREA) and the East African Environmental Network (EAEN).  He has attended and contributed to several learned conferences.

A prolific writer and researcher, Professor Indoshi has published 49 articles in peer reviewed international journals.  He also has three books and one book chapter to his credit from reputable international publishers.  His research interest is in the field of Curriculum and Instruction. His research has centred on the search for relevance in the curriculum and application of instructional strategies to enhance teaching and learning.  Professor Indoshi has over the years of his academic career supervised to completion 9 Ph.D and 25 M.Ed students.  He has also served as External Examiner in various Universities including Nairobi, Laikipia and Dar es Salaam.

As Co-ordinator of Teaching Practice Centre (2001 -2003) and Chair of the Department of Educational Communication, Technology and Curriculum Studies (2004- to date), Professor Indoshi has spearheaded major reforms in teacher education policies and programmes in the department. He has initiated and implemented key programmes including pre-service, in-service and continuing teacher education in his department. His classroom research has elucidated new horizons in pedagogical principles and practice in curriculum delivery.  Professor Indoshi reveals himself as a respected teacher, researcher and author of high standing in his field. Conscientious of the challenges and opportunities of contemporary education, he has sought to apply his knowledge to the solution of myriad problems of curriculum and instruction. He has also served as member and chair of boards of various educational institutions.

B.        PERSONAL DETAILS      

            NAME:                                               Francis Chisikwa Indoshi

            DATE OF BIRTH:                             October 13, 1963

            SEX:                                                   Male

            NATIONALITY:                               Kenyan

            MARITAL STATUS:                         Married with three children

            CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS: Maseno University, Department of

                                                                         Educational Communication,

                                                                        Technology & Curriculum Studies,                 

                                                                        P O Box 333, MASENO, Kenya.

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                                                                        TEL:254-0722972597

C. EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING BACKGROUND

(1)               Doctor of Philosophy, 2001 (Maseno University, Kenya).  Thesis: An Assessment of in- service Education and Training Needs of Primary School Agriculture Teachers.

(2)               Master of Philosophy in Curriculum Development, 1993 (Moi University, Kenya).  Thesis: Implementation of the Primary School Agriculture Curriculum in Primary Schools in Eldoret Municipality.                                                                                                     

Coursework units: Current Issues in Education Development in Kenya, Basic Course in Curriculum Theory and Design, Basic Course in Management of Change in Curriculum, Innovations in Curriculum Development, Implementation of Curriculum Innovations, Programme Strategies for Curriculum Improvement, Changes in roles and Organization of Institutional Leaders, Theory and Research in Curriculum Development, Field Experience in Designing Curriculum, Independent Study (Field Study), Research Design and Methodology, Financing of Education and The School and the Nation.           

(3)               Bachelor of Education in Arts, 1990 (Geography and History) Second Class Honours, Upper Division (Moi University, Kenya).

(4)               Certificate of Participation in Pre-University National Youth Service Course, 1987 (Gilgil, Kenya).

(5)               Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE). Passed with three Principal passes and one subsidiary pass, 1986 (Menengai High School, Kenya).

(6)               Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE) Passed with Division one, 1984 (Menengai High School, Kenya).

(7)               Certificate of Primary Education Passed with 33 out of 36 points, 1980 (Erusui Boys Primary School, Kenya).

 

D. EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND

 (1)     Associate Professor, Department of Educational Communication, Technology and Curriculum Studies, Maseno University,  W.e.f. 1ST June,2010 to date.

(2)        Senior Lecturer, Department of Educational Communication,  

     Technology and Curriculum Studies, Maseno University, 9th, July

     2003 to 30th June, 2010.

(3)       Lecturer, Department of Educational Communication, Technology

    and Curriculum Studies, Maseno University, 1995 to November,

    2003.

(4)      Assistant Lecturer, Department of Curriculum Studies, Maseno

                       University College, 1995.

(4)      Tutorial Fellow, Department of Curriculum Studies, Maseno

         University College, 1993-1995.

(5)       Graduate Teacher, Geography and History, Magui Mixed

    Secondary School, 1993.   

(6)      Graduate Teacher, Geography and History, Musoli Girls Secondary   

         School, 1990.

  1. TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT UNIVERSITY  LEVEL (October 1993

 to date)

Undergraduate Courses Taught:

Curriculum Development, General Methods of Teaching, Educational Technology, Educational Media and Resources, Teaching Practice supervision

Postgraduate Courses Taught:

Curriculum Theory and Design, Teacher Education Curriculum, Educational Change and Innovations, Adult Education Curriculum, Early Childhood Education Curriculum and Secondary School Curriculum, Curriculum Needs Assessment, Curriculum Management and Curriculum context.

       F.        ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 (1) Chairman, Department of Educational Communication, Technology

      And Curriculum Studies, Maseno University: January, 2004 to date.

(2)  Acting Head of Department, Department of Educational

      Communication, Technology and Curriculum Studies, Maseno

      University.  November – December 2000.

(3)  Co-ordinator, Teaching Practice Centre, Maseno University, July 2001      

      to December 2003.

(4)  Co-ordinator, In-service Education and Extension Services in the    

Department of Educational Communication, Technology and Curriculum Studies, Maseno University, July 2001 to December 2003.

(5) Co-ordinator, Departmental Seminars. July, 2001 to December, 2003.

(6)  Co-ordinator, Departmental Common courses. 1994 – 2000.

(7)  Member, Departmental Resourcing committee July 2001 – December  

      2003.

        G. COMMUNITY SERVICE

(1)    Chairman of the Board of Governors, Erusui Girls Secondary      

          School.  2005 to date.

(2)        Member of Board of Governors, St Clare’s Maragoli Girls Secondary School.2011 to date. 

(3)        Member of Board of Governors, Gavudunyi Secondary School. 

           1999 to 2003.

   (4)     Member,Board of Governors, Kapsambo Secondary School.  2007

                to date.

(5)     Member, Board of Governors, Kaptik Secondary School.   2006 –

          2008

6)        Member, Board of Governors, Shikunga Secondary School. 2011 to   date     

H. MEMBERSHIP OF UNIVERSITY COMMITEES

1. Member, Maseno University senate, 2004 to date.

2. Member, University Students Disciplinary Committee, 2010-date

3 Member, Technical and Financial Evaluation Committee for Prequalification   

    Tenders for suppliers for the financial year 2012-2013

4. Member, Postgraduate Examinations Irregularities Committee, 2012

5 Member, Part-time Teaching Irregularity Committee, 2012.

 

I. CONTRIBUTION TO DEPARTMENTAL AND FACULTY  

    PROGRAMMES     DEVELOPMENT

  1. Bachelor of Education with IT- (Sandwich)
  2. Bachelor of Education (Early  Childhood Education )With IT
  3. Bachelor of Education(Primary Option )With IT
  4. Master of Education (Pedagogy)
  5. Master of Education (Curriculum Studies)
  6. Master of Education (Educational Technology)
  7. Doctor of Philosophy (Pedagogy)
  8. Doctor of Philosophy (Curriculum Development)
  9. Doctor of Philosophy (Educational Technology)
  10. Doctor of Philosophy (Evaluation of Educational Programmes)

 

J. EXTERNAL EXAMINATION

      1. External Examiner, University of Nairobi: 2009 to date.

      2. External Examiner, Laikipia University College: 2011 to date

      3. External Examiner, University of Dar es salaam: 2012

KSCHOLARSHIP/AWARDS/GRANT

      1.  Ministry of Education /Moi University Scholarship 1990-1992.

      2.  Maseno University Research Grant 2003/2005.

L. JOURNAL EDITOR/REFEREE

      1. Sub - Editor, Maseno University Journal, August, 2006 to date.

      2. Referee, Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research, 2009.

      3. Referee/Associate Editor, International Journal of Learning, 2009-2012.
            
      4. Referee, Educational Research and Reviews, 2009.

      5. Referee, Educational Research, 2010.

M. SUPERVISION OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

M.Ed THESES SUPERVISED

  1. Owuoche George Oduor (2003).  Impact of Community Financial Resources on the Provision of Quality Primary Education.
  2. Ong’ele Salome Achieng’ (2007). Effect of Teacher Characteristics on Teaching of Mathematics in Public Secondary Schools in Kisumu District, Kenya.
  3. Nyinya Fredrick Ochieng’ (2007).  Attitudes of Teachers and Students Towards HIV/AIDS Education in Secondary Schools in Kisumu Municipality, Kenya
  4. Omondi Anolyce Nyanjom (2007).  Career Guidance in Secondary Schools in Kisumu District, Kenya: Implications for the Curriculum.
  5. Milimu Gladys Shaji (2008).  Attitudes of Early Childhood Development and Education Teachers towards Science Curriculum in Kakamega Municipality, Kenya.
  6. Bett John (2008).  Classroom Interaction in English Language Classes in Public Secondary Schools in Kericho Municipality, Kenya.
  7. Mukuna Truphena Eshibukule (2008).  Role of Parents in Early Childhood Curriculum Development in Mumias Town, Kenya.
  8. Ambuko Benson Sumbwa (2008).  Selection and Use of Media in Teaching Kiswahili in Secondary Schools in Emuhaya District, Kenya.
  9. Wagah Mical Ongachi (2009).  Attitudes of Students and Teachers Towards Art and Design Curriculum in Secondary Schools in Western Province, Kenya.
  10. Adhiambo Rodah (2009). Management of Free Primary Education Funds by Head Teachers in Rachuonyo District, Kenya.
  11. Dawo Jane Anyango (2009).  Girl-child Participation in Secondary Education Opportunities and Challenges for Mixed Day School Head-teacher in Kisumu Municipality, Kenya.
  12. Ambiyo Violet Oyungu (2010).  Contributio of Women Groups in Financing Secondary School Education in Vihiga District.
  13. Nyokabi Everline Maina (2010).  Factors Influencing Performance of Deaf students in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations in Kenya.
  14. Kukali Ann (2010). An Evaluation of Safety Policy Implementation in Girls Boarding Secondary Schools in Bungoma East District.
  15. Ochanda,Jairus Peter (2010). Availability and Use of Scientific Calculators in Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Secondary Schools in Emuhaya District.
  16. Tella, John (2010). Relationship between Students’ Perspectives on the Secondary School English Curriculum and their Academic Achievement
  17. Apopo,Yuanina (2010).Use of Chemichemi za Kiswahili in Teaching Secondary School Kiwahili in Kisumu District, Kenya.
  18. Ogott, George Otieno(2011).Factors Influencing Use of Language Materials in Early Childhood Development and Education Centers in Gem District,Kenya.
  19. Okwemba, John Ngota(2011). Evaluation of the Implementation of the Curriculum After Inception of Free Primary Education Policy in Primary Schools in Vihiga District,Kenya(2003-2006).
  20. Awuor ,Silvia manoah(2011). Influence of Selected Factors on Students’Performance in Mathematics Curriculum in Public Secondary Schools in Kisumu East District,Kenya.
  21. Inganga, Sammy Opimbi (2011). Factors Influencing Implementation of Kiswahili Curriculum in Public Secondary Schools in Siaya District, Kenya.
  22. Jaoko,Aggrey Joseph( 2011).Analysis of Factors Influencing Implementation of Integrated Business Studies Curriculum in Public Seconary Schools in Siaya District,Kenya.
  23. Obuchere, Zadock Murundu(2011). Factors Influencing Implementation of Early Childhood Development and Education Curriculum in Emuhaya District, Kenya.
  24. Mukekhe, Stella Mutiembu(2011).Classroom Communication and Students’Understanding of Selected Physics Terms in Secondary Schools in Vhiga District,Kenya.
  25. Muvango,Mark Wangila(2011). Factors Influencing Use of Media in Teaching and Learning of English in Secondary Schools in Kakamega district,Kenya.

 

Ph. D. THESES SUPERVISED

  1. Omusonga Tony Okwach (2009).  Implementation of French Curriculum in Public Secondary Schools in Western Province, Kenya.
  2. Ongunya Raphael Odhiambo (2009).  An Evaluation of HIV and AIDS Education Programme in Public Secondary Schools in Siaya District, Kenya.
  3. Okwara Michael Okello (2009).  Integrated Approach to Language Teaching:  The Case of English Education in the Secondary School Curriculum in Busia District, Kenya.
  4. Ajuoga Milcah Aoko(2010). Contribution of Quality Assurance and Standards officers in Curriculum Implementation in Public primary Schools in Kisumu District, Kenya.
  5. Osodo,Joseph (2010). Potential for Incorporation of Computer Simulations in the Teaching of Geography in Secondary Schools.
  6. Nyambura,Karen Nyangara (2010). Perceptions of Students and Teachers towards Home Science Policies and Changes in Secondary Schools in Nyanza Province, Kenya: 1981-2005.
  7. Were Michael Charles (2010) .An evaluation of Programme Placement for Learners with Visual Impairments in Relation to Self –Concept and Academic Achievement in Special Primary Schools in Kenya
  8. Ayieko, John Yalo (2010). Evaluation of Low Vision Devices in Primary Schools for the Visually Handicapped in Kenya.
  9. Rabari J .A. (2011).Creativity Extent, Perceptions Correlations and Differences Among Secondary School Physics Students in Nairobi Province,Kenya.

 

N.    PUBLICATIONS

PAPERS PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS

(1)               Indoshi, F.C. (2001). Towards a Model for In-service Education and Training of Teachers in Kenya, Maseno Journal of Education, Arts and Science. Vol.4 No.4, ISSN: 1019-360X. Maseno University Press.

(2)               Ngaira, J.K. & Indoshi, F.C. (2003). Teaching as a Profession: a Critique. Maseno Journal of Education, Arts and Science .Vol. 4, No. 2. ISSN: 1019 – 360X. Maseno University Press.

(3)               Indoshi, F.C. (2003).  Teachers’ Experiences of the Probation Period of Teaching in Kenya: Implications for Teacher Induction Policies and Programmes.   Journalof In–service Education: An International Journal of Teacher Development. Vol. 29 No. 3. 2003.  ISSN: 1367 – 4587.  Triangle Journals, U.K.

(4)               Indoshi, F.C. (2005). Motivation in the Classroom.  Maseno Journal ofEducation, Arts and Science. Vol. 5 No. 1SB.    ISSN: 1019 360X. Maseno University Press.

(5)               Milimu, G.S. & Indoshi, F.C. (2008).  Conditions for Implementation of Science Curriculum in Early Childhood. Development and Education Centres in Kenya. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. Vol. 9 No. 4 @ http p:// www. wwwords. Co. uk/CIEC/Content/pdfss/9/issue 9 – 4 asp. Pp 389-399.  Symposium Journals Ltd.

(6)               Omusonga,T.O., Kazadi, M. & Indoshi, F.C. (2008).  Relationship Between School Culture and Students’ Performance in French.  The Journal of Language,Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa (JOLTE). Vol. 1 No. 2. Pp 255 - 263. ISSN 1998-1279. African Journals Online (AJOL)/United States International University.

(7)                     Ambuko, B.S. & Indoshi, F. (2008). Selection and Use of Media in Teaching Kiswahili in Selected Secondary Schools in Kenya. GYAN – The Journal ofEducation. Vol. 5 No. 1. Pp 45 – 52. ISSN: 0972-9992.  Advance Institute of Management, India.

(8)               Ongunya, R.O., Indoshi, F.C. & Agak, J.O. (2009). Objectives and Actual HIV and AIDS Education Programme Delivery and Behavioural Changes among Kenyan Secondary School Students. Educational Research and Reviews. Vol. 4 (4). Pp. 173 – 182.   ISSN: 1990 – 3839. Academic Journals.

(9)               Okwara, M.O. , Shiundu, J.O.& Indoshi, F.C. (2009). Towards a Model of Integrated English Language Curriculum for Secondary Schools in Kenya. Educational Research and Reviews Vol. 4 (5). Pp. 301 – 309. ISSN: 1990 – 3839.  Academic Journals.

(10)    Osodo, J., Amory, A., Graham – Jolly, M, & Indoshi, F.C. Design of Educational Game for Training Learners in the Use of 3D Visualization Skills. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN) Vol. 14 Nos. 1 & 2 . pp 61-68. ISSN 118 –5570. African Journals Online.

(11)           Omusonga, T.O., Kazadi, I.M. & Indoshi, F.C. (2009). Matching Intended and Actual French Curriculum Objectives in Secondary Schools in Western Province. Educational Research and Reviews. Vol. 4 (6). Pp. 316–321. ISSN: 1990 – 3839. Academic Journals.

(12)    Indoshi, F.C., Bett, J. and Odera, F.Y. (2009). Nature of Interaction in English Language Classrooms.  The International Journal of Learning. Vol. 6 Issue 7 pp217-228. ISSN: 1447 – 9494.  Common Ground Publishing LLC, USA.

(13)           Wagah, M.O.,Indoshi F.C.& Agak, J.O.(2009) . The Attitudes of Teachers and Students towards Art and Design Curriculum:  Implications for Vocational Education in Kenya.  Educational Research and Reviews. Vol. 4, No.10 pp 445 – 456. ISSN 1990-3839. Academic Journals.

(14)      Oyungu,V.A., Ayodo, T. M.& Indoshi,F.C. (2009).Contribution of Women Groups in Financing Secondary Education in Kenya .GYAN- The Journal of Education. (ISSN: 0972-9992) Vol 6(1):39-47. Advance Institute of Management, India.

(15 )   Indoshi, F.C. Wagah, M.O. & Agak, J.O.(2010). Factors that Determine Students’ and Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Art & Design Curriculum.  International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education. Vol. 2 No. 1.pp 9-17. Academic Journals

(16).     Were, C.M. & Indoshi, F.C. (2010). Determination of Which Programme Most Enhances Self-Concept for Educational Placement of Visually Impaired Pupils in Kenya.  The International Journal of Learning. Vo. 17, No. 1 pp537-548 ISSN: 1447 – 9494.  Common Ground Publishing LLC, USA

(17). Ajuoga , M. A., Indoshi, F. C. & Agak, J.O. (2010). Perception of Quality Assurance and Standards Officers about Their Competence: Implications for Training. Educational Research. ( ISSN:2141-5161)

Vol .1(4), pp 112-117. International Research Journals.. Available online http:// www.interesjourns.org/ER Copyright: International Research Journals.

(18). Osodo, J., Amory,A., Graham-Jolly,M.& Indoshi, F. C.(2010). Visualization Skills and their Incorporation in Biology Curriculum. Educational Research and Reviews Vol. 5(6) pp. 282-291 Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/ERR2 ISSN 1990-3839 © 2010 Academic Journals.

 

           (19)  Osodo, J., Indoshi F.C. & Ongati,O.(2010). Attitudes of students and teachers towards use of computer technology in Geography education    
 
Educ.Res. (ISSN: 2141-5161) 1(5): 145-149. .Available online at http:// www.interesjourns.org/ER Copyright: International Research Journals.

(20)  Yalo,J.A. & Indoshi ,F.C.(2010). Evaluation of reading proficiency of learners with low vision while using low vision devices. Educ.Res. (ISSN: 2141-5161) 1(5): 150-155. . Available online at http:// www.interesjourns.org/ER Copyright: International Research Journals.

(21)  Nyangara, K. N., Indoshi, F. C. & Othuon, L. O.(2010). Policies and practice of home science education in secondary schools.    Educational Research (ISSN:2141-5161) Vol. 1(6) pp. 156-165 July 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals

(22)  Yalo, J.A. & Indoshi, F. C. (2010). An Evaluation of Impact of Low Vision Training Programme on use of Low Vision Devices in Primary Schools for the Visually Impaired Pupils in Kenya The International Journal of Learning. 17(3):279-289. ISSN: 1447 – 9494.  Common Ground Publishing LLC, USA

(23)  Yalo, J.A. & Indoshi, F. C.  ,Agak,J.O. & Were,C. M.(2010). Challenges and strategies of working with learners with low vision: Implications for teacher training. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(7) pp. 226-231 August 2010Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals

(24)  Osodo,J, Indoshi ,F. C. & Ongati, O.(2010). Application of computer based resources in Geography education in secondary schools. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(7) : 219-225 August 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals

(25 ) Were,C. M.,Indoshi ,F.C. &Yalo,J. A. (2010). Gender differences in self-concept and academic achievement among visually impaired pupils in Kenya Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(8) pp. 246-252 September 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals.       

                 (26) Shaji, G.M. & Indoshi, F.C.(2010). Teaching Science in Early  

                        Childhood Development and Education Centres in Kenya:  Do we have   

                        the right Teachers?  Maseno University Journal. (ISSN 2075-

                       7654).Vol.1,June 2010.pp 5-13.Maseno University Press.

            (27)   Nyinya, F., Odiwuor, W. & Indoshi, F.C.(2010) . Attitudes of Teachers

                     and Students towards HIV/AIDS Education in Secondary Schools.

                     Maseno University Journal. (ISSN 2075-7654),Vol. 1,June 2010 .pp 14-

                    21.Maseno University Press.

     (28).   Tela, J. Indoshi, F. C. Othuon, L. A. (2010). Relationship between   

                Students’ Perspectives on the Secondary School English Curriculum and

            theirAcademic Achievement in Kenya. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(9) pp. 390-395 October 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals.

(29)      Nyangara, K. N., Indoshi, F. C. & Othuon L. O. (2010). Home Science Education in Kenya: The need for review. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(9) pp. 396-401 October 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals.

(30)      Murundu, Z. O., Indoshi, F. C. & Okwara, M. O. (2010). School based factors influencing implementation of early childhood development and education curriculum .Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(9) pp. 382-389 October 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER Copyright ©2010 International Research Journals.

(31)      Ogott, G. O., Indoshi, F. C. & Okwara, M. O. (2010). Determination of language materials selected, developed and used in the early childhood education

Programme .Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(9) pp. 402-409 October 2010 Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(32)     Nyangara, K.N., Indoshi, F. C.& Othuon, L.O.A.(2010). Impact of educational policy changes on home science education in secondary schools in Kenya: 1981 to 2005. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Vol. 2(5), pp. 82-88, September 2010 Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/IJVTE

©2010 Academic Journals.

 

(33)     Osodo, J. & Indoshi, F. C.(2010) .Computer simulations design for teaching secondary school Geography. The International Journal of Learning .17(7):165-175.  ISSN: 1447 – 9494.  Common Ground Publishing LLC, USA.

 (34)  Ogott, G.O., Indoshi,F.C. & Okwara, M.O.(2010). Teacher factors in language curriculum material selection, development and use in early childhood education Programme. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(11) pp. 586-593 December 2010.Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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35)Chisikwa, P. I. & Indoshi, F.C. (2010).Influence of Government Policies on Appointment of Headteachers in mixed secondary Schools in Vihiga District,Kenya. International Journal of Educational Research &Technology Vol.1 (2).ISSN0976-4089.Available online at ww.soeagra.com/ijert/ijert.htm

 

36)Omusonga,T. O.,Kazadi,I.M.& Indoshi,F. C. (2010).Exploring Teachers’

           and Students’ Perceptions of Difficulty in Teaching in Teaching and

            Learning Experiences of Kenya Secondary School French Curriculum.

            Journal of Science, Technology Education and Management (J-STEM)

           .3(1&2):59-70.

37)Oracha,P. Indoshi,F.& Nyokabi,E.(2010). Student Factors Influencing Performance of deaf Students in Mathematics in Kenya .GYAN- The Journal of Education. (ISSN: 0972-9992).7(1):45-52. Advance Institute of Management, India.

 

38)Tella,J., Indoshi,F. C. & Othuon, L. A.(2011). Students’ Perspectives on the

       Secondary School English Curriculum in Kenya: Some Related Implications.    

         Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 1(11) pp. 586-593 January

      2011.Available online http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

Copyright ©2011 International Research Journals.

 

(39)  Rabari, J. A., Indoshi, F. C. and Okwach, T. (2011). Correlates of divergent thinking among secondary School physics students. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 2(3) pp. 982-996 March 2011

Available online@ http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(40)  Manoah, Sylvia A.  Indoshi, Francis Chisikwa, Othuon, Lucas O. A.(2011). Influence of attitude on performance of students inMathematics Curriculum. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 2(3) pp. 965-981 March 2011.Available online@ http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(41)  Maina, Everline Nyokabi, Oracha, Peter Adoyo and Indoshi, Francis Chisikwa (2011). Curriculum factors influencing performance of deaf

         Students in Mathematics. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 2(3) pp. 956-964 March 2011.Available online@ http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(42)  Ogott, George Otieno, Indoshi, Francis Chisikwa  and Okwara, Michael       Okello (2011). Attitudes of Teachers towards Language Material

         Selection, Development and Use in Early Childhood

         Education Programme.Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 2(3) pp.                    948-955 March 2011.Available online@ http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(43) Rabari,J.,Indoshi,F. C .& Omusonga,T.O.(2011).Perceptions of Physics

       Sudents and Teachers Towards Creativity.International Journal of Current

       Research(ISSN:0975-833X)Vol.3(6):234-240.Available online at

        http://.journalcra.com.

(44   Mukiri,S.W.,Indoshi,F.C.&Othuon,L.A.(2011).Adult Learners’ Perception of

      Adult Functional Literacy Curriculum(AFLC) in Kenya. BRICS Journal of

       Educational Research 1(2):87-93.ISSN:2141-6990..

(45) Rabari,J.A.,Indoshi,F C & Omusonga,T. O.(2011).Differences in Divergent

      Thinking Among Secondary Secondary  sshool Physics Students. Journal of

        Emerging Trends in Educational Research and policy Studies. 2(4):216-

       227.ISSN:2141-6990.

(46).Namachi,S. K., Okwara,M.O.,., Shiundu,J.O.& Indoshi,F.C Namachi,E.A.(2011). Towards Teacher Preparedness in Teaching English Language in Primary Schools. Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 2(8):1356-1361                August, 2011.Available online@ http://www.interesjournals.org/ER

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(47) Rabari,J. A., Indoshi,F. C. &Okwach,T. O.(2011). Status of Creativity Among Secondary school Physics Students . BRICS Journal of Educational Research (A peer Reviewed International Journal ). 1(3&4):167-176.ISSN:2141-6990

(48)  Mukekhe,S. M. Indoshi,F.C.&Agak,J. O. (2011) .Students’ Perspectives of

       Teachers’ use of language in Defining selected Terms in Physics. International

       Journal of Current  Research(ISSN:0975-833X)Vol.3(11):443-449.Available

        online at  http://.journalcra.com

(49) Mukuna,T. E.,& Indoshi, F. C(2012).Parental Involvement and  perceptions of

        Their Role in Early Childhood Development Education Pedagogy in Kenya.

        International Journal of Current  Research(ISSN:0975-833X)Vol.4(2):265-

         274.Available online at  http://.journalcra.com.

(50) Kangahi,M.,Indoshi,F C ,Okwach,T O.&Osodo,J.(2012).Teaching Styles and Learners’ Achievement in Kiswahili. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and  Development 1(3):62-87.ISSN:2226-6348.Available online atwww.hrmars.com.

51). Kangahi,M.,Indoshi,F C ,Okwach,T O.&Osodo,J.(2012). The Nature of Communication Process in Kiswahili Language Classrooms.  International Journal of Educational Research &Technology 3(2):141-145. ISSN 0976-4089.Available online at: www.soeagra.com/ijert/ijert.htm

 

52).Makori,P.M.,Okwara,M.O.,Bantu,E.M.,Indoshi,F.C. & Ondigi,B.A.(2012).Formulating Objectives and Content for human sexuality Education Program. Lignuist. Cult. Educ. 1(2):299-310.

 

   BOOKS

 

(1)     Indoshi, F. C. & Nyangara,K. N.(2011). Policies and Changes in Secondary School Home Science Education: Implications for Curriculum Reforms. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.ISBN:978-3-8433-9052-1

 

  (2)   Indoshi,F. C. & Okwara, M. O. (2011). Integrated Approach to the Teaching of English: Conception, Challenges and Opportunities. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-8433-9052-1.

   (3)  Osodo,J. &Indoshi,F. C. (2012).Incorporation of ComputerSimulations in the Teaching of Geography: Educational Simulations . Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-8433-9052-1.

 
  BOOK CHAPTERS

    (1)    Indoshi,F.C.(2010). Education for Sustainable development: Challenges and Opportunities for the Secondary School Environmental Education in Kenya, in Bani Dey & Sandhya Gihar(Eds). Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development. Delhi: Wisdom Publications.

 

  CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1. Indoshi, F.C. (2008). Education for Sustainable Development:  The Case of Environmental Education in the Kenyan Secondary School Curriculum” Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the East African Environmental Network (EAEN)   at AMREF, Nairobi on 23-24 May 2008. Publisher: EAEN. Pp 127 – 142.

2.  Kukali, A. & Indoshi, F.C.(2009).  Evaluation of Fire safety Policy Implementation in Girls Boarding Secondary Schools in Bungoma East District.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Institutional Fires held at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology on 25th June, 2009.  Publisher:  Association of Disaster Management and Conflict Resolution.  Pp 13 – 19.

 

 O.  PAPERS PRESENTED AT SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES

1)      Indoshi, F.C. (2005). African Renaissance: A Dream or Reality for the Continent’s Development?’  A paper presented at the 6th Association of Third World Studies 6th International Conference Held on 22-24 November 2005 at the Western University College of Science and Technology.

2)      Indoshi, F.C. (2004). Educational Change, Management and Development in Africa.  A paper presented at the Association of  Third World Studies 5th International Conference held at the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton on 14 – 16 September, 2004.

3)      Indoshi, F.C. (2002). Educating Handicapped Children: Segregated or inclusive Environment? A Paper presented at the First International Conference on Inclusive Education in Kenya held on 26th – 28th September, 2002 at Sunset Hotel, Kisumu, Kenya.

4)      Indoshi, F.C. (2000). Conditions for curriculum implementation .A paper presented at a teachers’ workshops on strategies for improving Teacher competence for effective learning held on 30th June, 2000 at St. Paul’s Amukura High School, Teso District, Kenya

5)      Indoshi, F.C. (2000). Induction of Student Teachers in Secondary Schools.  A paper presented at the Maseno University seminar on Partnership in Teacher Education, held at Maseno University on 24th – 25th May, 2000.

6)      Indoshi, F.C. (1996). Motivation in the Classroom. A Paper presented at a Teachers’ Seminar on Classroom Communication and use of Media Resources in Teaching, held at Arya Primary school on 22nd – 24th November 1996.

7)      Indoshi, F.C. (1994). Attitude and interest in Agricultural Education. A paper presented at the Departmental Seminar held on 8th March, 1994.

8)      Indoshi, F.C. (1993). The Role of Management in the Implementation of Innovations.   A paper presented at the Faculty of Education Seminar on 17th December, 1993.

9)       Indoshi, F.C. (1992). Implementation of the 8.4.4. Primary school Agriculture Curriculum in Kenya.  A paper presented at the Graduate seminars Forum at Moi University on 2nd November, 1992.

 

  P.       CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS PARTICIPATED IN

1 Sensitization Workshop for Management  onAnti-corruption and Ethics held on 25-26 april,2012

      2).Academic Division Workshop on “Strategic Plan and Performance Contracting” held on Dec 16-17, 2011 at Kisumu Hotel.

3) .E-Learning Module Development, 27th June to 1st July, 2011 held at   the Noble Hotel, Eldoret

4). E learning Sensitization Workshop held Kisumu City Capus College on 19-20 2011 Institution & Country: Maseno University e-Learning Centre, Kenya.

5). Financial and disaster management in educational institutions, July,2010 .

Institution & Country: Iraki Education Consultants, Kenya.

6). Education for sustainable Development, May 2008Institution & Country: East African Environmental Network, Kenya.

      7). Implementation of ISO 9000 standards Seminar held at Maseno University Boardroom on 14th – 16th February, 2007.

8).Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER)

    workshop on “Response of Higher Education to HIV/AIDS” held on 8th May,

     2003 at Maseno University.

9).        German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Seminar on “Harmonization of Postgraduate Training through Improved Student- Supervisor Relationship” held on 24th – 25th April 2003 at Maseno University.

10).      International Conference on “Inclusive Education in Kenya” held at Sunset   

           Hotel, Kisumu on 26th – 28th September, 2002.

11).      Workshop on “Capacity Building in Research Proposal Writing Skills” held on 25th –27th April, 2001 at Maseno University.

12).       Workshop on “Strategies for Improving Teacher Competence for Effective       Learning” held on 30th June 2000 at St. Paul’s Amukura High School in Teso District.

13).      Seminar on “Partnership in Teacher Education” held at Maseno University on 24th –25th May, 2000.

14).      Seminar on “Classroom Communication and Use of Media Resources in Teaching” held at Arya Primary School on 22nd – 24th July 1998.

15).      Seminar on “Planning and Programming: Operating Guidelines” held at         Maseno University on 22nd – 29th November, 1993.

  Q.      MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

1.         Member, Association of Third World Studies (ATWS).

2.         Member, East African Environmental Network (EAEN).

  1. Member, Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).   

R.        REFEREES

1.         Prof. T.M.O. Ayodo, School of Education, Social Sciences and Theology,

             Kabarak University .

2.        Prof. B.A. Ondigi, Department of Educational Management                 

, Kisii University College.                  

 3.       Prof. J.K. Ngaira, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology   P.O. Box 190, Kakamega.                                      

4.          Prof. L.O. A. Othuon, Department of Educational Psychology, Maseno University, P. O. Box 333,Maseno.