Maseno University

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Name Dr. Karen Nyangara
Department Institure of Gender Studies

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Address: P.O Box 333, Maseno
Qualification: PhD (Evaluation of Educational Programs-MSU), MA (Curriculum and Instruction-Andrews), Bed(Home Economics-KU), HD(Gender and Women Studies-KISW), HD(Medical and Psychological Counseling-KIPC)

Ongoing Research: 2012:    Relationship Between Beginning Teacher Self Efficacy Beliefs and Teaching
            Practice Assessment Outcomes: A 4 year cohort study.










1. Nyangara, K. N., Indoshi, F. C. & Othuon, L. A. (2010). Policies and Practices of Home Science Education in Secondary Schools. Educational Research 1(16):156-165.

2. Nyangara, K. N., Indoshi, F. C. & Othuon, L. A. (2010). Impact of Educational Policy Changes on Secondary Home Science Education in Kenya: 1981-2005. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Vol. 2(5): 82-88.

3. Nyangara, K. N., Indoshi, F. C. & Othuon, L. A. (2010). Home Science Education in Kenya: The Need for Review. Educational Research 1(9): 396-401.

4. Okwara, M. O., Ongong’a, J. O. & Nyangara, K. N. (2010). Using Integrated Approach in Teaching and Learning at the Secondary School Level in Kenya. Educational Research 1(10): 618-623.

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

6. Nyangara, K. N (2015). Chamas as Informal Protection among Street Vendors and Market Sellers in Kisumu City, Kenya : Perceptions of Poverty, Vulnerability and Exclusion. Maseno University Journal(1) :136-140