Edwin Masibo Makhanu

Dr. Edwin Masibo Makhanu

Name: Dr. Edwin Masibo Makhanu

Contact details:

E-mail: emakhanu@kibu.ac.ke

Website: kibu.ac.ke

Academic Qualification

Institution [ Date from – to ]Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
Moi University, Kenya, 2008-2013Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Technology
Moi University, Kenya, 2005-2007Master of Philosophy in Educational Technology
Maseno University, Kenya, 2001Post Graduate Diploma in Education
Kenyatta University, Kenya, 1990-1994Bachelor of Science

Field of Specialization

  • Educational Communication and Technology (Mathematics Education)

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Kenya Association of Education Administration and Management (KAEAM)

Work Experience

Date from toInstitution, Location (City, Country)Person Responsible ToPositionResponsibilities/Duties
2013-Kibabii University, KenyaDean Faculty of Education and Social SciencesDean Faculty of Education and Social Sciences
  • Chairing departmental Board Meetings
  • Chief Internal Examiner
  • Preparing Departmental Budgets
  • Overseeing departmental functions
  • Providing consultancy services to students and external clients
2008-2013Kibabii Diploma Teachers CollegePrincipalHead of Mathematics Department
  • Chairing departmental meetings
  • Representing the department in senior management board meeting
  • Organizing teaching activities for members of the department
1997-2007Chesamisi High SchoolPrincipalSenior Master
  • Head of academics in the school
  • Planning for academic programmes in the school
1995-1997Nanderema Secondary SchoolPrincipalHead of Mathematics Department
  • Overseeing the curriculum activities in the teaching of the subject

Professional Research Interest

  • Research on Innovations in Mathematics Education
  • Research on Educational Technology and Classroom Pedagogical Practices

Research Experience and Funds Attracted

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Consultancy

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Selected Publications 2015-2018: Books and Book Chapters

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Scientific Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Ishenyi, P.; Masibo, E.N, and Likoko, S. (2014): Attitude of Pre-service Teacher Trainees Towards the use of Computers in Mathematics Instruction in Secondary Schools in Kenya. The International Journal of Science and Research Volume 3 Issue 8, August, 2014 ISSN: 2319-7064
  2. Ishenyi, P.; Masibo, E.N, and Likoko, S. (2014): Competencies of Pre-Service Teacher Trainees in Computer Use in Mathematics Instruction in Secondary Schools in Kenya. The International Journal of Science and Research Volume 3 Issue 10, October, 2014 ISSN: 2319-7064
  3. Napwora, J. W., Masibo, E.N. and Likoko, S. (2015):The Perceptions of English Language Teachers and English Language Learners about an Effective English Language Teacher in Kenya. International Journal of Science and Research, Volume 4 Issue 4 April, 2015 ISSN: 2319-7064
  4. Masibo, E.N.; and Barasa, J. (2016):Influence of Mathematics Teachers Beliefs on the Integration of Technology in Classroom Instruction in Secondary Schools in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 4 Issue 8 September, 2017 ISSN: 2313-3759
  5. Masibo, E.N; and Barasa, J. (2017):The dilemma in ranking of schools on the merit of students’ performance in summative examinations in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 4 Issue 8 September, 2017 ISSN: 2313-3759
  6. Elizabeth, A.O.; Mutsotso, S.N, and Masibo, E.N. (2016):Effect of Peer Teaching among Students on their Performance in Mathematics. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 3 Issue 12 December, 2016 ISSN: 2313-3759
  7. Wamalwa, P.W.; and Masibo, E.N. (2017): Strengthening Institutional Capacity among Technical Vocational Entrepreneurship Training (TVET) in Kenya, A Case Study of Bungoma County. International Journal for Development Research Volume 7 Issue 06 July, 2017 ISSN: 2230-9926
  8. Masibo, E; (2017): Factors Affecting the Integration of Educational Technology in Classroom in Secondary Schools in Kenya International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 4 Issue 9 September, 2017 ISSN:2313-3759
  9. Wamalwa, P.W.; Masibo, E. and Simiyu, C. (2017): Influence of Trainers’ Attributes on Teachers’ Perception Towards the Implementation of Strengthening Mathematics and Science in Secondary Education in Bungoma County, Kenya ISSN:2279-0535
  10. Wamalwa, P.W.; Masibo, E.N; and Mutsotso N.S (2017): Factors that influence Teachers’ Perception Towards the Implementation of Strengthening Mathematics and Science in Secondary Education (SMASSE) Programme in Bungoma International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 3 Issue 12 December, 2016 ISSN: 2313-3759
  11. Wamukota, D. N; and Masibo: Instructional Practices in Biology and their Influence on Student Performance in Secondary Schools in Kenya International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 3 Issue 12 December, 2017 ISSN: 2313- 3759
  12. Masibo, E.N; Napwora, J.W; and Barasa, J.(2017) : Perceptions of English Language Teachers and Learners about an Effective English Language Teacher (EELT) in Kenyan Secondary Schools International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology Volume 4 Issue 9 September, 2017 ISSN:2313-3759

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