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KISII UNIVERSITY ACADMEIC STAFF PROFILE

PART A

STAFF IDENTITY DETAILS









PART B

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

University Attended                Years            Qualification

Siriba Teachers College        1985 – 1987        Diploma in Edu. (1st Class)

 Moi University                1998 – 2001        Bed (Arts) (ENG/LIT)

Kenyatta University        2003-2005        MA – (Counselling Psychology)

Kabarak University            2013-To Date        PhD (Ongoing)

 

PART C

Area of Specialization & Research Interests

Specialization

  • Counselling/Educational Psychology

 

 Research Interests

  • Guindance and Counselling

  • Counselling Psychology

  • Different aspects of Tertiary & University Edu. In Kenya

 

PART D

Selected Recent Publications

2012:

  1. Evaluation of the Impact of Quality of Guidance and Counselling  Services on Students Adjustment in Secondary Schools in Nyamira District, Kenya.  Kenya Journal of Education Planning, Economics & Management Vol. IV No. 4 2012.

  2. Factors Enhancing Effectiveness of School Counselling Services in Kenyan Schools. Kenya Journal of Education Planning, Economics and Management Vol. 5 No. 5 Dec. 2012

  3. Evaluation of the level of training and Resource needs of Secondary School Guidance and Counselling Teachers in Nyamira District, Kenya. Kenya Journal of Education Planning , Economics and Management Vol. 3 No. 5 Dec. 2012.

  4. Assessment of Challenges Facing Secondary School Guidance and Counselling Teachers in Nyamira District, Kenya. Journal of Education and Practice Vol. 3 No. 16 2012.

2013:

  1. Reflection on Lonergan’s Transcendental Philosophy of Education as a Way of Redeeming African University Education so as to Foster Intellectual, Moral and Religious Conversion among the Students. Journal of Education and Practice Vol. IV No. 1. 2013.

  2. An Assessment of Implementation Levels of Guidance and Counselling Programme in Kenyan Secondary Schools: A Case of Sotik District, Bomet County, Kenya. Journal of Education & Practice Vol. 4 No. 3 2013.

  3. Benard Lonergan’s  Aunthetic Moral Subjectivity and Objectivity: A Solution  to the culture of war and peace in the contemporary world. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 3 No. 2 2013.

  4. A Comparative Study of Completion Challenges Facing Regular and Parallel  Degree Students of Egerton University Constituent Colleges Kenya.  Journal of Education and Practice  Vol. 4 No. 12, 2013.

  5. The Place of Music and Dance in the Reconstruction of African Cultural  History: A Case of the Abagusii of South-Western Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 3, No. 10  2013.

  6. Evaluation of factors Influencing the Performance of Kenyan Secondary School Students in English Grammar: A Case of Nyamaiya Division, Nyamira County, Kenya. Journal of Education and practice Vol. 4. No. 9, 2013.

  7. Degree Students’ Access to Academic Resources: Kisii and Laikipia Universities in Kenya. British Journal of Education Vol.  1 No. 1 PP 33-41 Sept. 2013.

2014:

  1. A Comparative Study of the Influence of Infused HIV and AIDS Education on Students  HIV and AIDS Awareness in Ainamoi and Sigowet Divisions, Kericho County. Journal of Education and practice Vol. 5 No 8 (2014).


PART E

Current/Recent Teaching & Research

Undergraduate:

  • EPSC 121: Introduction to Psychology

  • EPSC 122: Developmental Psychology

  • EPSC 223: Psychology of Learning

  • EPSC 326: Principles of Guidance and Counselling

  • PES 132: Child Growth and Development

  • PEPS 0231: Psychology of learning

Research

  • Completion Challenges facing Regular & Parallel Degree Students in Universities in Kenya.

  • Degree Students’ Access to Academic Resources in Kenyan Universities.

  • Challenges  Facing Sec. School Guidance and Counselling Teachers in Nyamira District.

  • Assessment of Implementation levels of Guidance and Counselling in Kenyan Sec. School.

  • Influence of Infused HIV and AIDS on Students HIV &  AIDS Awareness.



PART F

CONTACT DETAILS

 

PAUL C. ONDIMA

Kisii University

Faculty of Education and Human Resource Development

Department of Educational Psychology

P.o Box 408 – 40200, Kisii, Kenya

Cell-Phone +254 700036030

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