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Hannah Wanjiku Kangara

Hannah Wanjiku Kangara, Assistant Lecturer Hannah Wanjiku Kangara, Assistant Lecturer Title: Assistant Lecturer
Qualification: PhD ongoing
Department:   Early Childhood studies
Contact Address: P.O. Box 1590-00900 Kiambu,Kenya
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Position: Teaching Practice Co-coordinator
Area of Specialization: Early Childhood Education and Development.
Research Interests: Classroom Management, instructional approaches, integration of culture with education, participation of parents in Early Childhood Education and Development and decentralization of Early Childhood Education.
Publications

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BOOKS

  1. Parental participation in  Early Childhood Education and Development  in Kiambu District, Kenya (2010) (Masters Thesis)
  2. Children’s Creative Arts  (Writing on- going)

MODULES

1.    BECS 125:General Psychology and human learning
2.    ECES212: Art Craft
3.    ECEP 325: Creative Arts 1
4.    SST 422: Comparative Methods of teaching pre-school social studies(writing on-going)

Conferences/ Seminars/Workshops

2013: PHD Conference Mount Kenya University, Nairobi
2012:  ECD in Kenya, Challenges and the way forward Catholic University, Nairobi.
2012:  Development of Masters curriculum in Early Childhood Education Thika,Kenya.
2010:  Early Childhood Examiner Training; Moi Forces Academy, Nairobi.
2006:  HIV/AIDS Integration in the primary school curriculum.

Consultancies

  1. Participated in the Development of Masters and PhD  (Early Childhood) Curriculum programmes for  Mount Kenya University

Research

  1. Decentralization of Early Childhood Education to county governments in Kenya and(PhD Thesis continuing)
  2. Parent participation in the management and development of Early Childhood( Masters Thesis)