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Grace NdekeCountry of origin: Kenya Currently in: Kenya, NAKURU General field of specialization: Other
Degrees1991 Undergraduate Social and Economic Sciences2003 Master Social and Economic Sciences2016 Doctorate Social and Economic Sciences
Current Research Activities
Social and Economic Sciences
Scientific creativity in secondary schools
Publications resulting from Research:
1. Grace C. W. Ndeke & Fred N. Keraro (2017). Secondary School Biology Teachers’ Perceptions of the Nature of Science. American International Journal of Social science, vol. 6(3).
2. Grace C. W. Ndeke, Mark I.O. Okere & Fred N. Keraro (2016). Secondary School Biology Teachers’ Perceptions of Scientific Creativity. Journal of Education and Learning, vol. 5(1).
3. Grace C. W. Ndeke, Mark I.O. Okere & Fred Keraro (2015). Influence of secondary school biology teachers’ perceptions of scientific creativity on their classroom practices in Kericho and Kajiado counties, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Interdisciplinary Research, vol. 4(9), pp 101-115.
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:TeachingOtherTeaching at the university Biology teaching methods and Health and physical Education among teacher Education students. Am also involved in supervising of post graduate students and examining of research proposals and thesis.
Workshop and Conference AttendedSeptember 5th to 7th 2018 ICIPE Nairobi, Kenya Organization for women in science for the developing world (OWSD) regional conference- Africa