Dr. Wangila Eric Wekesa

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Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology

School of Education (MMUST)

P.O. Box 190-50100

Kakamega, KENYA

Office no. MEA Block Room

Kakamega-Webuye Road

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 ResearcherID: GLT-3689-2022

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-18

Dr. Wangila Eric Wekesa

Eric holds a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed. Scie, BSc. with specialization in Biochemistry and Zoology and a Post-graduate diploma in Education. He has extensive research in the application of emerging technology in classroom instruction. He has published several articles in internationally referred journals and his works highly cross referenced and has mentored many scholars. Currently, he Lectures at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology in the school of education, Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology. He doubles as an exam coordinator of the department.

Some of his key published works include: -

  1. John O. Shiundu, Moses W. Poipoi, Caroline S. Wekullo, James B. Ouda, Eric W. Wangila and Lavender Mwanzo, Enid Keseko, and Peter Bukhala. (2022). The Psychosocial Effect of COVID-19 on the Livelihood of BorderLand Communities in the Lake Victoria Region of Kenya.
  2. Knight T. & Wangila E.w (2020). The Effect of Frequency of Tests and Examinations on Curriculum Implementation in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science (IJSEAS) – Volume-6, Issue-6, June 2020. https://ijseas.com/volume6/v6i6/ijseas20200615.pdf
  3. Ireri, B. R; King’endo, M; Wekesa, E. W & Thuranira, S (2020). Policy strategies for effective implementation of inclusive education in Kenya. International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies. Vol.12(1), pp. 28-42, January-June 2020.https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1250197.pdf.
  4. Ireri, B. R; King’endo, M; Wekesa, E. W & Thuranira, S (2020). Structural modification challenges facing the implementation of inclusive education policy in public secondary schools in Tharaka-Nithi County. International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies. Vol.12(2), pp. 147-158, July-December 2020 .https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1269353.pdf
  5. Ireri, B & Wekesa, E.W. (2019). The impact of stakeholder’s involvement towards the implementation of inclusive education in public secondary schools-Kenya. American educational research journal.
  6. Njeri E; Shiundu, J.O & Wekesa, E.W. (2019). Teaching /Learning Resources and the Implementation of Agriculture Curriculum in Kakamega Central Sub-County, Kenya. Journal of Education and Practice Vol.10, No.19. ISSN 2222-1735. https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/234642747.pdf.
  7. Wekesa, E.W. (2016). Computer Based Instruction. Lambert Academic Publishing. ICSBN 97836597511905.
  8. Wasike D. W; Wekesa E. W. & Amadalo M.M. (2013). A computer Simulated Module for Teaching Cell Division in Secondary School Biology. International Journal of Research and Development Vol.2 (5), pp 114-130 .
  9. Wasike D. W; Wekesa E. W; Indiku M. & Maiyo J. (2008). Student’s reactions to the use of computers in science in selected Kenyan secondary schools. PEC 9(9): 107-114.
  10. Wekesa, E.W; Kiboss, J. K. & Ndirangu, M. (2006). Improving Students’ Understanding and Perception of Cell Theory in School Biology using a Computer-Based Instruction Simulation Program. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia vol. 15(4).
  11. Ndirangu, M; Kiboss, J.K. & Wekesa, E. W. (2005). Reflections from a Computer Simulations on Cell Division in selected Kenyan Secondary Schools. The Science Education Review, 4 (4).
  12. Kiboss, J.K; Ndirangu, M. & Wekesa, E. W. (2004).Effectiveness of a Computer-Mediated Simulations Program in School Biology on Pupils’ Learning outcome in Cell Theory. Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol.13 (2).


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