Augustine Mwangi

Augustine Mwangi attained a Bachelor of Education Arts (B.Ed. Arts); Master of Education M.Ed Egerton University. He is trained in Public Policy Formulation in the National Assembly of Kenya by the United States International University And East Africa Parliamentary institute in 2003.   Mr Mwangi has also been trained in Community development; Strategies for Poverty Reduction in Africa in 2009 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem-Israel.

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AM, G.  2013.  Pedagogical Integration of ICT: An Evaluation of Programmes and Software usage for teaching and learning in selected institutions in Kenya, 18th April 2013. The Academic Conference in the School of Continuing and Distance Education 2013. , Kikuyu Campus Abstract

The paper is based on the findings the Panafrican Research Agenda The purpose of the Panafrican Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of ICT was to contribute to the broadening of knowledge of ICT usage in learning institutions. The research project aimed at enabling stakeholders better understand how the pedagogical integration of ICT can improve the quality of teaching and learning in Africa. This paper therefore presents an analysis of data collected in 10 Kenyan institutions. The paper focuses on the programmes and software usage and the impact on teaching and learning. It aims at exploring in detail the current impact of ICT usage in schools exploring the computer programmes, software and packages used in teaching and learning. A multi -case approach was used where by ten institutions were selected using similar procedures to allow comparison between the cases. The study used a mixed method approach. This approach borrows from diverse methodologies and facilitates triangulation of data. For every indicator understudy, information was gathered using three different questionnaires and directed interview schedules: The educator questionnaire for teachers, the administrative questionnaire for institutional heads the learner interview schedule and the parent’s interview schedule. The questionnaires and interviews were followed by focus group discussions with the respondents. The interviews and discussions were recorded while the videotaped classroom observations later encoded and analyzed. Data was then validated by a national team before it was uploaded to the Panafrican observatory. The findings presented in this paper are based on data uploaded on the Panafrican Research Agenda Observatory
Keywords: ICT in education, pedagogical integration,


Gatotoh, AM, Kariuki DK.  2012.  GROUP SYNERGY: A BEHAVIOURAL THRUST FOR MICRO-ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH FOR WOMEN IN INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Vol. 2 No. 5; March 2012 (5):255-262.group_synergy_a_behavioural_thrust_for_micro-entrepreneurial.pdf


Gatotoh, AM.  2011.  Behavior Change: An Assessment of Correctional Counselling . , Saarbrücken, Germany: Lap Academic publishing
Gatotoh, AM, Omulema B, E., D N.  2011.  Correctional AttitudesAn Impetus for a Paradigm Shift in Inmate Rehabilitation . International Journal of Humanities and Social Science . Vol. 1 No. 4; April 2011 (4):263-270.correctional_attitudesan_impetus_for_a_paradigm_shift_in_inmate_rehabilitation.pdf


Gatotoh, A.M, N.W G.  2009.  Empowering Communities Through Adult Education: Closing The Chasm Through Distance Learning , 24 November. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH IN ADULT EDUCATION. , Makerere University Uganda

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