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Asst. Lecturer  and Coordinator, Teaching Practice and School Based Programmes

Phone Number: 0727 833 373

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Publications

  • Kimani, G. N., Kara A. M. and Ogetange, T. B. (2012). “Teachers and Pupils views on Persistent use of Corporal Punishment in Managing Discipline in Primary Schools in Starehe Division, Kenya.” International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2(19): 268-274. ISSN 2220 – 8488.
  • Kimani, G. N., Kara A. M. and Nyala, L. M.  (2012). “Students’ Sexual Behavior in the Context of HIV/AIDS Education in the Public Secondary Schools: A case for Kangundo Division, Kenya” International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2(23): 37-44. ISSN 2220 – 8488.
  • Kimani, G. N., Kara A. M., Njagi, L. W. and Ruinge, M. W. (2012). “Students’ experiences and Perceptions of Master of Business Administration Programme offered through Distance Education at Kenyatta University, Kenya.” Journal of Continuing, Open and Distance Education July 2012 207-229. ISSN 2074 – 4722
  • Kimani, G. N., Kara A. M. and Njagi, L. W. (2013). “Teacher Factors Influencing Students Academic Achievement in Secondary Schools in Nyandarua County, Kenya. “International Journal of Education and Research (1): 3 March 2013. ISSN 2201 – 6333.
  • Kimani, G. N. and Kara A. M. (2012). “Learners’ Perception of Support Services in Distance Education: A case of Bachelor of Education Students at Kenyatta University, Kenya. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 10(1): January 2013 issue. ISSN 1550-6908.  
  • David, K. Serem, Njeri, G. M. and Kara, A. M. (2013). Educational Planning: Analysis of Cost-Sharing Policy in Kenyan Public Universities. International Journal of Current Research, 5(5): 1325-1331. ISSN 0975-833X.  
  • Kara, A. M. and Njeri, G. M. (2013). Promoting Access and Participation in Basic Education among Nomadic Pastoralists: A case for North Eastern Province, Kenya. Elixir Social Studies 63, 18693-18699. ISSN 2229-712X.  
  • Kara, A. M. and Njeri, G. M. (2014). Exploring the Potential of Public-Private Partnership in Provision of Basic Education to the Urban Poor in Kenya. International Journal of Current Research. ISSN 0975-833X.  

Book Chapter

  • Serem, D. K. & Kara A. M. (2015). The Role of Maasai Mara University in Promoting Sustainable Development. A Book Chapter in Jacob, W. James, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager (Eds). “Community Engagement in Higher Education: Policy Reforms and Practice”.Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Conference Attended

  • International Conference on Industry and Higher Education: Conference held on 24th - 26th of October, 2012 at the MUA campus grounds in South C, Nairobi.
  • Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference. Conference held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) on June 25-29, 2013.

Collaborations and Linkages

University of Pau-France

It was requested that MMU to host one French Master of Tourism student for internship in 2014.The details to be discussed between Dean Tourism MMU and Director Tourism University of Pau France after the conference.

Clemson University - U.S.A.

Exchange research, training and workshop conference Developing a tourism information system for Maasai Mara Game Reserve

University of Bordeaux 3-France

Establishment of a French Language Institute/ centre Maasai Mara University is currently teaching French language to students undertaking tourism, arts and hospitality courses.

Aarhus University- Denmark

Establish and promote joint research, development projects and academic cooperation with focus on the Maasai Mara (ecosystem, living conditions, economic growth and biodiversity)

Regents University-London-U.K

Areas of collaboration: Education cooperation and articulation programmes. Research collaboration Exchange of students, faculty and staff members Joint consultancy activities Knowledge transfer Participation in seminar and academic meetings Exchange of academic materials and other information.

Kenya Industrial Estates

Create incubation centers and incubate student's projects with potential for commercialization. Attachment of MMU staff to enterprise funded through KIE for purposes of gaining experience that would be ploughed back into teaching.

University of Hertfordshire.- London-U.K

To conduct a survey to identify current research, educational, policy and regulatory activities (Governmental, academic, NGO)

University of Munster, Germany

The parties agree to collaborate in the following area of mutual interest: Explore possibilities for joint research programmes, Exchanges for students.

Physical Address

Maasai Mara University

P.O. Box 861 - 20500, Narok, Kenya 

Email: info@mmarau.ac.ke

Tel: +254 020 5131400

Admission Enquiries: reg.aa@mmarau.ac.ke
 
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