Josephine holds a Master of Science in Education Management (MscEM) from Strathmore University and a Bachelor degree in Education (B.Ed Arts) from Kenyatta University. She is currently pursuing her PHD studies.
Prior to her going fully into academia, Josephine was the Faculty Manager in School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) from 2009 to October 2016. She is a lecturer in Communication Skills and is also a facilitator in the Teachers Enhancement Programme (TEP). SI offers TEP courses to school principals and teachers with the objective of giving back to them their sense of their social importance in educating Kenyan citizens. Her conviction that teachers are major contributors to the moral fibre of the nation is what motivates her to engage in training teachers. Her interest in education management and teacher education propelled her to study the concept of Peer Observation In Teaching in Higher Education for her Masters dissertation. Her area of interest as she pursues her PHD is Communication in Education Management.
Prior to joining Strathmore University she has had many years’ hands-on experience of school management as well as teaching English and Literature.
PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS
- Master’s Dissertation: Factors affecting Peer Observation in Teaching in School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Strathmore University.
- PGDEM project: Factors influencing Staffroom Culture and its impact on National Examinations.