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Mrs Beatrice Bondai

Lecturer

 

M.Ed Psychology (UZ); B.Ed English (UZ) Psychology C.E.(Secondary)(Gweru Teachers’ College an Associate College, University of Zimbabwe)    

Development.

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 Research Interests: Social Psychology, Educational Testing & Measurement, Cognitive Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Personality Theories & Personality Development, Language Development, Gender and Development

 

Publications

  • Bondai, B. and Muchenje, F. ‘Teachers’ Coping Strategies in Financial Difficulties: A Case Study of the Classroom Tuckshop Phenomenon in Zimbabwe Urban Primary Schools in Norton’, in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 20. No. 3, November, 2008, pp. 261 – 279.

 

  • Goronga, P. and Muchenje, F. and Bondai, B. ‘The Impact of Teacher Incentives In Boosting Teacher Morale In Zimbabwean Primary Schools: A Case Study Of Selected Schools In Chinhoyi Urban’. in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, Vol.23 No. 2, July 2011, pp. 170-185.

 

 

  • Rwodzi M. and Muchenje, F. and Bondai, B. ‘Student Teacher Perceptions of the Role of Classroom Mentors on Attachment Teaching Practice: The Case at Morgan ZINTEC College’ in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, Vol.23 No.3, November 2011, pp. 236-258.

 

  • Bondai, B. (2011). Physical Abuse of the Girl Child: An Investigation in Three Mutare Urban Secondary Schools. Lambert Academic Publishing, U.S.A.

  • Bondai, B.;Gora, R. and Muchenje, F. ‘Language and Gender: Implications on the Development of Female Self Concept in Zimbabwe’ in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 24 No.1, March 2012, pp.13-24.

  • Muchenje, F, Goronga, P and Bondai, B. ‘Zimbabwe’s Language Policy In Education and the Silenced Voices: A Case Study of Nyanja/Chewa Speaking Pupils from Porta and Kintyre Primary Schools in Zvimba, Zimbabwe’ in Academic Research International, Vol. 4 No.2, March 2013,pp.500-511.

 

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