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Dr Lewis Madhlangobe

Lecturer

Dr Lewis Madhlangobe
PhD(Texas State University), M.E(Mexico), B.Ed(UCED,UZ)
Curriculum Issues: Educational Administration, Leadership and Supervision; Measurement and Evaluation; Project and Programme Evaluation; Government and Educational Policy and Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness; and Indigenous Ways of Knowing.

Research Groups: American Education Research Association, LinkedIn Research Network, Adult Education Transitions, Texas Educators Association, OSSREA

Publications:
Current Research and Publications
Books/Book Chapters & Modules: 
Madhlangobe, L., (2014). Module BECD201 Computer Application to ECD contexts. ZOU Publishing House. Harare
Madhlangobe, L., (2012). Increased parental involvement in the schools: A strategy to enhance classroom and educational administration and Leadership. Book Chapter. Sage Publications. sgo.sagepub.com

Most Recent Publications Referenced Journals
Recent articles published in refereed journals
Madhlangobe, L., Mawere, D., & Hungwe, G. (2015). Attributes if outstanding school principals in Zimbabwe: A case study of two Bulawayo Metropolitan Schools. Journal of Education Research and Behavioral Sciences Vol. 4(1), pp. 33-47 January, 2015. Available online at http://www.apexjournal.org. ISSN 2315-8735©2015 Apex Journal International.
Madhlangobe, L., Chikasha, J., Mafa, O., & Kurasha. (2014) Persistence, perseverance, and success (PPS): A case study to describe motivational factors that encourage Zimbabwe Open University ODL students to enroll, persist, and graduate with master’s and doctorate credentials. SAGE Open July-September 2014: 1–15. The Author(s) 2014. DOI: 10.1177/2158244014544291. sgo.sagepub.com
Madhlangobe, L., & Madhlangobe, T. (2014). Self-reported teacher experiences with effective school improvement leadership practices. EJES Journal of Educational Leadership.
Madhlangobe, L., (2012). Increased parental involvement in the schools: A strategy to enhance classroom and educational administration and Leadership. Book Chapter. Sage Publications. sgo.sagepub.com
Madhlangobe, L., Gordon, S.P. (2012). Culturally responsive leadership in a culturally and linguistically diverse school: A case study of the practices of one school leader.

Dr Steven Mahere

Lecturer

Dr Stephen Max Mahere FCIS
PhD(UZ); MBA(UZ); PGDE(UZ); BSc(UZ); FCIS(ICSA); CSTT Admin (Japan)
Research Interests: Educational Administration, Leadership and Supervision, Measurement and Evaluation, Project and Programme Evaluation, Government and Education Policy and Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness, Educational Planning and Financial Management.

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Publications: 
Published the following books and Research Studies:
Mahere, S. M. and Masango, R. B. (1990). “Project in Secondary Mathematics” Book 1; and Teacher’s Book 1;The College Press.
Mahere, S. M. and Masango, R. B. (1991). “Project in Secondary Mathematics” Books 2; and Teacher’s Book 2.The College Press.
Mahere, S. M. and Masango, R. B. (1991). “Project in Secondary Mathematics” Books 3; and Teacher’s Book 3.The College Press.
Mahere, S. M. and Masango, R. B. (1992). “Project in Secondary Mathematics” Books 4.Teacher’s Book 4.The College Press.
Mahere, S. M. (2014). A Study of Ethics and Professionalism in Zimbabwe’s Education System. Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. University of Zimbabwe. 
Mahere, S. M. (2001).Financial Policy. Zimbabwe Red Cross Society.
Mahere, S.M. (2000) Constitution of the Baphalali Swaziland Red Cross Society. Mbabane. Swaziland.
Kronman, G.; Mahere S. M. and Dlamini, B. (2000): Investing in Self- Reliance: Mid-Term Evaluation of a three – year Resource Development Project in Baphalali Swaziland Red Cross Society.
Mahere S. M. (1996): Instructional Supervision: a Perspective of Heads of Schools and Teachers in Zimbabwe.
Mahere S. M. Pfukani P. P. and Moyo D. A Survey of the Book/Pupil Ratios in Zimbabwe’s Primary and Secondary Schools. MOESC, Head Office, Harare.
Mahere S. M. (2001): A Study of the Role of Marketing Research in Managerial Decision – making: A case study of Harare- based food – Manufacturing Organisations, February 2001.
Mahere S. M. (1984) Teachers’ Perception of their Role in Zimbabwe – December 1984.

Educational Administration Staff

CHAIRMAN & LECTURER

CLEOPHAS PETER CHIDAKWA

M.Ed. Educational Administration (UZ); B.Ed Educational Administration (UZ).
Research Interests: Policy Planning: Programme and Project Evaluation
Research Groups: Impact Research International in Zimbabwe, HRRC, Faculty Research Team and Educational Administration Research Team
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Lecturer

Dr Stephen Max Mahere FCIS
PhD(UZ); MBA(UZ); PGDE(UZ); BSc(UZ); FCIS(ICSA); CSTT Admin (Japan)
Research Interests: Educational Administration, Leadership and Supervision, Measurement and Evaluation, Project and Programme Evaluation, Government and Education Policy and Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness, Educational Planning and Financial Management.

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Lecturer

Dr Lewis Madhlangobe
PhD(Texas State University), M.E(Mexico), B.Ed(UCED,UZ)
Curriculum Issues: Educational Administration, Leadership and Supervision; Measurement and Evaluation; Project and Programme Evaluation; Government and Educational Policy and Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness; and Indigenous Ways of Knowing.

Research Groups: American Education Research Association, LinkedIn Research Network, Adult Education Transitions, Texas Educators Association, OSSREA

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Lecturer

Mr Christopher Tapfumaneyi Mandizvidza

M.Ed (UZ); B.Ed (UZ)

Major: Educational Administration

Research Interests: Educational Management and Supervision.

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Lecturer

Mrs Sibusiso Roselyn Chitekuteku

M.Ed (UZ); Certificate in Educational Planning,(IIEP);B.Ed (UZ)

Major: Educational Administration

Research Interests: Educational Planning and Programme and Project Evaluation.

Research Groups: OSREA, HRRC, Impact Research International in   Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Educational Leadership and Management Association (ZELMA) and Zimbabwe Evaluation and Research Association(ZERA)

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Secretary

 

Ms M.N. Tsomondo

Certificate in Secretarial Studies (Pitman), English for Business Communications (Pitman), Customer Care (UZ) Supervisory Management.

Mrs Sibusiso Roselyn Chitekuteku

 Lecturer

Mrs Sibusiso Roselyn Chitekuteku

M.Ed (UZ); Certificate in Educational Planning,(IIEP);B.Ed (UZ)

Major: Educational Administration

Research Interests: Educational Planning and Programme and Project Evaluation.

Research Groups: OSREA, HRRC, Impact Research International in   Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Educational Leadership and Management Association (ZELMA) and Zimbabwe Evaluation and Research Association(ZERA)

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Publications:

Chidakwa. C., Chitekuteku, S.R., Kapfunde, C.L.K., (2014). An evaluation of the progress of gender equity and equality initiatives in education in Zimbabwe: a review of the Nziramasanga Commission on gender equity in education. (Accepted for publication in the second volume of the symposium on the Presidential Commission of Enquiry into Education and Training (The Nziramasanga Commission).

Chitekuteku, S.R. Evaluation of stigma index for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Chidakwa. C. and Chitekuteku. S.R.,(2012) A survey of the purpose of extra classes provided in primary schools of Harare province and their implications on the quality of education. In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research Vol: 24 Number 1.

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