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Stephen Ndawula

Stephen Ndawula

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Skills & Interests

Associations

  • School Management Committee, Nambogo P/S, Uganda
    Chairperson 11/2004 – 08/2006

Education History

  • Doctor of Philosophy DPhil (Educational Technology) (12/2009)
    Moi University

Publications

  • Ndawula Stephen and Ayikoru Joyce Asiimwe. (2013). Exploring User Attitudes towards Internet Use: The Role of Gender and Age Difference in Science Journal of Psychology. (null).
  • Ndawula Stephen, Kahuma James, Mwebembezi Johnie and Masagazi Joel. (2013). International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences www.hrmars.com/journals in Getting Schools Ready for Integration of Pedagogical ICT: the Experience of Secondary Schools in Uganda. (null).
  • Ndawula S , Ngobi D H, Namugenyi D and Nakawuki R C. (2012). A Study of End-Users’ Attitudes towards Digital Media Approach: the Experience of a Public University in Uganda in International Journal of Higher Education www.sciedu.ca/ijhe.. (Vol. 1, No. 2; 2012).

Teaching Experience

  • Professional Studies (Current)
    • Kyambogo University – Educational Technology and General Methods of Teaching
    • Teaching Instructional Media and Material Design; and Research Supervisor in Educational Technology for Undergraduate and Graduate students.

Languages

  • English
    • Speaking level: Advanced
    • Reading level: Advanced
  • Ganda
    • Speaking level: Advanced
    • Reading level: Advanced

Presentations

  • • Ndawula Stephen (2008), Attitude towards Using Sponsored Instructional Materials: The Experience of Teachers in Uganda. Symposium I. Education and Training Programme: Aligning missions and quality. IASIA Annual Conference, Kampala, Uganda, 07/14/2008
  • • Wanjala Martin M. S., Ndawula Stephen And Luvisia (2007) Significant Factors In Professional Staff Development For The Implementation Of ICT Education In Secondary Schools. Paper presented to in an International Conference, Moi University Kenya., 07/29/2007

Positions

  • Lecturer, Educational Technology (06/2005 – Current) Kyambogo University