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Name: Dr. Rosemary Ogada

Academic Rank: Lecturer

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Academic Qualifications:

Ph.D. in Special Needs Education (SNE) Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University- 2018

M.Ed. in Special Needs Education (SNE) Maseno University – 2012

B.Ed. in Special Needs Education (SNE) Maseno University – 2006

Diploma in Education  

Membership to professional bodies: LINKEDIN

WORK EXPERIENCE

RONGO UNIVERSITY                                                           JAN 2015 – PRESENT Position: Full time lecturer- Special Needs Education

Responsibilities:

§    Drafting course outlines

§    Teaching the courses allocated

§    Setting, moderating, invigilating, marking exams and processing results

§    Assessing, guiding and grading student teachers on teaching practice

§    Carrying out research and assessing student on teaching practice

§    HOD Educational Psychology and Science

MASENO UNIVERSITY                                                                          JAN 2014-DEC 2015

Position: Part-time Lecturer –Special Needs Education; English

TEACHERS’ SERVICE COMMISSION                                                  MAY 1989 -JAN 2015

Position: Teacher/ Teacher counselor/HOD various departments

Responsibilities:

§    Engaged in teaching the laid down curriculum and syllabus: English/Literature; Kenyan Sign Language

§    Develop schemes of work template for the English Department

§    Coordinate departmental activities

§    Carry out academic counseling

§    Teach life skills

THE E-SMART COLLEGE MUMIAS (in collaboration with MAASAI MARA UNIVERSITY) 2011-2013

Position: Part-time lecturer, coordinator of academic programs

Responsibilities:

§    Prepare course outlines

§    Teach, set, administer and mark special needs education exams

§    Guide students on courses available

§    Identify courses to be offered per session/ semester (school-based and regular programs)

§    Draw time-tables and supervise teaching

§    Source lecturers for special education courses

§    Assess students on teaching practice

§    Receive and coordinate moderation and marking of exams in the department of education

§    Assist in other administrative duties as assigned by the director

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Research in education and social science

ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECT

Factors affecting transitional programmes for vocational learners with deaf blindness in Kenya.

PUBLICATIONS

Ogada, R., Oracha, P., Matu, P. M. and Kochung’, E. J. (2012). Strategies Used in Teaching English Composition to Learners with Hearing Impairments in Nyanza.  In Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies 3(5) 638-645 (c) Scholarlink Research Institute Journals, 2012 (ISSN: 2141-6990)

Ogada, R., Oracha, P., Matu, P. M. and Tyeng’o, M. (2014). Languages Used in Teaching English Composition to Learners with Hearing Impairments in Nyanza Province, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Entrepreneurship, 1(12), 1-11

Tyeng’o, M., Kembo-Sure, E., Lonyangapuo, M., Satia, E. and Ogada, R. (2014). Performatives used in Kenyan Coutroom Discourse. In Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, ISSN (PAPER) 2223-5766 (ONLINE) 2225-0484

Luchivya, R. O., Matu, P.M., Juma, S. A. (2016). Level of Communicative Competence of Class Seven Learners with Hearing Impairment in English Composition Writing in Nyanza Province, Kenya. Journal of Arts and Entrepreneurship. Vol.5(5) 1-12

Luchivya, R. O., Juma, S. A. & Oracha, P. A. (2017). Methods of Enhancing English Vocabulary Acquisition in English Composition lessons Among Class Seven Learners with Hearing Impairment in Nyanza Province, Kenya. in Journal of Education (Researchjournali) Vol. 5 | No. 6  June | 2017 ISSN 2347-8225.

Luchivya, R. O. and Juma S. L. A., (2017). Resources Used in Teaching and Learning English Composition Writing Among Learners with Hearing Impairment In Selected Counties in the  Nyanza Region, Kenya. In African Journal of Education and Practice  ISSN 2519-0296

     (Online)   Vol.2, Issue 5 No.1, pp 80 – 88, 2017

Juma, S., L., A. & Ogada, R. L. (2017). Influence of Home Based Factors On Girls

Academic       Achievement in Mixed Secondary Schools: A Case Study of Rongo Sub-County.  International Journal of Arts and Entrepreneurship. Vol. 6 (6) pp 50-59

Ogada, R., Odongo, B. C. and Omoke, C. M (2018). Perspectives of parents on socio-emotional challenges faced in educating learners with Hearing Impairments. International Journal of Arts and Entrepreneurship. Vol. 7 (1) pp 1 –17.

Ogada, R., Odongo, B. C. and Omoke, C. M (2018). Perspectives of parents on challenges faced in monitoring academic progress of learners with Hearing Impairments. Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (SJAHSS).

Juma, S.A.L. and Ogada, R (2018). School-environment and its effects on the academic achievement on girls in secondary education: a case of Kisumu East sub-County. African Journal of Education and Practice.

Ogada, R. (2019). Perspectives of parents on communication challenges faced in educating learners with Hearing Impairments. Journal of education and practice. Vol 10 No.3. ISSN 2222- 288X (Online). www.iiste.org

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