Articles

Matildah K. Nakazwe

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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS DONE

Publications

Books

Nakazwe M. K. (2012)   Geography teachers execution of field project in high schools: Survey of UNZA trained Geography teachers of Lusaka and Kafue Districts. Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing (ISBN 978-3-659-14961-0)

Book Chapters

Nakazwe, M.K.K (2016). Teaching and Learning Resources in Environmental Education Research, In 'Learning Sustainable Development Goals through Environmental Education. ISBN 978-9982-70-161-7. Lusaka: UNZA Press.

Nakazwe, M.K and Muchanga, M.  (2015). ‘Climate Change Education in the School Curricula of Zambia ‘in Climate Change Education in Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) School Curriculum. Pretoria:  University of South Africa.

Documents Reviewed

2015:  Reviewed a manuscript for the International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, entitled ‘A model for the management of workload of Academic Staff at a developing University of Technology in South Africa. Manuscript ID:  IJSHE-02-2015-0015.

2014: Reviewed a manuscript for the International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, entitled ‘Mainstreaming sustainability considerations into a Kenyan University’. Manuscript ID: IJSHE-09-2014-0144.R1

2013: Reviewed an Article entitled ‘Home Economics Curriculum in Vocational Training institute in Zambia; Issues and Perspectives.’ For ZANGO, UNZA Press.

Reviewed a module LSE 3040: Learning and Teaching Techniques in Environmental Education for the Institute of distance Education. (2014)

Research  Completed

2016:  Nakazwe, M., Chipatu L., Mubita, K., and Bwalya,  I. ‘An Investigation of Transport Safety Measures and Awareness in selected schools of Western, Northern Province and Copper belt Provinces’

2015: Mubita, K., Nakazwe, M., Chipatu, L and Bwalya, I. ‘A risk Assessment of Selected School of Kafue District of Zambia’.

2014: Nakazwe, M.K, Chipatu, L. and Zulu, H.E. ‘Greening Institutions: A case of the University of Zambia’. (Self sponsored).Research findings were presented at the Environmental Education Association for Southern Africa held at the University of Namibia in Windhoek, Namibia.

 2014: Nakazwe, M.K, Chipatu, L. , Cheelo, P.N. and Mudenda, S.S. Zambian Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Practices that Promote Environmental Sustainability: A Case of the Lozi culture’. (Self sponsered).Research findings were presented at the Environmental Education Association for Southern Africa conference held at the University of Namibia in Windhoek, Namibia.

2013: Nakazwe, M.K.  and Muchanga, M. ‘Climate Change Education in the School Curricula of Zambia’ (Sponsored by University of South Africa.)   

2012: Nakazwe, M.K., Chipatu, L and Zulu, H.E. ‘Teaching Techniques and Resources that can promote behavior Change in Learners” Finding of the research were presented at Rhodes University in South Africa on 11th September

 2011: Nakazwe, M. K. ‘Effectiveness of UNZA trained degree holder Geography Teachers in Executing the field project in Zambian High Schools of Lusaka and Kafue districts’

 

   

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