Dr. Wycliffe Lugoe

Dr. Lugoe is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Education.

Mr. Godwin Nko

 Mr. Godwin U. Nko is a Tutorial Assistant in Curriculum and Teaching. Mr. Godwin Bachelor of Education with arts from University of Dar es Salaam. He assists courses in curriculum and teaching and English teaching methods at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are in language methods and curriculum.

 

 

 

Mr. Nkuba Mabula

Assistant Lecturer and Associate Dean, Faculty of Education

Mr. Nkuba Mabula, Associate Dean, Faculty of Education, DUCE. Mr. Nkuba Mabula is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology. Mr. Mabula completed first degree in BSc. Ed. And a Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2007 and 2009 respectively. Before joining the University teaching in March 2008, Mr. Mabula briefly worked as a Secondary School Teacher between June 2007 and March 2008. Before his appointment as

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Mr. Tawi Yotham

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Tawi Yotham is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology. Mr. Tawi Yotham completed first degree in B.A. Ed and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2002 and 2010 respectively. Before joining Dar es Salaam University College of Education in March 2008, Mr. Tawi Yotham worked as a Secondary School Teacher between June

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Ms. Rehema Japhet

Assistant Lecturer

Ms. Rehema Japhet is Assistant Lecturer in Curriculum and Teaching. She is the coordinator of Curriculum and Teaching Unit. Ms. Japhet holds Master of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Education with arts from the University of Dar es Salaam and Diploma in Education from Mpwapwa Teachers College. She teaches courses in curriculum and teaching pedagogy at undergraduate level. Her main research areas of interest are in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, pedagogical content knowledge in teacher education.

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Mr. Gissa Andrew

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Gissa Andrew Head educational Psychology Unit. Mr. Gissa is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology. Mr. Gissa Andrew completed first degree in B. Ed (Psy) and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2006 and 2010 respectively. Before joining the academy in March 2008, Mr. Gissa briefly worked as Education Officer II at Tabora Teachers College between October 2006 and February 2008. He teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are Developmental Psychology, Prejudice and Inter Group Relations and Teaching and Learning.

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Dr. Luka Mkonongwa

Lecturer

Dr. Luka Mkonongwa is a lecturer in Educational Psychology and Education. Dr. Mkonongwa completed his B.A (Education) and Master of Arts in Applied Psychology in the University of Dar es Salaam, 2002 and 2006 respectively. Dr. Mkonongwa has successfully defended his PhD in 2012 at the University of Dublin Ireland. Before going for PhD studies worked as associate dean practicum 2008 to 2009.  His main research interests are Child Care and Social Support, E-Learning, Guidance and Counselling

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Mr. Faustine Bwire Masath

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Faustine Bwire Masath, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education. Mr. Masath, Faustine. B. is an Assistant Lecturer in Psychology and Education. He completed his first degree in B.Ed. (Psychology) (Hons) and a Master degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es Salaam in 2008 and 2011 respectively. Before joining the academy in July, 2009, Mr. Masath briefly worked as Education Officer II at Tarime Teachers College between August, 2008 and July 2009. Currently, Mr. Masath teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at undergraduate level. His main research interests are in career and job satisfaction, moral development, self-esteem, aggression, stress coping strategies, and Survey Research. He is currently working on an article on youth moral deterioration.

Physical: Faculty of Education Building, Room 21, Educational Psychology Department
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Mr. Budeba P. Mlyakado

                                                         

Budeba Petro Mlyakado (Mr.)

PhD Research Student – City University of Hong Kong (September, 2013 – August, 2016)

MA (Applied Social Psychology) – University of Dar es Salaam (2007 – 2009)

B. Ed (Arts) – University of Dar es Salaam (2003 -2007)

Assistant Lecturer

 

Mr. Budeba Petro Mlyakado joined DUCE as Tutorial Assistant, in August, 2009, the position he served for three months and became an Assistant Lecturer in November, 2009. He completed his first degree, Bachelor of Education in Arts (Honours) and master degree, Master of Arts in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es Salaam in 2007 and 2009 respectively. Mr. Mlyakado is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies. However, currently, he is on study leave, pursuing his PhD at the Department of Applied Social Sciences of the City University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong SAR.

 

Before joining the academia, Mr. Mlyakado briefly taught English Language in two different private Secondary Schools (Marian High School and Nianjema Secondary School). While working with Nianjema Secondary School, he was appointed Senior Examination Master of the school, the position he served to the time he left Nianjema for DUCE. At DUCE, he has taught courses in Psychology, Pedagogy, and Research Methods in Education at undergraduate and PGDE levels. Currently, he is co-teaching ‘Sexuality, Culture and Diversity’ at City University of Hong Kong at undergraduate level.

 

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Mr. Winston Edward

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Edward, Winston is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology Unit. Mr. Winston completed first degree in B.Sc (Education) and Master’s degree in Education Science at the University of Dar es salaam in 2002 and 2006 respectively. Before joining the academy in 2005, Mr. Winston briefly worked as Education Officer II at Chang’ombe Teachers College between October 2002 and February 2005. He teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are Personality Psychology, Curriculum Development, Teaching and Learning.

 
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Mgumba, Batista Francis

Assistant Lecturer

Mgumba, Batista Francis is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology Unit. Mr. Mgumba completed first degree in B.A(Ed) and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2000 and 2006 respectively. Before joining the academy in March 2008, Mr. Mgumba briefly worked as Education Officer II at Mkwawa and Kibaha high school and Mpwapwa Teachers College between 2003 and 2008. He teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are Special Education and Teaching and Learning. 

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Research Interest: Special Needs Education, and Guidance and Counselling

Mr. Onditi Hezron

Mr. Hezron Zacharia Onditi

Assistant Lecturer,

Department of Educational Psychology &Curriculum Studies (EPCS).

 

Mr. Onditi completed first degree in B. Ed (Psychology) 1st class honours in 2006, and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology in 2008 at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Currently, Mr. Onditi is a Doctoral student in Developmental Psychology at the University of British Columbia in Canada. He teaches courses in Human development and learning; Research methods in education; Psychoeducational intervention; Career education and counselling; Educational assessment and evaluation. He has refereed publications on career choice in adolescents and help-seeking behaviour among young people. His current contributions include scholarly presentations on cyberbullying, cybervictimization and coping strategies in adolescents at various international conferences in the field. In general, Mr. Onditi's research focuses on children and adolescents development and well-being.

Key words: Cyberbullying; School bullying; Coping; School climate; Career; Social skills; Child/Parent/Teacher/Peer relations; College teaching and learning.  

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Mr. Albini A. Saragu

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Saragu holds Diploma in Education from Marangu TTC before he graduated in B.Ed. Arts (Hons) from the University of Dar es Salaam in 2006 where he studied Education and Geography as core subjects. In addition to his core subjects, he opted courses in Music and studied piano as his key instrument. The opportunity to formerly learn music and piano enabled him to pursue piano examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) up to grade five during his undergraduate studies besides internal university examinations and the ABRSM grade five Music Theory which he had attained before joining the University.Having successfully completed Bachelors programme, Mr. Saragu was subsequently employed in September 2006 as a Tutorial Assistant in Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies at the Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) while embarking on M.A. Education.His research and dissertation on “The Role of Music Activities in Promoting Childhood Development and Learning in Pre-primary schools”was co-supervised by Professor AkundaeliMbise (Psychology) and Professor Mitchel Strumpf (Music). Upon successful completion of M. A. Education in 2008, he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies. Due to the acute shortage of staff in music, Mr. Saragu also worked concurrently as an Assistant Lecturer and piano instructor at the Department of Fine and Performing Arts of the University of Dar es Salaam from 2008 to 2012 before he embarked on PhD studies.

Apart from academic work, Mr. Saragu also served the Faculty of Education and the College as Examinations Officer, Associate Dean Practicum and the Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies between 2009 and 2012. He is currently a Commonwealth PhD Scholar in Music Psychology at the School of Music, University of Leeds, UK., and his PhD project focuses on “Designing Children’s Music Activities Using Multicultural Musical Traditions” co-supervised by Dr. Karen Burland and Dr. Luke Windsor.

Research interests

Mr. Saragu’s broad research interest areas in Education and Psychology include: Early Childhood Care and Education, Developmental Psychology and Educational Measurement and Evaluation. Having maintained interest in music, his research interest areas also encompass Developmental Psychology of Music, Music Education, Multicultural Musical Traditions in Children’s Musical Development and Learning, and Virtuosity in Singing and Bodily Movements. 

Disseminated Research Work

Saragu, A. A. (2016a). Developing a multicultural model of children’s music and movement activities. Presented at the 17th International Seminar of the Early Childhood Music Education (ECME) on Young Children’s Musical Identities: Global perspectives. 17-22 July 2016, Ede, The Netherlands http://www.ecmecommission.org/ecme2016

Saragu, A. A. (2016a). Developing a multicultural model of children’s music and movement activities. Paper and poster presented at the 32ndInternational Society for Music Education (ISME) World Conference on Music Education24-29 July 2016, Glasgow, UK.http://www.isme2016glasgow.org/userfiles/file/isme/ISME-Conference-Programme-Final.pdf

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Research Interest: Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Adolescence and Music Education.

Mr. Kija Lucas

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Kija Lucas is an Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology Unit. Mr. Kija completed first degree in B.A(Ed) and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2001 and 2007 respectively. Before joining the academy in March 2008, Mr. Kija briefly worked as Education Officer II at Mpwapwa Teachers College between 2002 and 2007. He teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are Special Education and Teaching and Learning. 

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Ms. Ikupa Moses

Assistant Lecturer

Miss Ikupa Moses is as Assistant Lecturer in Educational Psychology Unit. Miss. Ikupa completed B.Ed. (ADE) and Master of Arts in Applied Social Psychology 2002 and 2006 respectively. Before joining DUCE Miss. Ikupa briefly worked in the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA). She teaches courses in Educational Psychology Unit at undergraduate level. Her main research interests are gender psychology and Teacher  education. Currently, she is a PhD student at Leiden University
  
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Mr. Simeon Hazore Mgode

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Simeon Hazore Mgode, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education, DUCE. Mr. Simeon Mgode is an Assistant Lecturer in Psychology and Education. Mr.Mgode completed first degree in B.Ed (Psy) and Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Dar es salaam in 2006 and 2010 respectively. March 2008, Mr. Mgode worked as Education Officer II at Morogoro Teachers College between September 2006 and February 2008. He teaches courses in psychology and research methods in education at both undergraduate and postgraduate diploma levels. His main research areas of interest are developmental psychology, community psychology, early childhood learning and development, teaching and learning and adolescent (health behaviours in young people)
 

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