FACULTY OF EDUCATION


Personal Information

Name:

Mr. Mfaume Hamisi

Assistant Lecturer

Contact Address:

P.O Box 2329,Dar es Salaam,
TANZANIA.
Email: hamisi.mfaume@duce.ac.tz / mfaumeham@gmail.com

Phone #: 0753698433/0786968543



Profile

Mr. Hamisi Mfaume is an Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Education in Educational Foundations, Management  and Lifelong Learning Department (EFMLL). Mr. Mfaume completed Diploma in Education in 2002 at Morogoro Teachers’ college. He received a Bachelor of Education in Arts (Geography) in 2008 and Masters  of Arts in Education (M.A. Education) in 2012 at the University of Dar es Salaam. Prior to the current post, Mr. Mfaume worked as a teacher at Sangu secondary school in Mbeya region between the years 2003 and 2004 and 2008 respectively. Mr. Mfaume teaches courses in Foundations of Education, History of  Education and Teacher Professionalism and Ethics as well, at undergraduate level. His main research areas of interest are teacher ethics and professionalism. Mr. Mfaume is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Education at the University of Dar es Salaam.

Area of Specialization and Research Interests

  • Teacher Professionalism and Ethics
  • Information and Communication Technology in Education

Publications

  1. Mfaume, H., Mgaya, R., & Bilinga, M. (2019).  Harnessing the power of a mobile phone in the promotion of teacher ethics in Tanzania.  International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 15(1), 118-132.
  2. Mfaume, H. (2019). Awareness and use of a mobile phone as a potential pedagogical tool among secondary school teachers in Tanzania. IJEDICT, 15(2), 154-170.
  3. Mfaume, H., Bilinga, M., & Mgaya, R. (2018).  From paper and pencil to mobile phone photo note-taking among Tanzanian university students: Extent, motives and impact on learning. IJEDICT, 14(2), 83-98
  4. Promoting Teachers’ Ethics in Tanzanian Public Secondary Schools: Are Approaches employed by the Teachers’ Service Department Effective? (Journal of Education and Development (2015)
  5. Prevalence of Teachers’ professional Malpractices in Tanzania Public Secondary Schools: What ought to be done? (Journal of Education and Training Studies, Vol 5, No 2 (2017)