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Physics Department

Physics department is a core department charged with the responsibility of championing academic matters pertaining to Physics at CEMASTEA. The department’s core mandate is to capacity build secondary physics and primary science teachers within Kenya and other African countries.  Through development of innovative learning activities, the department endeavors to boost the interest of learners in the physics subject.

Vision

A department of excellence in Teacher Professional Development in STEM education and specifically secondary physics and primary science

Mission

To transform teaching of physics in secondary schools, and science in primary schools by continuously developing teacher competences for effective  curriculum delivery and improved quality of education.

Core Functions

  1. Conducting  research on classroom instruction to inform training content in Physics
  2. Development of needs based training materials
  3. Development of innovative teaching and learning resources
  4. Conduct training for secondary school teachers, primary school teachers and other stake holders
  5. Conduct monitoring and evaluation of training in Kenya  and  the Africa region.

Core values

  1. Timeliness
  2. Professionalism
  3. Teamwork
  4. Integrity 
  5. Efficiency

Contact Dean Physics

Mr. Philip Maate

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Quality Policy Statement

CEMASTEA is committed to providing continuous professional development of teachers in STEM education, and related services to its customers and stakeholders, in a timely efficient and effective manner

CEMASTEA is committed to satisfying customer, organizational, legal and ISO 9001:2015 requirements and to the continual improvement of its quality management system.

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CEMASTEA Newsletter

We are pleased to present to our esteemed clients, stakeholders and staff the Issue 010 April- June 2022 of CEMASTEA INFO Newsletter. Click here to view

JOMSTE

Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (JOMSTE)! Are you looking for a journal to publish your work? Click here for more information and Guidelines for Authors.

Introducing CEMASTEA’s Practitioner Journal of Mathematics and Science Teachers

CEMASTEA has established a Practitioner Journal of Mathematics and Science Teachers (PJM&ST). The PJM&ST publishes peer reviewed articles sourced from reflections by practitioners in the Education and Training Sector. The articles published in Volume 1 Issue 1 of PJM&ST for the FY 2021/2022 address issues of practice that target to inform effective curriculum implementation. CEMASTEA invites practitioners in the Education and Training Sector to contribute articles in the upcoming Volumes and Issues of the PJM&ST. Click here to access the journal. The journal is also accessible on CEMASTEA Content Repository using the link: https://repository.cemastea.ac.ke/course/view.php?id=41 and on the Online Journal System using the link: https://ojs.cemastea.ac.ke/

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Our Location

Centre for Mathematics, Science & Technology
Education in Africa (CEMASTEA)
P.O.Box 24214-00502
Karen,Nairobi
Karen Road-Bogani Road  Junction
Tel: 020-2044406 ,+254 706 722697/+254 780 797648
Email: director@cemastea.ac.ke

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