Dr. Florence Kirabo Nampijja
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Mobile: 256 772 619823/ 256 706862180
Research Interest: Curriculum relevancy/ decolonization and Teacher Education
Ph. D Thesis: Integrating indigenous social ethics into an Education Foundations Curriculum: Teacher Educators’ perspectives. Available @ https://vital.seals.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository?exact=sm_creator:%22Nampijja%2C+Florence+Kirabo%22&sort=sort_ss_title%2F)
Masters Thesis: Analysis of appraisal schemes and their contribution towards staff development. A case of Makerere University. (Available @ Makerere University library)
Decolonizing curriculum, Curriculum relevance and Teacher Education
- April, 2023, Uganda:1st International Conference on Curriculum Development.- The value of African wisdom: Reflections on modern education in Uganda.
- May, 2022, Gambia: 3rd African Curriculum Conference-Perspectives of curriculum regulatory authorities on adopting a decolonized curriculum in Uganda. A case of National Curriculum Development Center
- May, 2018, Uganda: 1st African Curriculum Conference – Decolonizing Curriculum: (Re)thinking and (Re)conceptualizing curriculum by integrating indigenous knowledge in policy and practice
- October, 2017, South Africa: 5th South African Education Research Association (SAREA) Conference- Decolonizing University Curriculum: A focus on dismantling western relativistic social ethics for ethical improvement and mindset change in Africa.
- A Master trainer for UNEB on Assessment of a Competency -Based Curriculum: Trained teachers in Karamoja region (August, 2022); Western Uganda (May, 2023) and Northern Uganda (August, 2023)
- Other community engagements: Member of different School Boards in Wakiso District
- Assistant Head of the laity, St. Jude of St. Balikuddembe- Buloba Catholic Parish, Wakiso District.