- Meese Center 210
Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Cognitive and Learning Sciences
- PhD, Michigan State University, 1999
Kedmon Hungwe joined Michigan Technological in 2002. He was previously at the University of Zimbabwe where he was a Senior Lecturer in Education.
Links of Interest
- The development of cognition in relation to cultural contexts of work, school, and informal settings.
- Science education
- Information and communication technologies
- International education
- Englemann, C., Hungwe, K. & Klawiter, M. (2013). Michigan Teacher Excellence Program (MiTEP): Using Lesson Study for Professional Development. In Susan B. Koba, Brenda S. Wojnowski, & Robert E. Yager (eds.) Exemplary Science: Best Practices in Professional Development, Revised 2nd Edition. NSTA Press Read More
- Hungwe, K. (2012). Identity, self-interpretation and workplace change: An investigation of the work activity of machining. Journal of Adult Development. DOI 10.1007/s10804-011-9139-6 Read More
- Hungwe, K. (2010). Designing online learning environments for professional development. In Myint Swe Khine & Issa Saleh (Eds.). New Science of Learning: Cognition, Computers and Collaboration in Education (pp. 469-482). New York: Springer.
- Hungwe, K. (2007) Language policy in Zimbabwean education: historical antecedents and contemporary issues. Compare, 37, 135-149. DOI:10.1080/03057920601165363 Read More
- Hungwe, K., Sorby, S. & Drummer, T. (2007). Preparing K-12 Students for Engineering Studies by Improving 3-D Spatial Skills. International Journal of Learning 14(2), 127-134.
- Parolini, L., Sorby, S. & Hungwe, K. (2006). Developing 3-D Spatial Skills for K-12 Students. Engineering Design Graphics Journal, 70 (3), 1-11.
- Hungwe, K. (2005). Narrative and Ideology: Fifty years of film-making in Zimbabwe. Media, Culture and Society, 27:83-99. Read More
- 1) Cultural contexts of human development: I am exploring the synthesis of cultural historical psychological theory, semiotic theory, and theories about artifacts to develop alternative ways of conceptualizing knowledge. This work is an extension of my recently published work on identify formation published in the Journal of Adult Development. 2) Michigan Tech has awarded me a $13,000 Research Excellence Fund grant to study youth and adolescent development. I am working towards a book publication. The book's theme will be 'coming of age' focusing on the interplay between agency, ideology and social control. The study focuses on Zimbabwe