Kedmon N. Hungwe
Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Cognitive and Learning Sciences
Program Coordinator, Peace Corps Masters International
- 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
- Socio-historical perspectives on youth and adolescent development in relation to transitions to adulthood
- Tools, technologies and culture (encompassing communication technologies, work tools, & everyday tools)
- Hungwe, K. (1994). Educational Policy in African Colonial Contexts: The Case of Instructional Media in Southern Rhodesia (1930-1980) Read More
- Journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings
- Kedmon Hungwe, ‘Learning to Labour: Children on Commercial Farms in Zimbabwe.’ Proceedings of the conference Childhood: Exploitation and Danger. The Childhood Project: 5th Global Meeting. Friday 24th July – Sunday 26th July 2015. Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom Read More
- Hungwe, K. (forthcoming). Innovations on school reform: Technology and the impact on curriculum and teaching. In Anne Mungai (ed.) School Reform in High Need Schools: Teaching the next Generation. Sense publishers.
- Hungwe, K., Sorby, S., Molzon, R., Charlesworth, P. & Wang, M. (2014). Supporting the development of spatial visualization in middle grades and high school students. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. DOI: 10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.2014010709 Read More
- Murthy, P., Thompson, M., & Hungwe, K. (2014) The Development of a Semester-long, Inquiry-Based Laboratory Course in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021 J. Chem. Educ. DOI: 10.1021/ed400119u Read More
- Hungwe, K. (2013). The youth demographic: opportunity and challenge for developmental planning: a Zimbabwe case study. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 3 (6): 119-127. Doi:10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n6p119 Read More
- Completing book manuscript on youth to adulthood transitions