We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher's hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world David Warlick

About Me

I am Lucian Ngeze from Tanzania, currently a PhD Research Scholar in Educational Technology in the Department of Educational Technology at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay India.

My areas of research interest include:

  • In-service Teacher Professional Development
  • Use of ICT in Teaching and Learning
  • Active Learning Strategies
  • Online and Blended Learning Design
  • Learner-centred MOOC Design

I am also an academician in the Department of Information Systems and Technology at the University of Dodoma since 2010. I have worked with schools and teachers, through the National ICT Programme for Secondary School Teachers (2011 - 2016), mainly training and facilitating teachers on technology proficiency and technology integration in teaching and learning.

Education

Experience

  • May 2019 to present: Lecturer at the University of Dodoma, Dodoma.
  • April 2013 to April 2019: Assistant Lecturer at the University of Dodoma, Dodoma.
  • March 2010 to April 2013: Tutorial Assistant at the University of Dodoma, Dodoma.
  • January to March 2010: Systems Administrator at the State University of Zanzibar, Zanzibar.

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Research

My research work is on Teacher Professional Development on ICT in education with a focus on training teachers to integrate technology tools in teaching and learning in Tanzania.

Other research areas of interest include:

  • Technology Integration in Teaching and learning
  • Teacher Training
  • Online Courses Design
  • Multimedia content development
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Courses

I offered trainings to teachers in different areas that involves applications of Information Technology in teaching and learning. These Trainings includes the following trainings

Becoming a 21st Century Teacher: The training aimed at introducing school teachers on the 21st century teaching and 21st century skills while integrating technology in their teaching and learning activities. The training was run over MOODLE from May 20 to July 3rd, 2019. In this training a total of 99 secondary school teachers from different parts of Tanzania Participated.

ICT for School Teachers: This Online course was offered to teachers aiming at introducing teachers to learner centered methods in teaching and learning using ICT tools. The course was run over MOODLE from June 15-25, 2018. A total of 174 Secondary School Teachers from different parts of Tanzania participated in this course.

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Projects

  • Trained 19 Teachers on ICT integration in Teaching and Learning at the Dodoma Secondary School, Dodoma, Tanzania. This was done from 28th – 30st June, 2019.
  • Trained 8 Teachers on ICT integration in Teaching and Learning at the Kola Secondary School, Morogoro, Tanzania. This was done from 12th – 15st June, 2019.
  • Trained 18 Teachers on ICT integration in Teaching and Learning at the Kola Secondary School, Morogoro, Tanzania. This was done from 11th – 15st December, 2018.
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Publications

Journal Publications

  1. Ngeze, L.V. (2016). Ngeze, L.V. (2016). ICT Integration in Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools in Tanzania: Readiness and Way Forward , International Journal of Information and Education Technology, Vol. 7, No. 6, June 2016.
  2. Ngeze, L.V. (2016). Learning Management Systems in Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania: Analysis of Students’ Attitudes and Challenges towards the use of UDOM LMS in Teaching and Learning at the University of Dodoma , International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 136 – No.11, February 2016.
  3. Liana, L., and Ngeze, L.V. (2015). Online Teacher Communities of Practice: A Proposed Model to Increase Professional Development in Tanzania, Journal of Informatics and Virtual Education, Vol 3 No 1, December 2015.
  4. Ngeze, L.V., and Mvungi, N. (2012). Improving Road Safety and Transport Efficiency Using Cellular Networks in Tanzania , Journal of Informatics and Virtual Education, Vol 2 No 1, Nov 2012
  5. Ngeze, L.V., and Anthony, F. (2012). Enhancing Teaching and Learning Communication Network Courses in Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania Using Simulations, Journal of Informatics and Virtual Education, Vol 2 No 1, Nov 2012.

Conference Papers

  1. Ngeze, L. V. (2019). Locally Developed Online Courses: A Solution to in-service Teacher professional Development in ICT Integration in Tanzania. 2nd Innovating Education in Africa Expo, Gaborone, Botswana, August 20-22, 2019.
  2. Ngeze, L. V., Khwaja, U and Iyer, S. (2018). Cascade Model of Teacher Professional Development: A Qualitative Study of the Desirable Characteristics of Secondary Trainers and Role of Primary Trainer. 26th International Conference on Computers in Education. Manila, Philippines, November 26-30, 2018.
  3. Nettikadan, D., Ngeze, L.V., Sukhathankar, S., and Warriem, J. M. (2018). iLTI-QAT: A Model to Orchestrate Interaction Sessions in Hybrid MOOCs. Technology for Education Conference, Chennai, India, December 11-13, 2018.
  4. Ngeze, L. V.,(2016). ICT Integration in Secondary Education in Tanzania: Development and Use of Local Digital Contents. Education Conference, Dodoma, Tanzania.
  5. Ngeze, L. V., (2014). Web 2.0 Tools: Their Roles in Socio-Economic Development of Individuals and Societies in Developing Countries. The Consortium of Tanzania Universities and Research Libraries, First Scientific Conference, Iringa, Nov 2014.

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Contacts

You can reach me Using the following contact Details

Department of Educational Technology, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India

+91 9967847917
+255 684660199