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Dr. S. Mbewe

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

OF

Dr. S. Mbewe

PUBLICATIONS

Jacob, W. J., Mbewe, S., Daka, H., Chitanda, R., & Mambu, L. (2014). Integration of HIV and AIDS into Pre-service and In-service Teacher Training Programs in Zambia.

Mbewe, S. (2012). Middle School Teachers’ Familiarity with, Interest in, Performance on, Conceptual and Pedagogical Knowledge of Light (Doctoral dissertation). Available at ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database.

http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/dissertations/533

Chabalengula, V. M., Mumba, F., & Mbewe, S. (2012). Pre-Service Teachers’ Understanding of and Performance on Science Process Skills. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 8(3), 113-122.

Mbewe, S., Mumba, F. & Chabalengula, V.M. (2011). Assessing Mathematics and Science Teachers‟ Reformed Teaching through Examination of Inquiry-based Pedagogical Practices. Journal of Research and Practice of International Cooperation in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, IDEC, Hiroshima University, Japan.

Mumba, F., Chabalengula, V. M., Banda, A. & Mbewe, S. (2011). Comparing Zambian Male and Female Pre-Service Science Teachers‟ Understanding of The Particulate Nature of Matter, Journal (In press).

Banda, A., Mumba, F., Chabalengula, V. M. & Mbewe, S. (2011). Teachers‟ Understanding of the Particulate Nature of Matter: The case of Zambian Pre-Service Science Teachers, Asia Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 12 (2) at http://www.ied.edu.hk/apfslt

Mbewe,S., Chabalengula, V. M., & Mumba, F. (2011). Exploring Teachers’ Familiarity, Interest and Conceptual Understanding of Science Process \Skills. Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Educators (ASTE) International Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Abstract at http://theaste.org/meetings/2011conference/2011proceedings.pl

Mbewe, S., Chabalengula, V. & Mumba, F. (2011). Conceptual Understanding and Performance on Science Process Skills among Pre-service S (2011). Teachers‟ Understanding of the Particulate Nature of Matter: The case of Zambian Pre-Service Science Teachers, Asia Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 12 (2) at http://www.ied.edu.hk/apfslt

Mbewe, S., Chabalengula, V. M., & Mumba, F. (2011). Exploring Teachers’ Familiarity, Interest and Conceptual Understanding of Science Process Skills. Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Educators (ASTE) International Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Abstract at http://theaste.org/meetings/2011conference/2011proceedings.pl

Mbewe, S., Chabalengula, V. & Mumba, F. (2011). Conceptual Understanding and Performance on Science Process Skills among Pre-service Teachers. EURASIA Journal, (manuscript sent for publication).

Mumba, F., Mejia, W. F., Chabalengula, V. M., & Mbewe, S. (2010). Resident Scientists‟ Instructional Practice and their Perceived Benefits and Difficulties of Inquiry in Schools. Journal of Baltic Science Education, 9(3):187-195

Mbewe, S., Chabalengula, V. & Mumba, F. (2010). Pre-service teachers‟ familiarity, interest and conceptual understanding of science process skills. In V. Lamanauskas (Ed.), Problems of education in the 21st century, Vol. 22 (pp. 76-86).

Mumba, F., Mbewe, S., Sasser, S., Chabalengula, V. M., & Wilson-Miles, E. (2009). Resident Scientists‟ Curriculum and Instructional Decisions for High School Classrooms. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, Vol. 17, 2009

Mbewe. S. (2004) Fundamentals of Science Teaching. Zambia Open University. Lusaka, Zambia.

Haambokoma, C., Tabakamulamu, M., Mbewe, S., Nkhata, B., Kostyuk, V. S., Chabalengula, V. M., and Ndhlovu, K. Z. (2002) Baseline Survey in Mathematics and Science Education in Zambia. Research report presented to JICA.

Mbewe, S. (2001) Students‟ functional abilities in handling laboratory equipment in electricity experiments: a case study with first year medical students, MSc. Research report. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand.

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