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Dr Oswell Hapanyengwi

Dean of Education

Dr Oswell Hapanyengwi

D.Phil (University of Zimbabwe); M.A. (University of Zimbabwe); BA (Hons),

Grad CE (University of Zimbabwe); CSNE (UNISE) CSNE (OSLO).

Publications

  1. Hapanyengwi – Chemhuru, O. & Shizha, E. (2011). Citizenship Education in Zimbabwe. In E. Shizha and M. T. Kariwo, (eds), Education and Development in Zimbabwe: A Social, Political and Economic Analysis (pp. 107-121). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  2. Hapanyengwi, O. (2009). ‘Why We Should Teach Democracy in Africa’ in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, vol 21 No. 3, November, pp. 375 – 391\
  3. Hapanyengwi, O. A Synoptic View of the History of Special Needs Education in Zimbabwe. The Free Library
  4. Hapanyengwi, O. (2003). ‘Modern Trends in Teaching Practice’ in Improving Teacher Preparation: Teaching Practice Guide (edit) Zindi, F., Nyota M.and Batidzirai, R. Harare. SAPES. Pp 6 – 12
  5. Hapanyengwi, O. and Dyanda, C. (2003). ‘Skills and Confidence in Teaching’ in Improving Teacher Preparation: Teaching Practice Guide (edit) Zindi, F., Nyota M and Batidzirai R. Harare. SAPES. Pp 59 – 80
  6. Hapanyengwi, O. (2002). ‘Justice and the Land Question: The Historical Experience of Zimbabwe’ in Journal of Peace, Conflict and Military Studies. Pp29-40
  7. Hapanyengwi, O. (2000). Secondary School Teacher Preparedness for the Introduction of Human Rights Education in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe in Bulletin of Teacher Education. pp.38-46
  8. Hapanyengwi, O. (1999) Through Zimbabwean Eyes: A Review of Hans M. Zell's Publishing in Africa in Now and in the Next Millennium, 1990s – 3000 CE Pp.53-54
  9. Hapanyengwi, O (1999) Universities, Research and Publishing in Africa: A view from Zimbabwe, in Now and in the Next Millennium, 1990s – 3000 CE, pp. 78 – 79
  10. Hapanyengwi, O. (1998). Culture and Environment: The Present Crisis in Development in Culture and Development: Perspectives from the South (edit) Chiwome. M. and Gambahaya, Z. Harare. Mond Books. pp 35 – 39
  11. Hapanyengwi, O. (1995). A Critique of Education in Zimbabwe in Education and Development in Zimbabwe: Strategies for the 21st Century.
  12. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O (2015). Education for all in Zimbabwe: A critique. The African Symposium 15(1). Available at http://www.africanresearch.org
  13. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O (2015). Streaming: An analytic critique from the aim of education perspective. Indo-African Journal of Educational Research
  14. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O (2015) Corporal Punishment: A Holistic Consideration. International Journal of Social Science and Education 5(2). 252-261
  15. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. & Makuvaza, N. (2014 August). Hunhu: In search of an Indigenous Philosophy for the Zimbabwean Education System. Journal of Indigenous Social Development 3(1). 1-15
  16. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. ( 2013, December). “Odera Oruka's four trends in African philosophy and their implications for education in Africa”. Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya (PAK) New Series, 5(2). 39-55
  17. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O (2013, July). Inclusion or Integration: Towards Conceptual Clarity in the Provision of Special Needs Education in Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 25(2).201-216
  18. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2013). Reconciliation, conciliation, integration and national healing: Possibilities and challenges in Zimbabwe. African Journal on Conflict Resolution, 13(1). 79-99
  19. Hapanyengwi – Chemhuru, O. & Shizha, E. (2012). Unhu/Ubuntu and education for reconciliation in Zimbabwe. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education 7(2), 16-27
  20. Hapanyengwi, O. (2009, November). ‘Why We Should Teach Democracy in Africa’ in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, 21(3). 375 – 391
  21. Hapanyengwi, O. (2002). ‘Justice and the Land Question: The Historical Experience of Zimbabwe’ in Journal of Peace, Conflict and Military Studies. 29-40
  22. Hapanyengwi, O. (2000). Secondary School Teacher Preparedness for the Introduction of Human Rights Education in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe in Bulletin of Teacher Education. 38-46
  23. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. & Makuvaza, N. (2014) Hunhu/ubuntu: Interrogating the concept. In M. Madondo, G. Museka & M. Phiri (eds.), The Presidential Commission of Inquiry (Nziramasanga Commission): Implementation Successes, Challenges and Opportunities vol 1. Harare: Human Resource Research Centre.
  24. Makuvaza, N. & Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014). Towards a hunhuist/ubuntuist philosophy of education in post-colonial Zimbabwe. In M. Madondo, G. Museka & M. Phiri (eds.), The Presidential Commission of Inquiry (Nziramasanga Commission): Implementation Successes, Challenges and Opportunities vol 1. Harare: Human Resource Research Centre.
  25. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. & Makuvaza, N. (2013). Hunhu as the philosophical foundation of Mashona Indigenous Education. In Oswell Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru (ed.), Issues in Foundations of Education in Africa. Gweru: Booklove Publishers.
  26. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. & Makuvaza, N. (2013). Rethinking the philosophy of technical and vocational education in Zimbabwe: Towards a holistic curriculum. In Oswell Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru (ed.), Issues in Foundations of Education in Africa. Gweru: Booklove Publishers.
  27. Makuvaza, N. & Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2013). Philosophy, Education and Educatedness in Africa: A theoretical perspective. In Oswell Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru (ed.), Issues in Foundations of Education in Africa. Gweru: Booklove Publishers.
  28. Makuvaza, N. & Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2013). Dominant paradigm of teaching and the effective/good teacher: A critique with special reference teaching and education in Zimbabwe. In Oswell Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru (ed.), Issues in Foundations of Education in Africa. Gweru: Booklove Publishers.
  29. Hapanyengwi – Chemhuru, O. & Shizha, E. (2011). Citizenship Education in Zimbabwe. In E. Shizha and M. T. Kariwo, (eds), Education and Development in Zimbabwe: A Social, Political and Economic Analysis (pp. 107-121). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  30. Hapanyengwi, O. (2003). ‘Modern Trends in Teaching Practice’ in F. Zindi, M. Nyota & R. B. Batidzirai (eds) Improving Teacher Preparation: Teaching Practice Guide (edit) Harare. SAPES. Pp 6 – 12
  31. Hapanyengwi, O. and Dyanda, C. (2003). ‘Skills and Confidence in Teaching’ in F. Zindi, M. Nyota & R. B. Batidzirai (eds) Improving Teacher Preparation: Teaching Practice Guide. Harare. SAPES. Pp 59 – 80
  32. Hapanyengwi, O. (1998). Culture and Environment: The Present Crisis in Development. In M. Chiwome. M. & Z. Gambahaya (ed) Culture and Development: Perspectives from the South. Harare: Mond Books. pp 35 – 39.
  33. Hapanyengwi, O. (1995). A Critique of Education in Zimbabwe. In Education and Development in Zimbabwe: Strategies for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Conference organised by the Faculty of Education. University of Zimbabwe.
  34. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2015). Streaming: An analytic critique from the aim of education perspective Indo-African Journal of Educational Research
  35. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014). Foundations of modern education. Theory of Education. Diploma in Education (Primary): Open and distance learning. Harare: UZ Department of Teacher Education.
  36. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014). Freedom and authority. Theory of Education. Diploma in Education: Open and distance learning. Harare: Department of Teacher Education.
  37. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014) Comparative education. Theory of Education. Diploma in Education: Open and distance learning. Harare: Department of Teacher Education.
  38. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014). Human rights and citizenship education. Theory of Education. Diploma in Education: Open and distance learning. Harare: Department of Teacher Education.
  39. Hapanyengwi-Chemhuru, O. (2014). The philosophy of hunhu as the philosophical foundation of Indigenous education. Theory of Education. Diploma in Education: Open and distance learning. Harare: Department of Teacher Education.


Books Published

  1. Hapanyengwi - Chemhuru, O. (2011). Philosophy of Education: Its Relevance to Teacher Education, Gweru: Booklove Publishers.
  2. Hapanyengwi, O. (2012). A Critique of Marx’s View of Religion: Religion is the Opium of the People. Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing.

  

Book Reviews

  1. Hapanyengwi, O. (1999) Through Zimbabwean Eyes: A Review of Hans M. Zell's Publishing in Africa in Now and in the Next Millennium, 1990s – 3000 CE Pp.53-54
  2. Hapanyengwi, O (1999) Universities, Research and Publishing in Africa: A view from Zimbabwe, in Now and in the Next Millennium, 1990s – 3000 CE, p.

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