Elizabeth J. Katam is a specialised in curriculum studies. She has vast experience in teaching curriculum related content from diploma to postgraduate level. Recently involved in editing and formatting TVET CDACC occupational standards and competency based curricula. Also, successfully edited the curriculum for the university diploma, undergraduates and postgraduates units for curriculum studies to conform to the CUE guidelines in order to align with the 21 st century needs and the demands to spur economic development. Currently I supervise post graduate students which involve a critical scrutiny of their written reports to conform to the stipulated Kenyatta university standards by checking on cohesion, grammar, spellings and the general layout. Further, I have also edited academic projects and thesis for educational psychology in the university.
Teachers Resistance To Competence Based Curriculum Reforms In The Lower Primary Schools In Uasin-Gishu County. Paper Presented At Mwenge Catholic University,Moshi,Tanzania. ( 2020).
Exploring Utilization Of Instructional Among Public Lower Primary Schools In Four Selected Districts In Kenya – Sub Theme: Education And Training. Paper presented at Egerton University, Kenya. ( 2019). The Cradle of Knowledge: African Journal of Educational and Social Science Research Volume 7 No.3, 2019 ISSN 2304-2885-p, 2617-7315-e
2011-2016: Implementation of Southern African Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality Recommended Strategies in Literacy and Numeracy in Four Selected Districts in Kenya Funding Agency: Kenyatta University Supervisors: Prof. Grace W. Bunyi and Dr. George A. Onyango
July 2015: Teaching Methodology Workshop Funding Agency: Kenyatta University 2002 – 2004: Impact of Cattle Rustling on Curriculum Implementation in Tot Division, Marakwet District, Kenya. Funding Agency: Kenyatta University. Supervisors: Dr. Gateru, F.M and Dr. Malusu, J.M.