Frederick F. Njobati, Koordinator des Master Educational Quality in Developing Countries

Anschrift:

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Pädagogik
Markusplatz 3
96047 Bamberg

Tel.:  +49 951 863 1829 (Sekretariat)
Fax.: +49 951 863 1830 (Sekretariat)

fondzenyuy.njobati-frederick(at)uni-bamberg.de

Raum M3/-01.14

 

Education:

  • Since 2016: PhD studies on the topic: Protestant school leaders ─ a qualitative research about their self-understanding: case of Protestant secondary school principals in Cameroon. Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Annette Scheunpflug.
  • 2013 – 2015: M.A, University of Bamberg. International Masters on ‘Educational Quality for Developing Countries’.
  • 2011: Certificate in innovative approaches for teacher training, Haifa, Israel by UNESCO and Israel agency for International Cooperation.
  • 1998 -2000: Pedagogic training certificate, ISTP Cameroon in cooperation with German Development Service (DED) and Protestant Association for Cooperation in Development (EZE).
  • 1987 – 1991: BSc, University of Yaounde Cameroon; natural sciences.

Professional experience:

  • Since 2018: research assistant and IMPEQ coordinator (shared position) at the Chair of Foundations in Education, Otto Friedrich University, Bamberg on a half contract.
  • Since 2005: Coordinator of Pedagogic In-Service Teacher Training Programme – ISTP Cameroon, for Protestant schools in partnership with Bread for the World.
  • PhD studies on the topic: Protestant school leaders ─ a qualitative research about their self-understanding: case of Protestant secondary school principals in Cameroon.

  • Njobati, F. (2018). Cameroon: Nonviolent education and education for peace. Culture of peace, a contribution to UNESCO’s educational mission: Building peace in minds of men and women (p. 89). UNESCO Club Berlin. http://www.unesco-berlin.de/culture-of-peace.
  • Lange, S., Njobati, F., & Scheunpflug, A. (2013). Demokratie, Entwicklung und Erziehung: Erfahrungen zum demokratischen Lernen aus Kamerun. Lehrerbildung, Schule, Unterricht im frankophonen Nord-Westafrika: Ein Beitrag zu Theorie, Empirie, Praxis, 127-138
  • Fraser, P., Gladstone, N., Njobati, F., & Njoya, C. E. (2012). Embedding conservation education in school curriculum teaching and learning: Four education authorities in Cameroon partner with the conservation community to develop teacher training and classroom resources based on national species, case studies and data sets.