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/Dr. Anna Gudyanga


  • PhD- Doctor of Philosophy in Education
  • Masters Degree In Curriculum Studies

Research Interests:

  • Gender Issues
  • HIV/AIDS Education
  • Curriculum Issues in Science Education
  • Education and Transformation
  • Socialization in Child and Adolescent Development.


  • Mutemeri, J., & Gudyanga, A. (2008). Battling with the unwilling learner: A case for Gweru urban schools in  Zimbabwe. SA-eDUC JOURNAL, 5(1), 1-8.
  • Gudyanga, A., & Gudyanga, E. (2012). Selection of Science subjects’ at Advanced Level by females: Aetiology and challenges. The Dyke, 6(2), 114-130.
  • Gudyanga, A., Gudyanga, E. & Mutemeri, J. (2013). Innovative Science trends that have occured in Zimbabwe. Asian Social Science, 9(12), 50-56. doi: 10.5539/ass.v9n11p50.
  • Gudyanga, E., & Gudyanga, A. (2013). Attitudes of secondary school pupils towards the teaching and learning of Science. The Zimbabwean Case. International Journal Advances in Social Sciences and Humanities, 1(2), 1-6.
  • Gudyanga, E., & Gudyanga, A. (2013). Psychological stressful life events and academic achievement among high school adolescents. The Dyke, 7(1), 85-110.
  • Mbetu-Nzvenga, J., Gudyanga, E., & Gudyanga, A. (2013). Psychological challenges affecting HIV and AIDS counsellors, possible models and solutions:  A Zimbabwean perspective. Asian Social Science, 9(17), 10-17. doi: 10.5539/ass.vpn17p10.
  • Gudyanga, E., Mashini, A., & Gudyanga, A. (2014). Attitudes towards HIV / AIDS: The voices of Zimbabwean high school students. Researchjournali’s Journal of Education, 2(1), 1-14.
  • Gudyanga, E. Nomsa Matamba, N. & Gudyanga, A. (2014). Visual Participatory Approach to Violent  Behaviour amongst Zimbabwean Students: Forms and Prevalence. Asian Social Science; Vol. 10, No. 10. doi:10.5539/ass.v10n10p30. URL:
  • Gudyanga, E., Gudyanga, N. S., Gudyanga, A., & Tshalibe, R. S. (2015).  Factors Contributing to Lower than Expected Recovery Rates of HIV Negative Children on  the Therapeutic  Doi:   10.11648/j.ajhr.20150301.15.
  • Gudyanga, E., Moyo, S. & Gudyanga, A. (2015). Navigating Sexuality and HIV/AIDS: Insights and Foresights of Zimbabwean Adolescents. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science 7(1) pp. 7-24.
  • Gudyanga, E., Gudyanga, A. & Matamba, N. (2015). Aetiology of students’ violent behaviour: The case of an urban school in Zimbabwe, Global Journal of    Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol. 4 (1) pp.68-79.
  • Gudyanga, A., Adam, K. & Kurup, R. (2015). Zimbabwean Female Participation in Physics: The Science and Influence of Context on Identity Formation. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Technology EducationVol. 19, No. 2, pp.172–184.
  • Gudyanga, A. & Gudyanga, E. (2015). Implementing Developmentally Appropriate Learning Experiences for Secondary School Learners: The Zimbabwean Case. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSR-JRME) e-ISSN: 2320–7388,p-ISSN: 2320–737X  Volume 5, Issue 3 Ver. III (May – Jun. 2015), pp. 96-102
  • Gudyanga, E., Moyo, S., Gudyanga, A. & Susa , R. (2015). A comparative analysis of institutionalised and non-institutionalised  orphaned children with reference to their well being  Journal of Current Research Vol. 7, Issue, 06, pp. 17546-17554.
  • Gudyanga, E., Wadesango, N., Manzira, L. R. & Gudyanga, A. (2015). Implementation of Guidance and Counselling in Secondary Schools in Chinhoyi Urban. International Journal of  Educational Sciences, 11(1) 41-49.
  •  Gudyanga, E., Wadesango, N., Manzira, L. R. & Gudyanga, A. (2015).  Current State of Guidance  and Counselling in Secondary Schools in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Educational  Sciences, 11(1) 41-49.


Book Chapters Published:

  • Gudyanga, A. (2014). Vocationalisation of Education. In R. J Zvobgo, Contemporary Issues inEducation, pages 101-114; Gweru: College Press., ISBN: 978-1-77900-639-4

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