- PhD (UFS) SA;
- Med-psy (GZU);
- BEdEd-Psy (GZU) ZIM;
- BScH-Cons (ZOU);
- FETD-Masvingo Polytech;
- FETC -Masvingo Polytech;
- HIV/AIDS Care and Counseling – UNISA.
Gender issues, inclusive education, educational psychology, psychosocial support, marginalized rural learning ecologies, counseling and drug abuse.
Areas of specialisation
Psychosocial support, peer counseling, HIV/AIDS care counseling, Educational psychology, drug abuse among learners, rural learning ecologies, research supervision, Human development, Cognition, Human Learning and Performance.
- Chidarikire, M. 2021. University lecturers’ perceptions on sexuality, language and gender in inclusive education in Zimbabwe. Curriculum and Teaching Journal. Accepted waiting for publication
- Tarisayi, K., S. Munyaradzi, E & Chidarikire, M. 2020. Micro-commercialisation the new threat to teacher collegiality in Masvingo District. The Independent Journal of Teaching and Learning 15 (1) , 91-100
- Chatira-Muchopa, B. Chidarikire, M. Tarisayi, K.,S. 2019. Solid waste management practices in Zimbabwe: A case study of one secondary school. The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa, 1 (15), 1-5
- Chidarikire, M. 2019. Impediment against peer counselling strategy for alleviation drug abuse in Zimbabwean rural learning ecologies. International Journal of Research and Innovation 3 (2), 278- 285
- Chidarikire, M. 2019. Infusion of marginalised voices in peer counselling in peer counselling strategy to alleviate drug abuse in Zimbabwean rural leaning ecologies. International Journal of Research and Innovation 3 (2), 288- 293.
- Chidarikire, M. 2021. WhatsApp platform a critical tool to mitigate early learners’ pregnancies in Zimbabwean rural learning ecologies during covid-19 era , University of Free State, Qwaqwa Campus, South Africa, Presented on 26th March 2021.
- Chidarikire, M. 2017. A peer counselling strategy for alleviating drug abuse in Zimbabwean rural ecologies (Unpublished doctoral thesis). University of the Free State, Qwaqwa Campus, South Africa, 4th February 2017.
- Best student: One award College Book Prize: Diploma in Further Education and Training (2008)
- Best student: Bachelor of Honours degree in Educational Psychology
- Great Zimbabwe University Vice chancellor Book Prize, University Book Prize & Professor Siyakwazi and Siyakwazi Book Prize