This book is a result of an investigation of organic chemistry instructional techniques used in Kenya to determine their effectiveness in enhancing understanding of organic chemistry concepts. The author addresses the problem of students? poor performance in organic chemistry. The book is based on a study conducted in the Rift Valley and Western provinces of Kenya in which quantitative data generation and analysis was largely employed. The major finding was that teachers? instructional practices do not conform to the expectations of ?good? teaching. Dr. Waswa argues that stakeholders such as: chemistry teachers, heads of department, heads of schools and quality assurance officers should encourage adherence to lesson plans by every organic chemistry teacher. This book is a must-read for chemistry teachers, chemistry teacher trainees, chemistry teacher trainers, Heads of Science departments, and Quality assurance Officers in Kenya and beyond.