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Kenya Projects

This group will look at the planning, collaboration and implementation of current & future projects in Kenya.

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Latest Activity: May 4, 2017


Developing materials, resources and ideas to create a set of workshops using the latest pedagogical strategies to facilitate professional development for our Kenyan colleagues based on their English, Math and Science curriculum. We will springboard from our previously designed workshops that focused on teaching strategies around learning styles, study/organisational skills, theme/objective-based learning, assessment strategies, collaborative learning models, and creating a professional development community.

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Back to the classroom, practicing what we preach... 1 Reply

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Started by Mirjan Krstovic Mar 22, 2009.

Math Science in Kenya 2 Replies

Started by Dennis Kuzenko. Last reply by Betty Anne Kiddell Jan 11, 2009.

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Comment by benson m. karumba on September 10, 2010 at 5:59
hallo everyone this holiday we had again our workshop at utumishi academy.the EBB group and our local facilitators did a commendable job in helping teachers develop proffessionally i may not have been very active due to some stressing personal and school issues which have now exploded making me shift from namuncha school. i made new friends .we were intruduced new tricks and techniques in imparting knowledge to our learners. issues were well shared and we got the best briefs from our canadian teachers. this will help us in clossing the educational gap as per our motto
Comment by Dennis Kuzenko on September 9, 2010 at 22:36
Hello everyone. Have a great school year.
I would like to give a brief Reply to Paula.
I was not able to go to Kenya this year, but I was happy to be part of the 2008 and 2009 teams. There were several things that impressed me. The work that the EBB teams did was outstanding. We came together as a team and I believe delivered workshops that were very well received by our Kenyan colleagues. The Kenyan teachers work very hard under difficult conditions compared to Canadian schools. They displayed wonderful professionalism. I believe in the value of actually going to Kenya, meeting the teachers there, and working with them. Without this person to person contact, I believe we would be less effective. We did make a difference. If you are able to go to Kenya to be part of a team, please consider it. Though I have been a teacher for well over 30 years, I found it to be one of the best educational experiences I have had.
Comment by Mandy Kinzel on September 9, 2010 at 21:49
Busy Busy Busy school time but would anyone like to meet up soon in order to consider putting EBB in their lesson plans this year? (Vancouver)
Comment by Mary-Anne Neal on September 7, 2010 at 16:30
Hi Paula,
We met lots of Samburus last summer while we were conducting professional development workshops for the teachers around the Mount Kenya area. I have some great pictures of them. They danced for us, and I bought a wooden 'pillow' from a gentleman. I can still smell the wood smoke in it a year later!
Comment by antony kamau on February 16, 2010 at 6:30
Dear collegue, as a Peer Educator and administrator working with YOUTH EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIC SCHEME,a community based organisation whose vision is to reduce HIV/AIDs infections among youths through establishment of Peer education programs that disseminate information on reproductive health and HIV/AIDs to among organized youth groups, i feel Privileged to have attended last years TWB-CANADA seminar. I am excited that it is happening again this year and i'ld like to encourage more Kenyan teachers and commmunity facilitators to take part in this forum, as it builds ones capacity to be a better facilitator either in a classroom setting or even in the open space.

I am quite encouraged to participate again this year and probably facilitate an ICT session as i identified a dire need for the same among my country men and women.

We, Youth Empowerment Strategic Scheme believe in the power of networking and partnering and therefore i call upon interested individuals with creative and noble ideas to enhance our operations to reachout to more youths in the society. Feel free to contact me on;+254 721122950 for more information.
Comment by Paul Miller on January 16, 2010 at 1:29

Comment by Paul Miller on January 16, 2010 at 1:22
As Executive Director of African Kids In Need, a non profit organization that operates in Kenya and provides educational support and sponsorships for over eighty secondary students, I am pleased to join this group.
This weekend in Kenya we are opening the AKIN Learning Center. Ten students will be given one year of remedial education two full time teachers in a home school environment. We are very excited about this new project.
Comment by benson m. karumba on September 15, 2009 at 2:20
school have now reopened . i hope my country men and women will do the best to make sure they share what they learned at our seminar in gilgil'i will encourage more teachers in kenya to join this site and share their experience with other teachers in the world.please do your best to help us gain more exposure to new ideas and methods of teaching
Comment by Mandy Kinzel on September 14, 2009 at 19:08
Hello all! I am hoping that more Kenyan participants join this site. Any news on this or what pages of TWBCANADA that they are using?
Comment by benson m. karumba on September 4, 2009 at 2:04
i am happy to be amember of the kenya project . i urge you to binclude more district in your next workshop personally i have gained alot and hope to share the some when school s reopen on monday.i thank the canadian team for their willingness to assist teacher in other parts of the world develop proffessionaly

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