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Kenya Projects

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

Members: 65
Latest Activity: May 4, 2017

Background

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

Started by Steve Fairbairn. Last reply by Noble Kelly Sep 29, 2010.

www.explorelearning.com and chemistry 11

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 Thananga Ng'ang'a on January 18, 2009 at 6:44
Hi Konrad,
Glad to join the trip preparing for the Kenya workshop 2009. Glad to be of assistance in any way.
Comment by Kim Jonat on January 11, 2009 at 14:43
Not sure if it's on here somewhere but if anyone has a soft copy of the Kenyan curriculum for math, science, English and the primary one could they post it for all to view?
Comment by Elspeth Anderson on January 8, 2009 at 13:31
I am happy to be of help in any way I can!
 

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