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grade 8, grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12, adult education
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Africa and Web 2.0

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Posted on February 19, 2009 at 13:30 — 2 Comments

Taking Teachers to Africa

Here I will attempt to chronicle the adventures as I take two groups of Canadian educators and try to organize our lives for two months. One group to South Africa to share their expertise and experiences through best practices workshops in ICT integration with their peers in rural townships. And the other group to share their expertise and experiences through best practices workshops with their peers in rural Kenya in the latest teaching and assessment models with a focus on English, math and… Continue

Posted on July 23, 2008 at 8:30 — 2 Comments

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At 1:47 on May 26, 2011, Thananga Ng'ang'a said…

Hi Noble,

My name is Thananga, a teacher in Gilgil district of Kenya. Have been away from the TWB scene for a while. Please keep me updated on the latest projects in Kenya which i would love to get involved in.

Thananga

At 15:46 on November 17, 2010, Richard Close said…
Noble
I developed this digital book for my friends with a remarkable school in Kitale Kenya.

They have simple formula. For every paid child they take in a street child. This year has been hard on them. Margaret who manages the school is drowning in medical bills and fire burned down a chunk of their dorms. This place is a beacon of light between two slums. There is a digital book at their site we developed for them http://purposedriveedcenter.ning.com
Perhaps you group would like to take this project on.

My work is a http://globallearningframework.ning.com

Let's save some lives
Richard
At 19:01 on February 18, 2010, David Fehr said…
Noble - I am off to Panama with 20 students in 2 weeks. They will be blown away. I am also going ahead with the other project we spoke of. Check out my pages: http://liti.ca/

Is there anything I can do to get some promo from you? I need to get this out - I believe it will make a difference in every student who becomes a part of liti. Cheers, Dave Fehr
At 13:02 on October 31, 2009, Shannon Hobson said…
Hi Noble,

Will there be a group going to Africa next summer (2010)? I would love to find out about it if anything is in the works!

Thank you!
Shannon
At 19:13 on October 18, 2009, David Fehr said…
Noble,

I will be seeing you at COMPASSION2ACTION in Fort Langley - perhaps we can get together in the evening of Friday?

I am very excited bout how the project is developing.

Let me know how I can steal an hour of your time.

Saludos,

Dave
At 7:09 on July 22, 2009, Errol Keet said…
Good day

I missed out on your workshops apologise was attending the Microsoft Innovative Teachers Awards as a Finalist. On the 6th I remembered but was too late. Could we still share resources, I could not open your material on google docs. The training that you gave could I perhaps get an overview of it please.

Kindest Regards
Errol Keet
At 10:31 on May 29, 2009, Boukary KONATE said…
Hello,
you are always doing good thinks to promote education in the field of ICT and I'm very interested in all what you are doing.
I hope to meet your team in Mali here in July as you said and share more with you.
Courage and good luck.
At 11:29 on April 17, 2009, Swallow Khume said…
Hi Noble
I was hoping to see you on the 9 April 2009 at the school but unfortunately you never came. I am interested in being a member of your team, i believe the experience I have acquired in teaching and in IT may help in advancing your course.
At 11:10 on February 13, 2009, Lisa duprey said…
yes that is murano...I was there in may last year, while working in Kakamega, I didn't know he died but he did have a good life at sweetwaters, is that where you stayed? Lisa
At 16:33 on February 3, 2009, Dan Andrew Otedo said…
Hi Kelly,
I hope you are fine.I got yoyr message enquiring whether i was on skype. I formatted my hard disc yesterday and did not rmember to keep the Kenya ICT policy document .I will try sending it to you if i get my hands on it tomorrow,
We had some nice consortium with our trainer of trainees who we sent out into the countryside to teach computer literacy to women teachers.Their ecxiting and very honest observations form part of our report that i will share with our partners and stakeholders.
These observations are core in our plan of action for which TWBC is factored in,especialy on how to sustain and get the best out of the already inducted teachers.
 
 
 

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