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Great educational segment on how coffee is grown, processed and distributed by Growers Alliance Coffee and how they continue to support the local community. Growers Alliance Coffee is pure Kenyan coffee, 100% Organic and 100% Fairtrade. They also reinvest 10% of every packet sold back to supporting coffee growing in Kenya. To go further Growers Alliance Coffee continues supporting clean water, education, church,and healthcare projects in Kenya. These projects include working with Kijiji International Dialysis Center in Naivasha. Excellent work Martin and Purity. KSR is committed to supporting your mission.
The global spend on education technology within classrooms reached US$13 billion last year, up 11% on 2012, according to a new market study from Futuresource Consulting, the leading provider of education technology research.
The study explores mobile PC devices, classroom displays (such as projectors and interactive whiteboards) and complementary devices (visualisers, voting systems, voice amplification and related products), and reveals that the market will continue to rise in value out to 2018 and beyond.
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Nairobi, Kenya - The Think Tank Initiative (TTI), a multi-donor collaborative, piloted a mentorship and peer learning program in 2013 to strengthen the policy engagement and communications (PEC) skills of think tanks in the developing world. Results for Development (R4D) and partnerComms Consult in the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe are the program leads piloting the PEC program in Anglophone Africa.
As I think about my own work in the academy and I compare it to what I did even 10 years ago, I've seen such dramatic shifts. I thought it was important to share some thoughts on the impact eLearning...
Kipsigis Girls High School in the county of Kericho is amongst the few schools that integrate students with visual impairment and those without any special needs. Irene Choge was in Kericho and attended one of the lessons there to establish how these students learn amidst the challenges
We’re all used to the term ‘21st century’ popping up in education articles, social media, and even in school staff rooms. It’s become normal to refer to yourself as a 21st century teacher, teaching in a 21st century classroom, using 21st century teaching methods that are centered on your 21st century students. While this popular …
This year’s “The Learning Curve” report from Pearson takes a look at education across the globe. One of the main things the report does is rank the world’s educational systems (which we’ll talk about in a different post). What I find even more interesting is the focus on what skills current students need to meet …
Only half of the more than 50,000 students who graduate annually are suitable for employment. And of these graduates, more than half are not suited to their career choice, the Inter University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) notes in a survey.
Adam Braun is the Founder of Pencils of Promise, an award-winning organization that has built more than 150 schools across Africa, Asia and Latin America. PoP was founded with just $25 using Braun's unique "For-Purpose" approach to blending nonprofit idealism with for-profit business principles. In 2012, he was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List.
Join us in Nairobi, Kenya and contribute to the theme of this annual international conference. It’s dedicated to ICT innovators, leaders, and educators seeking to enrich learning experiences using diverse technologies.Practitioners and scholars with an interest in eLearning and enriching how individuals and organizations learn, across all platforms and sectors are welcome.
Twitter is an incredible tool for any classroom,if you know how to use it. Teachers like Karen Lirenman and Kathy Cassidy show us how even very young children benefit greatly from the safe online connections through their teachers. If you’re still not convinced read the 100 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom right here …
UNICEF and Results for Development Institute (R4D) are teaming up to facilitate the scale-up of innovations in global education by identifying promising models and supporting their improvement and diffusion. The partnership will collect and share evidence on the effectiveness of selected innovations in an effort to help the global education community better identify interventions that work
Once viewed as a place for student slackers with no college ambition, Massachusetts vocational schools are increasing academic standards, offering honors classes and producing more college-bound students than ever before.
Experts were warning parents and teachers that the push for academic excellence in children was risking their mental well being.
The desire to be the best in academia at the expense of any other activities especially in primary and secondary school going children had left them vulnerable to stress related and eventual mental issues.
Have you ever felt that, as a teacher, your brain has special spots reserved for things that most people never even think about? Or maybe you’ve come to wonder how you ended up spending your days in a classroom in the first place? Is your leisure conversation with teacher friends dominated by discussions of students, …
Technology has had a profound effect on society, connecting people like never before. In the education sector instructors and students alike have benefited, with access to schooling one result. As a college student, you can benefit from modern technologies to learn as well as to expand your mind.
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