News, trends and resources on 21st century learning and teaching to empower students, teachers and parents in Kenya. For a compete list of education resources go to: http://kenyaschoolreport.com/resources
Three young Kenyan students will travel to the US to compete against other students representing 90 other countries across the globe in the Google science fair. The three Kenyans, including a 16 year old South African student, will represent Africa in the annual competition that gives an opportunity to young children between 13 – 18 years to compete and enrich their scientific skills.
eLearning Africa brings together 1,500 education and training professionals from all over the Continent and across all sectors. Every participant has their own story to tell of how they came to be involved in the world of technology-enhanced education and ultimately the eLearning Africa conference itself. In this edition of the newsletter we present the experiences of a first-time participant and speaker at eLearning Africa, Menesia Muinjo, in her own words.
The government is mooting a plan that will offer incentives for companies that hire fresh graduates. The plan was revealed by the Cabinet Sectary for Treasury Henry Rotich during Budget day on Thursday.
In That Used to Be Us, Thomas Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum (2011) wrote, "In the span of a decade, people in Boston, Bangkok, and Bangalore, Mumbai, Manhattan, and Moscow, all became virtual next-door neighbors." This influence of technology and...