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
Education at crossroads? Provision of education and training is fundamental to the economic and social development of any country. Universal Primary Education is one of the eight Millennium Development Goals, to which Kenya has committed itself.
They have become mobile phones of choice in Kenya, especially for young people, who want multi- faceted gadgets that allow them to make calls, browse internet, take photos, listen to radio and keep abreast with activities on social media.
Developing countries rich in natural resources can make huge gains towards universal schooling if they managed resource revenues better and devoted a significant share to education, according to a United Nations study released today.
Despite the many disagreements it has spawned, the debate on whether the Jubilee Government should buy laptops for all Class One pupils beginning January next year is an encouraging development in our national discourse.
Microsoft Corp has announced a TV white spaces pilot project in collaboration with the Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) and UhuruOne to provide affordable wireless broadband access to university students and faculties in Dar es Salaam.
We have all suffered the agony of a low battery phone which essentially we are excommunicated from the rest of the world. You can’t send or receive calls or texts, no whatsapp and in Kenya especially, no Mpesa. It’s worse if you have no access to a power source.
Even those who are in the edtech industry can miss out on some seriously helpful free learning sites that are impacting the teaching and learning practices offering a little something for every kind of learner in 21st century.