Teachers are like a bank account. If you do a lot of deposits it will grow fat. But if you make regular withdrawals without replenishing, it will go dry. If we don’t invest in them they are likely to deteriorate in value. In this article, I provide you with some tips on how to do just that.
Every week, we share some of our experiences and views on education. Globally, and in Kenya.
Kiswahili or Swahili as may be known to many, is a language widely spoken across East Africa. It is the first or the second language to most Kenyans and also the country’s official language. Question is, how do we teach it? In this article I discuss with a longtime friend and teacher.
Having been a teacher for at least five years and taught in different parts of the country, Limo has realised that students often suffer from being misunderstood. He faced it himself and as a teacher, he’s seen it first hand and has perspective on how it happens.