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.
Looking previous years Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam data, Mathematics is the worst performed subject. Zach discusses some ways in which students can prepare themselves to avoid failing.
Growing up in Belgium, I was exposed to a different education system than in Kenya. In this article I talk about my experience from secondary education up, and how that shaped my thinking on education today.
We look at the Arts as something recreational, not that hard and could as well be done by anybody at any time. This is a mistake and we know this from what science people do on karaoke nights.
ICT Integration in education is not a straightforward affair. Technology is not the mere placement of computers in classrooms; it’s much more than that. With Kenya increasingly placing ICTs in schools, there are several places where lessons can be drawn.
The ability to remember forms the basis of all education. Despite the prevalence of technology and the reducing need to remember anything that is only a Google search a way, human memory is still critical for us. Do you agree with this perspective?