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.
Every week, we share some of our experiences and views on education. Globally, and in Kenya.
Technology has the power to transform. Developing countries especially have the most to gain from technology because it helps them leap ahead at a fast rate. Read how Elewa is making education inclusive and accessible using the power of technology.
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.
Growing up, Mary had dreams of being an air hostess but at some point, she found her calling in teaching. “Teaching is one of those experiences you do not want to forget”, she says. But then she’s no longer teaching. So what does she think about it?
The 2016 KCSE results shocked the country with the overall poor performance. Is it a true reflection and indictment of our education or is this an engineered result? This article explores what the issues might have been.
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?