Workshop on Active Learning Strategies, Day Three

For the third day of the professional development workshops for teacher educators at Kenyatta University on active learning strategies, the focus was on (a) scenarios/case studies, (b) reciprocal questioning, (c) visual literacy, and (d) technology-based check in strategies.

The workshops were well received by the Kenyatta University faculty members, with many commenting that they will try these strategies right away in their classes.

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Joanna Masingila leading a discussion
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Jeff Mangram making a point
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Jeff Mangram leading a discussion
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Jeff Mangram leading a discussion
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Doris Njoka, David Oludhe, Marcelle Haddix, David Khatete
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David Khatete, Marcelle Haddix, Mueni Kiio, John Maundu
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Mueni Kiio, Marcelle Haddix, John Maundu
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Vincent Kawoya, David Khatete
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Moses Ochanji, John Maundu, Henry Ayot
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Vincent Kawoya, David Khatete
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Jeff Mangram, Mary Nasibi, Moses Ochanji
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Doris Njoka, David Oludhe
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Agnes Gathumbi, Moses Ochanji, Michael Waititu
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Beatrice Murila
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Vincent Kawoya, Nicholas Twoli
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Moses Ochanji leading a discussion on technology-based check in strategies
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Jeff Mangram, Moses Ochanji
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Group photo at the end of the workshop

About Joanna Masingila

Joanna Masingila is a Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics Education at Syracuse University. She was a Fulbright Scholar to Kenyatta University in 1998, and since that time Syracuse University and Kenyatta University have an institutional linkage.
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