Supporting Inservice Mathematics and Science Teachers in Technology Integration

Through our HP Catalyst Initiative, we are working with eight teachers from two secondary schools (a teacher in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics at each school). Four of the teachers work at Kenya High, a national girls secondary school in Nairobi, and the other four work at Nairobi School, a national boys secondary school in Nairobi.  We have had workshops with these teachers this year and each of them was given a HP Tablet computer through our project.  Recently, we have gone to observe and support these teachers in integrating technology into their teaching, especially in ways to support student conceptual learning.

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Physics lesson at Nairobi School in July 2011
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Physics lesson at Nairobi School in July 2011
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Mathematics lesson at Kenya High in September 2011
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Mathematics lesson at Kenya High in September 2011
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KU faculty members observing a lesson at Kenya High in September 2011
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Biology lesson at Kenya High in September 2011
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Meeting with Kenya High teachers after some lessons in September 2011
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Biology lesson at Nairobi School in September 2011
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Biology lesson at Nairobi School in September 2011
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Meeting with teachers at Nairobi School after some lessons in September 2011
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Physics lesson at Kenya High in October 2011
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Physics lesson at Kenya High in October 2011
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Chemistry lesson at Kenya High in October 2011
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Chemistry lesson at Kenya High in October 2011

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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One Response to Supporting Inservice Mathematics and Science Teachers in Technology Integration

  1. Kevin Otara says:

    A good programme for a bright future”

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