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Doctoral Pre-Conference to the 4th International Conference on Education

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On July 13-14, 2015, we held a doctoral pre-conference prior to the 4th International Conference on Education held at Kenyatta University and co-sponsored by Syracuse University and Intel. More than 40 doctoral students from several African countries participated in the … Continue reading

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Workshop on Active Learning Strategies, Day Three

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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 … Continue reading

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Workshop on Active Learning Strategies, Day Two

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The strategies covered in Day Two of the workshops were (a) Focused Listing, (b) Note Check, (c) Think-Pair-Share or Write-Pair-Share, and (d) Flipped Classroom. After discussing and having experience with these four strategies, participants planned how to use at least … Continue reading

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Workshop on Active Learning Strategies, Day One

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One of the areas identified by the Kenyatta University faculty members for building capacity is in the area of teaching large classes. KU teacher educators often teach education courses with 250-500 students, including methods courses. We have had previous professional … Continue reading

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Colloquium on Capacity Built Through the Kenyatta University-Syracuse University Partnership

On October 12, 2012, five members of the Kenyatta University-Syracuse University Partnership gave a colloquium talk at Syracuse University on the capacity that has been built thus far through the partnership. Marguerite Miheso-O’Connor, Samson Ondigi and Nicholas Twoli, faculty members … Continue reading

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