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During the afternoons of July 8-9, 2013, Brent Elder and Michelle Damiani, doctoral students in Special Education at Syracuse University, led a workshop on inclusive education for faculty members in the Department of Educational Communication and Technology at Kenyatta University. … Continue reading
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On January 7-9, 2013, professor Alan Foley led a workshop at Kenyatta University for faculty members in the Department of Educational Communication and Technology on designing effective presentations. The workshop was attended by almost all of the members of the … Continue reading
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On January 3, 2013, Syracuse University professor Alan Foley led a workshop on exploring iPads with approximately seven ICT Champion teachers (teachers who have been trained to integrate technology in teaching and learning and who work with teachers in their constituencies … Continue reading
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Building on the work we did in June 2012 to train four Kenyatta University students with visual impairments to use iPods and keyboards to read and create documents, we had these four students train 10 additional students with visual impairments … Continue reading
The Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Education that was held July 20-22, 2011 at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya and co-sponsored by Kenyatta University and Syracuse University are now available online.
The Proceedings of the International Conference on Education that was held July 8-10, 2009 at Kenyatta University as was co-sponsored by Kenyatta University and Syracuse University, are now available online.
The 3rd International Conference on Education will be held July 10-12, 2013 at Kenyatta University. The conference is co-sponsored by Syracuse University. The Call for Papers and Registration is attached here.
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
Several research studies are underway as part of the Kenyatta University-Syracuse University Partnership. One group is examining student teacher, cooperating teacher, principal, and university supervisor perceptions of the preparedness of KU student teachers for meeting the challenges of classroom teaching. … Continue reading
Eleven Kenyatta University faculty members from the Department of Educational Communication and Technology have each spent two months at Syracuse University observing classes, working with Syracuse colleagues, using the library databases, and attending and/or presenting at a professional conference. These … Continue reading