The African Union Commission and GESCI (Global E-Schools and Communities Initiative) have agreed a programme of collaboration in relation to the role and incorporation of digital technologies in education ad training. At their headquarters in Addis Ababa , the AU signed an MoU with GESCI on Thursday...
eKitabu in collaboration with Teachers Service Commission (TSC), CEMASTEA and Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) has come up with an award for the best innovative teachers in classroom practices in mathematics and sciences. This award is known as the iTOYA Award; i for ICT...
Head teachers, Boards of Management Chairpersons and Parents Associations Chairpersons drawn from the regions of Pwani and Morogoro have been trained on ICT Integration. Officials from 40 secondary schools in Tanzania congregated in Dar Es Salaam and Morogoro to gather knowledge on steps of ICTs...
The Ministry of Education in Cote d’Ivoire in partnership with GESCI is implementing the African Digital Schools Initiative (ADSI) Programme, which is supported by Mastercard Foundation.
During a 2-day workshop in Nairobi, the school principals received certification in recognition of their lead roles in supporting their teachers to utilise and integrate digital technologies in their teaching.
The digital transformation is taking course in 80 secondary schools in Kenya.The move, through the African Digital Schools Initiative is reaching out to over 800 teachers and 1500 students of Science, Technology, English, Mathematics (STEM) and other subjects.
The forum provided an opportunity for GESCI to showcase it’s its highly innovative Creative Digital Media Skills for Employment, Enterprise and Start-Ups model which was researched and developed in its digital media centre in Nairobi.
African Ministers of Education, Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD), Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Higher Education and Employment, as well as representatives of development cooperation partners, private sector, civil society and youth, will be gathering...
GESCI has conducted training for teachers of Science Technology English and Mathematics (STEM) in the Morogoro and Pwani regions of Tanzania.
4OO teachers will be undergoing training on ICT-Based skills in the classroom.This comes days after School Based Coordinators received training on the Technology Literacy Cycle of the African Digital Schools Initiative (ADSI) Programme.