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Tanzanian Government Lauds GESCI Programme, Promises Continuity.

GESCI in partnership with The Ministry of Education Science and Technology in Tanzania and President's Office - Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG ) kicked off implementation of the African Digital Schools Initiative (ADSI) Programme in 2017 reaching out to 40 secondary schools in...

mEducation Alliance 2020 Virtual Symposium

Registration is now open for the #2020mEdSymposia to be held on 14th – 16th September. Focusing on the Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning theme, the event, Play Every Day, brings together an amazing line-up of 70+ presenters from around the world highlighting a range of tech and non-tech...

Call for Submissions: Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2020

Since its inception in 2018, the Innovating Education in Africa Expo has continued to gather momentum and established itself as the leading Pan-African event promoting the adoption of Education Innovations in Africa. The African Union Commission (AUC) and Partners across Africa will hold the...

Morogoro Schools Awarded for Integrating ICTs

GESCI facilitated training of school principals and school Board of Management chairpersons from 20 secondary schools implementing the ADSI programme in Morogoro Region Tanzania. The 20 schools were also awarded for successfully completing the e-confident phase in the GESCI DSD Development...

GESCI Approach: Remote Learning in times of crisis

Education is one of the largely affected sectors as the world battles the COVID19 pandemic.In May 2020, GESCI launched an online platform with resources that learners can interact with. This platform is fully student centered and uses the Kenyan Secondary education curriculum as the material was...

Award of ENEA plaques and certificates in Cote d'Ivoire

At the end of the Digital Schools of Distinction workshop, 20 heads of schools from schools implementing the Ecole Numérique d'Excellence Africaine (ENEA) Programme in Côte d'Ivoire made a commitment to implement its DSD roadmap so that learning never stops in their respective school structures. ...

GESCI COVID 19 Response in Cotè d'Ivoire

This project was initiated in response to the closing of schools caused by Corona Virus. Using the Digital Schools of Distinction (DSD) road map and a whole school approach to integrate ICTs in learning, an e-learning platform was developed by using Google Classroom.

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