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Philosophy of education and the Africanization of secondary school curriculum in Kenya
The essence of restructuring and Africanizing secondary school curriculum to accommodate the attributes of Kenyan philosophy of education together with African philosophical thinking is inevitable not only in Kenya, but ...
The promise of integrated English curriculum: teachers’ and head teachers’ reactions and reflections
(Horizon Research Publishing, 2016)
Abstract The current Kenyan secondary English curriculum (2002) has adopted an integrated approach not only to teaching, but also to the assessment of English language and Literature. This re-organisation is meant to improve ...
Education access and retention for street children: perspectives from Kenya
Human beings and specifically in African societies value children for they determine the communities’ future and place them at the centre of their family life. Over the decades, governments have recognized the importance of ...
Job Preparedness Constrains among Learners with Intellectual Disability in Nakuru County, Kenya
The purpose of the study was to investigate preparedness of learners with intellectual disability for transition from special schools to work in Nakuru County, Kenya. The researcher adopted the Piaget’s theory that ...
Effects of Curriculum on Transition to the World of Work for Learners with Intellectual Disability in Special Schools of Nakuru County, Kenya
(Academic Hosting & Event Management Solutions, 2018)
The purpose of the study was to investigate transition plans in the curriculum of learners with intellectual disability in special schools in Nakuru County, Kenya. The researcher adopted the Piaget’s theory that deals with ...