229,000 Teachers Trained On CBC As TSC Trains 60,000 More
229,000 Teachers Trained On CBC As TSC Trains 60,000 More.
Dr. Reuben Nthamburi, Director of Quality Assurance at the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), stated that a multi-agency team has trained over 229, 000 teachers to date, ensuring that all sectors and types of learners have their needs fulfilled.
Nthamburi indicated that they are working with the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE), the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), and the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) to train teachers who have been allocated to the teacher training program.
During a SemaNaSpox zoom discussion on Monday, Nthamburi revealed that they had effectively trained the instructors who are presently teaching the grade six class, which had just started.
“We have begun teacher training for junior secondary, and we have registered almost 60, 000 teachers who will be in charge of junior secondary from January 2023.”
“Teachers from both public and private schools will be trained on new techniques and assessment,” Nthamburi said, adding that the training will take place at the Sub-County level.
According to Dr. Reuben Nthamburi, who is the Director of Quality Assurance at the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), a multi-agency team has trained over 229,000 teachers up until this point. This training has ensured that the requirements of all different types of learners and different sectors of learners have been met, in an effort to ensure that no one is left behind.
According to Nthamburi, they are working together with the Ministry of Education, the Centre for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA), the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE), the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), and the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) to provide training for teachers who have been designated to participate in the teacher training program.
Nthamburi shared on Monday during the SemaNaSpox zoom discussion that they had been successful in training the teachers who are currently conducting the grade six class, which just recently started.
“We have begun training the instructors for junior secondary, and up to this point, we have registered over 60,000 individuals who are going to be in charge of junior secondary instruction beginning in January 2023.
According to Nthamburi, “the training is being undertaken at the Sub-County level involving instructors from both public and private schools,” and the teachers will be instructed on new methodology and evaluation techniques.
Dr. Julius Jwan, who serves as the Principal Secretary for Basic Education, recently stated that the government is working to improve its capacity to evaluate students online.
He said that the government was working to improve teacher training programs for those individuals who had undergone PI training but had not yet been appointed as teachers.