Fri, 31 May 2013
In some areas of Africa, there is a shortage of teachers and good quality education. Thankfully, there are many initiatives to help address this shortfall.
On this week’s episode, Fiona talks to Dr. Samson Nashon about the Faculty of Education’s work in a joint educational program at Dadaab. They highlight the diploma in Teacher Education that is being offered as part of a collaborative education program with various other institutions and with help from CIDA funding. Samson talks about his work in the project and discusses issues of culture, international development and awareness, and a lot more as well. It’s a fascinating interview.
Before that, your hosts talk about mobile devices in the classroom. Are they a force for good or evil? Or both?
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Episode 60 (45:38)
00:18 | Introduction
08:43 | Interview – The Future of Learning at Dadaab
Interview with Dr. Samson Nashon
40:27 | What’s Happening in PDCE?
Exit Question: How much time per day or per week do you spend on social media?
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“Clutching Hand” by Thoola
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