This orientation module is a general introduction to using the KEMI
eLearning Site based on Moodle Learning Management System. In this
module, you will be provided with practice activities and demonstrations
of the types of online activities your trainer may ask you to
participate in during your study.
This online space has been created to introduce you to our Facilitators, training program and assessments, and most importantly your peers. Each one of you will create ePortfolios of your journey to become more effective Leaders. A rubric will be provided to guide you on choosing a level of excellence you wish to strive to achieve.
This course is designed to help you learn about the concept of ICT integration in education , the challenges that schools. It also covers Assistive Technologies that promote inclusive education, best practices in ICT integration, and the role of school leaders in encouraging the use of ICTs in education
This unit covers the overview of BECF, interpretation of curriculum designs, professional documents, learner centred learning approaches, Competency Based Assessment, institutional based Continuous Professional Development (CPD), inclusive learning and the role of school leaders in the implementation of CBC in JSS.
This unit examines the subjects covered in JSS and the pre-vocational level.It also covers the learning outcomes of the middles school and pre-vocational levels. Further, this unit covers the curriculum design and professional documents for teachers such as schemes of work, lesson plans and records of work.
This course will cover integrating competency based learner approaches, varied leaner pedagogy, competency based assessments, the principles guiding assessments, assessments for learners with special needs and the role of school leaders in assessments.
As a school leader, it is important to be committed to ongoing learning and improving for every school employee. This course will discuss the concept of IBCPD, purpose of IBCPD, opportunities that support IBCPD, strategies for the implementation of IBCPD in schools, IBCPD cycle and IBCPD.
This course will cover inclusive learning, the differentiated learning strategies and approaches. It will also cover the role of school leaders in supporting the implementation of CBC in JSS by involving all the stakeholdres.
This unit covers Parental Empowerment and Engagement, the role of parents and CBC guidelines on parental empowerment and engagement. It also covers value-based education, community and religious programs and how to engage parents in value-based education.
This is the second part of Unit 3 on Learner Support Programmes (LSPs). This course covers different topics on Community Service Learning, Career Guidance, Citizenship Education, Environmental Education and non-formal programmes.
This unit covers financial management in schools and explores the policy and legal frameworks in Kenya that focus on values like openness, integrity, and accountability. It will also cover the Public Finance Management Act which play a pivotal role in guaranteeing the effective utilisation of government resources.
In this Unit, we shall delve into three critical components: the strategic plan, annual work plan, and school improvement plans. A carefully crafted strategic plan is essential for a school's success, setting a clear vision, fostering teacher clarity, and enhancing accountability.
Welcome to part 2 of Unit 6. Institutional Based Quality Assurance (IBQA) is a self-assessment process used by schools to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses and make data-driven decisions to improve learning outcomes. This session specifically addresses how Junior School (JS) leadership can oversee quality in areas like school infrastructure, curriculum implementation, learner welfare, and community engagement
To enable an institution to meet goals and produce desired results, institutional governance consists of a variety of internal procedures that are aligned to legal requirements. This course will introduce you to the procedures of developing and implementing the curriculum, managing the welfare of students and staff, providing physical facilities, and forging relationships with the community.
This course covers the Importance of Institutional Based Quality Assurance in Promoting Quality Education. Quality education focuses on the development of learners in various aspects such as social, emotional, mental, physical, and cognitive. To achieve this, schools need adequate infrastructure, relevant curriculum, and staff.