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Maseno University Holds a Training of Trainers Workshop on Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC)

Team of Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) at Maseno University

School of Education conducted a Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) Training Workshop on Friday 11th March, 2022 at the Siriba Campus.  The workshop conducted in conjunction with the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) looked at topics covered on the importance of CBC to teachers and learners.
The training covered methods for planning and carrying out online teaching and learning, digitals tools that provide interactive and involving learning experiences and design approaches and methodology necessary in enabling participants to design visual manuscripts for their courses. In addition, participants were also taken through use of open educational resources, digital learning practices and materials, sharing educational practices and competence based mode of assessment which will help them teach teachers on methods of assessment in the Competency Based Curriculum.

Participants at the CBC Workshop

During the workshop; participants were introduced to the role of technology in higher education teaching to ensure successful implementation of CBC; the trainers demonstrated the different methodology for planning and carrying out teaching & design and how to apply digital tools in pedagogically appropriate way in an online/blended/classroom learning situation. 
The training was officially opened by Dean School of Education, Prof. Maureen Olel who assured participants that the university as a premier institution of higher learning will be at the forefront of implementing all the CBC requirements.

The workshop was coordinated by Prof. Francis Indoshi from Maseno University’s School of Education.