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5th CERMESA RESEARCH SCHOOL FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES, Was held in Moi University Main Campus from 4th February 2019 to 16th February 2019

A warm welcome to the 5th CERM-ESA Research School! We are happy to host you at Moi University and we sincerely hope that the Research School will be an enriching and a fruitful experience. In this booklet you will find a detailed programme of the different activities planned for each day. We also encourage you to contact the project coordinator and project assistants with any administrative queries or issues you may have. They will be more than happy to assist you.Over the course of the next two weeks, you will be participating in a range of different workshops, training sessions and meetings, each of which addresses various elements. Please refer to the programme for the detailed schedule.We acknowledge the immense sponsorship and support from DAAD and take the opportunity to appreciate them. We also thank each one of you for you have given so much dedication and commitment to organizing this event. We look forward to more growth and collaboration as we begin our second phase of CERM-ESA 2019-2023. IN  PHOTOS

 

CERM-ESA Wishes to invite all the postgraduate students form the school of Education for the above Workshop form 8:30am to 4:15pm, the topics to be covered will be:

 

  • Thesis writing

  • Research Methodology(Qualitative)

  • Research Methodology(Quantitative)

  • Publication and Powerpoint

The 3rd offering of CERM-ESA Capacity Building Programme for Lecturers and Supervisors (CABLES) kicked off today at the Moi University, PDN Complex, Eldoret. The CABLES programme is designed to support lecturers and supervisors participating in DAAD funded Centres of African Excellence throughout Africa. The aim of the CABLES programme is to support the work already being done in terms of teaching and research supervision. Moi University, being the host of one of the DAAD funded Centres of African Excellence (CERM-ESA), is a beneficiary of the programme. The CABLES@MU2019 workshop which will end on 7th June, 2019, targets all the PhD holders in the School of Education and representatives from the other 14 schools in Moi University.  The first offering (CABLES@MANDELA2018) that targeted the Southern Africa Centres of Excellence was held at Nelson Mandela University in South Africa; the second offering (CABLES@EA2018) that was meant for the East African Centres of Excellence was offered at the Zanzibar Beach Resort, Zanzibar; and the 4th offering (CABLES@WA2019), for the West African Centres of Excellence will be held in October, 2019 in Accra, Ghana.

When alumni, faculty, project leaders, the international advisory board, Moi University leadership and friends of the East and South African-German Centre of Excellence for Educational Research Methodologies and Management (CERM-ESA) came together on 15 February 2019 in Eldoret, it was to celebrate the first phase and launch the second phase of the CERM-ESA project.

CERM-ESA COLLOQUIUM ON COMPETENCY BASED CURRICULUM

At Meridian Hotel.

Nairobi, Kenya on 30th-31st August, 2019

Theme: CURRICULUM AT THE CROSSROADS ; THE ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES CERM-ESA colloquium will focus on the role of universities in terms of their contribution to school and teacher education curriculum development and implementation While this colloquium will take place in the context of changes to the school curriculum in Kenya, its aim is not to discuss the merits or demerits of the new Competency Based Curriculum for Kenyan schools, but to focus on the roles that universities might play in terms of research and development of curricula and teacher development, both in times of curriculum change and during the periods between changes. International experiences will be shared and, although the stance of the colloquium is not to debate the current Competence Based Curriculum and/or its implementation, the Kenyan Institute for Curriculum Development and the Kenyan National Union of Teachers will be given an opportunity to provide perspectives in terms of the reasons for adopting the CBC and the research findings to date, respectively. Also, as curriculum changes usually begin in the lower grades and then progress upwards, the underpinning theme of the colloquium will be on the early learning years of schooling.

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