Longhorn to train over 2000 Kiswahili teachers


Longhorn to train over 2000 Kiswahili teachers

In Summary

  • The training majorly targets primary school teachers countrywide and is meant to equip them with the best practices for teaching Kiswahili.
  • The giant book publisher has partnered with renowned Kiswahili author, Wallah Bin Wallah, author of Kiswahili Mufti series  to spearhead the training.

Over 2000 Kiswahili teachers countrywide are set to benefit from a training organised by Longhorn Publishers meant to equip them with better teaching skills.

The training majorly targets primary school teachers countrywide and is meant to equip them with the best practices for teaching Kiswahili in a bid to improve performance of the subject.

“The training is meant to equip the teachers with better teaching skills in light of the new curriculum developed by Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD),” said Longhorn’s Regional Sales Manager Joseph Kuria in a statement.

The giant book publisher has partnered with renowned Kiswahili author, Wallah Bin Wallah, author of Kiswahili Mufti series, both in the Old and New Curriculum and also Mazoezi na Marudio Mufti ya Kiswahili, to spearhead the training.

This happens just days after a report was released to Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed disclosing challenges facing the ongoing piloting of the new curriculum among them lack of proper training of teachers who will be involved in the roll-out of the new system of education.

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