Yesterday Governor Alli Hassan Joho made a post through his social media account that his County Government through the Department of Education and ICT was to launch Robotic lessons for Early childhood education. In the video released in his social media account yesterday, teachers confirmed that the robotic program is targeting more than 20k pupils across the county and some local teachers had been trained to take the children through the robotic lessons.
The launching ceremony was graced by senior coastal political leaders and some children were at the forefront of the ceremony with robotic toys that they used to demonstrate the interest of children in current technology. Joho believes that children are excited by digital assets like smartphones, Ipads, and laptops.
The program was launched at Buxton ECD Centre and this could be a game-changer even as Kenya anticipates the change in the education system proposed by the ministry of education.
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