Education Stakeholders have to go back to the drawing board following this bad news over CBC. The ministry of education together with the government of Kenya have been working hard, to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum CBC education system has taken place as scheduled by the education stakeholders.
Competency Based Curriculum had brought many changes to school and education sector since arrival.Some changes has to be made and implemented. Both the Ministry of Education and Teachers Service Commission will be affected by these changes. Teachers Service Commission will have to deploy at least 1000 practicing P1 teachers to secondary school in September this year.
The government of Kenya has already set the foundation of the new system of education, the Competency Based Curriculum. The students who will join grade six this month as from 25/04/2022 are the founders of the new curriculum. he Teachers Service Commission has organized several trainings for Teachers to get trained on how to handle learners in the new Education system.
Kenya's current Competency Based Curriculum is still in its infancy, but it is on the verge of maturation, with primary level national assessments scheduled for this year. Sixth grade is the final year of elementary school. All parents, teachers, and students are concerned about how well the government is preparing for the transition of students following the exams.
The current Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is facing a lot of challenges when it comes to transition. After implementation five years ago it is now in the final sixth year in primary school. All learners in grade six months to do their final Kenya Certificate of Primary Assessment(KCPA).
The new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) requires the existing boarding and day secondary schools, to admit learners transiting from Grade Six to Grade Seven, based on guidelines to be provided by the ministry of education. Therefore, Prof George Magoha, CS Education has declared that, as the new admission of Grade 7 learners to Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) sets in, JSS will be offered in both boarding and day secondary schools countrywide.
The ministry of education receive good news shortly after the release of 2021 as state sets to convene this crucial conference. According to the ministry of education, the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) education is going to be put in place by next year (2023).
Parents concerned over Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) following this message. The ministry of education has been putting all efforts to see that the new education system is successful, therefore the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) under 8-4-4 is going to be replaced by Kenya Primary Education Assessment (KPEA) under Competency Based Curriculum.
Competency Based Curriculum was introduced in the country by the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta to improve the form of education. In this form of education, learners are taught different learning areas and also taken through different assessments. According to the source, new details have just emerged about junior secondary schools.
The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) has come with its benefits and drawbacks. Besides being expensive in terms of requirements, both time and physical resources, the CBC seems to has brought more benefits than demerits. Helping children realise their potential early enough to pave way for extensive realisation of those potentials is one of the most important insights brought about by the Competency Based Curriculum.
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Competency Based Curriculum is a new form of education which is expected to replace 8.4.4 system of education. The government has invested billions of money to make sure CBC is implemented. Also more classes for Junior Secondary Schools have been build in different schools in the country. According to the source, new details have just emerged about the grade seven students who are also CBC pioneers.
The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) Education system was was introduced in Kenya in Twenty seventeen to replace the 8-4-4 system of education. The introduction of CBC has come with a lot of changes to both Teachers, stakeholders and learners because they don't understand how it works.
Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) refers to an education programme that is based on learner's ability to apply the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values they are expected to acquire as they progress through education.CBC system was introduced in the year 2017. The difference between 8-4-4 and CBC is that there is a change of emphasis from the the tradition of chalk-and-talk teaching to focussing on the students,by learning in groups and not just memorizing facts but developing competencies and understanding core values and important issues.
The new curriculum is being rolled out one year at a time The first CBC cohorts piloted in 2017 will complete grade 12(currently form 4) in 2028.If your child was in class five in 2020,they will be the last cohorts to use 8-4-4, taking form four in 2027.
Competency Based Curriculum was introduced in the country by the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta. The new system is expected to improve the system of education in the country . The government has invested billions of money through building several classrooms and also supplying teaching and learning materials to all public schools in the country.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the only commission in Kenya that is mandated to recruit, promote and transfer teachers from one serving station to another. The Commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr. Nancy Macharia has been working round the clock to ensure that teachers are well equipped with relevant knowledge and skills of handling learners.
Kenya is currently using the 8- 4- 4 system of education. The implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is underway and the grade six will be sitting for their national examinations in December, 8- 4- 4 is still the official education system until when the CBC will completely be rolled out up to form four.
For almost two months, all of the country's students have been on vacation. Before returning to school, the majority of them helped their parents with some household chores. President Uhuru Kenyatta, according to the source, has now broken the quiet and disclosed additional facts concerning the school's reopening.
The Competency Based Curriculum has been in use for a while now and despite rigorous opposition from a section of Kenyans, the government has gone ahead with the implementation that seems to be paying off. Picture courtesy. CS Education. Just yesterday, the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Professor George Magoha opened new junior high school classrooms in some schools in Murang'a County after doing the same last week in Kisii County.
Education is the key to success. Most people believe so yet others does not. Since the introduction of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC), Kenyan education is more on practical learning than theoritical learning. Since professor George Omore Magoha being the Cabinet Secretary for Education there alot of changes in the educational sector.