The Competency Based Curriculum(CBC) Diploma programmes will be offered in contracted public universities and will last for three years.By the end of three years,the teachers will have the necessary CBC pedagogies per subject, classroom management skills and CBC assessment skills.The teachers will also be taken through CBC instructional strategies, identification of learners competencies,CBC classroom activities among other units.
Since the introduction of the Competency-Based Curriculum, four classes are now on board.These are 1,2,3 and 4 in Primary School.The rest of the classes are still under the old curriculum.The Cabinet Secretary, Professor George Magoha, is determined to deliver the new curriculum which many believe is better than the old curriculum which is exam-oriented.
The Competency Based Curriculum popularly known as CBC has received a strong opposition from Kabuchai MP Hon.Majimbo Kalasinga for its lack of clarity.Speaking in Nalondo Village in his constituency,the MP criticised the CBC education system for being expensive and poorly crafted."It pains us as leaders to see the country importing an education system from foreign countries which is difficult to implement.Parents are being requested alot of things at schools.This is so unacceptable,"the MP protested.
A few days ago the government treasury was in a move to slash the 2022 budget for recruiting teachers on both permanent and internship basis.However, TSC has finally confirmed that the government has re-allocated the slashed budget to employ new teachers urgently.This means that the commission will now be in a better position of employing the said teachers according to TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia.
Remarkably, majority of Candidates who Sat for their National Examinations today on 19 April 2021 Concludes their National Examinations. However, few Candidates were done with their exams earlier on last week. This will mark the Second phase for the previous Curriculum. The 8-4-4 System of education in Kenya had been criticized for many years. Worthwhile to mention is the introduction of Competency Based Curriculum (C B C). This form of criticism has led to emergence of varied Seasonal Papers. From its definition,
Trained and registered teachers have something to smile about.Education is the backbone of the economy of our country.With millions of children at school and higher learning institutions.
Blow To Teachers as CBC Taskforce Recommends Another Certificate Before a Teacher Will Step in Class
Teaching as a profession has its own code of conduct for the teachers.The teachers are expected to be role models for the students in schools.It is these teachers whom the learners emulate in their lives.The Teachers Service Commission has always seen that the teachers behave as required of them.Those who have gone against the Commision's codes of conduct have faced the wrath of the Commision. The TSC registers all qualified teachers in the country and issues them with teaching certificates.Some teachers have
The new Competency Based Curriculum that was rolled out in 2017 has left many parents with more questions more than answers. The recent answered question was whether the junior high school will be in the current primary schools or secondary schools. As it's name goes junior high school it has to be part of senior high school. The CBC comes with different subjects in each stage. It is important for parents and teachers to know these subjects. Especially the teachers who need to train on CBC. This will help them
Last-minute intervention by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha retained KCPE examinations, to fit in the broader plan of reforming assessments under the new education system. The plan is to have learners accumulate marks scored at school level and also sit external tests administered by Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) for objectivity and certification.There was a feeling that doing away with KCPE and adopting pure school-based assessment would lead to biased scores by some teachers. It also
Competency Based Curriculum was officially launch by president Uhuru Kenyatta two weeks ago to replace 8-4-4 system of education which has been blamed for being exam centred failing to impart required skills to learners that are required in the job market.
The results-oriented curricula are now coming to an end.The 8.4.4 system is now paving a clean way to the new Competency-Based Curriculum.This is based on the acts exposed on daily basis in the ongoing exams that have shown light to the education system.
Relief for teachers as TSC conveys this crucial message on CBC.
Very late intercession by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha held KCPE assessments, to fit in the more extensive arrangement of improving appraisals under the new schooling framework. The arrangement is to have students aggregate imprints scored at school level and furthermore sit outside tests managed by Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) for objectivity and certificate. There was an inclination that getting rid of KCPE and embracing unadulterated school-based evaluation would prompt one-sided
Teachers are happy now after Teachers Service Commission conveys this good news on the next mass recruitment of teachers in this country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta at KICC in Nairobi County when he managed the dispatch of the report on the Implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum on February 09, 2021. Very late mediation by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha held KCPE assessments, to fit in the more extensive arrangement of improving evaluations under the new schooling framework. The arrangement is to have students amass marks scored at school level and furthermore sit outer tests directed by Kenya National Examinations Council
All unemployed Teachers have a great reason to smile as the Teachers Service Commission conveys good news to the.TSC is a government body entitled to offer employment to qualified Teachers.The Teachers Service Commission is now set to employ 37,000 Teachers next year.
Students in the Competency-Based Curriculum will sit a last assessment toward the finish of grade school, much the same as KCPE, yet the test won't totally choose their auxiliary school. Under the new educational program, progress from Grade 6 to optional school will be founded on a mixture model including a mix of CATs (Classroom Assessment Techniques and KNEC tests. Students will be needed to take CATs toward the finish of Grades 4, 5 and 6 that will be essential for the last imprint the students get toward
The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is a new education framework established by the Kenya Institute for Curriculum Development (KICD) team and launched in 2017 by the Ministry of Education. The 2-6-3-3-3 curriculum replace the 8-4-4 system was rolled out in January 2019 amid cries by teacher unions that the program is being rushed. The new program has been touted as the ultimate solution to the shortcomings found in the 8-4-4 scheme as it is completely skills-based. Difference between CBC & 8-4-4 System 1. Emphasis
The Competency Based Curriculum is a new curriculum in Kenya that parents, teachers and learners do not understand very well. They need proper guidance and information on this curriculum as much as possible to allow them understand what its all about. Such information like which subjects the learners will be taught at what stage is very important in the field of Education. This article shows the subjects taught on Pre-primary school, lower primary and upper primary. In as much as the CBC is at grade 4 much is
Students in the Competency-Based Curriculum will sit a last examination towards the end of elementary school, much the same as KCPE, however the test won't altogether determine their secondary school. Under the new education strategy, transition from Grade 6 to high school will be determined after a combination model including a mix of CATs (Classroom Assessment Techniques) and KNEC tests. Students will be required to take CATs toward the end of Grades 4, 5 and 6 that will be important for the last imprint the