CBC is one of the modern based Curriculum studies in Kenya. This education System is one of the best systems in Kenya. This is because the system does not only focus on the theory aspect, but also in real life aspect. Children are taught important key values such as learning how to cook, learning how to be responsible Citizens by helping the needy example if they meet a blind person wanting to cross the road, how they should offer help.
CBC is the new type of Curriculum based Education which was introduced to Kenya some few years back and it is currently been implemented. Currently Children will have to study for only six years in the primary level and Six years in the secondary level. Things taught in the new education curriculum are based on real life experiences.
The Government is changing the Education system from the previous 8.4.4 system to the current 188.8.131.52.The new system is expected to fully equip the learners with practical skills that will greatly help them in future. The new Curriculum is expected to officially kick off in secondary schools by 2023.This is when the double transition will come to effect.The teachers have been constantly trained by TSC in readiness for successful implementation.The primary school teachers have been trained repeatedly.
A summarized explanation of the Curriculum based Education and its benefit to the learners its aim and how it will make a difference on them. This includes the structure and the subjects in all levels and what to expect of the learners. As it focuses on the learners abilities as depicted on the structure and the subjects.
The Teachers Service Commission(TSC) has given a hint why the new academic year may be pushed ahead due to the challenges faced by both parents and teachers. This is due to the fact that the new Curriculum Based Education is to be implemented beginning this new term.
Year in year out,the KCSE students have been performing poorly in the languages especially in English.Most of the schools fail to achieve their targets.The girls have however been outshining the boys in most of the successive years.However,this is different in the KCPE exams where there have been tremendious improvements from the students' performances.
Teacher Professional Development (TPD) is a programme that was launched by Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and aimed at continuously developing and improving teachers skills,knowledge and competencies in accordance to the new Curriculum Based Curriculum (CBC) All the 340,000 teachers in the country under the government payroll will now have to prepare themselves to undertake refresher courses that will guide their promotions and developments.
The ministry of education has already set a foundation of a new curriculum, Competency Based Curriculum. Learners in class five are the founders of the new education system. The ministry of education appointed some schools which will be used for Junior secondary. Teachers are currently undertaking trainings on the new Curriculum.
Source TSC. Comprehensive teacher training on the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) and Competency Based Assessment (CBA) started on November 24, 2021 countrywide. It is expected to end on December 17, 2021. The training targets two teachers and a headteacher from each public primary school, including those handling learners with special needs.
Photo Courtesy. The last few days have not been the best for education cabinet secretary George Magoha as a push against the competency-based curriculum continues. There have been lots of complaints from parents and teachers. According to many, the Curriculum is not improving learners, and instead, it's throwing them into an abyss of ignorance with learners showing no progress.
The competency-based curriculum (CBC) is a good move for Kenyan education as it encourages early specialization for our children. In a society characterized by consumerisms and individual-centered solutions for person-centered needs, Kenya needed an education system that is learner-focused, and the CBC was the go-to curriculum.
Former Kenya National Union of Teachers, KNUT boss Willison Sossion has finally broken his silence after he went he resigned as the teachers union boss following unending wrangles with the government. Sossion who was regarded as no nonsense defender of teachers' rights found himself on the wrong side with the teachers' employer, TSC who made sure that his stay at the helm on the union was a hell.
The new curriculum which was introduced in Kenya few years ago by the stakeholders of education in collaboration with the government agencies is now at higher tension. Parents and teachers have are complaining about Compitence Based Curriculum (CBC), Parents Claims that the Curriculum is very expensive in terms of materials needed hence some Parents and Guardians cannot afford to pay for it.
The education sector in kenya has been facing great challenges for the past few years after the introduction of a new curriculum. In attempts to remove the 8.4.4 education system, the ministry came up with a new curriculum known as Competence Based Curriculum . Curriculum went through a piloting stage and is now slowly rooting deeper.
Nominated Member of Parliament and former KNUT Secretary General, Wilson Sossion has today left Kenyans in questions after declaring concerning the new curriculum of learning which the ministry of education is implementing. Wilson Sossion has always been against the Curriculum Based Competence (CBC) which is the new curriculum of learning.
The new curriculum for primary school children is very tiresome and some parents and guardian have also started complaining of the same due to its heavy and many requirements. Today the competency based Curriculum (CBC) has done a parent to post it on Facebook saying he is now tired with the curriculum after they were asked to help the kids organize for a crusade at market places.
The competency based Curriculum has brought numerous changes in the education system, with many parents stating that the system is expensive. And now, the system is set to also be abit expensive for teachers. According to a report by the Nation, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) rolled out the Teachers professional Development programme.
The term Competency Based Curriculum was our upbringing structure that changed the 8-4-4 system in our country,that was established in the year 2017.It was initiated to nurture the system have an occasion for the upshot of erudition to embolden an instructor to convey their career. The Curriculum in Kenya was introduced to every Kenyan to transform into a better citizen,by equipping skills,opportunity to every Kenyan,learners who need to move ahead with their career of education.
Competence Base Curriculum has mostly been associated with goodies that will transform the Kenyan labor force. The Curriculum is learner-centered and aims at enhancing skills possessed by the kids. Though the previous curriculums and CBC aim at producing an independent and successful individual, the following skills will never be taught;
Implementation of the newly developed Centered Based Curriculum(CBC) has really been facing a lot of challenges since its proposal. The Curriculum has been seen as a very expensive one compared to the previous one.The President of Law Society of Kenya(LSK) Nelson Havi has promised to go to the court to stop the implementation of CBC.