The Competency-Based Curriculum is an education system that was implemented to replace the Eight Four Four system of education. According to the Ministry of Education, MOE, the system was to help students gain knowledge from classwork and involve themselves in practical. According to pictures going viral online, a CBC student has managed to build several vehicles.
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Something that is really causing some concerns especially with the parents and Kenyans at large is what exactly is happening we have seen several schools being closed down because their students have burnt down the school dormitories and classes, what could be the cause of all this unrest? There is a lot of unrest in our schools most of the schools that have been engaged in that unrest, the main cause is that the program is too much congested, there's a crash program and some of these students are not able to cope, but again taking into consideration that they don't have a long break this year is also causing jitters among the students, most of them just want to go home get a long break, and that is the message they are trying to send that they need a break and again these students are so much engaged in academic work.
The court rulling today which certified CBC petition as urgent and raising substantial issues hands CBC a tough task for survival. In a petition filed by LSK president Nelson Havi, CBC is challenged all the way from policing to implementation. Havi, raises issues of legality and importance of the CBC program.
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Competency-based curriculum or competency-based education is a framework for teaching and assessment of learning. It is also described as a type of education based on predetermined "competencies," which focuses on outcomes and real-world performance. Competency-based learning is sometimes presented as an alternative to traditional methods of assessment in education.
Amina Mohamed yesterday in kawangware urged the youths to greatly focus on sports to lift Kenya into other levels. She said that they have done their part to ensure that the Kenyan government now raise more and more people to the international competition. She again said that she will not be in charge of sport for the entire life but she will be out in that job soon.
Competency based curriculum is a new form of education which was introduced in the country some few months ago. Many students who are in grade 3, 4 and 5 are enjoying this new system of education. Learners are allowed to do different projects and the work of a teacher is monitoring and assessing them.
In the past few months, parents and other stakeholders complained about the new competence-based curriculum. Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi took the matter to the high Court to stop the implementation of the curriculum. Photo: Courtesy The petition requested the court to stop it until proper framework and procedure that suits all is found.
Hilarious video of CBC students selling farm produce and different products in their class as part of CBC curriculum has surfaced online and it has shown how CBC is really good. CBC curriculum is more of pratical work than theory work. (Photo| Courtesy) The young CBC students dressed like hawkers and 'mama mboga', were doing exactly what it's being done in market places.
The primary teachers reap big as the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) delivers this crucial message over Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). Actually the Teachers Service Commission is totally striving towards the success of Competency Based Curriculum education system, the commission has been addressing the shortage of teachers in various secondary schools by offering employment opportunities to teachers across this country, as a result of 100% transition which is taking place from the primary schools to the secondary schools.
Photo/Courtesy Photos of a primary school pupil capturing pictures on CBC project emerges on the social media platforms. The photos sparked lots of reactions from people across the country. CBC curriculum Kenya was drafted by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development. The curriculum was initiated in 2017 after being approved by the education ministry.
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Basic education PS Julius Jwan on Monday 15th November signed a circular that points out that the co curriculum activities are set to resume and should be guided to ensure COVID-19 protocols are observed. This is of much benefits to students as co curriculum activities removes monotony of the classroom making students refresh,Helps in blood purification making them to be physically fit thus strengthening body defensive mechanism again diseases. Besides it also promotes unity among schools involved,Helps learners
CBC is the new curriculum in Kenya. It started in Kenya some few years ago. It is known as 220.127.116.11. Two years in preschool, six years in lower primary, six years in secondary school and three years in University or college. Advantages to CBC for parents and learners
Photo/Courtesy Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development has shared a crucial message pertaining the importance of playing among the Kenyan students and pupils. In the message shared by KICD through Facebook, playing is essential for the child. It stimulates the mind, therefore talents can be easily be identified while the child is away from school.
Competence based curriculum was introduced to replace 844 curriculum which is exam oriented. It is meant to impart learners with practical skills that are needed in the job market. Unlike 844 that concentrates on acquiring of skills and knowledge CBC will tackle the problem of releasing half baked graduates to the job market.
The coming of the competency based curriculum will mean massive opportunities for teachers especially those in primary School level.In two years time the curriculum will split to junior secondary School which will comprises of grades 7,8 and 9.In 2923 the pioneers of the competency based curriculum will sit for national exams at grade 6 before joining junior secondary.
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Debates have continued to be witnessed amongst Kenyan parents following the implementation of the new curriculum known as Competent Based Curriculum (CBC) with a section of parents moving to court in an attempt to boycott the ministry of education over CBC. Amongst the claims that are pushing parents to go against the new curriculum includes, high expenses in terms of time, money and resources needed for their learners to carry out their home works and even class works.