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Dr. David Ngatia from  the School  of Education, Arts & Social Sciences (SEASS) and  one of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) consultants, successfully mentored the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE) staff on Online facilitation of the  second run  of the Inclusive Teaching and Learning (ITL) massive open online course (MOOC) supported by COL over the period September 5 – 30, 2022.

The four-week course, offered jointly with KISE, attracted 2,076 participants from 38 countries, including 13 non-Commonwealth nations. Of these learners, about 52 per cent were female, with the highest number of registrants being from Nigeria, Kenya, India, Botswana, Gambia and Ghana.

The ITL course is the first of a pair of professional development courses on Inclusive Education, which draw on the UNICEF Wave model for inclusive education. The second course, Creating an Inclusive School (CIS), will be offered in the near future. Both courses were initially developed with expertise from the Open University, UK.


Dr. Ngatia (ITL COL Mentor) with KISE Staff

Read the full story on:  https://www.col.org/news/col-mooc-on-inclusive-teaching-and-learning-attracts-over-2000-participants/

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