"Virtual Learning Platforms for High Schools"

Project leaders at MMUST are dissecting the way 21st century students learn STEM subjects, and exploring methods of education that incorporate technology in this learning process.  We are working to expand teaching possibilities through this project “East African Computational Chemistry Infrastructure.” Our greatest achievement so far is the implementation of the virtual chemistry program in selected high schools.The benefits of implementing virtual learning technology in the classroom have already become evident, as high school students across Kenya engage in more in-depth science curriculum than ever buy viagra before. Thus far, we have implemented the virtual chemistry program in three schools:Hafumbure Secondary, Lukhuna Girls Secondary, and Isidikho Secondary.  (Click here to play the video).  Partnerships with the latter schools have been extremely fruitful and we look forward to expand collaborations to other institutions soon.  The impact of this aspect of the project has been enhanced by the trainer-to-trainer model of implementation. 

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HP Catalyst MMUST chapter develops more effective approaches to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. 


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Isaac K Owino

Charman Pure and Applied Chemistry

Masinde Muliro University

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