SIPSE uses a blended-learning approach to deliver professional development to secondary teachers. In particular supporting teachers with student-centered, participative, and ICT based approaches to improve pedagogy and learning in Science, Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM) subjects.
The project disseminates learning from a successful experience in India to a context of similar, though not identical, gaps and deficits in girls’ education in Africa in a goal to improve access to and retention in secondary education for highly marginalized girls.
Spire is a new education-to-employment pathway designed to serve both students and partner employers. In contrast to traditional university programs, Spire students learn by doing—through both hands-on classroom activities and paid apprenticeships with desirable employers—to build the technical and soft skills required for lifelong success.
Plexx is a digital career counsellor that allows young people without college degrees to explore occupations, find local training, and apply to jobs all from their mobile phone.
The program aims to empower children to make the right choices for their health, education, and livelihood.
The program takes the approach of integrating information and communications technology into teacher education, focusing on building “Teachers Communities of Learning” to create digital learning resources and network with one another for sharing and learning. The larger goal of the program is to strengthen subject mater expertise among teachers.
The program focuses on helping students in making the right career decisions with the help of CARPO, an experiential learning kit for career choice and assessment. It consists of seven engaging activities that include games, puzzles, and models, leading into an online assessment that uncovers strengths and competencies that match careers.
Teach A Man To Fish have been supporting Mackay Memorial College, a government secondary school in Kampala, with entrepreneurship training delivered to teachers and pupils enabling them to set up two school businesses which have high local demand, are educational, and simple to run. The model is now being expanded to other schools across Uganda.
Learn English Audio Pilot in Nigeria (LEAPIN) is working towards bridging the digital divide in Sub-Saharan Africa by utilizing an audio unit that is powered by kinetic and renewable energy to help English teachers and learners in the classroom.
WEMA Dreamcatcher is a bus fitted with computers offering street children free access to e-learning to improve literacy and numeracy skills. The mobile unit is stationed in different parts of Mombasa with the hope that the children will leave the streets for formal education.