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4 Online Educational Platforms High School Kenyan Students Need

by Vanessa Waithera
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The key to life is education and knowledge and technology has made this challenge possible each and every day. For certain more people are now educated and information is not stuck in urban areas but also spreading to rural areas and places where getting an education seems almost impossible. However these e-learning platforms have made given teachers and students a better interacting system that has enabled many to have all the material they need online.

1 .Kytabu

As long as you have mobile money then you can access this application at an affordable price. They have local teachers and the necessary curriculum material on mobile devices and gives teachers an opportunity to create learning content around the required content.This allows students to enjoy learning and can have a better teacher-student relationship.

2. Eneza Education

The whole point of Eneza was to ensure that students in rural areas could also access an education. They have a dedicated group of teachers and affordable fee for whoever who may need it.

3. eLimu center

eLimu has digitized the Kenyan national curriculum content to deliver an affordable and engaging app to primary children in Kenya.The app is diversified in a way that it can focus on on digitally rich videos, animations, and games, the app promotes cognitive thinking skills, social consciousness, and IT literacy alongside academic learning.

4. Moringa School

It has been praised as Africa’s top coding school, Moringa School is a full-time, immersive coding school in Nairobi, Kenya. After a selective admission process, 12 students out of around 200 applicants are selected to undergo a four-month intense boot-camp training to become the next generation of ‘techies’.

Throughout this period, students go through an accelerator programme to improve their technical skills, learning different programming languages such as Javascript, HTML, CSS, Ruby on Rails, Android L or UI&UX Design. In addition, presentation skills and business fundamentals are additional modules to ensure that the learners are well-equipped upon ‘graduation’ from the school. Since its creation in 2014, 100 students have already graduated and, among those, 59 per cent have reported a salary increase after the code course, averaging USD$23,000 annually.

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