The annual ReimaginED conference, hosted towards the end of the year in Nairobi, brings together education practitioners, funders, policymakers and caregivers to collectively explore innovative approaches to education. For the second year in a row, the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Kenya partnered with hosts, METIS, to explore this year’s theme: challenges and opportunities in implementing Kenya’s Competency-based Curriculum (CBC), as well as to showcase innovations emerging from the Schools2030 programme in the country.
The Schools2030 team was represented by ten teachers, one youth partner and five AKF team members. One of the teachers took part in a panel discussion on sharing innovative approaches to promoting equity and inclusion within the CBC. Two other teachers showcased the innovations they have created as a result of Schools2030’s Human-Centred Design (HCD) workshops to the 100+ delegates who attended the event. The AKF team, led by the Madrasa Early Childhood Programme, facilitated a session on teacher-led innovations and how they are supporting implementation of the CBC.
The photos below give a flavour of the two-day event, which included external site visits, a youth panel and an awards ceremony honouring innovative education practitioners.
Photos: Black Sky Lenses
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