Presentation (part of an OEB Curated Panel Session) HIG165
Digitalising Business Training of Refugee Youth
What could be a better example of "making learning meaning" than using education and technology to connect vulnerable youth to the skills they need to pursue their dreams and foster their deep potential?
This is a great case with transferable lessons on how mobile and blended learning can be used to meet learners where they are and develop real skills appropriate to their context. The project taking place in the Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Settlement offers an example of cooperative design as well, with learners taking ownership of the learning process and in turn training others.
Joseph King'ori Githaiga
Joseph is a learning and development specialist with experience in designing and developing in-person and virtual classroom learning solutions for a wide range of organizations. He has led the development of over one-hundred courses, aimed at creating engaging and lasting eLearning experiences.