Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have a great impact in education especially in this era of knowledge economy and information society. The integration of ICTs in education is a global concern. The use of computers in education in particular promises better and improved methods of content delivery, as well as expanding the available teaching and learning resources. The ministry has put a lot of emphasis and support on ICTs as documented in the Kenya Education Sector Support Program (KESSP).
Kenya Institute of Education (KIE), has embarked on a digital content design and development project, whose terms of reference (TOR) are to design, develop and produce digital content for use in schools in line with our national curriculum.click to read more...
Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in close collaboration with Microsoft and Intel setup a Curriculum Innovation Centre to spearhead the integration of information communication technology (ICT) in its entire programs. The Kenya Curriculum Innovation Centre (CIC) is a member of the Schools Technology Information Centre (STIC). STIC is a global programme which promotes and supports innovative use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the education sector.
CIC is a centre for showcasing best practices and innovations in ICT.
The Innovation Centre aims to promote the innovative use of ICT to enhance modern teaching and learning in the classroom through curriculum research, implementation, utilization and sharing of different ICT innovations.