TSC Finally set the date and venue of cbc training in each junior secondary school teachers (JSS) will start training from the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) next year.
The inspection will begin in January next year. The commission plans to train a total of 116,024 teachers to prepare for the start of Class 7 in January.
60,000 secondary school teachers have received the Competency Curriculum (KBK). Junior secondary teachers were trained in May this year.
Many elementary school teachers are going to participate in the upcoming 7th grade teacher training.
The transition to junior secondary schools in existing primary schools will come after it was announced that all Grade 6 students who pass the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will do so.
Primary school teachers who have degrees, diplomas and TPD certificates and are qualified to teach in secondary schools have been asked by the TSC.
State House spokesperson Hussein Mohammed said the TSC will coordinate with the Ministry of Education and the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) to train grade 7 teachers.
“The Ministry of Education, the Kenya Curriculum Development Institute and the Teachers’ Service Commission will work on ways to fast-track teachers to ensure there are enough CBC-eligible candidates in the country. “Primary attention will be given to teachers who will be dealing with seventh graders,” said a DPR spokesperson. Country.
All teachers responsible for grades 7, 8 and 9 from public (regular and SNE) and private schools will be the target audience for the study.
The board aims to train teachers in language, mathematics, humanities and technical fields.
Topics and areas offered in the junior secondary school will include 7th grade teacher training;
I.Languages - English, Kiswahili, Foreign and Local Languages and Kenyan Sign Language.
ii.Pure Science – Integrated Science of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Health Education.
iii.Applied Science – Agriculture, Home Science and Computer Studies
iv.Humanities – Social Studies (Civics, Geography, History) Religious Studies, (CRE, IRE, Hindi, HRE and PPI) and Life Skills.
v.Technical and Creative Arts – Vocational and Pre-Vocational Studies, Music, Sports and Physical Education Home Science.