Linah Anyango

ICT Integration Coach and Coordinator Regis School Runda, Kenya

Linah is a Biology and Chemistry teacher at Regis School Runda. In her 12 years of teaching, she has been coming up with innovative ways of improving learning outcomes among marginalized girls in Mombasa by embracing and infusing technology in their lessons.

In her quest to inspire girls to venture in the STEM field, she started the Girls in STEM club in her school, where she trains girls in Digital Literacy, invites mentors to speak to them and also prepares them for various STEM fairs. Linah has shared her insights on the role of ICT integration in transforming learning experiences and improving learning outcomes in various teacher workshops and conferences.

As a teacher coach, she has coached over 200 teachers within Mombasa on ICT integration and has been a Microsoft Trainer and Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert from 2018. She is a TechWomen alumna and was this year nominated among the Top 50 Finalists for the Global Teacher Prize


Full Agenda. Sessions

Driving STEAM Learning in the Middle East and Africa

STEAM learning is pivotal to creating truly dynamic future learners. Whilst many education providers have now developed initiatives to integrate STEAM into the classroom, the pace is still slow. Our education experts will discuss their approach to utilising STEAM learning in the classroom, and answer the following questions:

  • How might we design the coaching programmes so that they become acceptable to the teachers?
  • How might we influence Education policy makers to include STEAM subjects in the school curriculum?
  • How might we use technology to facilitate Gender Responsive Pedagogy with a view of reducing the glaring gender disparities in STEM

Tuesday 08 December 15:40 - 16:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 12/08/2020 15:40 12/08/2020 16:00 Driving STEAM Learning in the Middle East and Africa STEAM learning is pivotal to creating truly dynamic future learners. Whilst many education providers have now developed initiatives to integrate STEAM into the classroom, the pace is still slow. Our education experts will discuss their approach to utilising STEAM learning in the classroom, and answer the following questions:
  • How might we design the coaching programmes so that they become acceptable to the teachers?
  • How might we influence Education policy makers to include STEAM subjects in the school curriculum?
  • How might we use technology to facilitate Gender Responsive Pedagogy with a view of reducing the glaring gender disparities in STEM
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