Caleb Seda
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Kerith Brook Academy
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About Me
I am a teacher of ICT. I have been teaching for 21 years having taught Mathematics and Physics in a national public school. I then moved to private sector where I have been a teacher of Computer Science and ICT since 1996.

Of late I initiated the Kerith Brook Academy as an online school providing quality and affordable education to the global community of learners in prep and secondary schools. Kerith Brook is a name I adopted from a community school I am running to support secondary school education of children from poor families around Nairobi city.

Besides helping children of all background gain access to quality lessons, funds raised from small subscriptions would be used to establish technology infrastructures within those communities where our the academy's online lessons are unreachable.

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At 8:24am on August 27, 2009, Caleb Seda said…
Hi everyone. I'm a newbie in this forum from Nairobi, Kenya. I am fascinated by resources for collaboration in education. I'm surprised that Classroom 2.0 has only 28K members. Please help me find members who are interested in ICT teaching especially ready to work with me to prepare and host online lessons for schools pupils.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
 
 
 

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