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Teach each lesson as if it’s your last, urges top tutor

EDUCATION

Ademba’s win of the continental award has generated a lot of excitement in among the teaching fraternity, especially on online platforms

Teach each lesson as if it’s your last, urges top tutor

By Karanga Kariuki | 1 year ago

Passion, not the money factor, should inform career choices

Passion, not the money factor, should inform career choices

After Form Four, a student wanted to join journalism. But his father, a religious leader, would hear none of it. To him, journalism was a career of crooks and there was no way his son would train to be one. He secured him a place at a medical college.

Karanga Kariuki | 3 years ago

Television comedies debase teachers

The portrayal of teachers on television, radio and print platforms as petty, naive and nutty people can have untold effects on the perception of millions of school children about their teachers and affect their relationships with them.

Karanga Kariuki | 5 years ago

Television comedies debase teachers

The portrayal of teachers on television, radio and print platforms as petty, naive and nutty people can have untold effects on the perception of millions of school children about their teachers and affect their relationships with them.

Karanga Kariuki | 5 years ago

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