First IBTM ToT Training Begins


The digital age is here with us and we cannot wish it away. Inoorero University (IU) commenced its first training on the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the teaching curriculum from the 5th – 9th December 2011. The training was aimed at Trainers
of Teachers (ToT) who would collaborate with the University in training teachers on how to integrate ICT in the delivery of their content in all subjects. The first ICT Based Teaching and Information Management (IBTM) certified Trainers and who participated in the workshop are
28. The collaborating participants came from Kagumo Teachers Training College, Inoorero University, Othaya Teachers Training College, PC Kinyanjui Technical Training Institute, and private self-sponsored teachers from Nairobi. The participants were
encouraged to be the champions of the Digital Teacher in Kenya.

The IBTM curriculum was developed jointly by the Ministry of Education, Teacher Service Commission, Kenya Institute of Education and Inoorero University. The ToT training prepares trainers who will start training teachers at their respective approved centers from 2012. The five day “hands on” workshop was well received by participants. The course covered the following topics during the five days:

Introduction: Role of TOT in IBTM

  • Overview of IBTM
  • Who is a TOT
  • Duties and responsibilities of a TOT
  • TOT project overview

ICT in Education (Kenya)

  • ICT Policy
  • Integration of ICT classroom practice and Effective pedagogical practices using ICT

Preparation for classes

  • Digitization defined
  • Digitized syllabus
  • Digitized lesson plan
  • Digitized scheme of work (MS Office)

Examination: Digitized tests

Instructional material

  • Optical devices
  • Presentations using PowerPoint
  • Web hosting
  • Learning Management Systems

Creating instructional material: Animation and simulation basics

  • Principles of animation
  • Keyframe animation
  • Articulated figures
  • Kinematics Dynamics

Animation:: Truespace


  • Definition
  • Simulation applications

Student Records Management

  • Definition of computer based Information systems
  • Elements of information systems
  • Types of information systems

OpenSIS (student information systems)

  • Class lists
  • Mark lists
  • Reports
  • Timetables
  • Attendance registers

Customizing information system

  • Using Ms Office VBA

Presentation of mini project

  • Group projects and presentations using PowerPoint

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