INEE Minimum Standards Case Study: Capacity Building of the Lecturers at the University of Nairobi

This case study illustrates the ways in which the IRC and University of Nairobi staff have used the INEE Minimum Standards in developing a new Masters of Education degree in Education in Emergencies. In this case, the Minimum Standards serve as a resource to shape the curriculum and guide the faculty and students in teaching and learning about the field. The Minimum Standards also enable the students to apply their study of EiE theory through the use of a key tool in the education sector. This case study provides a unique perspective on how the INEE Minimum Standards can be utilized as a resource for teaching and learning.

Information sur les Ressources

Type de ressource

Case Study

Publié

Publié par

Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

Écrit par

Caroline Waruguru Ndirangu

Thème(s)

INEE Minimum Standards
Levels of Learning - Tertiary Education

Zone géographique d'intérêt

Kenya