Preparing teachers for a globalized era: An examination of teaching practices in Kenya
In an increasingly globalized1 21st century, an education that is student-centered is invaluable because it supports the development of collaborative, communication and problem-solving skills (Cooke-Canitz, 2013; Kambutu & Nganga, 2009). Indeed, globalization thrives in a context of collaboration between people of different cultural persuasions (Kambutu & Nganga 2008). Therefore, it is essential for all learning institutions to help learners develop the skills, knowledge and dispositions that promote collaboration. Notwithstanding the need for such an education, many educators rarely teach for ...
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