After tireless efforts and sleepless nights of consultations and meetings on the 18th October 2019 at MIC premise they were held the first opening ceremony of KEZA LEARNING COMPASS by Rwanda Education Future Lab (REFL).
After tireless efforts and sleepless nights of consultations and meetings on the 18th October 2019 at MIC premise they were held the first opening ceremony of KEZA LEARNING COMPASS by Rwanda Education Future Lab (REFL), during that event they were guests from different sectors of work and but mostly they were 10 pupils from Groupe Scolaire de Gitega just as far as the REFL curriculum is designed for learners from 6 years to 12 years the invited students helped in demonstrations that were held during the event.
The event started with a welcoming note of Managing Director of REFL Mutsinzi Antoine, in his presentation, he shared to the audience the idea behind the RFEL establishment and prospects ahead.
The CEO presentation was preceded by a demonstration and manipulation of a series of educational materials that were used for teaching learners this was done by specialized Japanese nationals who have made a carrier in programming and coding teaching, during this session learners had the opportunity to manipulate, enjoy and made discoveries through tools/devices such as Ozobot, Caterpillar and Ichigo Jam.
During the closing session of the ceremony, many remarks were made and among guests of honor there was Nyarugenge district officer in charge of Nursery, Primary Education and adult literacy from the department of education, she addressed the audience the role the REFL will play in giving basic access to young learners who have aspirations to achieve high learning level in IT world and therefore complete the educational policy in IT education, she also stipulated that Nyarugenge district will continue to work in close collaboration with RFEL, in his closing remarks the Managing Director thanked whoever contributed to establishment of Keza Learning Compass and promised that the Keza learning compass will strive towards allowing learners full basic access to resourceful activities and materials found in campus.