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Pan African Innovative Education Forum Results - 2010

The 2010 Microsoft Pan African Innovative Education Forum took place in Mombasa Kenya from 24 – 26 August 2010 and included tracks for Innovative Schools and Innovative Teachers. During the event representatives from 15 African countries participated in workshops, exhibitions, seminars and a tour around Mombasa.

The Forum was held at the Aga Khan Academy – a Pathfinder Innovative School and culminated with a gala dinner where teachers were recognized for their efforts to incorporate technology into their teaching in creative and engaging ways.

From the Innovative Teachers whose projects were showcased, the following teachers were selected to represent Africa at the Worldwide Innovative Education Forum which is to be held in Cape Town in October.

Innovation in Community

  • Best Practice: Samuel Avornyor (Ghana), “Rural Food Processing Industries”
  • First Runner-Up: Nandini Sukhoo-Busawon (Mauritius), “Endemic Plants””
  • Second Runner-Up: Preesheila Singh-Ujoodha (Mauritius), “Wellness and Fitness for Life”

Innovation in Collaboration

  • Best Practice: Linda Bradfield (South Africa), “Trash to Treasure”
  • First Runner-Up: Sunia Dokter, Shireen Persens, Ngaka Ralekoala, Lehentse Seekoei (South Africa), “Children Who Care”

Innovation in Content

  • Best Practice: Warren Sparrow (South Africa), “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”
  • First Runner-Up: Anthony Gioko (Kenya), “Publishing on the Web”
  • Second Runner-Up: Jonathan Serunkuma (Uganda), “Art for a Better Environment”

Educators’ Choice Award

  • Best Practice: Lilian Ofori-Asare (Lesotho), “Amazing Maize”
  • Second Runners-Up: David Onyango (Kenya), “Combating Climate Change”
  • Second Runners-Up: Hobilalaina Fanantenana (Madagascar) “Creating Multimedia Didactic Support;
  • Second Runners-Up: Chris Gatsi (South Africa) “Zero Tolerance for Bribery Campaign”

Judges’ Award

  • Berlina Mokhakala (Lesotho), “Effects of Migration;”
  • Jeffrey Nanty (Seychelles), Will the Sand Ever Come Back?;”
  • Nwodo Monday Obinna (Nigeria), “Hypertension - The Silent Killer”



2008 Flier (PDF)

South African Finals 2007

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