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    KICD Director, Dr Julius Jwan assist a pupil learn through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) at St Joseph's Girls Primary School, Busia County, as Computer teacher Mellisa Odunga pays attention.

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    Digital Literacy Program

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    St Joseph's Girls Primary School pupils go through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) in Busia County.

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    Vidijah Dalizu (left) and Mariam Omar develop prototypes to be used as learning resources on environmental lessons. KICD has developed teachers' handbooks, guides and pupils handbooks besides training teachers on new curriculum where a learner is taken through activities to ensure they can perform certain tasks.

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    The Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Education flagging off the early years curriculum pilot phase at KICD

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    Our 3 star restaurant offers a fine dining experience

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    State of the Art Conference facilities are available

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    KICD Staff Charles Munene shares learning materials for the proposed curriculum with teachers from Kakamega, Vihiga and Bungoma counties during a training session in Sigalagala National Polytechnic in Kakamega

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    A teacher takes learners through the proposed curriculum in one of the pilot schools in Kakamega county

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    Excited pupils as teachers bring the proposed curriculum that is learner centred into a classroom setup.

BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM  FRAMEWORK

The Basic Education Curriculum Framework (BECF) is the outcome of extensive stakeholder engagement, a national needs assessment study....read more

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The Print and Publications Section at KICD focuses on developing quality print and publication works which is in tandem with the Institute’s quality policy of “providing quality curricula and curriculum support materials responsive to the needs of the society”.

The section does the print and publications work for the Institute’s departments as well as other government institutions and private clientele at an affordable price.

Print and Publications mainly specializes in Bookwork production but also produces other printed materials:

  • Business Cards
  • Brochures
  • Fliers 
  • Banners, Roll up Banners (Promotional Materials)
  • Flip- Charts
  • Books, Magazine, Newsletter, Calendars, Diaries
  • Screen printing (T-Shirts)

Print Charges

For Internal jobs, the departments/divisions/sections shall request for a quotation of their printing works. The request should be accompanied with an approved hard/soft copy of item to be printed. The Print and Publications Section shall issue a pro-forma invoice to the departments/divisions/sections in order to confirm availability of funds.

For External jobs, the client should fill out a print services requisition form available at the Print and Publication office. A pro-forma invoice which spells out a total cost is issued to the client and work begins once the client has made a 50% deposit of the total amount charged. Balance is supposed to be cleared before the work is dispatched to the client.

Payment shall be made at the Cash Office located at the Institute through a Banker’s Cheque drawn in favour of the Director, Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development

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