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LEGO Foundation and Play Point Education pay CEMASTEA a courtesy Call

LEGO Foundation and Play Point Education pay CEMASTEA a courtesy Call

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Article written by:  Winfred Magu 
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Mr. Ollie Bray, Director LEGO Foundation & Initiatives Lead, accompanied by Mr. Abdul Rahim and Mr. Alex Magu Managing Director, Program Director at Play Point Education Play Point Education paid a courtesy call to the Director CEMASTEA, Mrs. Jacinta L. Akatsa, HSC. Key issues discussed during the meeting included; collaboration in early learning, creative play and tinkering, scaling up partnership in creative coding and LEGO Robotics.

 

Mr. Abdul Rahim, Managing Director Play Point Education (left), Mrs. Jacinta L. Akatsa, HSC, Director CEMASTEA (2nd left), Mr. Ollie Bray, Director LEGO Foundation and Initiatives Lead (2nd right) and Mr. Alex Magu, Program Director Play Point Education (right) pose for a picture following the visit

A participant explains to Mrs. Akatsa, Mr. Bray, Mr. Abdul and Mr. Kiruja how they are using ICT integration in teaching and learning of science during the tour of CEMASTEA facilities

The LEGO Foundation is part of the LEGO Group which aims to build a future in which learning through play empowers children to become creative and engaged lifelong learners.

 

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