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Mastering Process: Relevance in Tanzanian Classrooms

Quest Forward Learning platform, methodology, and curriculum give students an exciting way of learning that focuses on mastery rather than completion. One aspect of that excites both mentors and students is relevance.... Read More

Africa on the Verge: Common Continental Goals at the 2018 eLearning Africa Conference

OE East Africa Team members attended the eLearning Conference Africa in Kigali, Rwanda. This year’s theme was “Uniting Africa,” which asked important questions about how technology and education are helping move the African... Read More

The Progression of Incorporating Technology in Tanzanian Classrooms

We live in a dynamic world surrounded by an endless amount of information, which is supplied by the technology we have at our fingertips. For as prevalent as technology is now in society, it has also become integral to the world of... Read More

Curriculum in Tanzania

The world is experiencing a high demand for innovation, which is driving new ideas, new processes, new leaders, new inventions, new literature, and much more. In order to keep up with these developments, one needs to first examine the... Read More

Mtakuja Secondary School: The First All Quest Forward Learning Classroom

Mtakuja’s Form I is the first class in the world to fully adopt the NGL framework as their main source of curriculum.... Read More

Teaching in Africa: What an Experience!

“The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa—for he has so much to look forward to.”—Richard Mullin. This quote sums up the 13 days I spent teaching in and experiencing the Rukwa region of Tanzania.  The... Read More

Tablet Donations Usher in New Era for Tanzanian Schools

A new era dawned in Tanzania's digital education landscape on Monday when a program, aimed at providing secondary school students with tablets pre-loaded with educational materials, was launched. The program's ultimate goal is to... Read More

Education Brings the First Lady of Tanzania and OE Together in Nebraska

At the same time Joe Ricketts was starting to implement his vision in making quality educational opportunities accessible to children in developing nations through Opportunity Education, another individual, thousands of miles away in... Read More