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ReimaginED 2023

Where education practitioners, policy makers, caregivers and funders connect with contextualized innovations and with each other to advance a world where all learners thrive. 

THEME: DOES CBC WORK FOR ALL? CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES FOR EQUITABLE IMPLEMENTATION

23rd - 24th
NOVEMBER, 2023

NAIROBI NATIONAL MUSEUM

What is ReimaginED?

ReimaginED is an annual education innovation summit that showcases contextualized solutions with a demonstrable impact on holistic student learning outcomes. ReimaginED will provide curated learning experiences through site visits, collective conversations, an exhibition, and awards. Education practitioners, policy makers, caregivers, and funders will connect with contextualized innovations and with each other to advance a world where all learners thrive.

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Since 2021, ReimaginED has brought together over 800 participants. Building on the learning and collaborations of the past 2 years, the 3rd annual ReimaginED Summit focuses on advancing Competency Based Learning for all. These are our goals for the event:

Celebrate

We highlight and amplify local leaders and evidence-based innovations

Collectively Learn & Act

to advance competency-based learning for all students

Connect

We connect local leaders to partners to accelerate their impact

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CBC Advancement

Grow national capacity to  advance competency-based learning for ALL students, with attention to equity

 ReimaginED 2023 theme

Does CBC work for all? Challenges and Possibilities for Equitable Implementation

This theme highlights the intersection of equity and competency-based learning, emphasizing the need to ensure that all students have equal opportunities to develop and demonstrate their skills and knowledge.

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WHAT IS

The current reality of learning in Kenya

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WHAT IF

Innovations in education through experiential site visits and showcases

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WHAT NOW

Our collective opportunities for improving education for all of Kenya’s youth

ReimaginED is for:

Innovators
Policy Makers
Teachers & Caregivers
Funders
Investors
Families
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Why ReimaginED?

At ReimaginED, you will:

  • Network and learn from 30+ innovations from grassroots organizations to government agencies

  • Share lessons from 8 different site visits to education innovations across Nairobi

  • Debate and connect with other attendees in ”Collective Conversations”

  • Build relationships with pioneering educators, policy makers, funders, and families

  • Grow their capacity to advance CBC

About ReimaginED

There are two options for participation: 

  1. Full Experience (Both days) - Get the full package of what ReimaginED has in store for you on both days

          2.Day 1 OR Day 2 - Pick a day of your choice to either attend the experiential learning and site visits (Day 1) or the collective conversations, exhibition and awards (Day 2)

VENUE: Nairobi National Museum located at Museum Hill

Dates: Thursday, 23rd December 2023 & Friday, 24th November 2023

Full experience: KES 4,000 (This ticket is valid for  23rd & 24th of November 2023 and covers for the site visit on 23rd lunch and refreshments, all access to the Museum on both days)

Day 1 Ticket: KES 2,500 (This ticket is valid for only the 23rd of November 2023 and covers transportation to and from the educational sites from the Nairobi National Museum of Kenya, lunch and refreshments)

Day 2 Ticket: KES 2,500 (This ticket is valid for only the 24th of November 2023 and covers lunch and refreshments, all access to the Museum.)

ReimaginED 2023 Agenda

9:00 AM
Arrival and Welcome at the Nairobi National Museum
9:30 AM
Depart for Site Visits
10:30 AM
Site visit: Experiential Learning
12:00 PM
Round Table Discussion and Q+A
1:00 PM
Return to the Nairobi National Museum
2:00 PM
Lunch and Shared Learning
3:00 PM
Innovation Showcase
4:30 PM
Close of Day

Day 1: Site Visits & Experiential Learning

9:00 AM
Arrival and Welcome at the Nairobi National Museum
9:45 AM
Youth Panel Discussion
10:30 AM
Educator Panel Discussion
11:15 AM
Collective Conversations
12:30 PM
Lunch Break
1:30 PM
Showcase Session
2:45 PM
Plenary and Awards Session
4:00 PM
Connections and Networking

Day 2: Collective Conversations

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"I was facilitating a collective conversation on CBC. This has been a wonderful forum,  bringing diverse people doing different things in Education. The audience has been very engaging and I realise there’s still a lot of clarifications that need to be done, including assessments, teacher engagement and caregiver engagement. So this event has been great and I believe the way forward is to have more of these conversations with all stakeholders together in the same space, and believe that CBC is the best thing for Kenya."
-Ruth Mugambi, Ministry of Education

“The people who came were really awesome. The mix of funders and practitioners was excellent! As TAF, we were able to connect with people who are interested in the work that we’re doing. It was really beneficial for The Action Foundation. Plus, the venue was awesome, the people were cool. It was a really nice vibe. I am really looking forward to next year already! My bar for going for events is really high—I’m a busy introvert— but I am earnestly looking forward to participating next year!”
 

-Maria Omare, Founder of the Action Foundation

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Site Visit Summary

...until ReimaginED 2023

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS

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