The Competition

The competition is open to all teachers and the best innovative lessons will be awarded during the annual heads conference. The schools where the winning teacher comes from will also be recognized..

The Competition

The main objectives of the Competition are:

Eligibility

iTOYA

  • Must be a TSC employed teacherMust be a TSC employed teacher
  • Must have taught for at least three years under TSC
  • Should have a subject mean score of 5.0 (C-) and above in 2018 KCSE results one of the teaching subjects
  • Its open to teachers in all subjects
  • Teachers with Special Needs are encouraged to participate

POYA

  • Must be a TSC employed principal fully paid up members of KESSHA
  • Served as a principal for at least three years
  • Mean score of 5.0 (C-) and above in 2018 KCSE results
  • Must have submitted books of accounts for the year 2018 for audit
  • Principals with Special Needs are encouraged to participate

TOYA

  • Must be a TSC employed teacher
  • Must have taught for at least 3 years under TSC
  • Have a subject mean score of 5.0 (C-) and above in 2018 KCSE results in one of the teaching subjects
  • Teachers with Special Needs are encouraged to participate
Timeline
  • Schools to identified their TOYA/iTOYA by March
  • Sub-counties to identified their iTOYA/TOYA/POYA by March
  • Counties to identified their iTOYA/TOYA/POYA by April
  • Regions should have identified their iTOYA/TOYA /POYA by May
Verification
  • Documents to be verified at each level and Certificate of Verification submitted to the next level.
  • The Commission will carry out school visits to assess, verify and authenticate the evidence presented by the regional winners.
  • Regional winners’ profiles to be submitted to KESSHA secretariat and TSC headquarters by May for publication.
Criteria

i-TOYA award

This is to be awarded to the best Mathematics and Science teachers in the country who develops and implements the best innovative ICT integrated lesson.

The nomination process of i-TOYA competition begins at school level then proceeds to sub-county, county, regional and finally to the national level At the school level, the school panel chaired by the Board of Management (BOM) will identify the best teacher in the ICT integration in the teaching/learning process. Specifically, the teacher should:

OR

Value addition:

Alternatively, value addition may be considered based on the following:

For any queries or clarification contact: ictlessonplan2017@cemastea.ac.ke

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