Session 3 - Educating for Transformation
Paradigm Shift in Education
Teaching for wholsitic impact that pushes back the darkness
October 13, 2020 at 4:00pm EAT / 9:00am EST
About the Webinar:
Christian educational endeavors can produce outcomes that are pedagogically sound, but not different from any good secular educational process. There is a growing number of African educational networks and ministries that are educating for transformation and result in kingdom impact. In this session, we will explore not only some of the educational challenges facing the church today, but also learn about educational praxis emanating from Africa and that is transforming African communities both inside and outside the church.
Prof. Dankit Nassiuma
Prof. Dankit Nassiuma is the vice chancellor of Africa International University, in Kenya. He is a professor of statistics with extensive experience as a leader, manager, administrator, and researcher. He previously served as a consultant and project manager of Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey (KIBS). He was also vice chancellor of Kabarak University for 5 years. Before that, he was senior lecturer at Egerton University for over 20 years. He is passionate about discipleship and wholistic education that transform lives and communities.