School of Law Lecturers undergo a successful pedagogy training

On Tuesday, April 11th, 2017, School of Law Lecturers received training on Pedagogy Skills covering the topics: Lecture Preparation and Presentation, Teaching Strategies and Methods, Communication in the Lecture Room, Instructional Media and Assessment of Student Achievement.

 

The workshop was conducted by Facilitators from the School of Education at Main Campus, Thika. The challenges addressed during the one-day workshop included how to deliver legal content using the general pedagogical or teaching skills and tailor-making the presentations to law classes.

 

The session was quite interactive and participants benefitted a lot through sharpening of lecture delivery skills and overall performance as Lecturers. The School of Law wishes to express appreciation to the facilitators, organizers and participants at the workshop.

Inter-Sex and Human Rights public lecture

participants following proceedings of the pblic lecture at School of Law main hallOn Friday, 17th March, 2017, the Mount Kenya University School of Law hosted Mr. John Chigiti, Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, for a Public Lecture on “Inter-Sex and Human Rights”.

 

The objective of the lecture was to create awareness on the rights of inter-sex persons. The presentation focused on the recognition of the rights of inter-sex persons. The event was well-attended by students who engaged the Guest Speaker on a number of pertinent issues relating to the topic.

 

The Dean of the School, Ms. Nelly Wamaitha, expressed gratitude and noted the school’s desire to continue dialogue on promotion of the rights of inter-sex persons.