Providing Content So Others Might Learn

​Approximately 70% of learning is informal (Bonk, 2009), suggesting people find resources or expertise and manage to learn what is important to them. But, access is a significant part of the problem. 


Recognizing that, Jifunzeni provides quality, accurate courses and resources to those who need it the most. 

 The Jifunzeni approach creates a blended learning experience for those without access to the Internet. It uses contextually appropriate technologies and resources, blending instructor led activities with electronic media and resources.


Working with educators around the world, Jifunzeni provides a process to prepare media, organize content, and create information and courses for delivery.


Jifunzeni content is drawn from: 


  • Pictures (jpeg)
  • Movies (.wmv)
  • Audio (.mp3)
  • PDF
  • Office Documents 


Jifunzeni publishes in:


  • Web pages (html)
  • Electronic books (.epub)


Samples of courses include:


  • A Case Study Workshop - prepared for educators
  • Assessment Strategies for School Based Principals - prepared for principals in East Africa