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  • 00:58

    Things We Need to Learn, and Things We Need to Unlearn

    in Education

    The Resident African Griot of Over Troubled Water, Munyaradzi Muzenda, will tell a story tonight!
    LEARN: To gain knowledge or understanding or skill in by study instruction, or experience; To come to realize; to come to know.
    Knowledge is power.  How can we inspire our children from the time they leave the womb to become life long learners?
    How do we teach our children to take responsibility for their own learning? 
    UNLEARN:  To put out of one's knowledge or memory; to undo the effect of:  discard the habit of.
    Can we identify any behaviors we need to unlearn and not pass on to the next generation? Sometimes the things we need to unlearn or discard are just as important as the things we need to learn.
    Join host, Robin Foster, as she talks to retired educator, Edna Foster, about the legacy of learning and guest, Sheba, Queen of the Mississippi Blues, as she shares things she discovered that we need to unlearn.  If you want to continue this discussion, please visit our Facebook page and our Facebook discussions

  • 03:18

    MP calls for review of miraa ban in Tanzania

    in Social Networking

    East African Community Assistant Minister Peter Munya wants the East African Community secretariat in kenya and Tanzania to work harmonised trade agreements and ensure miraa exportation is legalised in Tanzania.
    Munya who is also the Tigania East MP said miraa is an agricultural produce like coffee, tea, banana, wheat, sunflower and it should not be banned from in the EAC bloc.
    Miraa trade is illegal in Tanzania.
    "If Tanzania is prevailed upon to change its laws Meru County where it is grown in large scale will benefut. I urge the EAC secretariat in Kenya and Tanzania to iron out any legal handles so that we can export miraa to Tanzania," said Munya..Should miraa be legalized.?

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