In this episode, we interview Kenneth Gyamerah, a doctoral candidate at the Queens University in Canada on his PhD research. Kenneth has been selected among Canada’s 24 Most Exceptional PhD. scholars under the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). He was a Chevening Scholar at the University of Bristol in the UK, graduating with a distinction in MSc Education Policy and International Development. Kenneth is the research coordinator at the Toronto District School Board and has been a research assistant at the World Bank, aside research consulting for Plan International in the UK and in Sweden. In this episode he discusses the prospects of African indigenous knowledge systems and pedagogies in improving mathematics and science instruction in schools.
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