On Monday 10 April 2017 Devotra organized a Smart Classroom workshop at Kabete Technical Training Institute in Nairobi for 10 delegates of Kenyan branch of CEMASTEA (Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa).
CEMASTEA Kenya is currently planning to develop 47 STEM centres for Secondary Education and wants to investigate how the Smart Classroom concept can contribute to this. This workshop was the result of result of an introduction meeting at the Hands On The Future conference held in January 2017 and the presentation held at the CEMASTEA premises in March. Based on these meetings it was agreed that CEMASTEA and Devotra will co-operate for improvement of Science Education in Africa and in particular the introduction of STEM programs for secondary education.
End of March Ronald Simon of Devotra visited Kiambu Secondary School to get an impression on how STEM programs can be integrated. After that a meeting was scheduled at the CEMASTEA premises to discuss how a partnership can be developed between CEMASTEA and Devotra. Both have now agreed to cooperate and Devotra BV has explained the different levels of cooperation and how Devotra can assist CEMASTEA with the improvement of Science Education and introduction of STEM programs in Africa.