MoBE Advances On Outcome Based Education Implementation

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The Education and Training Sector Strategic Plan calls for a multiple pathway curriculum. This is to facilitate equitable access to education by all, regardless of background, gender or any other condition. The same strategy calls for improved learning outcomes.

In a synopsis, this means that teaching strategies should be learner centric, intensify usage of ICT in teaching and learning, introducing school leadership training to turn around schools and improve learning resources and support systems to deliver the envisaged curriculum and assessment.

The approach to organising and operating an education system that is focussed on and defined by the successful demonstrations of learning sought by each student is known as Outcome Based Education (OBE) (Spady 1994:191).

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