CBC Steals the Show at Rift Valley Regional Music Festival!

The Rift Valley Regional Music Festival is in full swing at Maasai Mara University, and guess what’s stealing the spotlight? The Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) is taking center stage, and it’s hitting all the right notes!

You know, it’s music festival time, and while the students are belting out tunes and showing off their moves, there’s something special about this year’s event. It’s all about the CBC, baby! Yep, that’s right – the education revolution is here, and it’s grooving to the rhythm of arts education.

Gone are the days of boring rote memorization. With CBC in the house, we’re talking about practical skills, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. It’s like adding a bit of spice to the academic recipe!

These young talents from across the Rift Valley region are rocking the stage with their choral singing, traditional folk songs, modern compositions, and even instrumental recitals. You name it; they’re nailing it! It’s like a musical feast for the ears, and we’re loving every second of it.

But hey, it’s not just about the performances; it’s about what’s happening behind the scenes. A panel of expert judges is on the prowl, assessing these students based on the CBC’s competency domains. We’re talking about communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and cultural appreciation – a whole package of awesomeness!

And let’s not forget the wise words of Lawrence Kaburu, the Regional Quality Assurance Officer. He knows the power of music and arts in nurturing our future leaders. CBC provides the perfect platform to identify and nurture individual skills, preparing these students for the rollercoaster of life.

Our friend Danson Mwanje from St. Bridges Academy knows what’s up too. He’s all about that cultural diversity and inclusivity. By incorporating traditional music and dances, students are connecting with their roots and embracing their heritage. It’s like a beautiful dance of pride and identity!

But wait, there’s more! The Regional Music Festivals are more than just music and dancing; they’re a chance for teachers and education professionals to come together, sharing ideas and experiences on how to rock CBC like pros. It’s like a party of education minds – the ultimate networking event!

As the curtain falls on this spectacular festival, we can’t help but cheer for the success of CBC. Arts education is getting the recognition it deserves, and educational institutions are stepping up their game to create a well-rounded learning environment. It’s all about nurturing talents, preparing students for the future, and turning education into a melody of growth and opportunity.


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