How to Maximise the AGEC Learner Experience
With enough time and space to dedicate themselves to the challenge, the Allan Gray Entrepreneurship Challenge Kenya 2019 can be a truly transformative experience in the life of a high school learner.
As an Educator here are a few key things you can do to help maximise the value of your learners’ #AGEC19_KE experience.
Avoid technical barriers to participation:
- Make sure that key AGEC URLs are accessible on your school network and computer labs:
- Double check that AGEC emails aren’t getting caught in your spam folder.
Support and enable learner participation:
- Make sure that learners complete their full profile in order to earn points (Invite learners to take part through your personal Teacher Portal).
- During the challenge period, provide your learners with as much time as possible in computer labs (Minimum of 1-2 hours a week, with more time being favourable).
- Remember: Learners can complete core challenges offline from the Challenge Posters provided to your school, but will need online time to upload their answers and do supplementary research.
If you experience any technical difficulties, please don’t hesitate to contact the AGEC support Team.