My experience with the Mandela Washington Fellowship LINC grant 2021

Early this year (2021), set myself an ambitious plan, they call them New Year Resolutions. Professionally, one the key things I wanted to do was to write and publish – in newspapers, journals, and of course on my blog. In April 28, my first newspaper article was published, with the title; “E-learning is here to … Continue reading My experience with the Mandela Washington Fellowship LINC grant 2021

E-Learning in schools can improve STEM outcomes and digital skills.

Globally, since the Covid-19 pandemic struck in 2020, there has been a significant increase in the use of the internet and other devices across all age groups. This was because the Covid-19 lockdowns interrupted many social services and sectors of the global economy. In Uganda, despite the OTT tax, there was still an increase in … Continue reading E-Learning in schools can improve STEM outcomes and digital skills.

Understanding Ireland through Jonathan Swift’s “Modest Proposal”

When I was in high school studying Jonathan Swift’s satirical essay, A Modest Proposal, it never occurred to me that I would ever find myself in Ireland. That was in 2008, a distant 12 years ago. I was doing a funny arts subject combination, History, Economics, Literature in English, and Art. Of course, I didn’t … Continue reading Understanding Ireland through Jonathan Swift’s “Modest Proposal”

Why Girls should pursue STEM careers and aim to be self sufficient.

Over the last 5 years, I have increasingly been at the forefront of advocating for and encouraging girls to pursue STEM careers. As a teacher and tech specialist, I have seen the worrying number of girls and women both the tech and overall STEM careers. This article outlines my views and my belief in raising … Continue reading Why Girls should pursue STEM careers and aim to be self sufficient.