# Vincent Kizza's WikiEducator Home Page

## Welcome to my Page
My name is Vincent Kizza from Uganda, East Africa. My experience as a science educator has brought me face to face with the realization of the acute lack of access by both teachers and students to high quality educational content in my country, especially in the sciences. This is mainly attributed to the high cost of text books and the limited networking opportunities for educators to share about their profession. Hence the prospect of access to Free and Open online educational content along with networking of Educators all over the world through WE came to me like a divine gift to make my dream of contributing to science education in my country. I now find time to play my part, by the effective use of my out of office hours. I am greatly inspired by the work of others already in WE and also by this quotation from the great Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi. We must be the change that we want to see in the world.
## L4C WorkshopsI have been involved as facilitator in several . face-to face L4C workshopS in my country ## Education and profile- Senior teacher trainer SESEMAT (Secondary Science and Mathematics) program, Ministry of Education and Sports.
- Freelance Web developer using open source tools.
- Technology-curriculum Intergration facilitator with SchooNet Uganda
## Most recent publications- PuppetPlay: testing interactive puppets to promote reading comprehension in Uganda & El Salvador.
- A machine learning model to predict daily temperature from other air quality variables.
- Rapid OER textbook development using Wikipedia creator Tool
- Towards a different ICT pedagogy for Africa
## Interests and HobbiesI greatly love science fiction and traveling with Israel as my next dream destination.
(: I would be glad to take you around when you arrive. --Nellie Deutsch 07:26, 28 September 2009 (UTC)) ## My On-User page sand box<kaltura-widget kalturaid='xhfwk3k6go' size='L' align='L'/>
## My Sandbox## Formelnx(t)= [math]x_0[/math] + v*t [math]\Delta x[/math] = v* [math]\Delta t[/math] v= [math]\sqrt {x}{t} [/math] v= [math]\frac {x_1-x_0}{\Delta t}[/math] [math]x_1[/math](t)= [math]x_2[/math](t) [math]x_1+v_1*t = x_2+v_2*t[/math] [math]x_1-x_2 = (v_2-v_1)*t[/math] [math]t = \frac {x_1-x_2}{v_2-v_1}[/math] = [math]\frac {173m-25m}{28km/h-11km/h}[/math] [math]\Gamma x[/math] = v* [math]\frac {t} {r} \frac{t} {t}[/math] Lös: [math]\frac{F_b}{F_g}= \frac{m*a}{m*g}=\frac{97 \frac{m}{s^2}}{9,81 \frac{kg}{N}}= 9,9[/math] ## WikiEducator News & EventsOpen Education Resources (OER) for Schools in Israel
## Feedback(: Dear Vincent, congratulations for being the UPE winner for December 2011! with best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 12:25, 9 December 2011 (UTC)) - Hello Vincent! It's great to have you as co-facilitator for eL4C45! --Benjamin Stewart 03:59, 22 September 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for the workshop hope more join in the OER. --parametrs 10:10, 1 December 2009 (UTC) What colours borders and background do you want? --Phil Bartle 22:59, 31 October 2009 (UTC) (: Your are doing an excellent job on the GHS --Nellie Deutsch 07:16, 28 September 2009 (UTC)) |