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IEEE Africon '11
Contextualization of curriculum and course contents has been central to development of IT education at Tumaini University in rural Tanzania. However, as the development of the IT program has progressed, pedagogical challenges have become increasingly evident. The pedagogical difficulties materialize most markedly in programming courses. We identified a number of sources of pedagogical difficulties: reliance on rote learning, group dynamics that support free riding, extrinsic motivations, anddoi:10.1109/afrcon.2011.6072010 fatcat:zz4sctajqfgf7hw45zrw2w3mwq