RDKONEL is one of the first African and American Instructional Design-technology corporations that has been a pioneer in improving online learning & teaching since its original founding in 1999 by Dr. Rahini Kone and colleagues from AUC (Atlanta University Center). She believes that a better environment should be created to improve the quality of education for all. Therefore, the RDKONEL partnership is driven by a shared purpose: to work together and create a better learning and teaching environment through education-research, and innovation. With our partners over the world, RDKONEL continues to be part of creating, improving, and fostering an online learning and teaching environment that empowers all learners from around the world to build their future on their learning experiences.
RDKONEL first began at Atlanta University Center in 1999 when Dr. Rahini Kone approached certain of her AUC colleagues from Clark University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College (Dr. David Dorsey, former Dean of graduate; Dr. Twanny, former chef of the Humanity Department, Dr. Adams Maiga, Business school, and Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole, former president of spelman college) in the implementation of the first AUC online learning-teaching program that she believes should be the end of early dropouts of Africans-American students.
IN 2006, she approached Clayton County public school ( Mr. Manney, former Assistant superintendent of Clayton County Public School), where she introduced learning and teaching collaborations between Clayton and schools in Canada and France.
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