‘Digital solutions for village teachers in East Africa’ Solar-powered tablets and mobile phone text messaging are one of the source of Improving the quality of teaching

The Aga Khan University (AKU)’s Institute for Educational Development, East Africa, based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania has pioneered the use of inexpensive tablet computers to address one of the biggest challenges in African education: how to quickly and cost-effectively improve the quality of teaching. Recognizing the correlation between the quality of teacher education and…

Video:Improving Elementary Education in Sindh and Balochistan Through ‘STEP’ (Strengthening Teacher Education in Pakistan)

STEP- Strengthening Teacher Education in Pakistan – A multi-faceted intervention to improve the quality and delivery of elementary education appropriate to the poor, particularly women and children by strengthening the professional development and performance of teachers, teacher educators and education managers.  Source: Aga Khan University –Published on 13 Feb 2017 ->>>>>><<<<-

Aga Khan Foundation trains pre-primary teachers in Dhaka, Bangladesh

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The Aga Khan Foundation has trained a group of Bangladeshi teachers with the “knowledge, skills and attitudes” needed to improve the “quality” of pre-primary teachings. At least 90 pre-primary supervisors and 14 trainers from the Dhaka City Corporation and four upazilas in Mymensingh district were trained for over nine months, it…

Innovative project seeks to boost learning at the Coast — By Brian Otieno on The Star co Kenya|“The essence of the programme is to improve teacher performance,”

A section of teachers going through a training programme at the Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa under instructor Anne Wade from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. (…) It is with this background that the institution rolled out a training programme for public primary school teachers aimed at improving teaching methods in the Coast region, thereby improving…

Aga Khan Foundation to train Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers in Mombasa — HiviSasa.com

Children at an Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) centre. the Aga Khan Foundation (East Africa) has embarked on five-year programme to train ECDE teachers in Mombasa County. [PHOTO/softkenya.com] The Mombasa County government has signed an agreement with the Aga Khan Foundation East Africa (AKF) to train Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers. AKF’s director for…

Programme offers new ideas on class management, teaching methods — Nation co Kenya

A teacher at work. A programme called Strengthening Education Systems in East Africa Project (SESEA) aims to train more than 1,000 pre-school and primary school teachers and head teachers in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties in class management, teaching methods, and education oriented technological innovation among other topics. FILE PHOTO / JEFF ANGOTE  NATION In…

“Arab integration in Israel, one classroom at a time” Common Ground News Service article on Israel Ministry’s new programme to integrate Arab-Israeli teachers in Jewish-Israeli schools

by Mike Prashker * Mike Prashker is the founder and director of Merchavim – The Institute for the Advancement of Shared Citizenship in Israel. This article was written for the Common Ground News Service (CGNews) ***** Ramla, Israel – One hundred newly qualified Arab-Israeli teachers – fresh out of teacher-training college – are now being…

The Institute of Ismaili Studies: International Training Programme

International Training Programme Cycle VI First Residential Episode: December 6 – 24, 2013 (inclusive) Dubai, UAE The Department of Community Relations (DCR) at The Institute of Ismaili Studies (IIS) announces the launch of its first integrated training initiative of the International Waezeen Training Programme (IWTP) and the Professional Teacher Educators’ Programme (PTEP). The integrated programme…

The Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) holds educational dialogue – The Frontier Post com

KARACHI (APP): The Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) in collaboration with the Aga Khan University’s Institute for Education Development (AKU-IED) conducted a second educational dialogue titled `Governance for Quality Teachers’. The moot was organized in an effort to analyze developments in the field of education and to encourage open communication and constructive debate among stakeholders, the…

PDCN has trained 11630 teachers from across Gilgit-Baltistan: Dr. Maula Dad Shafa – Pamir Times Net news

Dr. Maula Dad briefing the legislators about PDCN Gilgit, December 12: The Professional Development Center North, Gilgit, has imparted teaching, management and leadership training to 11,630 teachers from across Gilgit-Baltistan. The importance of Early Childhood Development (ECD) is being used across the world to develop interest in education. Teachers from government, ngo-operated and private schools…

‘Training will be provided to teachers’, Sindh education department – Pak edu net news on Aga Khan University delegation’s meeting with Sind education minister

KARACHI: The teachers have an important role towards the betterment of the academic system. This was stressed by Sindh Education and Literacy Minister Pir Mazharul Haq. He was talking to a delegation of the Aga Khan University (AKU) at his office here on Monday. The minister informed that for the training of the teachers, the…