Resources: Education

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  • I posted this under the old general task a few months ago, so am now adding it here too so that it is in the correct section

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    A while ago I came across a guide on how to do a market assessment for the best training to provide at a vocational training centre. It is produced by the Women's Refugee Commission based on their research in northern Uganda. The majority of the information will be relevant to any centre I think.

    Its at

  • I posted this under the old general task a few months ago, so am now adding it here too so that it is in the correct section

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    Arvind Gupta works in India where he has come up with many ways of teaching science to children for very low cost, using everyday objects. He encourages children to develop an interest in science through building and playing with simple science-based toys. From what I have read, his methods have been very successful.

    See http://www.indiatogether.org/2004/feb/edu-science.htm for more information.

  • Over time I have accumulated a list of organisations who donate books, equipment and supplies, among other things. I add to it as I find things.

    It can be found at http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dgs9fnp6_0g5zp8p3n

    Mary

  • Over time I have accumulated a list of organisations can help with setting up school partnerships. I add to it as I find things.

    It can be found at http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dgs9fnp6_0g5zp8p3n

    Mary

  • SNS Nepal is an initiative set up by an enthusiastic team of locals within the Pokhara area.The main objective of SNS Nepal is to be a catalyst towards social change through enhancing educational opportunities, health care, environmental awareness and cultural exchange.

  • Hello Mary,
    Yes I have them in document format.I will try to post them using the above website and see.I am not sure whether I will be doing the right this?
    Hope to hear from you again sooner,
    Peter

  • I posted this under the old general task a few months ago, so am now adding it here too so that it is in the correct section

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    Teach A Man To Fish
    http://www.teachamantofish.org.uk
    provide advice to schools who wish to become self-sufficient by running school-based businesses.

    They have many resources of interest to schools that wish to become self-sufficient as well as on teaching business skills to students.
    See http://www.teachamantofish.org.uk/resources.php

    http://www.teachamantofish.org.uk/aboutus.php gives more information on what they do.

  • Dear Neighbors,

    Enclosed is a paper I wrote for an E-Moderating Course at Jakarta International School after two years of volunteering to train the Trainers of iEARN (International Education and Resource Network)Indonesia teachers in collaboration with the Indonesian National Commission of UNESCO office in Jakarta.

    The Trainings were usually short and successful but I believe it would be much more effective if the sessions were to be continued online.

    Respectfully,
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    Herlina Surbakti
    PIE Pondok Indah
    Jakarta

  • We are a primary school in Uganda looking for volunteer teachers who could work with us to develop our school.We have some orphans and vulnerable children in the school.
    Spire Junior School Kampala Uganda