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Iki gitabo gikubiyemo izi mfashanyigisho harimo ibikorwa byiza by’uburyo bwo guteza imbere ubufatanye bw’umubyeyi n’ishuri mu gufasha imyigire y’abanyeshuri haba ku ishuri ndetse no hanze yaryo. Zishimangira ko ubuyobozi bw’ishuri n’ababyeyi bakwiyemeza gukorera hamwe kugira ngo bagere kuri ibyo bikorwa byiza.

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This resource is for helping policy makers, literacy teachers to know about the challenges(globally and nationally) about literacy learning in schools and even key accomplishments in the country done by Save The Children.

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This is a mentor guiding document which was developed by REB/IEE to give guidance on pedagogy, professional code of conduct and direction on their responsibility as mentors and ay other educators while at school. It is a guiding principle for mentors  and anyone working with teachers as they do their work. 

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This is Mantor Starndard phase 2. This training resource will help mentors to acquire training and mentoring skills before and as they work with teachers. There are different sessions that show mentors what to do in certain situations.This document is also helpful  as it can be used by any one working with teachers or teacher trainers.

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This is the phase one manual that addresses the standards a mentor requires to master and work towards their achievement when at school. This Manual focuses on skills and practices mentors should know before their placement and appointment.  It does not apply to teachers only but also to other educators/ other teacher trainers.

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This is a summary document of the complete competence-based curriculum framework. It includes information about the principles and competences in the new curriculum, subject syllabuses and rationale, learner profiles, assessments and the implementation of the curriculum. It will serve as a point of reference for decision-making relating to the curriculum and guide the work of curriculum developers, school principals, teachers, textbook developers, school inspectors, examiners and teacher trainers.

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The Framework includes the subject overviews, the ‘maps’ of the learning in every subject for all phases of schooling from pre-primary through primary to the end of secondary. However, it does not give the detailed description of subject content nor does it provide the learning units or outcomes/objectives per subject per year. These have been defined and described during the elaboration of individual subject curricula/ syllabus. The Framework is the nation’s guiding curriculum policy document, indicating how the curriculum vision is translated into practice at school level and reflected in learning experiences, assessment and in monitoring and evaluation. It is consistent with the Curriculum and Assessment Policy (2014).

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This resource pack contains guidance for district, sector, and school level education managers on the process and rationale for rolling out the competence-based curriculum. It contains detailed explanation of the roll-out, communication and reporting structures, examples of forms, etc.

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This document is to help the users on how they can register themselves on the portal once connected to the internet. It has simple instructions that can be followed and one is registered. This is to help our partners especially the ones with Volunteers like VSO, Peacecorps and others. The volunteers can register themselves from their centres of work.

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This resource is to help the users to know how to organise effective meetings. This is a very useful resource to all leaders ranging from the DEOs, SEOs, and HTRS to the mentors. The objectives and learning outcomes are well stated to help the resource users.

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