This toolkit highlights best practices for effectively developing parent-school relationships that support students’ learning both in and out of school. It acknowledges that school leadership and parents must commit to working together in order to realize these practices.
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.
Iyi nyoborabarezi igamije gufasha abarezi (,Teachers,mentors, SEOs, DEOs, …) bahurira ku rubuga rwa TCOP kubaka ubumenyi n’ubushobozi bwabo ku bijyanye n’imyigishirize yo gusoma no kwandika kandi ibashishikariza gufasha abarimu b’Ikinyarwanda mu ishyirwa mu bikorwa ry’ izi ingingo 8 zavuzwe haruguru ku mashuri yabo."
This is a useful resource which teacher-mentors can use to guide teachers on how to prepare gender responsive lesson plans,teaching and learning materials and gender responsive language use in the classroom.
This document provides guidance for strengthening gender equality and Inclusiveness in teaching and learning materials. It helps the teachers to be more gender sensitive during teaching.
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.
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.
Designed for P1 Kinyarwanda teachers to help them prepare their Kinyarwanda language classroom lessons and teach more efficiently and effectively. This guide outlines steps and related methodological guidelines for each lesson, and is meant to be paired with audio lessons addressing the issues of sounds and pronunciation, which are meant to be delivered using a mobile phone and loudspeakers to help learners speak more confidently and correctly.
This Training Guide consists of two major parts: an introduction and the training session designs. The introduction discusses various applications for the Training Guide and includes a set of trainer's notes. Each of the training session designs includes an outline of the session, a session plan and attachments. The Training Guide may be used in two different ways: 1) as a pre-service or in-service training program for Peace Corps Volunteers who have been assigned to be teacher trainers, or 2) as a model for in-service training programs for Host Country teachers. Teacher Training: A Training Guide is designed to accompany Teacher Training: A Reference Manual. Each of the training sessions relates directly to sections of the Reference Manual. The Training Guide is intended to familiarize teacher trainers with the content of the Reference Manual, and to learn ways of training others in that content.