Learner centered pedagogy
In this video, the teacher is teaching children how to read fluently and after she assesses the children to find out those who need extra help.
The video explains how teaching materials resources are important to make learners understand the lesson easier.
This video demonstrates how teachers can promote the culture of indipendent reading to early grade learners and how a teacher should be a model reader to her learners.
This video guides teachers in making a simple memory card game. The game can be made to help children learn any subject content by enhancing memorization and concentration skills.
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.
This Teacher Manual comprises of a general introduction to Competence Based Curriculum, but also provides to the teacher the essential classroom pedagogical skills they need which will facilitate a smooth transition from the old knowledge and teacher dominated curriculum, to learner-centred teaching methods and approaches
Free-writing activity asking the teacher (learner) to write a letter containing various aspects. To be used by an SBM when he/she thinks that a teacher is ready to move to REPS 2. This exercise should e used in combination with the Self-Assessment Tool and the Speaking Level Check.
The exercise is a part of the Rwandan English proficiency Standards (REPS) toolkit. It is used by Mentors to assess the "working" English proficiency of classroom teachers, based on the REPS performance indicators.
This resource is going to help teachers, mentors to know how learners learn, and the usage of teaching aids in a lesson and for this case we are using the rice sacks. This will help in the teaching of P.1-P.4 pupils and they will learn better since teachers will be using teaching aids.
This material is about usage of Fanta caps or bottle tops as they are commonly called. Here the users will learn how they can collect these caps/tops, store them and under which lessons the teacher will use the Fanta caps. Through this teachers are going to learn how to use contemporary materials to make teaching aids. This will be used by P.1-P4 pupils.