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Mrs. Kagame Lauds Maranyundo School’s Role in Educating Girls

The First Lady Mrs. Jeanette Kagame has lauded the the role of Maranyundo Girls School in educating the girl child in Rwanda

Mrs. Kagame was Presiding over the maiden graduation of the school where she attributed  establishment of the  School to unity.

Why we should embrace play-based learning

Recently, Dr Michael Rwibasira, the head of examination and accreditation at Rwanda Education Board ( REB), while addressing teachers hinted on the adaption of play-based learning methodology in the classrooms as one way we can stop teacher-centered learning and embrace inclusive learning where students can  always take lead in the learning process.

He said the adaption of this methodology will avert rot learning at an early age and be able to nurture innovative and creative thinking future human resource for our country.

Kwigisha abana niwo murage umubyeyi agomba guha umwana - Madame Jeannette Kagame

Madame Jeannette Kagame arasaba ababyeyi guha abana babo umurage wo kubarihira amashuri, kuko ariwo murage w’ingenzi baba bahaye abana babo.
Yabitangarije mu karere ka Bugesera kuri uyu wa Gatandatu tariki 4 Ugushyingo 2017, ubwo yifatanyaga n’ikigo cy’amashuri cya Maranyundo Girls School gutaha inyubako nshya zubatswe muri icyo kigo. Reba ibikurikira: http://bit.ly/2zy8zw8

Excelling at school: Why over-parenting is a double edged sword

Parents play a central role in their children’s education and achievement in life. But unknown to many is that parenting requires special skills if the children, especially those in school, are to excel. View details: http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/read/222745/

Umwalimu Sacco accelerates teacher welfare improvement

Gatarayira Theogene is a 37- year old professional teacher who has served for the last four- teen years. Currently he serves at Groupe Scolaire Bugambira in Ruramira sector in Kayonza district.

Ghanaian student names project after Kigali

While presenting his project before his class, Baffour Appiah-Korangan MBA student from African Leadership University School of Business (ALUSB) surprised many when he named his business project ‘Kigali Storage Services.’

For more details click on the link below;

http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/read//222563/

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