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Evaluation of Malawi's Third Workshop

EVALUATION OF MALAWI'S THIRD WORKSHOP

Mercy Kazima and Patrick Kapito

 

The third workshop was a one day workshop which took place on 12 April for the three pilot schools in Blantyre and 13 April for three pilot schools in Zomba. The structure and programme of the workshop was the same (see programme attached). There were two main objectives of the workshop; (i) to follow up from the previous workshop and discuss progress made by each…

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Added by MERCY KAZIMA on April 25, 2012 at 14:28 — No Comments

Malawi's Third Workshop

Dear Colleagues,

We had a third workshop for our pilot schools on 12 and 13 April 2012. We had two main objectives of the workshop; (i) to follow up from the previous workshop and discuss progress made by each of the schools on whole school mentoring, and (ii) to prepare for 2012 teaching practice. Below is our report of the workshop which includes the progress made by each of the schools in developing a whole school mentoring culture.

 

 

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Added by MERCY KAZIMA on April 25, 2012 at 14:03 — No Comments

Initial Teacher Education in Malawi

Initial Teacher Education in Malawi

Mercy Kazima and Patrick Kapito

University of Malawi

 

In Malawi, there is one major route for initial primary teacher education and this is offered by the Ministry of Education through Teacher Education Colleges and the qualification is a Teachers’ Certificate. The other route is a two and a half year full time programme offered by a Non Governmental Organisation called Development Aid from People to People (DAPP).…

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Added by MERCY KAZIMA on April 22, 2012 at 8:03 — No Comments

Evaluation of Malawi's second workshop

The second workshop in Malawi took place from Wednesday 1 June to Thursday 2 June 2011. The first workshop that took place in December 2010, introduced participants to the concepts of mentorship, reflective practice in teaching and effective lesson observation. Participants had an assignment to do during the months of January to April as students from University of Malawi were on teaching practice. The assignment was to identify the skills they required for effective and good mentorship as…

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Added by MERCY KAZIMA on June 14, 2011 at 5:11 — No Comments

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