Amina Kleit, AA Program Director, Sonia El Khoury, PMU program Manager and Sylva Akl Caritas Switzerland regional program coordinator, promoting and presenting QTL at the World Education Leadership Symposium in Zug Switzerland.
Building Teachers’ Capacity in Nouakchott Mauritania
@anaaqra lead trainers @aminakleit and Fatima Kammoun facilitated a five days workshop in #Nouakchott-Mauritania in partnership with @unicef
The workshop aimed at developing teachers’ skills in planning and facilitating blended language learning activities, using the Akelius application, that are student-centered and action-based.
@ Nouakchott, Mauritania
Amina Kleit, @anaaqra program director, meets representatives from the #ministry_of_education_mauritania in the presence of our partner, @UNICEF, to discuss the QTL model and the possible transferability beyond #Lebanon. The blended learning teacher training, using the Akelius platform, was the first step to mark the use of QTL model within the context of #Mauritania @ Nouakchott
When we talk about peace, we often think of it as an absence of war and violence.
Peace also means positive actions requiring active participation by everyone, dignity and well-being for all.
For Ana Aqra, peace means children able to go to school, children able to play, children able to learn in an inclusive safe and enabling learning environment.
The Joy of volunteering
“Volunteering with Ana Aqra pushed me to learn more about myself. At some point I realized that I found the job of my dreams,” said Magalie, a volunteer who have participated in Ana Aqra volunteering program this summer.
“Kids were so committed to learn and were fascinated by the book and the activities around the book”.
I noticed that the teachers were facilitating the learning of the learners through rotational activities in a workshop setting respecting the time set for each activity. I still remember on my first day the teachers were working with the learners on “Les 5 sens” she said in French.
One teacher asked me for tips, teachers in general were open minded.
I had a non-formal talk with the teachers about the difficulties they face in education, we tried to find solutions together, it was a good exchange! I learnt a lot from my conversations with them. I think this was overall my favorite aspect of my time volunteering.
I really had a lot of freedom, they gave me the opportunity to build educational materials for children, to give feedback and to assist them in classroom. The difficulty I faced was that I don’t speak their language (Arabic), I had ideas that I couldn’t apply.
It was obvious that kids love coming to the center. I felt that they have a special relationship with their teacher. I saw how they were focusing on the teacher following her with their eyes, she didn’t even have to raise her voice. I heard a father telling the center coordinator that he can see the difference in his kids at home and that his daughter loves coming to the center.
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