AfricAid's Tanzanian staff has been busy planning and preparing for this summer's Teaching In Action (TIA) workshop. There is much to organize in bringing together teachers and leaders from across Tanzania for this unqiue and powerful workshop. We look forward to the dialogues and the sharing of ideas and techniques that will unfold this summer!
We also want to share the exciting news that our TIA program will soon be expanding! In the fall AfricAid will be adding a school-based training component to TIA. This means that even more teachers across Tanzania will be trained in student-centered, participatory teaching techniques. And with more highly-trained teachers, even more students will have the tools to become critical thinkers and potential leaders in their communities.
You donation allows AfricAid's programs, like TIA, to continue to grow and expand. We are so thankful for your generosity and support of our work.
Dear AfricAid supporters,
I'm writing to thank you for your very generous support of our teacher training program in Tanzania. We are thankful for your generosity and wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season!
Our teacher training program, TIA, is an annual program that brings teachers from all over Tanzania together to share, learn, and become better, more effective teachers. They learn how to best manage large classrooms with varied class levels and how to use commonly available natural items as teaching aids.
Supporting teacher training is a great investment as it develops and supports teachers, while helping thousands of young children to receive a better education. I can't think of a better gift to give this time of the year.
Asante sana (thank you),
Hello AfricAid supporters,
Thank you, thank you for your generous support of our Teaching in Action program. We concluded a wonderful session the last week of June 2012 at Mwenge University in Moshi, Tanzania. 52 teachers attended from all over the country. They learned interactive teaching techniques, how to handle large classrooms of children, and creative ways to use readily available objects as teaching aids while forming a valuable network with other teachers. We'll be visiting their schools throughout the year to reinforce the teachings and train whole schools.
This program would not be possible without your support. Supporting teaching training enhances and supports the education of thousands of children across Tanzania.
Hello Friends of AfricAid,
Thank you for your continued support and generosity towards our programs, you play such a critical part in bringing change and opportunities to Tanzanians through education. This year's Teaching In Action workshop is taking place at the end of this month from June 25th-29th. We are so thrilled that this year's workshop will be 100% Tanzanian led!! And we can't wait to see how the teachers that participate in TIA will bring back the skills they've learned to create more engaging and participatory classrooms to thousands of students across Tanzania!!
Asante sana! (thank you!)
Hello dear AfricAid supporters,
We're thrilled to have your support AfricAid in training teachers all across Tanzania! This program, TIA (Teaching in Action), truly has an exponential effect on the educations' of thousands of children.
This year, our annual teach training seminar at Mwenge University will be 100% Tanzanian led. We're expanding the program and will have more teachers attending than ever before. We are also adding an in-school training element so we can reach even more teachers year-round with quality training.
We're so grateful for your support -- asante sana! (thank you)
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