Jump-Start Learning for Afghan Children

 
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Oct 13, 2011

Keeping the Kindergarten Teachers Informed

As part of the Afghan Institute of Learning’s Teacher Training Program, teachers trained at Technique Seminars are followed throughout the years.  Monitoring generally takes place once per month at each learning center.  The Master Teacher Trainers observe to see that the teacher is using the methods that they were taught and that they are connecting well with the students.  Whenever, they have any concern about a teacher’s abilities or knowledge of the lessons, they set up a mini-workshop to cover any subject matter that is a concern.  In August, there were two of these workshops held for the Kindergarten teachers.  The subjects they covered included health (environment and hygiene) and literacy.  The teachers are always thankful for the training and continue to ask for more.  

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