Jun 8, 2015

Trained Teachers adds to Quality Education

Training for The Project Officers
Training for The Project Officers

Teachers Training by Tech for Bangladesh

The first session of the JAAGO teacher-training program has been conducted back in April 5th – 9th.  Teach for Bangladesh was the facilitator for this training program which is a nationwide movement of exceptional university graduates and young professionals who are committed to expanding educational opportunity for all children in Bangladesh, starting with a two-year professional fellowship teaching in high-need communities. The Teach for Bangladesh Fellowship is a highly selective, challenging and rewarding leadership development program which prepares participants to become lifelong advocates for equity from both inside and outside the education system.  Teach for Bangladesh teachers discussed at length, lesson plans and teaching techniques during this interactive session.

Training for New Teachers

When it comes to teaching, reading a book is not enough. Even hearing teachers talk about teaching methods is not enough. New teachers need practice teaching combined with effective mentoring in order to help them understand what is required from them in their new position. This happens through student teaching in the classroom setting. However, it is imperative that student teachers are placed in appropriate classes that meet their interests. Keeping these on the mind 19-20th May and 26-27th May EDP team has arranged two training sessions on Motivation, Classroom management, and Lesson Plan. EDP team supervised the teachers and provided feedback each day to help student-teachers learning. This training will give, the better understanding of teaching learning process, class management, and planning curriculum for the future.

Training for the Project Officers:

We have now 13 schools all over the Bangladesh. Our branch head is the project officer, so all the administrative and educational activities are supervised by the project officers. So it is very important for the project officers have a proper knowledge in working process. EDP team has arranged a six day-long training for the project officers on School Accounts, Admission Procedure, Updates, Dropout, Day to day operation of Project Officers. JDs of all staffs, Professionalism, IT, Dealing with Branch Staffs. Motivation and Positive Attitude. Email & Phone etiquette, HR policy, Rules & Regulation, and Handling Local Community.

This training will make the project officers more efficient and gave a better knowledge about the working procedure of JAAGO Foundation.

Teachers Training by Tech for Bangladesh
Teachers Training by Tech for Bangladesh
New Teachers Training
New Teachers Training
Mar 11, 2015

Ensuring Quality Education Through Online School

Training on Digital Conduction of Classes by JAAGO Trainer:

Ms. Shaila Ahmed, freelancer expert in Education has conducted an one hour session on how to make digital question papers online and she has given hands on training and shared wonderful tips and ideas for the teachers so that, they can implement in their assessment process.

Hopefully teachers have absorbed the methods effectively.

Session held on 8th January, 2015

Induction for New Teachers:

Mr. Imran Khurshid has conducted induction training for teachers where contents like learning needs, lesson plans, class activities, introducing our schools, child psychology, teaching techniques, feedback, material generation, etc. has been facilitated to them. There was a whole package of the knowledge teachers must gather before getting into class.

Photos aren’t available now. Trainer probably has them.

Session was held 10th January, 2015

External Training by Educationists of IER on Training of Trainers (TOT):

A whole-day long workshop entitled as “TOT” was held to introduce JAAGO Foundation School teachers on advanced teaching methodology and how to become an effective trainer. The objective of the workshop was to orientate and equip the teachers about Children’s psychology and classroom activities. The areas generally covered by the workshop are:

-       Understanding students' psychology(relevant theories) and counseling ( its importance and process)

-       Teaching methods and techniques

-       Use of teaching aids (Preprimary  & Primary)

-       Learner assessment and test development (Bloom's Taxonomy), and

-       Teaching methods and techniques (Preprimary  & Primary)


Two prominent education experts – Associate Professor Md. Abdus Salam, from Institute of Education & Research (IER) from University of Dhaka were invited to conduct the workshop for Online Teachers. After such an extensive training the teachers are more confident about all the teachingmethodologies and child psychology that they can apply for bringing about development in the Online teaching process.

Session held on 17th January, 2015


A Thank You Note!

We graciously thank all our sponsors for the wonderful difference they have made into the life of hundreds deprived children. Your contribution means a lot to us. Every penny you donate will change the course of a life merged in dire poverty. Thank you so much again for supporting us in our cause!

Mar 10, 2015

Achieving another milestone

JAAGO Online Schools: 5 New Schools Launched in December 2014

 The JAAGO Foundation has successfully inaugurated 5 new online schools in the month of December 2014. After the remarkable success of our online schooling program which was initiated in 2011 with our Gazipur branch; the JAAGO foundation now has 10 existing online schools nationwide. The online schooling program was introduced as a solution to the lack of educators outside the major cities to provide students with the JAAGO standard of education. These five new schools have been established in Rangpur, Dinajpur, Teknaf, Habiganj and Laxsmipur. The school in Teknaf is located towards the end of Bangladesh, along the borders where there are no options for schooling. In Habiganj the school is situated in a tea estate to cater to the education needs of the children of the workers who are mostly of tribal ethnicity. Like the motive behind every JAAGO online school these too where established in order to facilitate the locals in remote areas of the country with quality education. 40 children were taken in as the first batch for each of these schools.

New bags New Hope

There is something about a new school bag at the start of the academic year. It is an instant boost of enthusiasm to give one’s best and ace those courses! For a JAAGO student who lives a life that seldom can offer such simple luxury; a brand new school bag is a bundle of hopes and dreams. Courtesy of KrisEnergyall JAAGO students now own school bags that they bring to school.

Treehouse for JAAGO

 Dhaka Tribune, apopular local English daily has taken the initiative to provide students of the JAAGO Foundation with their weekly supplement. “Treehouse” is a fun way to introduce young minds to a diverse range of topics. The weekly contains a commendable range of pictures, rhymes, puzzles, comics, drawing and articles that could capture a child’s attention. The habit of newspaper reading also is an effective way to enhance the students’ command over English. We appreciate Dhaka Tribune’s partnership with JAAGO in ensuring the development of reading habits outside school material.

21ST February: International Mother’s Language Day observed

 The JAAGO Foundation has always firmly believed in inculcating a deep sense of nationalism amongst its students. A thorough knowledge of Bangladesh’s history is an essential part of JAAGO’s schooling program. That kept in mind, like every year International Mother’s Language Day was observed nationwide in all the 13 JAAGO schools. The students paid their respects to the national flag. A session of paying their tributes to the language martyrs with flowers at the “ShaheedMinar” was conducted within the school premises. The traditional “Ekushey” book fair was organized and every student went back home with a handful of good reads! An art competition was also organized to stir the students’ imaginations in depicting the series of events that took place in 1952.


Thank you

Last but not least we want to thank you, our sponsors and supporters, affectionate for walking the long way of building an illiteracy free Bangladesh with ‘Access to Quality Education for ALL’ with us.Under our ‘Sponsor a Child’ program you can make a monthly contribution of only a minimum amount of USD $20 and so will be the educational expenses of your sponsored child and be part of the JAAGO family. Thank you once again for being there!




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