Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe

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Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Skills training for 200 learners in rural Zimbabwe
Jun 26, 2020

NBCC Learner Preparation Continues Virtually

NBCC LEARNER PREPARATION CONTINUES VIRTUALLY

 

Emergination Africa has successfully managed to kick off the National Business Case Competition 2020 with 120 government, mission and private schools in Zimbabwe signing up for the program. The purpose of the program is to develop 16 to 18 year old learners to develop with the relevant entrepreneurial skills and competencies required to develop Africa's future economy. We pleased to let you know that despite the COVID-19 pandemic and school closure our learners have managed to continue with preparation before presenting their business ventures. From your generous contributions 10 learner captains from rural schools participating in the program have managed to lead their teams in developing their business ventures virtually as they continue to work remotely due to schools being closed. Below are some of the activities learner captains have been engaged in during the lockdown.

 

LOCKDOWN PHOTO AND VIDEO CHALLENGE

We are excited to present our top 3 winning pictures of the lockdown photo challenge with learners busy working on their tasks. In order to make learners work more fun and exciting during the lockdown, we lodged a lockdown photo challenge in the learners WhatsApp groups. In the challenge, learners had to post pictures while working on their cases at home. Interesting pictures of learners were received showing how dedicated and engaged they were while working on the business case exercises. We also posted a team captain video challenge on our social media pages and in this challenge, team captains had to record a 5 minute video clip telling us how the NBCC journey has impacted them and the leadership lessons they have drawn from the role of being a captain.

 

TEAM CAPTAIN SPOTLIGHT

We are excited to spotlight Tapiwa, the team Captain for Gokomere High School in Masvingo. Emergination Africa is driven to bring out the best in learners by identifying, nurturing and channeling talent and passion. During the lockdown, we recognized the positive work that Tapiwa is doing. He became Emergination Africa's first Honor Student to receive and honor badge. The honor is in recognition of his determination, focus, drive and a promising future. During lockdown, Tapiwa is ensuring that the Gokomere NBCC team continues to work on their case using the teams WhatsApp group.

 

TEACHER COACH SPOTLIGHT

When teachers evolve, education progresses. Here, we spotlight Mr. Muzungu of Nyatsime College in Harare. During this lockdown period, we have also managed to identify more engaged teachers as schools continue to work on their cases using WhatsApp platforms. Mr. Muzungu remains engaged and actively involved in facilitating the work of his team. He has shown that the classroom is not the only place where meaningful engagement can take place. Having gone through the Teacher Training Program, he utilizes 21st century strategies by providing problem based and research-driven tasks that allow for interactive learning during group discussions online. Using facilitative strategies and creating an environment in which learners are free to express their ideas has kept learners involved and active carrying out the NBCC 2020 tasks. By adapting to personal and social change, lifelong learning occurs.

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schools in Zimbabwe signing up for the program. The purpose of the program is to develop 16 to 18 year old learners to develop with the relevant entrepreneurial skills and competencies required to develop Africa's future economy. We are pleased to let you know that despite the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures, our learners have managed to continue with preparation before presenting their business ventures. From your generous contributions 10 learner captains  from rural schools participating in the program have managed to lead their teams in developing their business ventures virtually as they continue to work remotely due to schools being closed. Below are some of the activities learner captains have been engaged in during the lockdown.Emergination Africa has successfully managed to kick off the National Business Case Competition 2020 with 120 government, mission and private schools in Zimbabwe signing up for the program. The purpose of the program is to develop 16 to 18 year old learners to develop with the relevant entrepreneurial skills and competencies required to develop Africa's future economy. We are pleased to let you know that despite the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures, our learners have managed to continue with preparation before presenting their business ventures. From your generous contributions 10 learner captains  from rural schools participating in the program have managed to lead their teams in developing their business ventures virtually as they continue to work remotely due to schools being closed. Below are some of the activities learner captains have been engaged in during the lockdown.


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Location: Mount Pleasant, Harare - Zimbabwe
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Prince M Abudu
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