Our goal is to maximise teacher training across all project locations so that we can enhance education and build economies. This project aims to provide vital teacher training and skills development across all our project locations to try and increase the quality of education that students receive as well as provide the teachers with vital skills to maximise their impact, teaching potential and hopefully progress in their careers.
By increasing the level of education and training that teachers receive, we can improve the quality of education that their students receive as well as provide them with the skills and knowledge to further their career. Also, by recruiting and training new people to become teachers we can help them earn an income as well as increase the number of teachers available, helping to alleviate the issue of overcrowded classrooms and under-resourced teachers. We have managed to raise $1000 for this initiative so far but still need to raise a further $4000
Teaching is the most vital occupation, yet it is the most undervalued and often the most underappreciated of them all. Due to this fact, the quality of education and teaching capabilities are not where they need to be, especially in the more underdeveloped countries, as they're often isn't enough funding to maximise the training/ pay the teachers enough. Our goal is to maximise teacher training across all project locations so that we can enhance education and build economies.
This project aims to provide vital teacher training and skills development across all our project locations to try and increase the quality of education that students receive as well as provide the teachers with vital skills to maximise their impact, teaching potential and hopefully progress in their careers. A generous donation of $270 funds one of our national scholarships for a month.
Teachers are arguably the most important members of our society. They give children purpose, set them up for success as citizens of our world, and inspire in them a drive to do well and succeed in life. Our goal is to maximise teacher training across all project locations so that we can enhance education and build economies..
"KCEP National Exam Results.
Our school in Kenya had 17 students take the tests and the class average was 301.82/500 which is incredible! Class Avg: English B-, Kiswahill B-, Maths C+, Science C+ and Social Studies and RE B- "! By increasing the level of education and training that teachers receive, we can improve the quality of education that their students receive as well as provide them with the skills and knowledge to further their career
As we approach the end of 2020 and reflect on the unexpected events we have overcome we feel we should be proud of what we have achieved. Unfortunetly due to pandemic a majority of people have post their jobs and more due to COVID-19 and we all kniow the one thing that looses out in time of crisis is education.
Many countries forced to close their schools has put a huge strain on learning and now many young people across developing countries have found roles in the house and not returning to school. With this and the struggle on resources for teachers the need for supporting teacher training programs are now more critical.
Therefore in 2021 we are please to announce that this projecvt will be evolving and we will be actively fundraising to fund teacher training project across the world. We are excited that you have been part of this project and will continue to support us as we tacklem global issues through education
This Quarter the GVI Trust was able to continue to sponsor the salaries of GVI’s two Lao interns during the months of June and July after schools reopened after a brief lockdown. These two individuals have made incredible progress in their teaching, lesson planning and communication skills over the last quarter through their dedication to their program.
This quarter the GVI trust contributed directly towards UNSDG4: Quality education, increasing the number of qualified and trained teachers in Laos by providing the salary of two local interns, who are training in TEFL style English teaching, lesson planning and other skills development.
The GVI Trust has also contributed in working towards UNSDG5: Gender Equality, by providing the salary of our female NSP, Miss Chai. Who has started working as a paid teacher in a private bilingual (Lao and English) school in Luangprabang. We are incredibly proud of her progress and wish her all the best in the future!
Thank you for your continued contribution and commitment to the GVI Trust Program in Laos. We look forward to working together to continue to provide these opportunities in Laos in the next quarter, and hope all our stakeholders remain safe and healthy in these difficult times! Remember: Stay home. Stay safe!
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