Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. More info and photos…

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Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.

As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.

Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/

Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ v Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/ Shenendehowa hosted a team of Ugandan educators in elementary and middle school classes to model different ways teachers engage and excite their students. The goal is to provide pedagogy and content skills the Ugandan team can share with other teachers and ultimately with their students. In doing so, Shen teachers and students will learn about the culture and challenges faced in another country.  As part of the partnership with The Greater Capital Region Teacher Center and The Giving Circle, local teachers are collaborating with a team of Ugandan educators to help improve student engagement in one of the poorest communities in Africa. The current Ugandan teaching model relies heavily on whole class lecture.  The group is hoping to gain some insight into the various techniques used to create a more student-centered environment.  Here is a link to the Giving Circle’s website to learn more: https://www.thegivingcircle.org/wordpress/about/

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