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Kindergaten Teachers needed at Mini Me International School

Schools Uganda 09:11, 23rd November 2016 Jobs

Job DescriptionWe seek to appoint Kindergarten Teachers. This is an excellent chance to join a friendly, vibrant and dynamic team environment. Job Details Mini Me International is a daycare & kindergarten that was established to provide a rich environment for young children to begin their education. Located at Sekajja Road, Kito; Kira-Namugongo, near the Kira town council offices, the facility...

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Is going to university still worth it?

Schools Uganda 02:11, 21st November 2016 Opinion
Is going to university still worth it?

With the increased costs of going to university many students could well be wondering whether it is worth it any more. Stories abound of graduates struggling to find employment and with more and more alternative routes being developed, is it still worth getting a degree in Uganda? Is it true that there are so many graduates these days that...

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When teenagers steal....

Schools Uganda 02:11, 11th November 2016 Opinion

Almost all children have taken something that does not belong to them at some point in their lives, but children at different ages tend to have different reasons for stealing. For example, younger children may not have a complete grasp on the concept of what is means for an item to belong to someone or that items in store must...

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Nine simple math tricks you’ll wish you had always known

Schools Uganda 11:11, 4th November 2016 facts
Nine simple math tricks you’ll wish you had always known

It’s not entirely your fault if you’re terrible at math — maybe you just didn’t know the tricks to make any math problem a piece of cake! Well, now you do, because we have the simple ways nowMultiplying large numbers in your head Learning the nine times table ...

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Minister offers rice and meat to P7 candidates

Schools Uganda 08:10, 31st October 2016 News

By JOYCE CHEMITAI @DailyMonitorKAPCHORWA- Children sitting for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) in Kapchorwa Municipality "have no reason to fail" after getting a free lunch offer from the area Mr Sam Cheptoris.The exams start tomorrow.The MP has announced that a meal of meat and rice will be served to all candidates as well as scouts and invigilators in the newly-created municipality...

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Why E-learning is so effective

Schools Uganda 09:10, 26th October 2016 Opinion
Why E-learning is so effective

E-learning is hot. And for good reason. If done right, it can produce great results by decreasing costs and improving performance. Also, unlike a one time classroom session, the e-learning course is available for others. This includes the static e-learning course as well as any ongoing conversations in networked communities.Recently, I had a conversation with someone new to e-learning and...

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Montessori teacher Needed

Schools Uganda 03:10, 21st October 2016 Jobs
Montessori teacher Needed

We are currently looking to recruit a highly motivated, organised, enthusiastic and independent thinking individual to work within our school. This individual should have a Certificate/Diploma or Degree in teaching preferably Montessori trained, plus a passion for working with children.Requirements:• University Certificate/Diploma/degree or equivalent in teaching• Minimum 1 years experience in a relevant field or equivalent following an international curriculum/Montessori•...

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25 Tips for ACCA Exam Success

Schools Uganda 01:10, 18th October 2016 facts
25 Tips for ACCA Exam Success

Planning Phase1. Planning: Before you start to prepare for your next ACCA exams, take some time out to decide how you plan to prepare yourself for the examinations. Do not wait until the results of your previous examinations have arrived since by then you would have already wasted two precious months of the exam session.When planning, consider for example the...

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How to handle an angry parent

Schools Uganda 02:10, 12th October 2016 Opinion
How to handle an angry parent

It can be a nerve-racking experience.Without warning, a parent appears in front of you. He (or she) is angry and wants answers. Right now.Maybe he’s upset about a student picking on his son. Maybe he’s mad about how you handled his daughter’s recent misbehavior. Maybe it’s a homework issue, a test grade, or a misunderstanding about something you said to...

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Why Do Some Students Hate Their Teachers?

Schools Uganda 09:10, 7th October 2016 Opinion
Why Do Some Students Hate Their Teachers?

I come from a family of teachers, I have many friends that are teachers, and I work in the fields of education and psychology. Playful ribbing of the struggles and strife that educators have to put up with has always been a popular topic in my life. I have noticed trends in the stories of students that hate their teachers...

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MakSPH RAN CRID4FAL Grants Call

Schools Uganda 08:09, 20th September 2016 Grants
MakSPH RAN CRID4FAL Grants Call

ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) - West Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (WA RILab) is pleased to announce and invite applications for the Collaborative Resilience Innovation Design for Food Security and Diversified Livelihoods in the face of Rapid Urbanization (CRID4FAL) Grants.Are you working on an innovative idea or approach that has the potential to strengthen the resilience of...

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Why a long school holiday can be good or bad to our students

Schools Uganda 08:09, 10th September 2016 Opinion
Why a long school holiday can be good or bad to our students

After slightly more than two months of holiday, allowing respite from the stresses and struggles of the classroom, our students in public schools have this week resumed classes, hopefully re-energized and rejuvenated to face the books. Long school holidays help students clear their heads, relax a little and stretch their brains in different ways.However, for decades, there has been a...

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Man, wife can’t teach in same school - government

Schools Uganda 08:09, 8th September 2016 News
Man, wife can’t teach in same school - government

By PATIENCE AHIMBISIBWEKAMPALA- A policy proposal being developed at the ministry of Education will see teachers who are married to each other looking at the painful prospect of not being eligible for posting to the same school.The transfer policy, which is being touted as a measure to avoid unspecified managerial issues, could come into force as early as December. It...

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How To Be a Successful Adult Student

Schools Uganda 07:09, 4th September 2016 Opinion
How To Be a Successful Adult Student

High school and adult level education programs differ significantly. As a result, different types of skills and qualities are required to succeed as an adult student.The primary difference between high school and adult education programs aren't the programs themselves, it's the students. High school students don't typically have full-time jobs or families to support–adults do. Adult students must juggle the...

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2017 Commonwealth Fellowships for Mid-career Medical Staff from Developing Commonwealth Countries

Schools Uganda 05:09, 1st September 2016 Scholarship
2017 Commonwealth Fellowships for Mid-career Medical Staff from Developing Commonwealth Countries

UK Department for International Development (DFID) is offering Commonwealth Medical Fellowships. These fellowships are available for mid-career medical staff from developing countries to spend between three and six months at an approved UK university hospital, learning or improving a specific clinical skill.The purpose is to provide mid-career medics with the opportunity to enhance their clinical skills, and to have catalytic...

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