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Admin Khan
09-02-2010, 07:58 PM
Seminars started help Afghan educators improve


A 3 month seminar that will train teachers on how to improve their teaching skills began today in Afghanistan’s central province of Ghazni, according to a press released issued by Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education. 300 teachers are participating in the training which is being held in the Alee Shamsularifeen High School. These teachers teach science, geography, Dari, Pashto, and physics from grades 4 to12. The seminar is being held to help improve the way these Afghan teachers deliver the material to their students, thus making them much more effective educators. The seminar is able to happen thanks to financial support from the Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team, and their cooperation with Afghan education ministry officials. Another seminar also started today in Afghanistan’s northeastern province of Takhar, according to the same ministry press release. This seminar is a 5 day seminar where school principals are getting together and analyzing how to improve the level of education in schools. They will discuss how to support teachers and how to train them to that they can be much more effective in their job. This seminar is being funded by the German government.
It’s not only important that teachers know their subject matter, they must also be able to communicate their knowledge in a way that students can pick up the information easily and quickly. Seminars like these will help Afghan teachers obtain the necessary modern day skills they need to teach students in Afghanistan much more effectively.




Hi, I am the source. (http://www.goodafghannews.com/2010/09/01/seminars-started-help-afghan-educators-improve/)

Iqra
09-03-2010, 02:42 AM
This is a great stuff...

An important step in education I believe, because if the teachers/staff have the right idea or know how on how to approach this, then hopefully the students will be able to pick up more material in a better way, applying it in the future..InshaAllah they succeed in becoming better instructors dakhaira.

Admin Khan
09-03-2010, 03:30 AM
This is a great stuff...

An important step in education I believe, because if the teachers/staff have the right idea or know how on how to approach this, then hopefully the students will be able to pick up more material in a better way, applying it in the future..InshaAllah they succeed in becoming better instructors dakhaira.
I agree. Afghans need to be more involved in other disciplines as well, aside from teaching there are many great fields. All of our goals can be achieved through peace and only peace. I am very confident that many of the educated youth of the Afghan diaspora will return back home once the nation is at peace.