Tuesday, February 2, 2010

[MLE] Inspiring report from the grass roots

Dear MLE friends,
 
Attached is an exciting personal story from an MLE grass roots level worker in our neighbouring country B'desh. A quote:
We divided  the school year  into 30 weeks and developed one  theme  for each week. Each theme had a daily  lesson  plan,  big  picture  related  to  the  theme,  a  big  book,  a  listening  story,  and  "facts  and information" activities  using  flash  cards, songs,  rhymes or  games, etc. So,  in 10 months, a  total of  1200  different  learning materials  were  produced  for  Preprimary  I  classes. When  I  look  back  and  consider  the number of materials that were produced, printed, transported, and made available to 89 schools,  it seems like we have achieved the impossible. An excellent team of managers, MLE officers, community facilitators, and technical support staff made the impossible a reality.
Read more in the attached!

Regards,
Karsten
 
PS When I received the attached report, I initially thought of not forwarding it since it seems a bit SIL centric. However on the encouragement of a non-SIL friend who knows this programme I still forwarded it because of its inspiring content.
 
Karsten van Riezen
Education Consultant, SIL Int.

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