After a successful new curriculum resource workshop at in Kololo SS, Kampala on Janan Luwum Day, more workshops are being organized in different places countrywide..
On Women’s Day 8th March 2023, a one-day resource and information sharing workshop has been organized for teaching staff at Hamdan Girls High School- Mbale. Teachers from other schools are welcome to attend the workshop, in which vital resources and information will be shared to prepare the teachers to begin the new term well equipped to handle new curriculum classes.
The focus of the workshop will be on assessment in the new curriculum, including preparation of students for projects, world of work (DIT) assessment and preparation of end of term report cards that conform to the latest NCDC guidance on reporting learner achievement in the revised lower secondary curriculum. Below is the tentative program of the day.
|08:00 – 08:45am||Arrival, Registration and Distribution of Resource DVDs|
|08:45 – 09:00am||Opening Prayer, Introductions, Expectations and Ground Rules|
|09:00 – 0:30am||Overview of School Based Assessment and Reporting Learner Achievement|
|10:30 – 11:00am||Break Tea|
|11:00 – 01:00pm||Teachers Role in Guiding and Assessing Students Projects in the New Curriculum|
|01:00 – 2:00pm||Lunch Break|
|02:00 – 3:00pm||Preparing S3 Students for DIT World of Work Assessment as a School|
|03:00 – 4:30pm||Preparing End of Term Report Cards using readily available, low-cost Excel Software|
|04:30 – 5:00pm||Closing Remarks, Certificates of attendance and Departure|
The workshop fee is only UGX 35,000 per teacher, to cater for workshop materials, certificates, resource DVDs, meals and refreshments. The DVDs will contain vital documents including New Curriculum books, sample assessment Items, sample projects, DIT ATPs and circulars, workshop presentations and software tools. Report card systems will also be available for purchase at subsidized rates. Teachers are encouraged to come with ICT aids like flashdisks, smartphones and/or laptops to aid hands-on practice and data shareability.
For reservations, please call 0776960740 / 0701138719 to register latest Monday 6th March 2023. Special consideration can be made for staff from same school seeking to register as a group. You can also register online at bit.ly/sharebilitycbc and our team will get back to you.
Looking forward to meeting up and sharing with all colleagues in the spirit of ‘Have to Give’.
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Sharebility Uganda Limited is a private company in Uganda registered in 2020, providing services in Education Technology, eLearning, Website Services, Digital Library, Content Creation, Digital Marketing, Training & User Support. Sharebility Uganda Limited works in partnership with
different teacher associations and other partner organizations to sensitize teachers about digital pedagogy, e-learning, effective teaching, and engage teachers in educational content creation. The Company’s Director, Mr. Mukalele Rogers, is one of the Master Trainers of the New Lower Secondary Competence Based Curriculum.
Sharebility Digital Library at www.sharebility.net is the company’s flagship project, which has supported over 6 million learners, home schooling parents and teachers, with free and premium study resources for all classes over the past 3 years. The project’s main objective is to crowdsource and create digital educational resources and make them widely available to the education community. By promoting collaboration and the sharing of resources, Sharebility Uganda digital library aims to reduce the time and cost of creating curriculum content for teachers and learners. The project also aims to build teacher networks and promote the spirit of sharing educational resources in schools.