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School of Distance and Lifelong Learning‘s Writers Workshop October 9th -15th 2011

A writers workshop organized by the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning was held from 9th - 15th October 2011 in Kampala. The workshop was held as part of the activities for the LETTER (Learning for Empowerment Through Training in Ethnographic Research) DeLPhe project.

Irish Exchange students visit School of Education

Centre for Lifelong Learning’s Abim Centre graduates its first

Centre for Lifelong Learning on October 21, 2011 graduated 22 learners who successfully completed their short course leading to the award of Certificate in Public Administration and Management of Makerere University. The course which was in line with the CLL motto, “taking Makerere University to the communities and bringing the communities to Makerere University” ran from June – October 2011 at Abim Secondary School.

Launching Golden Key International Honour Society (GKIHS) Uganda

 

The interim members of GKIHS will on Tuesday November 8, 2011, organize a half day seminar to sensitize fresh students pursuing Diploma in Project Planning and Management at the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning (SoDLL), College of Education and External Studies (CEES). The seminar shall take place in SoDLL Lecture Theatre from 2.00 – 4.45 pm and shall be open to any interested fresh student in CEES. Amongst others, the discussion in the seminar will focus on:

Unveiling the innovative power at Makerere University

 

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES

MEDIA DAY 15 DEC 2011

THEME: UNVEILING THE INNOVATIVE POWER AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY

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Strengthening parental/community participation in enhancing quality education in primary schools in Uganda

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School of Education develops E-learning and Teacher Education learning materials

Since its inception Universal Secondary Education has suffered inadequate classroom space, shortage of qualified teachers and learning materials. Makerere University through the School of Education has implemented ELATE (E-learning and Teacher Education) project to address these challenges. Free and easily accessible learning materials incorporating job related life skills have been developed and disseminated to build the capacity of teachers.

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