Mon, 21 Oct 2019 17:02 - Updated Mon, 21 Oct 2019 15:15
Over 100 trainers attend course
Luanda - At least 137 Trainers from Primary Teaching Schools across the country are benefiting from the first stage of permanent training, under Learning Project for All (PAT) of Education Ministry.
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PAT is part of joint partnership with the World Bank (WB) started in 2016, meant to improve the teacher’s knowledge and skills.
The initiative is also intended to improve the school management and develop an efficient assessment system for students.
The training, which comprises modules I and II of Portuguese Language, Mathematics and Streamlining of School Clusters (ZIP) as a Teacher's Permanent Training Center, is seeking to cover 18,000 teachers.
Addressing an opening ceremony of the event, the State Secretary for Vocational Technical Education, Jesus Joaquim Baptista, said that the training will enable the Ministry of Education (MED) to develop skills for a better performance in the classroom.
According to Jesus Baptista, the Executive is aware that the improvement of the education system entails the permanent education programme.
Going until 3rd November this year, the training is being run by lecturers from the Higher School of Setubal (Portugal).
The first training cycle took place from October 2016 to August 2019.
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