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Everyday Science: All About Education

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Since January 12, 2018 I have been running the US Embassy’s Book Bus teacher empowerment program Everyday Science: Learn, To Teach; Teach, To Learn.

I promised the participants that I would share, online, most of what I shared with them in the workshops, that I would share them in the form of blog posts. This is the first one. (Click here for the blog post Everyday Science: Learn, To Teach; Teach, To Learn in which you can find links to all the blog post about the workshops.)

  • Click here for a PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation that accompanied my personal introduction and my initial advice to them.
  • Click here for a PDF document summarizing the aims and objectives of the program.
  • Click here for PDF version of the presentation providing the participants with an overview of the seven-session program.
  • Click here for a PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation I shared with the participants on what education is, or could be, and what being educated means etc. What’s been left out are the details of the activities I had the participants engage in about education and what it means to them.

At the end of every session, I ask the participants to provide anonymous reflections on it. One of the first questions in the sheet asks them to rate the session and provide a reason(s) for the rating.

Here’s how the participants rated the session and their reasons.

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