Fellow Kimberley Gamez Trained Teachers in Creating Lessons for Large Classes with Low Resources in Uganda
Kimberley Gamez was an English Language Fellow in Nkumba, Uganda, 2019-2020. Her project focused on practical, every-day training and materials development for pre-service and in-service teachers. Based on local needs, many of her workshops explored strategies for managing large classes with low resources.
Since Sarah Sanderson arrived in Uganda, she has offered several workshops on exchange opportunities abroad and how to craft successful applications for international programs. Today, Sanderson received the news that one of her mentees, Esther, has been awarded a fully-funded scholarship from the U.S. Embassy to spend five weeks in the United States for women’s leadership training.
English Language Fellow Jennifer Phillips held a series of three workshops to primary school teachers at the Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Uganda.
A “dream team” of English Language Fellows on assignment in Africa came together to present at the English for Effective Communication Conference at Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya.