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On June 8th 2018 in ICK, ATER organized annual conference “showcasing best practices in English language and learning” and it take place in institut catholique de kabgayi where most of all teacher in Rwanda attend the training and they share different experience

Mr Richard Niyibigira the president of this association says that the aim of this […]

On June 8th 2018 in ICK, ATER organized annual conference “showcasing best practices in English language and learning” and it take place in institut catholique de kabgayi where most of all teacher in Rwanda attend the training and they share different experience

Mr. Richard Niyibigira the president of this association says that the aim of this […]

ATER 2018 Conference Program

The New Gicumbi CoP receive the 1st ATER training

The Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda (ATER) has supported the recent creation of a new community of practice (CoP) in Gicumbi district, located in Rwanda’s northern province. This CoP first met among themselves in March, 2017. Local CoP leader Isaie Nyirinkwaya and English Language Fellow Leah Jordano-Kudalis then collaborated to plan and carry […]

2017 Africa TESOL Conference registration

2017 Africa TESOL Conference Registration

2017 ATER CoP trainings start with Kicukiro

Twenty-five Rwandan educators actively participated in the April 3rd Kicukiro Community of Practice (CoP) teacher training. This day-long training was organized by English Language Fellow Leah Jordano-Kudalis in collaboration with Kicukiro CoP leaders as a part of the Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda (ATER)’s local outreach activities.

Participants, who included 3 school administrators, 11 secondary teachers, […]

Round 3: CoP Trainings

Round 3: CoP Trainings

Kicukiro  June 18th

The first training of the third round of ATER trainings took place in Kicukiro on June 18th at Kingdom Academy.  The number of attendees was the largest yet – 45 primary and secondary teachers participated in the one-day training. After introductions and a warm welcome by local CoP leader Mariza […]

ATER 2016 conference becomes a success

On Thursday June 02, 2016, the Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda (ATER) launched its third national conference at the Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center (IPRC) Kigali.

With an attendance of close to 200 English language teaching professionals from the region ranging from researchers, to teachers from primary and secondary schools, to university and higher learning institution lecturers, […]

Huye and Kicukiro close the second round of CoP trainings

Huye’s second training of the year took place on Friday, May 6th at the Mugisaza Hotel, in downtown Huye. Thirty local primary and secondary teachers took part in the training, where they were active participants in presentations by Dr. Jill Shafer, English language Fellow Robert Palisin, and G.S Murambi primary teacher Laurien Ikuzwe. The day […]

Kayonza and Ngoma CoPs conducts the second round of ATER trainings

 

A group of twenty-five primary and secondary teachers met in Kayonza for the second ATER teacher training of 2016 in kayonza.  The morning started off with a welcome greeting by English Language Fellow Robert Palisin, followed with a phonetics warm-up by Peace Corps education volunteer Hannah Gann, focusing on difficult consonant sounds. The group then […]