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ATER Helps Organize Successful Access Microscholarship Conference

ATER Helps Organize Successful Access Microscholarship Conference On Friday October 9th and Saturday October 10th, the Association of English Teachers in Rwanda (ATER) in partnership with the US Embassy in Kigali lead the English Access Microscholarship conference. The Access program is designed to provide English language skills to talented students, ages 13-20, from economically disadvantaged [...]

ATER NGOMA CHAPTER CONDUCTS ITS FIRST WORKSHOP

  On Monday, August 10, 2015, the Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda (ATER) Ngoma Chapter committee conducted the first workshop that gathered teachers of English in Ngoma District. The workshop was organized in order to boost English teaching profession in Ngoma district. English teachers who attended the workshop were mainly from primary and [...]

Learn English with the British Council on Radio Rwanda

Classroom Language: every Sunday 2:30 PM, Radio Rwanda¬†   To support teachers with learning English and with teaching methodologies. This series introduces and explores a range of teaching methods that can be used in the Rwandan classroom whilst at the same time helping teachers learn the English language needed for effective teaching. Topics covered include [...]

ATER 2015 Conference Review

Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda (ATER) English Language Teaching Conference "Empower the Teacher, Empower the Classroom" 4-5 June 2015 For two days in Muhanga, Rwnada, English language teachers from all corners of the nation participated in a conference organized by the Association of Teachers of English in Rwanda and Rwanda's English Language Fellow, [...]

Kicukiro CoP in a training entitled “Teacher Talk: Effective Classroom Language”

On Saturday, eighteen teachers from Kicukiro Community of practice (CoP) gathered for a workshop entitled "Teacher Talk: Effective Classroom Language," lead by English Language Fellow Leanne Cameron. The training focused on improving teachers' English for classroom language, with emphasis on giving directions, doing error correction, and offering praise and criticism. The workshop allowed for extensive [...]