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    Four-day training seminar for teachers, Nepal

    February 25, 2022 3 min read

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    Children who have a solid foundation of literacy skills are more likely to succeed throughout their school careers, break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential. Unfortunately, in the parts of the world where we operate, the development of student literacy skills is severely hampered by inadequate teacher training, a lack of quality reading materials and a poor learning environment. Research shows that children who don't develop basic literacy skills by third grade will never catch up.

    A teacher who knows how to teach and promote literacy skills is crucial for young students. That is why we offer further training courses for teachers in which experts from education, culture, science and politics teach holistic teaching methods.

    We also train teachers to manage a library and conduct activities that encourage students to read independently. Our on-site staff regularly monitor the library environment and provide feedback so communities know how to maintain a well-functioning library long after our support has ended.

    Project
    project number
    NEP 22-003

    Accompanied by


    BOOKS
    FOR CHANGE,
    Youth Foundation Nepal

    project location
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    27°41'57.5"N 85°33'38.1"E

    target group

    37 teachers
    3 representatives of NGOs

    main emphasis
    Continuing education teachers

    funds required
    6000 francs

    status


    CHF 6000 financing open


    speakers

      Sunoj Das Shrestha
        • Teacher, Engineer and Entrepreneur
        • Member of the Robotic Association and Google Education
        • Co-founder of Karkhana

          Lisa Singzango
            • Teacher and education expert from Kathmandu
            • Masters in Education
            • Expert in reading activities

            Rupesh Lhama

            • educator and actor
            • Regular appearances in film and theater
            • Providing creative learning methods

            Loonibha Tuladhar

            • TV personality and presenter
            • Pedagogue and theater teacher
            • filmmaker

            Namrata Neupane

            • scientist
            • Headmistress
            • Teacher

            Bika's Desar

            • Director "Cristal Mountain School"
            • trainer for teachers
            • Founder of "Teachers Hub Nepal"

            FATIK THAPA

            • Masters in Spatial Planning
            • government representatives
            • Education and Development Expert

            ANANTA WAGLE

            • Masters in Sociology and Literature
            • Well-known writer and children's book author
            • Officer at Room to Read Nepal

            Meeka math

            • Co-Founder and President of the Daya Foundation
            • Topics: mindfulness and emotional intelligence
            • Teacher

            ANANTA WAGLE

            • Member of Karkhana
            • Assistant to Sunoj
            • Creative learning with STEAM


            Goals of the project
            • The teachers are fulfilled and motivated and are able to offer their students a practical, interesting and varied learning environment

            • Better understanding of creative and innovative teaching methods in combination with digital tools

            • Bringing learning to life through STEAM ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics)

            • A better understanding of tasks, competencies, teamwork, responsibilities

            • Maintenance and organization of the library for long-term use (library management)

            • The participants derive long-term benefits from the further training seminar and can use the skills they have learned in their everyday work as teachers

            • The children benefit from the lessons given by motivated and committed teachers, enjoy learning and become enthusiastic readers

            impact and sustainability

            We design our literacy programs to create lasting, systemic change in the places where we work. This means we work closely with the communities to ensure that activities in the schools continue for many years after the BOOKS FOR CHANGE intervention. We work with communities early in project planning and share costs to empower communities and equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to continue activities in the schools and book books themselves procure.

            We also advocate for and work with educators to develop effective literacy initiatives that meet children's needs. In order to make this possible, we invite the teachers to seminars lasting several days, where speakers from culture, education, science and politics impart their knowledge.

            Indicators (impact measurement)
            • number of participants
            • involvement in the workshops
            • Written feedback from participants (evaluation)
            • picture documentation
            • final report
            • "Follow-up" visits to schools

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            Contact person

            Pranita Chettri

            079 899 55 80

            pranita@booksforchange.org

            As an Indian, I know how important education and the right to equality are. True to the motto "Be the change you wish for in this world" and my passion for reading led to the co-founding of BOOKS FOR CHANGE . With a lot of commitment, joy and motivation, I am committed to equality and the education of girls.