New Students Union leaders start functions after swearing-in and handover

The new Guild Council of the Students Union of the University of Rwanda-College of Education ( UR-CE) has started to perform its year-long functions after being sworn in. The handover ceremony and swearing-in ceremony have been recently held concurrently and presided over by the UR-CE Acting Principal Professor Florien Nsanganwimana. In his remarks, the Principal acknowledged the outgoing Guild Council’s contribution to UR-CE community activities. He congratulated members of the new Guild Council for gaining the trust of their fellow students who voted for them. He extended his...

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“Our research showed that teachers had many innovative pedagogical strategies, which included but were not limited to helping students learn English and subject content,” Associate Professor Eugene Ndabaga and Dr. Pui Ki Patricia Kwok commented.

The University of Rwanda-Nyagatare Campus students and staff are delighted to have attended the seminar that featured the presentation of the findings of the recently completed research entitled a collaborative research conducted by Associate Professor Eugene Ndabaga the Director of Research and Innovation, at the University of Rwanda-College of Education, and Dr. Pui Ki Patricia Kwok, ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Their research is entitled “Transitioning to an unfamiliar medium of Instruction : pedagogical strategies used by Rwandan primary school teachers to...

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Maths and Science Teachers ’Excitement for their Capacity Building in Lab Practical Skills

The University of Rwanda-College of Education (UR-CE) in partnership with the Rwanda Basic Education Board (REB) developed and introduced the Continuous Professional Development Program (CPD)in Innovative Teaching Methods for Mathematics and Science (CPD-ITMS) for teachers in upper primary through lower secondary grades (P4-S3). The implementation activities of this CPD are financed by the Rwanda Quality Basic Education for Human Capital Development (RQBEHCD) project, sub-component 1.2. The Sub-component aims to modernize instructional tools and enhance the knowledge and pedagogical...

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TEST has achieved one of its objectives of increasing the capacity for present and future research in its focus areas.

A vibrant Legacy Event was held at the Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village (KCEV) to celebrate the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) Network Plus, Rwanda Hub’s completion of its term of operations. Participants included the research team responsible for the 14 projects, as well as the beneficiaries of the projects. The event gave attendees a chance to share their knowledge and lessons learned from the experiences, insights, challenges, and reflections of diverse project teams. Additionally, it sought to develop methods for raising the profile and impact of the work...

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Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) celebrated its legacy as it has ended its operations.

As its operating term ended, TEST HUB Rwanda celebrated its accomplishments. This one- day Legacy Event took place on 12 July 2023 at the Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village (KCEV) bringing together TESF project team, the teams of researchers for the 14 projects funded by TESF, project beneficiaries and other stakeholders. The event featured exchanges of experiences, discoveries, problems, and reflections from various initiatives that were carried out by the TESF-Rwanda project teams. While officially opening the event on behalf of the University of Rwanda’s Vice Chancellor, Mrs...

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