Primary and Secondary School Teachers Enabled To Get A CPD Diploma in Quality Inclusive Education

The University of Rwanda-College of Education in collaboration with Rwanda Basic Education (REB) have undertaken a training of four (4) level-based CPD modules that have been developed for primary and secondary school teachers in all districts. These CPDs are organized into four subjects including : (1) Pedagogy and Instruction ; (2) Measurement and Assessment ; (3) Inclusive Education ; and (4) Self-awareness and Values Formation. The four( 4) modules have been developed, validated and uploaded on REB e-learning platform to enable a large number of Rwandan teachers to acquire knowledge,...

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“Ces Orphelins rwandais chéris”[Woeful orphans from Rwanda]-a novel by Mr. Phocas Nkulikiyumukiza, a UR-CE Lecturer

Mr. Phocas Nkulikiyumukiza, a lecturer at the University of Rwanda-College of Education, has recently published a novel in French titled “Ces Orphelins rwandais chéris”[ that can be translated as ‘’Woeful orphans from Rwanda”] by L’Harmattan under the pen name Lepic NSHAKIYUKO which is an anagram of Phocas NKULIKIYE a shortened form of Phocas NKULIKIYUMUKIZA. His novel is a story telling the mean exploitation of miserable orphans by some malicious people whereas they are supposed to be adoptive parents. “I have noted orphans complaining against their adoptive parents as how they could not...

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Ces orphelins rwandais chéris, roman par Mr.Phocas Nkulikiyumukiza

Mr. Phocas Nkuliyumukiza a publié récemment chez L’Harmattan, un roman en Français intitulé “Ces orphelins rwandais chéris” sous le nom d’auteur (pseudonyme) de Lepic NSHAKIYUKO, un anagramme de Phocas NKULIKIYE, qui est lui même un raccourci de Phocas NKULIKIYUMUKIZA. Il s’agit d’un roman qui traite le problème de l’exploitation mesquine des orphelins par certaines personnes mal intentionnées qui les adoptent, et au lieu de les élever comme il faut et les protéger, les exploitent plutôt pour leurs propres intérêts. Approché pour étayer sa publication, Mr. Nkulikiyumukiza a souligné que son roman raconte...

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UR-CE :Principal’s Roll of Honour for academic year 2019-2020 officially recognized

University of Rwanda- College of Education has officially recognized excellence in performance by undergraduate students who completed their modules of 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimesters, academic year 2019-2020 with high scores/high academic achievement by the award of Certificates of Merit ( Principal’s Roll of Honour). This is provided for by the UR Revised General Academic Regulations for Undergraduate Programmes ( Third Edition), Section XII regarding Principal’s Roll’s of Honour, Art.229-230 : "...A student who completes her/his modules with high scores shall be recognized for her/his...

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University of Rwanda- College of Education : MasterCard Foundation’s Leaders in Teaching(LIT) Program Strengthens The Integration of ICT in Teaching and Learning

The University of Rwanda-College of Education (UR-CE) appreciates the support provided by the MasterCard Foundation through “Leaders in Teaching (LIT) program. The program is much contributing to UR-CE capacity building as regards academic staff and pre-service teachers. LIT program activities are mainly geared to ICT, Competence-Based Curriculum (CBC) and research. Despite the wave of COVID-19 pandemic, the program has so far funded the training of practicum and school attachment supervisors, the training of mentors of teacher-students on school attachment, top-up of living allowance for...

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Leaders in Teaching Program Donates 151 Laptops to Academic Staff of UR-CE

ICT tools, and precisely a laptop, have become integral to the teaching-learning interaction. During this critical hard time of Covid-19 a number of the University of Rwanda-College of Education teaching staff have faced challenges of relying on office desktops while the current circumstances now oblige them to work from home or sometimes to continue their teaching and research activities at their homes away from their offices. To resolve those challenges, on Monday 24th January 2022 the Leaders in Teaching (LIT) program funded by the MasterCard Foundation donated 151 laptops to the...

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