AFRICME 6 Opening Remarks by the University of Rwanda-College of Education Acting Principal, Dr.Florien Nsanganwimana

Dear : • Honorable Minister of Education • Vice-Chancellor, University of Rwanda • College Principals • Madam Prof. Mercy Kazima, ICMI Executive Committee Liaison for AFRICME • Mathematics Educators • Participants to the AFRICME 6 conference It is a great opportunity for the University of Rwanda-College of Education to host the 6th Africa Regional Congress of ICMI (International Commission on Mathematical Instruction), AFRICME 6. We are very grateful for the AFRICME and ICMI community to have selected Rwanda, through UR-CE and the African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching and...

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University of Rwanda To Host an International Conference on Mathematical Education

The University of Rwanda through its African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Science (ACEITLMS) based in the University of Rwanda- College of Education (UR-CE), Rukara Campus, organizes the 6th Africa Regional Congress of ICMI on Mathematical Education (AFRICME 6) from 25-27 October 2021, with the collaboration of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI). The event will be held virtually (via https://bit.ly/3mFxdB4), due to COVID-19 disruption, under the theme “Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Fourth Industrial...

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University of Rwanda-College of Education to Start a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate for Enhancing Teaching and Learning Using Music, Dance and Drama

The University of Rwanda-College of Education (UR-CE) is planning to start a new Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate in Teaching and Learning using Music, Dance and Drama for secondary school teachers. The development of the program was achieved in the recently concluded 5-day workshop, held at UR-SPIU, Kicukiro District. The exercise brought together a team of UR-CE lecturers, teachers from secondary schools trained in the methodology of teaching and learning using music, dance and drama as well as artists from the Rwanda Art Council (RAC) representing music, dance and...

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University of Rwanda- College of Education in collaboration with Rwanda Basic Education Board have embarked on a serious plan to improve teachers’ English proficiency. The efforts are supported by the Rwanda’s Quality Basic Education Human Capital Development ( QBEHCD) project, English Sub-Component 1.1 with the objective to improve teachers’ English language proficiency and digital literacy through e-learning. After a methodological training of Master Trainers organized at UR- Rwamagana Campus from September 16 to 19, 2021, it was the round of the training of the School-Based Mentors...

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University of Rwanda’s Commitment to Developing and Sharing Blended Learning Modules with East African Universities

The University of Rwanda (UR) fosters relationships with other institutions which are essential to academic and research accomplishment. As far as the Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL) project of which UR is a full member is concerned, UR has endeavored to develop quality –assured, credit bearing blended modules shared with other universities in East Africa. As a result, the ‘Biochemistry’ module and that of ‘Introduction to Information Technology’ are now available on Open Education Resources (OER) Africa. Therefore universities within and beyond the project network can...

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“Students who voted for you trust you ; they gave you the power to stand for them. I hope that you will not deceive them”-Dr. Florien Nsanganwimana to the newly elected Guild Council Committee

Dr.Florien Nsanganwimana, the Acting Principal of the University of Rwanda-College of Education, welcomed the incoming Guild Council Committee and called upon them to work diligently advocating for all students. He made this statement at the Swearing in Ceremony of the members of the Committee which took place on Friday the 25th June 2021 at UR-Rukara Campus. The swearing in ceremony preceded slightly the handover between the outgoing Guild Council Committee that was led by Mr. James Murenzi, the Guild President, and the incoming Committee headed by Mr. Benon Bataringaya, the new Guild...

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