Ministry of Education, Guyana

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‘Let us Network’ – Min. Henry tells CPCE Centre reps

‘Let us Network’ – Min. Henry tells CPCE Centre reps

─ CPCE hosts first workshop for heads of Centres across country Read more

Thu, Oct 10 2019

Sixty Four youths graduate from Youth Leadership Training programme

Sixty Four youths graduate from Youth Leadership Training programme

-Director of youth urges them to become community leaders Read more

Thu, Oct 10 2019

Designing their futures

Designing their futures

– 31 BIT graduates complete garment construction training Read more

Thu, Oct 10 2019

More welfare and social support for Indigenous communities

More welfare and social support for Indigenous communities

— govt commits to continued development of hinterland educational institutions Read more

Thu, Oct 10 2019

Toshaos benefit from tablet distribution

Toshaos benefit from tablet distribution

— plans are in place to expand ICT in hinterland communities Read more

Thu, Oct 10 2019

Teaching Tips

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The Benefits of Sharing Our Planning With Students

The Benefits of Sharing Our Planning With Students

Explaining the intentions behind a lesson plan can boost engagement and help students get back on... Read more

Fri, Oct 11 2019

Research-Tested Benefits of Breaks

Research-Tested Benefits of Breaks

Students are easily distracted, but regular, short breaks can help them focus, increase their productivity, and... Read more

Mon, Oct 07 2019

Three Ways to Ask Questions That Engage the Whole Class

Three Ways to Ask Questions That Engage the Whole Class

These techniques guide all students to process course content and then actively demonstrate their learning. Read more

Fri, Oct 04 2019

Parenting Tips

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