Sunday, September 29, 2013

Teachers of Coast Region private school in Tanzania complete Dubai tour

The head teacher of Victory Secondary Schools in Mkuranga, Coastal Region, Christopher Segeleti, on Friday urged the government to motivate teachers to put more efforts in teaching, which would increase the number of passing students. He said authorities should pay salaries in time, especially in rural areas, so that they would stop frequent strikes in the country’s schools. Segeleti made the remark at the J.K. Nyerere International Airport after arrival from Dubai where he and other 25 teachers had attended a two-week teaching training, funded by Thadei Mutembei, the owner of St Mathwe's, Victory, Ujenzi and St. Mark's schools. Segeleti who had led the delegation said they went for ‘teaching training’ in Dubai to learn various techniques used in that country, one of the richest in the world. He expressed confidence that the techniques they learnt in Dubai would enable them to be better teachers who would make many students to do well in their examinations. "We learnt many teaching techniques and promise to use them and make many more students to pass.” He added that the school has strategic plans for increasing the number of students passing examinations from the present 98 per cent to100 per cent He revealed that besides the Dubai trip, the owner of the schools has donated a car and a computer to each one of them.

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