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National Special Education Needs ( SEN) Officer, Ms. Savvie Hopkinson-Hamilton, this afternoon, facilitated an information session to encourage staff of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development ( NCERD) to embrace and accept persons with Down Syndrome. She highlighted that the message of WITH US NOT FOR US speaks to the human rights approach to […]
Theme: Future Directions in Inclusive Education Today, the Special Education Needs (SEN) Unit in collaboration with Childlink Inc., through the “One Life Too” Project, hosted a training workshop at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) for teachers of children with Autism in Special Schools and Mainstream schools. National SEN Officer Ms. Savvie Hopkinson […]
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In recognition of Women and Girls in Science Day, the Women Empowerment Program welcomed a few of the women and girls who are making strides in the field of STEM in Guyana. These inspiring women are breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations of girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, […]
In celebration of Women and Girls in Science Day, Chrysann Clarke, a civil engineer, was recently a guest on the Women EmPOWERment program on 99.9fm/99.7fm. Ms. Clarke’s work in civil engineering is an inspiration to women everywhere, as she helps to pave the way for greater gender diversity in the field of science and engineering. As […]
The National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) launched its Online Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Programme. The Director of NCERD, Ms. Quenita Walrond-Lewis said today during the virtual launch that the CPD will give teachers at every level, nursery, primary and secondary, the experience to lean on their autonomy and consider their professional practice. She […]
The Children’s Mashramani Competition 2023 has proven to be a forum for the expression of creativity, learning, and harmony for children from schools throughout Guyana. The Georgetown-leg of the competition, being held at the National Cultural Centre, has seen performances of dancing, singing, and poetry. From excellently choreographed performances to the beautiful costumes and delivery […]
The Women Empowerment program on Tuesday evening interviewed five Queen’s College students who represented Guyana at the inaugural CSF 2023 Caribbean STEM Olympiad walked away with third place (silver medal) and a monetary prize. The students are Zionara Lawrence – Team leader, Aquila Whyte, Nikhel Persaud, Yeshua Hutson and Mahir Rajkumar. ‘Tweak Titans’, as they […]