EdYou FM’s Broadcasters and Support Staff recently participated in a two-day workshop led by Veteran Radio Broadcaster, Merrano Isaacs. The workshop covered both theoretical concepts and practical applications of best broadcasting practices. This training session was part of EdYou FM’s mandate to improve the distance education service provided to Guyana.
Credit (The Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth (VUSSC) | Supporting teachers’ choice key in Guyana (col.org) Freedom of choice. It’s a seemingly simple notion but this often-elusive concept was one of the key factors behind the VUSSC work done in collaboration with Director Quenita Walrond-Lewis’s team from the National Centre for Educational […]
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 […]
Guyanese-British actress, Letitia Wright, best known for her role in the popular films, ‘Black Panther’ and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,’ on Monday visited EdYou FM and received a hearty welcome. The international star migrated to London, United Kingdom, when she was just eight years old, but has always acknowledged her Guyanese roots. Wright was greeted […]
_EdYou FM introduces ‘Inside NCERD’ On January 24, 2023, ‘Inside NCERD’ debuted on EdYou FM. The programme, hosted by Faye Stewart, is designed to give the public insight into the work of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) and how it provides support to teachers and schools across Guyana.