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The Future Page 5

  1. 1. THE FUTURE • December 2009 – Training team will provide “Positive Discipline” training in a 2-day conference at the CENEOH Education Training Center in the rural community of Sources Chaud. Approximately 70 Teachers from 10 area schools will attend. • January 2010 - At the request of the Inspector of Education, we are developing and will deliver a 3-day training on Standards Based Lesson Planning. This training will be made available to the 13 surrounding schools in the Anse Rouge Area. • December - April 2010 – Working with a grant from Harvard University, we are developing an integrated leadership training and health curriculum oriented towards girls age 12 to 15. The program will be implemented this spring in three week modules and will serve over 100 children in the rural and remote Anse Rouge area. Area teachers will be trained in the provision of the curriculum and will be supported to continue the program in the months and years to come. This will include yoga, swimming, karate, healthy diet and food preparation coupled with sustainable agriculture, permaculture initiatives, solar cooking and edible plants. • March 2010 - The extended teacher training team including 5 trainers from the US will implement a train the trainer workshop on student centered instruction. Techniques for making instruction more engaging and fun has been requested by the Inspector of Education and will be provided for 50 teachers in the Port-au-Prince area. This same training will then be given by the local education team in the Anse Rouge area for the teaching staff of 13 area schools. • Spring 2010 – A member of the ministry of education, a renowned French/Haitian artist, is developing an Integrated Arts Curriculum, incorporating painting, sculpture, paper mache and other mediums for the Anse Rouge area schools to make school curriculum The Future – The opportunities for improving the more accessible to varied learning styles. educational opportunities for Haiti’s children are limitless. With appropriate funding, it is our hope to continue…  To expand our teacher training offerings,  To complete the development of progressive integrated curricula relevant and appropriate to Haiti,  To implement this curricula in participating schools both in rural Haiti and Port au Prince,  To build capacity so that the programs are sustainable and Haitian run. www.amurthaiti.org

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