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쓰나미가 지나간지 3년, 몰디브 어린이를 위해 개선된 교육환경

2008.01.02

Asset ID : 143770-UNCF_8071_76339-n.MPG
* Tsunami three year update – Better schools for Maldives children
* 02 min 48 secs
* 27 Sep 2007

School children in Male wait to go back into class – in the three years since the tsunami devastated their lives, some things have changed for the better.

Not only were all Maldives children back in school within one month of the disaster, they have found that the style of teaching has changed.

Faafu Atoll education centre on the island of Nilandhoo is typical of schools where students are encouraged to participate more in the classroom – all part of UNICEF’s policy of building back better.

SOUNDBITE (Dhivehi) – Rahiyya Ahmed, English teacher:
There is a huge difference in how we used to teach back then, and now. The benefits for the children are very different too. Earlier children just sat in their chairs and take notes while the teacher explains lessons on the blackboard. Now it has become more student focused, so the children get more engaged in the lessons and their interest increases too.

SOUNDBITE (English) – Ameena Mohamed Didi, UNICEF Education Specialist:
“With the scaling up of the child-friendly to 105 primary schools and nearly 180 pre schools in the country, one of the challenges we were faced was the in-service training on child-friendly active learning methodology that teachers needed in order to make this successful. In a country where the population is dispersed over 200 islands, and where transportation is prohibitively expensive, bringing teachers for in-service training to the capital Male’ was a huge challenge. So the strategy that the Ministry of Education and UNICEF came up with was to establish Teacher Resource Centres.”

Twenty teacher training centres have been built. Broadband access provides a crucial link in this far-flung archipelago, making sure that teachers and students in the Maldives continue to have the most up to date resources.

SOUNDBITE (Dhivehi) – Ismail Naseer, Coordinator, Faafu Nilandhoo TRC: “With the development of the TRC, all the other 19 atolls are now connected to us. There is a lot of room now for sharing good practices amongst teachers in the atolls. And if we look at the future, through these developed TRCs, our teachers will be trained, especially in the child friendly methodology and as a result we will have more qualified teachers for our children.”


 

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