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Positively engaging parents and the community in children’s learning

Enrolment for both boys and girls has significantly improved in Uganda since the introduction of UPE in 1997. However high drop out rates, poor learning outcomes and performance levels still exist in the education system more so in rural areas. Nevertheless, the education system has not focused enough attention on the contribution of community based initiatives in improving learning outcomes and there is limited school/community level research in Uganda.

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Student leadership workshop

A leadership workshop for student leaders of CEES was held on 13th February in the School of Education Conference Hall. The student leaders viewed a DvD of the Destiny Leadership Expo 2013 Conference after which they discussed the concepts discovered and how these could be applied to practice. The students were taken through good presentation techniques, leadership etiquette and goal setting.

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Publishing for new readers

In a bid to support a reading culture and overcome the lack of appropriate reading materials for rural people, 17 titles of short stories for new readers were published in four local languages (Lugwara, Luganda, Luo and English). This was part of the Learning for Empowerment Through Training in Ethnographic Research project funded by the DFID-British Council DELPHE.

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Staff Party

On 18th January staff from the College got together at Ndere Centre for the staff party. It was a fantastic night for all who attended. The party was an evening of food, drinks, entertainment and lots of dancing. During the same function, CEES rewarded and recognised the efforts of retiring staff for their dedicated service to Makerere University and to the College.

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Dr. Kiggundu-Musoke an academic staff at College of Education and External Studies takes over MUASA top leadership

Dr. Muhammad Kiggundu-Musoke took over as Chairperson of the Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA), at a handover ceremony held on Friday 15th February 2013, with a pledge to ensure that staff interests will continue to be addressed.

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Staff with Masters Degree

Mr Festo Kayima Msc in Chemistry – CEES staff,  Mr. Reymick Oketch MSc in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology – CEES staff,  Congratulations to Mr. Michael Walimbwa who attained a Second Masters degree in Education in Information Communication Technologies at the University of Cape Town. on 18th December 2012. Michael graduated in absentia. PhD Graduates

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Students with a First Class degree

Bachelor of Adult and Community Education Afoyochan Winfred 4.43 Bachelor of Science with Education Ddamulira Mahadi M 4.49 Matovu Henry 4.52 Mugaya Samsom 4.44 Diploma in Project Planning and Management Namara Shiber 4.45 Nasasira Claire 4.45 Click on links below for details Staff with Masters Degree

 

PhD Graduates

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63rd Graduation Ceremony- Congratulations to our CEES graduands

Congratulations to our CEES students who graduated at the 63rd Graduation Ceremony held from Tuesday 22nd to Friday 25th January 2013. Students of the College of Education and External Studies graduated on Wednesday 23rd Jan for the Bachelor of Commerce External degree and Thursday 24th Jan for all other programmes.

Well done to our students who graduated with a first class degree

BACHELOR OF ADULT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION AFOYOCHAN

Winfred F 4.43

FIRST CLASS DIPLOMA IN PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

NAMARA Shiber F 4.45 FIRST CLASS

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Call for Applications: Bachelor of Education (External) 2013/14

The Academic Registrar, Makerere University is calling for applications for Bachelor of Education (External) for the Academic Year 2013/14.

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DSTVE hosts delegation from VAAL University of Technology

The Chair, Department of Science, Technology and Vocational Education, Dr Henry Busulwa met with a senior delegation from Vaal University of Technology (VUT), South Africa, on November 23rd. The two member delegation comprised the DVC Governance and Operations Prof. Gordon Zide and Principal Ekurhuleni Campus Prof. Peter H. Omara-Ojungu. According to Prof. Gordon Zide, his delegation’s visit was intended to explore prospects for partnership and collaboration with Makerere University.

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