Transforming Learning and Teaching Experiences via Mother Tongue Education in Uganda
Worldwide, millions of children’s education is enhanced by learning in their mother tongues We have seen first-hand, Mother Tongue Education for early years transforms learning and teaching experiences. It emphasises the quality of teaching and learning with a focus on understanding and creativity.
Northern Uganda has recently emerged from nearly 30 years of civil conflict and war that has left the region isolated from much of the country, including in the languages spoken. Helping this region to recover and join the rest of the country means providing education that is relevant to these communities. We have developed early childhood education materials and training in five local languages. These are now being used in six districts and reach over 100,000 children and their parents. These tools have also been incorporated into the national teacher training curriculum and are now available for any teacher who wishes to teach in these five languages.
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