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application/pdfEnjoying Books Together Kinyarwanda versionKinyarwanda version of the Enjoying Books Together at Home pamphlet, which includes fun ways parents and care-givers can help instill a reading culture in children. 22/04/20154MB
application/pdfEnjoying Books Together in the Classroom A detailed guide produced by the Rwandan Children’s Book Initiative, a project of Save the Children. The aim of the guide is to introduce Rwandan teachers to the importance of written material and books and to share some ideas for how they can be used in the classroom to improve student’s learning.22/04/20151MB
application/pdfELMI Midline Summary of FindingsA summary of key findings regarding the ongoing implementation of the Early Learning and Maths Initiative (ELMI). ELMI aims to improve children’s school readiness skills for children aged 3 to 6 years through centre-based and home-based interventions.22/04/2015587KB
application/pdfEnjoying Books TogetherEnjoying Books Together is published by the Rwandan Children’s Book Initiative, a project of Save the Children. The aim of the guide is to introduce Rwandan teachers to the importance of written material and books, and to share ideas about how they can be used in the classroom to improve students’ learning.21/04/20154MB
application/pdfOLIVE UWAMARIYA - TEACHERLiteracy Boost works with parents, teachers and children to promote literacy in the classroom, in after school reading clubs and in community training sessions. Olive Uwamariya, a teacher and Consolee Mukahakuzimana the Head Teacher at the school ‘Groupe Scolaire Rukizi’ in Cyumba, Gicumbi district in Rwanda have benefitted from Literacy Boost teacher training sessions by Save the Children’s Literacy Boost education team. Olive and Consolee tell us how they are implementing the techniques in the school and classrooms and the changes they have seen in children’s literacy. 16/01/2015218KB
application/pdfJOSEPHINE NYIRANDINABO - MOTHERLiteracy Boost works with parents, teachers and children to promote literacy in the classroom, in after school reading clubs and in community training sessions. Josephine and her family are involved in the Literacy Boost programme in Gicumbi district. Josephine attends community trainings that teach parents how to promote literacy in the home and her seven year old son Sammy benefits from these home activities, regular participation in an after school reading club, and a classroom where the teacher has been trained by Save the Children’s Literacy Boost team16/01/2015284KB
application/pdfCase study - Working with Publishers and IllustratorsCase study - Working with Publishers and Illustrators - Felix tells us how Rwandan artists are in a much better position to express their culture and way of life in children’s books thanks to new opportunities in publishing and illustration. 16/01/2015219KB
application/pdfCase study- Working with illustratorsCase study- Save the Children (SC) Working with illustrators. Sebastien tells us how training with SC as part of RCBI enabled him to expand his traditional and digital techniques to produce his illustrations.16/01/2015182KB
application/pdfDRRDRR 07/11/2014153KB
application/pdfDRR Songs KinyarwandaDRR Songs Kinyarwanda07/11/201478KB
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