Newsletter Issue 24

Issue 24 of the TEN/MET Newsletter is now available for download at this link.

5th Quality Education Conference

The Fifth Quality Education Conference was wrapped up on Friday, March 16, 2012 at the Blue Pearl Hotel in Dar es Salaam. The theme of this year's conference was "Trends in Teacher Professionalism in Tanzania".

The purpose was to bring together key education stakeholders at different levels across organizations (schools to universities and NGOs) to share ideas and experiences and to work out ways to improve the situation through advocacy work.

The proceedings of the conference are listed below, by presenter's last name.



Fourth Community of Practice for Learner-Centred Education

The Fourth Community of Practice for Learner-Centred Education took place in Dar es Salaam from December 14th to 16th, 2011. The venue was the Blue Pearl Hotel. Forty-five participants spent the three days discussing means and modes of implementing Learner-Centred education in Tanzania. This is a challenge in an environment hitherto practised only in teacher-centred education.

The papers are available at the download links below in PDF format. Some presenters came with Power Point presentations, and others gave Word documents. The presentations are arranged alphabetically below, by author's last name.




Issue 23 of Newsletter

Issue 23 of the TEN/MET Newsletter is now available for download at this link.

CSO Contributions to Education in Tanzania 2011

The new version of "Performance of Civil Society Organizations in the Delivery of Quality Education in Tanzania" for 2011 is now available on the website, at this hyperlink.

The paper describes the experience of CSOs’ contribution to improving the quality of education in Tanzania. The focus is to highlight CSOs’ performance in the last fiscal year in terms of achievements, challenges, lessons learned, recommendations for action, and prospects. TEN/MET is a CSO member organization based network consisting of 161 active members settled in the nine working zones. The majority of them are in Northern Zone (44%) and fewest are in the South East Zone (1 % members, Refer to Figure 1 in the discussion).



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