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ICTE-I Program Alumni Teachers from Adjara Establish an NGO | icte | 9 Dec 2015

In July 2014, ICTE program, Training of Trainers Summer Institute (TOTSI), alumni teachers from Adjar; Dali Aburjania, Natia Katamadze, Ketevan Papava-Lobzhanidze & Nino Maisuradze registered an NGO called Changes without Borders (CWB)

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Studying in the US Is Just a Step Away | access ge | 30 Nov 2015

Dianne Zhambakhidze was once a shy and silent student, but that was before she enrolled in Access. It took her nearly a year to find her voice, but now she is one of the most helpful and friendly members of the group. Peers admire her diligence and hard work and always pay extra attention to what she has to say in class when she answers questions and gives advice on homework problems.
 

Partnership between Civics Club and Tbilisi City Hall for Safer Traffic | mt | 1 Dec 2015

Poor pedestrian road facility near Tbilisi Public School #186 had long caused risk for students and other citizens crossing the street near the school. Pedestrian crossing was hard to see as the narkings were wiped clean. Students, parents and school personnel had difficulties when crossing the street to get to the school building.

This problem came to the attention of the “Delta” Civics Club, founded at School #186 in November 2014, in the framework of USAID funded “Future Generation” (MT) project, implemented by PH International and supported by Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. Since the day of its founding, Civics Club member students carried out different initiatives for their school and community. They advocate for the healthy lifestyle, for the need of environmental protection and human rights education.
 

ELCE II Alumni Try Themselves as Teacher Trainers | elce | 1 Dec 2015

By the end of the first teacher training cycle, high performing alumni - Khatuna Khvedelidze from Tbilisi Public School #186 and Natela Basilia from Tbilisi Public School #82 were given a chance to teach the final ELCE workshop to their peers instead of the ELCE Program English Language Teacher Trainer.

The purpose of the activity was to give the two high performing ELCE participant teachers a chance to try the role of teacher trainers and conduct a workshop on Extra-Curricular Activities, Team-Teaching and Sharing of Resources to their peers. It was the first time that each teacher had been given the opportunity (and responsibility) to act as a trainer. Each had positive feedback to give regarding this experience.
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