Orientation on Quality Educators for Every Child (QE4EC) held in Rangpur

Tuesday 7 March 2017

“A video device like a tablet is an effective tool for quality education. It will increase teacher’s capacity. They will know where to put emphasize. It will reshape their teaching methods.” Said Mr. Mahabub-E-Elahi, Deputy Director, Department of Primary Education, Rangpur Division while addressing the orientation program on Quality Educators for Every Child project as chief guest. QE4C program arranged the orientation program at RDRS Rangpur on February 3, 2017. The objectives of the program were to emphasize on the current situation on quality education, grounding common understanding to ensure quality education, to brief program strategy and to collect views and feedbacks from the teachers. A total of 83 teachers and GoB education officials participated the event. Thirty teachers from 15 schools received 30 tablet device for teaching video capture. 

QE4EC strives for quality educators for every child. The event illustrated the major project activities including teacher’s training, coaching support, peer observations, and learning forum. It focuses on the technological involvement like tab device in the teaching. The video devices create scopes teachers to echo their own teaching techniques. 

Save the Children in Bangladesh is carrying out this project in 15 Newly Nationalized Primary Schools (NNPS) in Rangpur district. It involves 73 teachers and 3000 students in two Unions of the Badarganj Upazila of this district.  

“We want to learn what makes you best teachers. We also want to find out bottlenecks that bar quality education. This project is like a mirror, we want to reflect our strategies and your teaching here.” -Liana Gertsch, Chief of Party, READ program.