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Reflections from a TaRL Workshop trainer

TaRL Workshop 2019 trainer, Fred Abungu. Photo: Young 1ove. From 10-18 September 2019, TaRL Africa and Young 1ove co-hosted a TaRL Workshop. The workshop covered each aspect of the TaRL approach including TaRL models, assessment, reading and maths classroom methodology, mentoring, monitoring, and working with governments. The workshop also included time to practice assessment and …

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TaRL Community Mathematics Training

Elizabeth Ndyanabangi who worked closely on the Roots to Rise intervention in Uganda , reflects on a TaRL Mathematics training organized by the People’s Action for Learning Network (PAL Network), which took place in Bungoma, Kenya. TaRL Mathematics Training in Bungoma, Kenya In a quest to learn more about TaRL classroom methodology, I attended a TaRL numeracy training from …

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TaRL Borno Pilot Wraps Up

The Borno State Government with support from the Department for International Development (DFID) through UNICEF, Plan International, and TaRL Africa recently concluded a small Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) pilot reaching over 9000 children in twelve schools. The pilot provided the opportunity to mould and trial the TaRL approach in Nigeria, revealing critical insights into operations, model modifications, …

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Teaching at the Right Level: Inside the classroom

Cross–posted from the J-PAL blog. The application of the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach in Zambia, through the Ministry of General Education’s Catch Up program, provides an opportunity to capture key aspects of TaRL in an African context. TaRL pioneer Pratham, together with J-PAL Africa, worked closely with the Ministry of General Education to produce a set of videos that transport the …

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Zambia to scale Teaching at the Right Level programme to 1,800 schools

Cross–posted from the J-PAL blog. Building on over a decade of rigorous research around the world and two years of iterative learning in Zambia, the Ministry of General Education will scale up a program called Catch Up to approximately 1,800 schools in Zambia over the next three years. Based on the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach pioneered …

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From India to Zambia: A Learning Journey

  Cross–posted from the J-PAL blog. How can policymakers integrate lessons from innovations proven to be effective in another context? Learning journeys can play a key role in understanding the implementation and context details which drove a program’s impact and might help or hinder success in a new context. As part of J-PAL Africa’s ongoing support to Zambia’s …

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