Nepal is facing a new surge in Covid infections. Like in India, cases are soaring, many hospitals are full and schools have once again been shut. Last week, with just a few days warning, Kathmandu went into lockdown. With students facing weeks without learning, our team immediately got into gear. In a couple of days … Continue reading Lockdown and Learning
Last week we set all our students a ‘project work’ challenge, and look what they achieved! (make sure you scroll down to the end!) …yes, that is the letter ‘D’ made from cigarette butts!
This lovely video shows how we are keeping our students learning through this crisis. The video features one of the schools we manage, Bhanodaya Basic School, but we follow a similar approach in all our schools.
Over 13,000 students in 12 municipalities across Nepal have used CSN’s Learning Packs during the coronavirus lockdown. The Learning Packs, created by our team, are 60-page booklets to help students keep up with their studies while schools have been closed. We have distributed them for free through our networks of partner organisations and local government. … Continue reading 13,000+ students use CSN’s Learning Packs!
From the day we began the Collaborative Schools Network, we have been guided by one principle: WE PUT STUDENTS FIRST. And at these times, it has never been more important.
How do you involve all of your students, all of the time? That’s one of the key challenges of teaching. In public schools in Nepal, when it comes to asking students questions, the standard technique is to let them all shout out the answer. We call this the ‘all at once’ method and it is … Continue reading Top Teaching Techniques