VIDEO REPORT: In Tanzania, engaging approaches to primary school improves learning
In 2009, the Government of Tanzania, with technical and financial support from UNICEF, launched a strategy for improving teaching in primary schools. The strategy challenged the traditional ‘chalk and talk’ teaching methods and encouraged a more interactive and participatory learning approach. Since then, thousands of children in Tanzania have benefitted from this new style of teaching, which has increased confidence, self-esteem, curiosity and enjoyment in the classroom. The benefits have been evident across the board – students are more engaged and teachers’ morale has received a boost.
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