[Rwanda-learningteam] How was the end of the training?
silvia at laptop.org
Wed Jul 14 06:19:57 EDT 2010
It is nice to hear from you!
Yes, the week finished very well! Base on the teachers evaluation,
they liked and they learnt so much!
Yesterday we did a meeting with our interns to assess our Pedagogical
work and reflect how can we improve for the next Capacity building.
Jackie took notes on the meeting and she is going to send it for us.
In general, despite some obstacules (that were out of our control,
like holiday, money,etc), the Pedagogical side was good! I think we
achieved the goals we had aimed. But you know, we can only say it was
a success when we see teachers doing something with this knowledge in
their schools and in their community.
About Friday, since happened some delay with the certificates and the
money, we continued working with teachers a little bit more in the
morning. After, Nkubito came and teachers received the certificates
and the money.
Could you please send us some of the pictures that we took with our team?
Well, I would like say again that it was nice to work with you! I wish
all the best in this new phase of your life!
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 5:02 PM, Melissa Henriquez <melissa at laptop.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am in Miami now, I am starting the day at the office here, very happy to
> be here.
> How are you all?
> I was wondering about the end of the training, how was Friday?
> I hope all well.
> I wanted to thank you all for all the support you gave me while I was in
> Rwanda, I know Thursday I was very sensitive, but I was also very happy to
> have worked with such great colleagues.
> Please email me about whatever else goes on around there, because even if I
> am not there, I still belong to that team.
> I am going to keep working on certain papers about Rwanda, as well as more
> blog posts of the work we did there. I just ask you to please be a little
> pacient, since I have a lot to readapt here as well, but it will come soon,
> you dont have to worry.
> Thanks again to all of you for making me feel welcome in the team.
> Melissa Henriquez
> One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)
> melissa at laptop.org
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Silvia Kist <silvia at laptop.org>
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