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Extensive workshop on the power of clubs to studients :kibangu schools

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by ABBY MAGWAI, Feb 19, 2012.

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    ABBY MAGWAI Member

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    Of late we had the breakthrough workshop on the application of extra -curriculum requirements to accomplish educational and academic needs .The re known educator Mr Mwageni from the university of Dar had specified very important role that the schools could play in ensuring that clubs in schools tend to enable pupils extend and build up their natural talents out of the box of the curriculum.Emphasizing on the concept Prof Josephat Rugemalila of faculty of linguistics at the hill,pointed out that we, as educators of the children,are duty bound to ensure that we develop the talents of pupils and diversify their hobbies.
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    King'asti JF-Expert Member

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    A very good move, big up to all involved with the initiative. Getting students involved in different clubs keeps them away from bad hobbies, as well as help them shape their careers quite early in time.
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    CLUBS are really good.