JANE WANJIRU NYAGA
Please explain how you have conducted trainings on the Learning to Live Together Programme. (600 words)
1. 4-8 September 2017: Trained Teacher Trainers from Diploma Teacher Training Colleges as TOTs to train teachers in Secondary schools on Peace – Building
2. 4-8 September 2017 at Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel Entebbe, Uganda 2018: Trained as a trainer on “Teacher Training and Development for Peace-Building in the Horn of Africa and Surrounding Countries”
3. 9th to 13th April 2017 was trained in the Second Train the trainers Workshop on Learning to Live Together that was held at Menthon – Saint – Bernard, France.
4. March, 2017 : Organized workshop to develop Source Books on VbE to guide in the training of teachers and other stakeholders in the implementation of VbE in Kenya. Three Source Books were developed which are yet to be finalized. These are:
• VbE Source Book for Primary School Teachers
• VbE Source Book for Secondary School Teachers
• VbE Source Book for Secondary School Managers
5. 26TH JANUARY, 2017: Organized The Consultative for stakeholders in Values Based ( VbE) who included Arigatou International . The meeting intended to support KICD in efforts to adopt a Value Based Education Approach and identify good practices in promoting value Based Education, respect for diversity and inclusiveness, as well as dialogue, mutual understanding, and social cohesion through curricula
6. 6TH TO 10TH FEBURUARY, 2017 In partnership with Arigatou International and the Aga Khan Foundation, I Organized a Technical Workshop To Develop A Framework For Values Based Education. The workshop intends to support KICD in efforts to adopt a Values Based Education Approach. The workshop aims at developing a framework on Value Based Education and programme to be piloted later in the year.
7. 2017: In partnership with Twaweza Communications, a Non Governmental Organization working with youth on Peace and Conflict resolution developed content and training teachers on Amani / Peace Hangout Bridges using the LTLT Framework, Approach and activities for a pilot program aimed forging relationships between high school students in Kenya of different ethnic, racial, social, economic, cultural and religious backgrounds. It utilized ICT as a solution to build bridges across divides and was Implemented through Amani / Peace Clubs.
From 27th – 30th September, 2016 – With support from the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), Arigatou International and ACT! Organized a conference dubbed “Learning to Live Together through History & Government Education
8. From 11 to 13 November 2015, in partnership with KICD and Arigatou International organized the second Basic Training Workshop for 30 Curriculum Developers from KICD on the use of the Learning to Live Together Programme.
9. From 18 to 20 May 2015, in partnership with KICD and Arigatou International organized the first Basic Training Workshop for 36 Curriculum Developers. This was a 3 day non-residential workshop at the KICD with the aim to introduce the approach, methodology and resources of the Learning To Live Together Ethics Education program to contribute towards strengthening the curriculum and related processes.
10. From 22-23 September, 2015 participated as a facilitator in the reflection meeting following the completion of the Learning to Live Together pilot program in Kenya. It was conducted as a two-day workshop to provide space for teachers to reflect together at the end of the pilot program and to follow-up on the final steps of the M&E process.
11. From 01 February – 06 March, 2015 Successfully completed the online course as advanced facilitator of the Learning to Live Together Programme On Cooperative Games: Enhancing Children’s Participation and Collaborative Learning
12. From 9th September to 13th September 2014 Participated in the Learning to Live Together (LTLT) facilitators’ training workshop held in Kenya
How have you used the LTLT Ethics Education Framework? (400 words)
Explain how the conducted trainings have been sensitive to the local context. (400 words)
How has the conducted trainings impacted the trained facilitators? (400 words)
Please give some examples to show your resourcefulness and creativity to organize trainings of facilitators. (600 words)
How have you provided mentorship and guidance to trained facilitators? (400 words)
How has the Learning to Live Together Programme influenced a positive transformation in you, in a personal and professional level? (400 words)
Please explain how you exemplify a strong role-model of the principles of Learning to Live Together. (400 words)
Explain how you act as an ambassador and advocator of the Learning to Live Together Programme in your local context. (600 words)