Meeting to Develop our KoiKoi Teachers University

I have just three last meetings, one being the longest and possibly the most important. We’ll be discussing our project that will build a revolutionary system of education for the Third World. It’s hard for me to be proud of anything I do, but this KoiKoi Teachers University and it’s Collaborative Hybrid Curriculum are exceptions.

This will be our last planning meeting until November. We hope that by then we will have found the right teachers university to be our US partner. As this time, seven Ugandans will join us in the States for a two week intensive workshop intended to build this Collaborative Hybrid Curriculum. It will be based on the Ugandan Curriculum and thus designed to be the opposite of the traditional Western approach that seeks to impose an educational model with the philosophy of “we are right do as we say.” That tradition has stood for generations with catastrophic results in Africa and the rest of the Third World.

Absent from the picture above are Ron Deutsch and Carl Korn who were involved elsewhere.

Please take a few minutes to watch this short video, produced for the Teen Human Rights Symposium. We hope to develop a Powerpoint presentation to be shared with American teachers universities. With this tool we should find our partner in this endeavor, to make ripples of change, to be the change we want to see in the world.


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