As CEO and Founder of the NYDT it is my mission to introduce our students and affiliated teachers here in Africa to Science Based Activities and facilitate their participation in International Science Based Competitions to establish themselves as competitive in global context.
It is very important for me to work with educators in other countries, to ensure that the programmes, projects and events we present are internationally accredited.
Our Programme must have universal credibility. For this reason it is critical to work with, and learn from educators in as many countries as possible.
The perfect scenario for me is to have schools in other counties act as international ambassador schools for specific programmes, projects and events, and those schools – under the mentorship of their educators – assist our students to build capacity and skills.
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Hi Adrian , regarding the project to which you invited me to particapate, could you give me more information , because I am very interested to cooperate and work,, besides , I think there are some aspects of Education in South Africa and some other african countries are now considerd as examples of succuss . on the other sides , there are many educational systems that are backing in many aspects.
Thus, let me involve in what is happening, please
I hope to hear from you
all the best
Elbadri Abbas, Sudan
Adrian, please take a look at the programs within Journey North. Students participate in scientific studies related to animal migrations and seasonal change. Both these phenomena take students across political borders to understand both ambassadorship and unity on the globe.
Visit Journey North group here on Classroom 2.0. We'd love to chat about your program goals. - Mary Hosier