Sir Urom Azubike Urom
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  • Afikpo, Ebonyi State
  • Nigeria
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Experimental Science Academy, Afikpo
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http://Nixty.com/blog/uromotaka
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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/urom-azubike-urom
About Me
I am a licensed, professional educator with great interest in the education of the child. I believe that true collaboration is the only way to fully educate the students where teachers tap into the talents of other teachers and avail themselves of the vast resourcing opportunities available to provide effective instruction. I recently obtained the International Certificate of Teaching Mastery from Teachers Without Borders.

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CAPACITY BUILDING IN GENDER – INCLUSIVE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY FOR ENHANCING LIFE SKILLS: THE CASE FOR CHRYSALIS COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS IN AFRICA.

Posted on July 20, 2011 at 11:44am 0 Comments

The Chrysalis community learning centers project in Africa has been launched within the framework of the capacity building for the Education For All (EFA) program with the financial and moral support of UNESCO.

The objectives of the project are among others:-

  1. To eliminate redundant costs and pockets of development success and failures from town to town, focusing on the learning needs of a town’s small groups----the by product is learning that is 100% relevant to…
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THE AFRICAN YOUTH AND SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION

Posted on July 19, 2011 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Young people make an important target group within the demand side in this consumer society and play a determinant role in future consumption patterns. Yet they are not given the special attention they deserve when considering consumption patterns. In most cases they are regarded as ‘victims’ of contemporary consumer culture.

However, while some young people are more concerned about the future of the earth they will inherit, some others are taking initiatives in proposing alternatives to… Continue

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