Rabat (UNA-OIC) – ICESCO’s Regional Educational Centre in Chad launched on Friday (5 March 2021) two simultaneous distance training sessions at the Centre’s headquarters.
The six-day sessions are being held in academic cooperation with the International Center for Trainers’ Training and Educational Innovation (CIFFIP) in Tunisia. The sessions are part of the project to exchange experiences between Chad, the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), and Tunisia.
The first session focuses on the use of ICTs in teaching the Arabic language and is attended by 15 educational officials specialized in teaching the Arabic language. During this session, participants are scheduled to learn about the use and exploitation of several technological applications and digital teaching programs to improve the quality of pedagogical performance in the teaching of Arabic language subjects in Chadian educational institutions, such as methods for processing texts, images and videos, and their use in the language lesson.
The session aims to develop the professional skills of Arabic language teachers by teaching them how to use digital educational programs, especially about the scientific and objective preparation of tests and evaluation exercises.
The second training session, held under the theme: “Modern techniques of teacher training to prepare competent teachers in the field of Arabic education”, benefits 12 educational executives working in the field of teacher training and curriculum development in Arabic education in Chad.
During six days of training, participants will learn the educational approaches in use in preparing teachers of language subjects, including the field of preparing teachers of the Arabic language. The training aims to provide Chadian officials with the methodological and cognitive tools that will enable them to scientifically and accurately review the training programs for teachers of the Arabic language in Chadian faculties and higher institutes.
Participants in both sessions belong to ICESCO’s Regional Educational Center in Chad, the Higher Institute for Teacher Training in N’Djamena, and the National Curriculum Center (CNC) in Chad. The work of both sessions is supervised by three CIFFIP educational experts.
National Coordinator of the Experience Exchange Project in Chad Habib Omar, and Director of the ICESCO Regional Pedagogical Center in Chad Dr. Ali Mohamed Qamar provided organizational supervision.