On Wednesday, the Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Education launched the Guyana Education Sector Improvement Project at NCERD. This event dubbed as a stellar opportunity for the Ministry of Education to showcase its commitment to embracing the directives as indicated by His Excellency the President and the cabinet that ameliorative efforts to close gaps in education service provision and outcomes for educators, students and society at large are necessary for a prosperous Guyana.
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Trained Teachers working in senior positions are invited to submit applications to pursue the Education Management Certificate Course – January 2017 – December 2018 ( 2 years) hosted by NCERD/ Ministry of Education.
Education Management Certificate Course January 2017- December 2018 Centre Arrangment
The National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD) has been deploying resources and developing new strategies to improve Mathematics delivery throughout the country, and by doing so, bringing the curriculum alive.
In observance of Autism Awareness Month, an outreach was today hosted at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD), which allowed students to express themselves through art, interactive games and more.
(February 10, 2023) – The National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) launched its Online Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Programme.
Kaieteur News – Looking to give educators a platform where they can continue their professional development, the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) on Friday launched, for the first time, an Online Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Programme for all teachers.
The Department of Education Region Nine and the National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD) held a Literacy Camp at Arapaima Primary School, Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takatu –Upper Essequibo).
(November 10, 2022) - The Special Education Needs (SEN) unit of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) today hosted its annual conference under the theme ‘Come out of your comfort zone and enter your learning zone.’
With 17% of $250B in budget 2017 allocated to the education sector, Education Minister Dr Rupert Roopnaraine announced in the national assembly a new medical school for the University of Guyana as well as ten new counselling rooms in secondary schools.
...to bridge gaps between Nursery to Tertiary levels
On her first official day at work, new Minister of Education Hon. Priya Manickchand met with the senior staff of the Ministry of Education (MoE) to outline her vision for the development of the education sector.
Newly-appointed Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand yesterday met with the Management Information Systems Unit (MISU) of the Ministry to discuss effective strategies for e-learning.
The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is supporting Guyana’s National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) – the agency responsible for in-service teacher professional development – to strengthen its capacity to develop materials and offer teacher professional development online.
A new policy is in place to ensure teenage mothers have the opportunity to go back to school while receiving support at home and from their community.
“Character is constant but personality changes.”
This notion was amplified yesterday by Chief Education Officer [ag], Mr. Marcel Hutson, when he addressed an orientation session for newly-appointed administrators within the Region Four Department of Education.
With the continuing failing grade at common entrance mathematics by Guyanese students, the STEM Guyana (Science Technology Engineering Math) Project has launched a new mobile app that it hopes will assist in improving the performances of the children.
The adage that there is no limit to what you can achieve, was on Wednesday displayed by hearing-impaired students during the second annual Signing Bee competition. The contest which was held at the National Center for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) saw students spelling words presented to them through visuals.
Nursery Education in Guyana celebrated 45 years today since its existence in a formal setting. To observe this day, the Ministry of Education hosted a National Symposium on Play-Based Pedagogy under the theme “Revisiting Play in the Nursery School System in Guyana: Opportunities for Inclusion and Responsive Programming.”
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