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A Whole Word Reading is a pragmatic shift from Phonetic method of teaching reading to babies in the 21st Century Education system.
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Your Name and Title: Ozelle Stephen, Rev/Director of Education School or Organization Name: Miridians Elementary School, Centre of Enabling Support Foundation, Uganda Co-Presenter Name(s): None…Continue

Tags: 2019Languages, 2019Curriculum, 2019Teachers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ozelle Stephen Oct 25.

 

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Lucy Gray left a comment for Ozelle Stephen
"Look on the lefthand side of the front page of our site to find the training information. It is listed under 2019 CONFERENCE.  The last training is at  5 PM EST (GMT-6).  https://learningrevolution.com/page/conference-2-0-training"
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Ozelle Stephen replied to Ozelle Stephen's discussion A Whole Word Reading is a pragmatic shift from Phonetic method of teaching reading to babies in the 21st Century Education system.
"Well, I have edited the passage. Kindly let me know if it now meets standard and mission of GEC. Thank you. Ozelle Stephen"
Oct 25
Lucy Gray replied to Ozelle Stephen's discussion A Whole Word Reading is a pragmatic shift from Phonetic method of teaching reading to babies in the 21st Century Education system.
"Dear Ozelle, Our conference is focused on global education the context being globally connected teaching and learning. We need to see some opportunity for collaboration in your proposal or direct mention of how your work relates to the UN's…"
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A Whole Word Reading is a pragmatic shift from Phonetic method of teaching reading to babies in the 21st Century Education system.

Your Name and Title: Ozelle Stephen, Rev/Director of Education School or Organization Name: Miridians Elementary School, Centre of Enabling Support Foundation, Uganda Co-Presenter Name(s): None Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Kampala Uganda Language in Which You Will Present: English Target Audience(s): Teachers and Parents Short Session Description (one line): A Whole Word Reading approach is a pragmatic shift from Phonetic method of teaching reading to babies in the 21st…See More
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Title:
Teacher
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Miridians Education Services
Location (City or Town):
Kampala
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I am an educationist and clergy whose passion is to deliver information for transformation for better generation tomorrow.
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teacher, administrator, parent, consultant
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Below 45
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http://miridians.org
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English
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At 8:49am on November 16, 2019,
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Lucy Gray
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Look on the lefthand side of the front page of our site to find the training information. It is listed under 2019 CONFERENCE.  The last training is at  5 PM EST (GMT-6). 

https://learningrevolution.com/page/conference-2-0-training

 
 
 

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