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BTVETDEL Stakeholder's Meeting

On Monday 16th March, 2020 academic staff from the Institute of Open Distance and e-Learning (IODEL) had a stakeholders meeting with the Assistant Commissioner Business and the Principals from Uganda Colleges of Commerce (UCC) to discuss the modalities  of  increasing access of Business, Technical, Vocational Education and Training (BTVET) through Open, Distance and e-Learning.

Open Distance and e-Learning (ODEL) Workshop for Academic Staff at College of Business (COBAMS)

On Wednesday 26th February, 2020 the Institute of Open Distance and e-Learning (IODEL) facilitated a workshop at the College of Businesss and Management Science (CoBAMS), the team from IODEL included; Dr. Jessica Aguti the Director IODEL, Dr. Paul Birevu Muyinda, Dr.Harriet Nabushawo,Dr.Jamiah Mayanja, Dr.Najjemba Harriet, Mr.Godfrey Mayende, Mr. Richard Kajumbula.

e-History Workshop

On Friday 21st Feb, 2020 the Institute of Open Distance & E Learning at the College of Education, held a workshop on using emerging Technologies to innovate the teaching of History discipline in public universities in Uganda (e-History), it was held at the History Documentation Center at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences(CHUSS) Makerere University.
 
The training was spearheaded by a team that included Dr.Harriet Nabushawo,Prof.Paul Muyinda ,Prof. Jessica Aguti, Dr.

PLASHE-WIL Project Launch

On the 11th February,2020 The Pedagogical Leadership for Academic Staff in Higher Education Institutions to Enhance Graduate Work Readiness & Transition to Work (PLASHE-WIL) Project was launched at the (NHCE) National Council of Higher Education Head Quarters in Kampala,  This is a collaboration betweeen Makerere University,NCHE and the Governnment of Uganda,East African School of Higher Education Studies and Development(EASHESD) at the College of Education and External Studies will take the lead on this research, the project is a beneficiary of the the

Launch of a Book Entitled:” Practices of Citizenship in East Africa” Perspectives from the Philosophical Pragmatism

On 14th Januaray,2020 a book launch was held at the Makerere University Guest House the function was officiated by the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Prof.Umar Kakumba who represented the vice chancellor in absentia.

Personalities present at the launch include; Dr.Muhammad Kiggundu who was the master of ceremony, Dr.Alice Nankya Ndidde the local Principle Investigator, Dr.Twine, Dr.Paul Muyinda Birevu, Prof.Jessica Aguti, Prof.Katariina Holma, and Tiina Kontinen, University of Jyvaskla, Finland.

Open Impact Conference

On Friday 13th December 2019, the Minister for Kampala Capital City Authority and Metropolitan Affairs, Hon. Beti Kamya, opened the First Open Impact Conference organized by the Open University (OU), UK in partnership with Makerere University College of Education and External Studies (CEES).

The 2nd Prof.William Senteza Kajubi Memorial Lecture

The Second Professor William Senteza Kajubi Memorial Lecture was held on Thursday 14th November 2019, in the Central Teaching Facility 2 (CTF 2) Auditorium, Makerere University the Lecture was organised by the College of Education and External Studies (CEES) with support from friends and the family of the late Professor William Senteza Kajubi. Delivering the keynote address on the theme, "Fostering the Quality of Education in Uganda" the Vice Chancellor, Uganda Christian University (UCU) Rev. Canon Dr.

Transformative Pedagogy

A drama animating the history of South Africa was performed by a group led by Andrew Damba a former student of the School of Education Makerere University this approach transitions from the traditional lecture system to a more interactive system.
This approach to teaching and learning increases alertness and interest of the students more in the subject matter where students get to learn as they enjoy the drama.
Community involvement in such initiatives is another crucial aspect that aids students in grasping various concepts of a subject.

Principal Meets CEES Student Leaders

The Principal College of Education has today held a meeting with the College Student Leaders to discuss pertinent issues affecting learning at the college. He encouraged them to respect each other within their associations and pledged continuous support from college management.

Tumwebaze Abert takes over from Karembe Ahimbisibwe as Chair Department of Adult and Community Education

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