April 2022


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Despite the challenges brought about by COVID, there has been some accomplished work; Students’ involvement in the affairs of the College-meetings with student leadership Capacity building of staff and students in online teaching and learning Management of the staggered reporting and learning Innovations in assessment, research /dissemination of RIF projects Staff in the college continued...
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workshop participants on 20th April 2022
Researchers from the College of Education and External Studies, Makerere University carried out a study titled "Educating for social justices among the Batwa indigenous communities: Building Inclusive Learning Environments (BILE) for marginalised societies in Uganda". The aim of the research was to advance possibilities of developing inclusive formal education for indigenous Batwa communities in order to...
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Women are powerful agents of change, and the far-reaching benefits of diversity and gender parity in leadership and decision-making are increasingly recognized in all spheres. Still, women continue to be vastly under-represented in decision-making in politics, businesses, and communities. It is to this end that women researchers have set out to investigate what is hindering...
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A crisis is a terrible thing to waste, were the parting words of Prof Doyin Coker-Kolo, during her lecture on Leadership in times of Crisis; Building a campus culture of Resilient Thinking. Prof Doyin called on leaders to ensure that they emerge victorious after the crisis. She said it is during a crisis that we are...
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