Uganda Science Education Programme - USEP

Uganda Science Education Programme - USEP

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hapi easter USEP members.
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Hello to all of the Usep member schools.Any useful updates in line with secondary science educ and innovations is highly welcome! Nice stay.
its like as the competionz 4 this year are going to boomz
I would like to see the 2015 video of the regional competitions in which dabani girls participated in
wat is it all about. Morning
wat an educative program

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Uganda Science Education Programme (USEP) is a not for profit organization started by Kisubi Brothers’ University College. USEP compliments the Government of Uganda’s efforts to improve the quality of teaching and learning of science in Secondary schools in Uganda. USEP is running a pilot project since 2009 aimed at promoting quality science teaching & learning in 5 regions, 15 secondary schools

Operating as usual

05/09/2020

Wow!! Present at the Nakivale Secondary School Teacher training on the New Curriculum workshop was the Headteacher for Rubondo Community Secondary School, Mr. Mukasa Edmond. He also happens to be an alumni of USEP Teacher Training from 2012-2014 when he was a Chemistry teacher in one of the USEP participating schools.

04/09/2020

When a picture speaks louder than any caption!

Taken during the just concluded Nakivale Secondary School Teacher Training that took at the school in Nakivale, Isingiro District. Present at the training were neighbouring schools Rwamurunga Senior Secondary School and Rubondo Secondary School.

Photos from Uganda Science Education Programme - USEP's post 04/09/2020

Activity Update: Nakivale Teacher Training

Mr. Amanyire Deo - District Education Officer (pictured), in his speech applauded Windle International (WI) for re-calling its secondary school teachers to aid learning continuity under the current COVID-19 school closure circumstances. He urged teaches to ensure that for those teachers that were not able to attend the workshop, a modality should be sought to help them get the valuable insight being delivered by USEP. He said that capacity building workshops such as this one are essential and called upon teachers to limit part-time duties (commonly called ‘mungo’ parking) so as to focus on being available at the school for the benefit of learners. He noted that he had had the opportunity to work with Mr. Ssenkubuge under previous fora in development.

Photos from Uganda Science Education Programme - USEP's post 28/09/2019
28/09/2019

Home grown!
Avex Multipurpose Bio gas stove being demonstrated at the Science Symposium right now

28/09/2019

Happening Now
USEP Secondary Schools National Science Symposium being officially opened at St Josephs Girls Nsambya

21/05/2019
21/05/2019

certificate awarding ceremony

21/05/2019

How you motivate team members

21/05/2019

Energizer Episode 2: To Whom Does it Belong To?

21/05/2019

Warmup from Ntungu by Baby

21/05/2019

Snip Preview of the and workshop in 40 words or less

21/05/2019

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21/05/2019

Importance of Customer service and customer care in the business process.

21/05/2019

What is the business launch?

21/05/2019

I challenge you to show me a more energizing ice breaker than this

21/05/2019

The six teams share their business ideas with Christine...

Photos from Uganda Science Education Programme - USEP's post 21/05/2019

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21/05/2019

2nd USEP Schools Administrators, Teachers and Learners ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING in collaboration with Teach a Man to Fish with Support from Total

21/05/2019

Update: Taking place now

22/09/2018

We are so excited to announce that we have been chosen as one of the top 50 organisations in the Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education - awarding sustainable and innovative organisations benefitting African youth. Wish us luck as the winners are chosen over the coming days!

30/06/2018

USEP Secondary Schools National Science Symposium 2018 taking place at St Josephs Girls Senior Secondary School Nsambya

30/06/2018

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