I , Clement Lekanyane and my school Mokhotlong LEC Primary School are linked to Richmond Park Primary School in Carmarthenshire, Wales - here is a video about our recent project #NothingAboutusWithoutUs funded by the Connecting Classrooms hrough Global Learning Programme
I am so grateful to be given this privilege to take part on the online virtual training for CCGL organised by the British Council during this time of crisis.
This training has a great impact on our professional partnership and of course our teaching and learning at our schools. We Quthing CCGL cluster are motivated to embark on SDG 11 "sustainable cities and communities" which deals with promoting universal understanding of sustainable lifestyle and universal access to safe, inclusive and accessible green public spaces.
I managed to meet with my colleagues at Mokhotlong LEC primary school and shared with them that our joint project this year is #plantingaseedofthought and to ensure that our learners are engaged to make green environment around their school which in my understanding promotes the environment which is child friendly.
Since I started this workshop, I have learned many crucial concepts in relation to international learning, four approaches that BC learning programmes are underpinned with and also about Intercultural awareness.
This workshop has also aided us to explore our action plan for joint project development. I normally hear about annual action plan but never taken it into consideration of how valuable it is. It was also helpful for us to evaluate our partnerships, to value the importance of communication in our partnerships and appreciate the benefits of involving others.
Moreover, being equipped with the core learning skills essential to the development of individuals and to understand the digital literacy was really good and I personally feel this training came at a right time. We are now becoming good in in different ways of communication which we can help our learners and other teachers.