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DAY 3:  Friday, 11th June, 2021ay 26th March 2021

0800 – 0830 Registration
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0830– 0925 Plenary Session 8, New Library Conference Hall

Chairperson: Dr. Stephen Mabagala, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Keynote Speakers

 Presenter: Prof. Elinami Veraeli Swai, Department of Adult and Distance Education, Faculty of Education, Open University of Tanzania

Topic: Adult Education for Women Empowerment: Dreams and realities

 

Presenter: Prof. George Ladaah Openjuru, Vice Chancellor, Gulu University, Uganda

Topic: Adult Education and the Globalized World

 

Discussion (15 minutes)

0925 – 1025 Plenary session 9, New Library Conference Hall

Chairperson: Prof. Stephen O. Maluka

Presenter (15 minutes for each)

Topic

1) Eustella Peter Bhalalusesa, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Perceived Challenges of Building Capacity for Decentralized Management of Adult Education and Non-formal Education (AE/NFE) in Tanzania

2)  Lulu Mahai, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Learning in Adult Education Centres in Tanzania: Learners motives, challenges and need for interventions

3)N’ana D. Mbunda, Institute of Adult Education

Newton M. Kyando, Open University of Tanzania

The ‘O’ in the ODL: An analysis of issues and developments in open schools in Tanzania

 

Discussion session (15 Minutes)

 1025 – 1055 TEA/COFFEE BREAK
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1155  – 1255 Parallel Sessions (15 Minutes each presenter)

Venue

New Library Conference Hall

SoED Board Room

New Library Audition Room

SoED Multimedia Room

Theme

Reminiscences of Adult Education in Tanzania

Optimizing the Benefits of Adult Learning

Comparative and International Adult Education

 Towards Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education for All

Chair

 Dr. Julius Chaliga

Dr. Patrick Manyengo

 

Dr. Raymond Boniphas

Dr. Newton Kyando

Presenter & Topic

1)  Ahadi Anania, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic: Reflections on the Effect of Non-Formal Education on School Learning in Tanzania

 

 

1)Joyce  Mbepera,

University of Dodoma, Department of management and policy studies

Topic: Women in School Leadership: A case of community secondary schools in rural Tanzania

1) ierre Canisius Ruterana, University of Rwanda

Topic: Teachers’ Reflections on Parental Involvement in Emergent Literacy Development in Rwanda

1)Rushahu Bernadetha & and Mkongo Joyce

School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic: Guidance and Counseling Services for Female Postgraduate Students to Attain Educational Goals in Tanzania Universities: Adequacy, availability and accessibility

 

2)  Mpoki Mwaikokesya, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic: Folk Development Colleges for community Development in Tanzania: Asset or liability

 

2)  Gerard Masalago,

Postgraduate Student, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic: Education for All vs. Adult Education: Challenges and opportunities in Tanzania

2)      Pravda

Mfurankunda,

 University of               Rwanda

Topic: Constructing multilingual digital identities: An investigation into grade 11 learners’ digital practices in relation to English language learning in Rwanda

2)  Anathe R. Kimaro and Mwajuma Mohamed,

 Institute of Adult Education, Tanzania

Topic: Reflecting on Female Learners Portfolios in Selected Non-formal Ordinary Secondary Schools in Korogwe District, Tanzania

3) Fortunatha Mathias Matiba, & Natujwa Mngulwi, School of education University of Dar es Salaam

Topic:

Academic Advisors Practices in Higher Education Institutions in Tanzania: A Case of University of Dar es Salaam

3) Ambrose T. Kessy, University of Dodoma

Topic:

Education Transformation and Prospects of Graduate Employability in Tanzania

3)  Wadrine Maro, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic: Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the Use of English as a Medium of Instruction in the Acquisition of Vocational Skils: The case of vocational training centres in Morogoro region

 

3)Joseph Kabage, PhD Candidate, School of Education, University of Dar es Salaam

Topic:  Students’ Perceptions on the Effectiveness of Online Learning in Higher Learning Institution in Tanzania: Practices and challenges

 

 

 

 

Discussion (15 Min)

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1255 – 1325 Wrap-up from workshops

1325  -1420 LUNCH BREAK
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1420 – 1440 Communiqué

1440  - 1540 Closing Ceremony

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partinership

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