We are extremely happy to announce that MoRCE-Net has now officially purchased an office space -in a building on Kadi Ayad Avenue in Agadir- that will serve as the new Headquarters for our association. We would like to share this great and unprecedented achievement with all our members, all the Moroccan ELT corps, our friends wherever you are, whoever contributed to this significant accomplishment and all our partners nation and worldwide!
MoRCE-Net Access Tikiouine students received the visit of three American teachers from ” Teachers for Global Classrooms program” : Sheila Freehill, Marquita Rawlins and Natasha Agrawal.
The program was very rich and our students were very excited to ask questions and take part in all the activities. (Reported by Mr.Rachid Oumkaik)
MoRCE-Net materials was sent to the English club at Ahmed Almansour Dehbi Middle School in Benguerir, for Mr. Mohamed El Aabbassi.
We are very thankful to Mr. Mustapha Behra for helping with the shipping on behalf of Mr Mohamed El Aabbassi.
MoRCE-Net has celebrated the World Teacher’s Day through so many educational activities held within MoRCE-Net English Resource Centers and English Language Clubs in Middle and high schools across the country. Below are some snapshots of these activities.
Happy World Teachers Day to all teachers across the globe. On this occasion, MoRCE-Net Resource Centers across Morocco will organise activities to celebrate this big event. More will be shared as soon as possible.
MoRCE-Net materials sent to the English club at Othman Bnou Affan High School in Tagounite, Zagora, south east of Morocco.
Thank you Mr Abderrazak Chaiba for helping with the shipping.
Some snapshots from the reading circle of Hassan I Middle School English Resource Center in Taroudant during MoRCE-Net National English Resource Center Week.
The Moroccan Resource Centers of English Network (MoRCE-Net) and L’observatoire Marocain de la Formation et la Recherche en TICE (OMaFoR-TICE) signed a partnership agreement to collaborate on projects related to improving teaching and learning quality in Moroccan schools.