MoRCE-Net Access students From Chtouka center had the opportunity to meet a guest speaker from China. They spent a wonderful time learning about Chinese calligraphy and painting.
MoRCE-Net Access students helped with the organization of some fun games with the kids and they managed to provide ( out of their goodness) some supplies to the centre. The event was a great success and the students learnt a lot and asked many questions during the meeting with the principal of the centre. (Reported by Rachid Oumkaik- MoRCE-Net Access Tikiouine)
MoRCE-Net Access students From CUAM center in Ait Melloul did a wonderful job serving the campus they belong to. They demonstrated a high level of genuine citizenship through joining the gardeners and the cleaning ladies in their jobs. They helped in weeding, cleaning and watering the gardens. Later, they picked up brooms, buckets, baskets and bags to clean the entirety of amphi 2. The cleaning ladies were very satisfied byMoRCE-Net CUAM Access Cleaning Squad!
(Reported by Arbi Mchich- MoRCE-net Access CUAM)
During his visit to Agadir ELT inspectorate, Dr. James A.Miller made the following statements addressed to MoRCE-Net community.
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 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.
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Moulay M’hammed DRISSI – Observatoire Marocain de la Formation et la Recherche en TICE
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.
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