Archive for the ‘education’ Category

Le Dr Paul Kammogne FOKAM: Un modèle pour ceux et celles qui veulent lutter contre la pauvreté en Afrique

Le Dr Paul Kammogne FOKAM est l’un des géants du continent africain dans le domaine économique. Il mérite l’attention de quiconque veut véritablement lutter contre la pauvreté en Afrique.

Dr Paul Kammogne FOKAM is one of the giants of the African continent in the economic field. He deserves the attention of anyone who is serious about fighting poverty in Africa.

Credit: Vox Africa

Original link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0Q7kr_NRPo&t=347s





Orality in African Context: Learning Style & Pedagogy 

Excellents modèles de protection de l’environnement et de développement durable à vulgariser sur le continent africain

Excellent models of environmental protection and sustainable development to be popularized on the African continent

Les arbres qui apportent la pluie GIZ Extrême-Nord Cameroun

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_duz8-vjsf0

Yacouba Sawadogo, l’homme qui a arrété le désert

Source:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nICoE1yESTs

La maison du paysan

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgWhKnRpUa4



Songhai-Bénin

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ngd4DMznAXY et https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NikSJrYuVIg

Ecological Organic Agriculture Development in Tanzania

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt-0RV_11DI

HELE Solange: Call for unity, love, and the preservation of cultural values – Appel à l’unité, à l’amour et à la conservation des valeurs culturelles

Chant composé et exécuté par HELE Solange à l’attention du peuple Mafa. 
Song composed and performed by HELE Solange for the attention of the Mafa people.

An Investigation of the Value of a Digital Learning Environment in Cameroon

Just published by WCIU Journal: Education Topic and Area Studies Topic

November 10, 2020

by Ouzerou Carlos Njoya

Abstract

Ouzerou Carlos Njoya, PhD student in Educational Sciences at the University Institute for International Development (IUDI) (sister university of WCIU)
Ouzerou Carlos Njoya, PhD student in Educational Sciences at the University Institute for International Development (IUDI) (sister university of WCIU)

 This investigation explores the impact of a digital learning environment on student motivation and success in comparison to the failure and success rates of students in traditional lecture halls at the University of Yaoundé (Cameroon). Quantitative statistical analysis of the data in this research shows that the majority of students are motivated to use Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), including computers and the Internet, for their training. This study has revealed that the use of ICTs has an impact on both the motivation and the success of certain learners in this institution.

This investigation is important in our West African context that is characterized by a fundamentally dogmatic pedagogy and a weak culture of reading and scientific research, including in the university. The country is connected to optical fiber and has an ICT policy, but the process of introducing ICTs in education in Cameroon is a very recent event which still faces difficulties of an infrastructural, financial, and energy nature (unstable electricity). For several years the state has encouraged individuals to invest in this area and the use of ICT is gradually gaining ground throughout the territory,. However it is not yet clear to millions of students in Cameroon that the use of ICT in teaching and learning can have a positive effect on both motivation and academic performance.

This study concludes that academic institutions need to encourage the use of technology in teaching and learning to avoid facing even higher failure rates in the age of globalization. However, the promotion of the use of ICT needs to include not only academic use but also the change in motivation that accompanies students’ discovery of the benefits of technology such as accessibility to research and various resources.

The increased use of technology in educational institutions has the potential to facilitate the democratization of education, especially in African countries that remain underdeveloped. On this subject, isn’t digital in education a chance to get Africa out of its underdevelopment?

 The full article in French is available HERE.

Source: https://wciujournal.wciu.edu/area-studies/2020/11/10/an-investigation-of-the-value-of-a-digital-learning-environment-in-camaroon

GREAT RESOURCES ON ECONOMIC DISCIPLESHIP – Excellentes ressources sur le discipulat économique

What is Economic Discipleship? It is our obedience to the economic principles of the Kingdom of

God, beginning in love.

 

For excellent teachings on the topic, please visit:

http://economicdisciple.org/

Trusted Resources for Churches from Leading Experts – Ressources fiables pour les Eglises de la part des Experts

Voici un website utile pour les leaders des Eglises pris dans le tourbillon du coronavirus.

Below is a helpful website for Church leaders dealing with coronavirus crisis.

https://coronavirusandthechurch.com/

Voici un document utile

Préparer votre
Église face au
Coronavirus
(Covid-19)

Preparing-Your-Church-for-Coronavirus

COVID-19_stepbystep_French_

Standards Internationaux Communs pour la pratique du développement communautaire

Voici les standards internationaux pour la pratique du développement communautaire:

IACD_27-Standards-Guidance-May-2018_French_V4

 

Cliquer pour accéder à IACD_27-Standards-Guidance-May-2018_French_V4.pdf

Sages Conseils de Martin Luther pendant la peste noire en Europe, au 16e siècle

« Je demanderai à Dieu par miséricorde de nous protéger. Ensuite, je vais enfumer, pour aider à purifier l’air, donner des médicaments et les prendre. J’éviterai les lieux, et les personnes, où ma présence n’est pas nécessaire pour ne pas être contaminé et aussi infliger et affecter les autres, pour ne pas causer leur mort par suite de ma négligence. Si Dieu veut me prendre, il me trouvera sûrement et j’aurai fait ce qu’il attendait de moi, sans être responsable ni de ma propre mort ni de la mort des autres. Si mon voisin a besoin de moi, je n’éviterai ni lieu ni personne, mais j’irai librement comme indiqué ci-dessus. Voyez, c’est une telle foi qui craint Dieu parce qu’elle n’est ni impétueuse ni téméraire et ne tente pas Dieu. » Martin Luther

Source : Œuvres de Luther Volume 43 p. 132 la lettre « Que l’on puisse fuir une peste mortelle » écrite au révérend Dr. John Hess.

 

A Conversation with Condoleezza Rice

Veuillez cliquer sur le lien ci-dessous

Please click on the link below

A Conversation with Condi 2020 on Vimeo

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