CURRENT NEWS LETTERS
THE COMING VOLUNTEERS FROM NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY TO MORINGA COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF TRADE. (MCSOT) MAY 2018
LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT DR. MICHELE IIAMS
Dr. Michele Iiams is her name and lives in Grand Forks, North Dakota USA. Her city is only 120 km from the Canadian border.
She has worked in the Mathematics Department at the University of North Dakota for about 20 years. Her area of specialty is Mathematics Education. She teaches math courses up through calculus and courses for students preparing to be math teachers. She recently became the director of new Math Active Learning lab.
She enjoys working with students and teachers in developing a conceptual understanding of math. She has presented numerous workshops for teachers at the state and national level. This will be her second trip to Africa. Two years ago she travelled in Rwanda and Kenya to visit friends.
Her family consists of her husband, Joel and their children Rachel (age 23), her husband Justice (age 23), and Jacob (age 20). Her parents, Leigh and Karen, just recently moved from Iowa to North Dakota.
Dr. IIAMS MICHELE AND HER FAMILY Jacob, Dr. Michele and her daughter Rachel on her wedding day.
THE ONE WITH THE YELLOW INDICATION SHOWS WHERE MORINGA COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF TRADE AT BREMAMN BAAKO IS LOCATE.
The teaching and the non-teaching staff of Moringa Community School Of Trade are ready and much excited to meet you
A LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT DR. ANNE WALKER
Dr. Anne Walker has been a professor at the University of North Dakota for the past 18 years. She specialized in Teaching English as a Second Language and Literacy Education. Three years ago she became the Associate Dean of the College of Education and Human Development so she is now in charge of all teacher education
Programs at the University.
One of her favorite things to do is international teacher training. She travel approximately twice a year to different countries and work with teachers to improve their English education programs. Her last trip was in May 2017 to Saudi Arabia where she visited rural schools and gave two-day workshops for rural English teachers. She have conducted teacher trainings in rural schools in Ethiopia and in international schools in Korea, Russia, China and Chile. She also have had many international students coming to the University of North Dakota to study, and even a few from Ghana!
She love to travel, meet new people and learn about different things and languages this is one of the things she is excited about in coming to Moringa Community School.
She began her career in English teaching as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Marshall Islands, which is in the Pacific Ocean. After that she went back to school to get her Masters degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and taught ESL to middle school students and to adults in the United States. She love to teach, especially she can also be creative and help students learn to enjoy learning a new language.
She has three wonderful children, ages 17, 15 and 13. Ethan is the oldest boy and loves computers and reading. Erik is the second oldest boy and also loves computers. Emily is the youngest daughter and she loves dance and art. Her husband, Jim, worked for many years as an electrical engineer and is now semi-retired. They all love to travel and spend time outdoors.
When she is not working she like spending time with her family, also love to cook, garden, and play tennis.
THE COMING VOLUNTEER FROM AMERICAN MILLERVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA GRADUATE MAY 2016
Mr. Joseph is a University associate of MCSOT Co-Founder Mr. Jeffry Lohr who got in touch with Mr. Jeffry after learning about the Moringa Community School of Trades through an American Magazine. As a result, Mr. Joseph will be coming to MCSOT in May of 2017 specifically to introduce and guide the development of a new MCSOT Drafting and Engineering Program at the school.
Mr. Joseph is professional woodworker and a highly respected American Industrial Arts Teacher who has loyally taught his students to be skilled woodworkers, engineers, and draftsmen. His lecturing and demonstration skills will become a great asset to Moringa Community School Of Trade. The school has been so excited to welcome Mr. Joseph and to have a great knowledge from his excellent experiences.
Congratulation Mr. Joseph Katz, we are so excited to see that your hard work has yielded more crops that can feed other people.
MCSOT has also been undertaking farming activities and is also very successful in selling our products in the market places.
Oh! What a great joy that would be, to welcome Mr. Joseph Katz in our school? The school is thoroughly prepared to welcome Mr. Joseph Katz.
As we can all see Mr. Joseph working hard on his farm, his hard work has caused his crops to grow beautiful in his garden. The school has prepared a nice garden that if Mr. Joseph comes we will be working in it, because farming is one of our daily activities in our communities.