Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) is registering teachers who wish to apply for invigilating and marking national examinations through the new UNEB Examiners & Scouts Management Information System (UESMIS) available at http://examinations.uneb.ac.ug. In the past, these applications have been manual offline but now. Interested teachers should apply online between 01/06/2020 and 31/07/2020 to give ample […]
Story adopted partly from the New Vision 18 June, 2019 The Government has started registering primary and secondary school teachers who will support the new initiative of teaching learners from home while the education ministry prepares content for the year. The exercise, which is co-ordinated by the local government ministry, targets all qualified teachers in […]
It’s a month and a half since the Government of Uganda advised all schools to send students back to their homes. This came in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that posed a serious threat to the public especially due to contact with infected people in crowded areas. The school term was barely mid-way, schools […]
Following the closure of institutions of learning in Uganda on 20th March 2020 over the Coronavirus Pandemic, several schools prepared special ‘COVID Holiday Packages’ to keep the learners busy with academics during the break, which were also uploaded to school websites for online access. Now, this week the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) has […]
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The Corona Virus pandemic is sweeping across the globe with fatalities reported in several countries. With close to 200,000 cases and close to 10,000 deaths, governments are employing drastic measures to counter its impact. The easiest way so far to avoid spread of this virus is by minimizing crowds. This has already been implemented outside […]
In line with the current digital era, the National Curriculum Development Center recommended ICT Integration in all subjects in the delivery of the New Curricullum for Lower Secondary in Uganda. Teachers are required to integrate ICT in their daily teaching and replace their traditional methods with modern tools and facilities. They are expected to always […]