By David Opanga, University of Rwanda, College of Education & Assistant Lecturer, SJUT Have you ever doubted your abilities to help students with language? We may have grown up in the setting and never realized that something is wrong with what we do with language. And what plans do you have in mind? HaveContinue reading ” Tanzania’s Disadvantaged Multilingual Students and Language of Instruction Paradox: A Call for Sustainable Remedies “
In this short Video blog, Casmir Rubabumya, Professor of Linguistics at St John’s Univeristy, Tanzania, Dodoma, discusses how Kiswahili should be thought of as a national resoruces for improving learning outcomes for Children in Tanzania. Professor Rubagumya has been central to the development of Language Supportive pedagogy in Tanzania.
“Language Supportive Pedagogy: Theory, Implementation and application” On 23rd June, 2021, TALAST launched a new academic book “Language Supportive Pedagogy: Theory, implementation and application”. The book was written by TALAST founder members from St John’s University of Tanzania. The book documents was all about the experiences gained during the last 10 years developing and researching “Language SupportiveContinue reading “Book Launch”