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TESSA: Using Local Resources: Track 1

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Many classrooms across Africa have few items of specialist equipment or materials. But imaginative teachers are able to draw on local resources from their communities to enrich their pupils' learning experiences. These short dramas portray how different teachers are using local resources and invite discussion on the advantages and challenges of such approaches.

The clips in this album are designed to be used to support the development of teachers' classroom practice in both formal and non formal learning situations. This material is from the TESSA (Teacher Education in Sub Saharan Africa) initiative.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 20 mins
  • Updated Wednesday 24th December 2008
  • Posted under Education
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Track 1: TESSA - Excursion

Jude takes Kevwe to a court to see how justice works

© The Open University 2008

Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 TESSA - Excursion    Jude takes Kevwe to a court to see how justice works Play now TESSA - Excursion
2 TESSA - No Hiding Place    Vitus, a policeman, goes into school to explain his work Play now TESSA - No Hiding Place
3 TESSA - The Art Work    A local artist lets the school down but the children make up for it Play now TESSA - The Art Work
4 TESSA - Kite For Rent    Adjua makes a kite with some help from others. Play now TESSA - Kite For Rent




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