Case studies in the Toolkit

  • Case study 1 [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] :     Mr Dumee helps Marie regain her self-confidence in a Mauritius school
  • Case study 2:     When mistakes give the best grades in a school in Niger
  • Case study 3:      Mrs Dalok’s school board meeting at a public primary school in Togo: 1: Adapting the physical space within the school and the classroom
  • Case study 4:      Mrs Dalok’s school board meeting at a public primary school in Togo: 2: Welcoming pupils with specific needs
  • Case study 5:     Mr Sy organises group work in a school in Senegal
  • Case study 6:      Mrs Touré’s instructions in a primary school in Mali
  • Case study 7:     Mr Auckbar uses the Creole language in his Form I class in a school in Port Louis in Mauritius
  • Case study 8:      Teachers adapt activities to meet some of their pupils’ needs
  • Case study 8a:   Mr Sadio adapts a science lesson for Hadiatou in a primary school in Guinea
  • Case study 8b:   The day Gilou got 10 out of 10 in arithmetic, at a school in Togo
  • Case study 8c:   Mr Sarré, a teacher in Senegal, talks about the spelling test he is preparing for Antoinette
  • Case study 8d:   Talented children have special needs too, in a school in Mali
  • Case study 9:      A group of student teachers create a resource centre at the NTI Regional Centre in Kaduna, Nigeria
  • Case study 10:    The day Gilou got 10 out of 10 in arithmetic, in a school in Togo
  • Case study 11:   Constructive feedback that will helpimprove the answers to a class test in a primary school in Ghana
  • Case study 12:    The advice from Mrs Dalok’s school board at a public primary school in Togo: 3: Support during class lessons
  • Case study 13:    The results of a group of teachers’ brainstorming session on the advantages of using group work in the classroom
  • Case study 14:    Alassane, a profoundly deaf young man from Senegal, shares some of his experiences at school
  • Case study 15:   Idrissa, a child with albinism, talks of the support received during his school years in Zambia
  • Case study 16:    Lélé has a slight mental deficiency. He is in CE2 in a state primary school in Boukoki in Niger. Sani, his brother, talks about what he does in his free time
  • Case study 17:   Ms Sajiv organises a show with her class in a school in Mauritius
  • Case study 18:    The reflections of Mr Dogo, a teacher at a primary school in Mango, Togo

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