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Student-centered curriculum encourages students to be more creative: Report

Student of Warsay-Yikaalo School in Sawa said that the student-centered curriculum has enabled them to become more creative and share experience among one another. Sawa, 21 March 2011 – Student of Warsay-Yikaalo School in Sawa said that the student-centered curriculum has enabled them to become more creative and share experience among one another.

They explained that they have made the necessary preparations in advance before sitting for the national matriculation exams, and expressed hope to score excellent results. The students further noted the significance of such a teaching-learning process in strengthening relations between teachers and students, as well as among the students themselves.

Mr. Nega Gebremedhin, teacher in the school, said on his part that the teachers have extended utmost support to students, which in turn is bringing about fruitful outcome.

The director of the testing center of the national board of higher institutions of education, Dr. Bisrat Gebru, explained that utmost preparations were made along with full collaboration of the Warsay-Yikaalo School for the successful completion of the National High School Leaving Certificate Examination.

A total of 19,645 students, out of whom 8, 000 are females participated in the exams that took place from March 14 to 19 in Sawa, Asmara, Keren, Hagaz, Nacfa, Massawa, Dekemhare and Mai-Habar, as well as in Jeddah and Riyadh.  

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