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Message to all MIE students
by Parwez Neeamuth - Monday, 23 March 2020, 7:00 PM
 

Dear Educators,

In these troubled times, we are encouraging you to use your Office 365 account to create lesson notes that you can easily share with parents, students, and colleagues. 

Please check this video on the MIE YouTube Channel

This video will guide you using OneNote App. It is quite ...

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Available courses

Through this short course, you will learn tips and strategies on how to make videos using your own laptop or mobile phone. 

This module will prepare you with the attitudes, competencies and skills to teach English literature at secondary level. 

At the same time, this module will also be a means to carry out your own evaluation as far as subject content knowledge is concerned, and identify the challenges you might face as educator when teaching this subject. 

This module will prepare you with the attitudes, competencies and skills to teach English literature at secondary level. 

At the same time, this module will also be a means to carry out your own evaluation as far as subject content knowledge is concerned, and identify the challenges you might face as educator when teaching this subject. 

To develop trainee educator's skills and knowledge in the systematic design, development and revision of instructional materials in ICT to meet curricular goals of the secondary school curriculum

AIM: To develop trainee educators‟ knowledge and skills in the design of technology-enabling learning environments for learners with special education needs.

The course, through a blended mode of delivery (face-to-face and online sessions), aims to equip you with the knowledge, practical skills and attitudes for the teaching of Home Economics at secondary level .

To develop trainee educator's skills and knowledge in the systematic design, development and revision of instructional materials in ICT to meet curricular goals of the secondary school curriculum

The aim of this course is to develop a sociological understanding of education in the Republic of Mauritius, with special reference to primary education. It will develop understanding of diverse sociological perspectives, help learners inquire into teaching and learning, critically assess schooling experiences and inquire into schools as sites for social change.

It is necessary to develop understanding of schooling and skills to view schools in terms of the diverse actors, understand that there are diverse ways of looking at schools and schooling based on research grounded in the local context. It is also necessary that teachers develop an understanding of their profession and their client, while being conscious of the relativity of social behaviour. The course should also empower teachers to critically reflect on their own practices, thus address their profession and education using a ‘sociological imagination’.  

This module will prepare you with the attitudes, competencies and skills to teach English literature at secondary level. 

At the same time, this module will also be a means to carry out your own evaluation as far as subject content knowledge is concerned, and identify the challenges you might face as educator when teaching this subject. 

This session looks at the aspects of School cultures and school climate

You are required to describe the feautres of a:

Toxic school

Democratic school 

Bureaucratic school 


you may use the links below:

http://www.academicus.edu.al/nr8/Academicus-MMXIII-8-110-125.pdf

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/why-school-culture-matter_b_3047318?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuYmluZy5jb20vc2VhcmNoP3E9c2Nob29sK2N1bHR1cmUmZm9ybT1FRE5USFQmbWt0PWVuLXhyJmh0dHBzbXNuPTEmbXNuZXdzPTEmcGx2YXI9MCZyZWZpZz0zNWJkNGQxZWQ3MmE0YWVhZTNlMDM3MzAxZDQzN2U0MiZQQz1EQ1RTJnNwPS0xJnBxPXNjaG9vbCtjdWx0dXJlJnNjPTgtMTQmcXM9biZzaz0mY3ZpZD0zNWJkNGQxZWQ3MmE0YWVhZTNlMDM3MzAxZDQzN2U0Mg&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAAqOONoM2XtIU6Y96eQCyITWM0ACN9pbMPvyNLC9sjbyRp22GiaVGD8hId3WR6Q2woIVYXfpQvSPAUJYjK-ndcOUYQ0dI2EgSRMPeH4u-oNt2690AwVWHSugH8SlWfrSzzyy-jrAZIMcH9arOsPx5gtHRVtc3LrndvlFEaZrVaB1


The module aims at equipping trainees with fundamental skills and knowledge to study efficiently to become autonomous learners.
The module aims at equipping trainees with fundamental skills and knowledge to study efficiently to become autonomous learners.
You will short courses here to empower you to make use of technology to support teaching and learning during the confinement period. 

The aim of this course is to develop skills and knowledge of SMEs in facilitating online learning.


This is the IT in school management module site.


By the end of the module, trainees should be able to:

  • Develop an understanding of the importance of play in early years
  • Explore the different types and stages of child’s play in early years
  • Discuss the role of the pre-primary educator in facilitating child’s play and learning
  • Promote a play-based approach

At the end of the module, trainee educators should be able to:

  • Discuss how the pre-primary children develop and learn
  • Develop activities which enhance the personal, social and emotional development of pre-primary children
  • Develop an understanding of transitions from home to pre-primary and pre-primary to primary school
  • Develop strategies to work in collaboration with the family and the community
  • Discuss issues related to the child

Dear students,

We welcome you to the classroom practice module

Dear students,

We welcome you to the classroom practice module

The aim of this module is to enable trainees to identify special needs children and follow appropriate referral procedures. 
At the end of the module, trainees should be able to:
  • use simple tools to identify symptoms of various disorders or disabilities and difficulties;
  • develop strategies to assist educators in helping the needy children;
  • demonstrate skills to work in collaboration with parents and educators towards referral; and,
  • implement appropriate referral procedures

Upon completion of this module, you will be able to:

Demonstrate an understanding of dance, music and drama as pedagogical tools

Show personal appreciation of dance, music and drama as art forms

Engage in creative practices by devising and implementing lessons/activities that integrate elements of performing arts

Demonstrate the ability to critically engage with  personal creative practice