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• Ask the whole group to brainstorm the different education areas that affect their lives as teachers.

• Place them as headings in a table (may need to prompt or provide some of the

areas if the teachers find this difficult). For example:

–  –  –

• Each teacher picks the three main things that negatively affect their motivation to teach, writes them onto post-it notes and sticks them onto the chart.As a group, organise the post-it notes into themes, eg training issue or salary issue.

• Whole group discussion to rank the issues from most demotivating down to least demotivating.

• In pairs, ask the teachers to come up with solutions for each of the issues; write the answers on post-it notes and place them alongside the themed issues.

• Discuss the solutions as a group and add any new ones.

• Conclusion:

Summarise what has been said in the discussions and ask teachers whether it is a true reflection of the current situation of teachers and find out if anyone has anything else to add.

–  –  –

• Hoandhedhoo Community School – Gaaf Dhaal Atoll The school is a community school on a small island of approximately 1,000 people. The school has only four classrooms, nine teachers and caters for Grades 1–8, plus a newly established pre-school. There are 234 students. They have two sessions per day but no extracurricular activities

• Thinadhoo AEC – Gaaf Dhaal Atoll A large Atoll Education Centre with over 2,000 students, this is one of the few schools outside of Male’ that manages its own school budget. The school caters for primary through to A-level qualifications. There are two sessions per day with a number of extracurricular activities

• Maalhos Community School – Alifu Alifu Atoll This is a small community school with around 100 students. It caters for Grades LKG to 7.

• Iskandar School – Male’ A large government primary school and reputably the best in Male’/Maldives, with over 2,000 students enrolled from Grades 1 to 7. The school hosts many extracurricular activities.

• Kumundhoo Community School – Haa Dhaalu Atoll This small community school with nearly 300 students caters for Grades 1 – 7.

They have two sessions per day.

• Noonu Meynaa School – Noonu Atoll This government primary and secondary school runs two sessions, catering for Grades 1–10 with 674 students on roll.

• Noonu AEC – Noonu Atoll This government primary and secondary school runs two sessions, catering for Grades 1–10 with 670 students on roll.

• Thaajuddeen School – Male’ This large government primary school caters for Grades 1–7 with around 1,500 students on roll. The school runs two sessions

• Fodhoo Community School – Noonu Atoll Fodhoo is a small island community not far from Velhidhoo or Holhodhoo. The island population is 402 and there are 53 students. Multi-grade teaching is used because of the small class size: Grade 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 6, 7.

• Kulhudhuffushi AEC – Haa Dhaalu Atoll This large government primary school has almost 2,000 students on roll. It caters for Grades 1–7.

• Omadhoo Commnity School – Alifu Dhaalu Atoll This small community school has 250 students on roll. It caters for nursery to Grade 7.

• Alifu Dhaalu AEC – Alifu Dhaalu This government school has nearly 800 students on roll. It caters for Grades 1–7.

VSO MALDIVES VALUING TEACHERS 42

APPENDIX 4: MEETINGS WITH SECONDARY STAKEHOLDERS – 1:1 INTERVIEWS

• Mohamed Fahumee Hassan – Section Head of Policy, Planning and Research, MOE and Principal of Dharamavantha School, Male’, Hulhule-Male’ school

• Ismail Faiz – Policy, Planning and Research Section (‘E’ Section), MOE

• Shehehnaz Abdullah – Project management and Coordination section, MOE

• Mr Ahmed Aboobakur – ‘E’ Section, Human Resource Management Section, MOE

• Adam Shareef Umar – Senior Teacher Educator, Professional Development Unit, EDC

• Ms Zahiya Zareer – Director General, EDC

• Aishath Mohamed Didi – Programme Officer, UNICEF

• Aishath Akhmeema – Senior Educational Supervisor, ESQIS

• Dr Ahmed Shareef – Dean, Faculty of Education

• Shifa Mohamed – Principal, Iskandhar School, Male’

• Fathimath Azza – School Supervision, ESQIS

• The Honourable Dr Mahamood Shougee, PhD – Minister of State for Education, MOE

• Fathimath Nahid Shakir – Senior Curriculum Developer, EDC

• Abdullah Solih – Assistant Director General, School Administration Section, MOE

• Ahmed Anwar – Former Administrator in MOE, PhD in Teacher Retention

APPENDIX 5: SECONDARY STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP

Agenda:

1. 09:00 Welcome

2. Aims of the workshop: to share initial findings and seek feedback from stakeholders as a further stage of information gathering

3. PowerPoint presentation – The Valuing Teachers campaign

4. Activity 1: in pairs identify factors that affect teachers’ motivation

5. Show pie chart – results of the research (primary respondents)

6. Activity 2: causal maps. In three groups (?); each group takes one of the top-three factors and draws a causal map.

7. Summarise the points made by the participants a. The next step b. Thank you

8. Refreshments

Workshop report:

Attending participants:

1. Mr Abdullah Solih – Assistant Director General, School Administration Section, MOE

2. Ms Aishath Ibrahim Maniku – Lecturer, Faculty of Education

3. Fathimath Azza – School Supervision, ESQIS, MOE

4. Mr Hussain Haleem – Assistant Vice Rector, Maldives College of Higher Education

5. Mr Mohamed Didi – Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education

6. Fathimath Nahid Shakir – Senior Curriculum Developer, EDC

7. Ian Butterworth – VSO Education Programme Manager

8. Douglas Taylor – VSO Programme Office Volunteer

–  –  –

• Duthilleul, Yael (2004) ‘Teacher Policies in OECD countries’ in International Institute for Educational Planning Newsletter Vol XXII, No 1 (January–March 2004)

• Government of Maldives and UNICEF Master Plan of Operations 2003–2007. Country Programme of Cooperation

• Government of Maldives and UNICEF (2000) Support for Underserved Schools – A Strategy Document

• Ministry of Education Education Strategic Action Plan 2004–2006 (Dhivehi only)

• Ministry of Education (2003) Educational Statistics 2003 Maldives

• Ministry of Education (2002) Guidelines For Teachers

• Ministry of Education (2000) Maldives Under Served schools project

• Ministry of Education (31 October 1999) ‘The EFA 2000 Assessment:

Country Reports – Maldives’

• Ministry of Education Republic of Maldives Education Master Plan 1996–2005

• Ministry of Planning and National Development Sixth National Development Plan 2001–2005 Republic of Maldives

• Ministry of Planning and National Development and UNDP (1998)

• Maldives Vulnerability and Poverty Assessment

• UNDP Human Development Report 2003

• UNESCO (2000) The Dakar Framework for Action – ‘Education For All: Meeting our Collective Commitments’. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001211/121147e.pdf (accessed January 2005)

• UNESCO (1996) Report to UNESCO of the International Commission on Education for the Twenty-first Century Learning: The Treasure Within http://www.unesco.org/education/pdf/15_62.pdf (accessed January 2005)

• VSO Maldives Country Strategic Plan (2004) (in draft only)

• VSO (2002) Focus For Change: VSO’s strategic plan

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