It was early in the morning at Mtakuja Secondary School, a Quest Forward Learning School located in Moshi rural, 28.9559 miles from the foot of the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. Soon after the morning assembly,... Read More
I started teaching in 2012, and I have taught at different levels and institutions. But being a teacher who is a Quest Forward mentor has been one of the better parts of my career so far. And here are my reasons why I love being a... Read More
Emanuel Mrema is a Social Sciences Mentor at Natiro Secondary School in Tanzania.
What made you want to become an educator?
Three things:1. Personal inspiration: I wanted to become an educator in order to... Read More
Tanzania needs young people with the skills to create new opportunities for themselves and others; to develop their communities and our country; and to lift the health, well-being, and standard of living of our country’s citizens.... Read More
How long have you been teaching? Which subjects? How long have you been a Quest Forward mentor?
I have been teaching for two years now, in Chemistry and Biology. It has been almost one year now since becoming a Quest... Read More
At Opportunity Education, our goal is not for students to simply “get an A,” but instead to strive toward the development of important skills, habits, and course-specific competencies, such as goal setting. ... Read More
Boaz offers his insights into how quests have played a crucial role in his mentoring decisions and planning—and how the design of quests supports his ability to track student progress and guide them through quest-related activities... Read More
As a Quest Forward mentor, Mussa John Challa strives to make his students learning experience much different than his own, by encouraging them to drive their own learning and by facilitating opportunities for them to build their... Read More