I only have one more week left here in Gulu, Uganda which is hard to believe; time really does fly! I thought I would use this blog post update you on my projects at work, as they are wrap up this week. (The picture above is downtown Gulu at sunset last weekend). The main project I’ve been working on this summer is an action-research project … Continue reading Class size and collaboration: Learning from action-research in Gulu
Hello IEDP blog readers! I’m apparently a fan of alliterative titles. It is hard to believe that I have been here in Gulu for five weeks already and that I head back to Philadelphia in just five more weeks. At this halfway point, I want to give you a couple of updates on what I’ve been up to outside of work and also how my … Continue reading Gratitude in Gulu: Learning and Exploring
Hello! I’m Amy and I’m spending this summer in Gulu, Uganda. I’m interning with an organization that currently focuses their education development work on accelerated primary education for out of school children in several districts in Northern Uganda. I have never worked or traveled at all in Uganda or East Africa, so I have a lot to learn! As of today I’ve been in Gulu … Continue reading Greetings from Gulu!
Hello IEDP blog readers! I’m excited to share with you today about my experience being involved with programs outside of IEDP. At Penn, one of my main commitments outside of class is working with the Penn Reading Initiative (PRI). You may be wondering if and how IEDP students get involved in things outside of the IED program or outside of the Graduate School of Education; … Continue reading Guest Post: Engaging at Penn Outside of IEDP