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! 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!
Time flies fast! I am in the last week of my internship now – I have spent 8 weeks in Uganda and 2 weeks in Ethiopia, and I officially don’t know where the time went. It’s been a great 10 weeks – since my last update, I got to see the source of the Nile, attended the BEST music festival of all time (Nyege Nyege), … Continue reading An ode to data – Part 2