ALLiN and CDRF Partnership strengthened with our first successful kick-off for Jnrlink Teacher Training Course at Bijie, Guizhou over the course of 3 days.
Speaking to close to 300 teachers, in her opening statement, District Deputy Head of Educational Bureau, Lu Ju Zhang emphasized the importance of the Jnrlink program to the teachers, stating that each teacher must take this opportunity as a privilege to focus, learn diligently and to be a good student so that they can understand and effectively implement the learning to the students in their schools.
ALLiN’s Executive Director, Jason Ng shared passionately our purpose for supporting this initiative, quoting that if you give a man a fish, you will feed him for a day but if you teach a man how to fish, he will eat for a lifetime.
Using an engaging and demonstrative approach to interact with the teachers, Jnrlink Master Trainer Elaine taught the teachers on fundamentals of our Jnrlink Brain Based Multi-Sensory Language Program which applies unique pedagogies and technology for effective learning outcomes.
Teachers enjoyed the training tremendously as our internationally recognized language program help bridge gaps in pre-schools and helps teachers adopt easy teaching techniques andmethodology.
The benefits of our Jnrlink program is that it does not require local teachers to speak English, it is a self-contained curriculum without need for internet, scalable process with scripted lessons and technology that produces effective learning with Quality Management Systems.
ALLiN embraces the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility by donating our Jnrlink program to CDRF who supports our vision in giving children an opportunity for a life-long foundation for learning.
The positive response at Guizhou gives great encouragement for ALLiN to complete the successful roll out to 111 schools in its first wave. We will continue to roll out our programs and observe our students learning outcomes, with a target to reach close to more than 3,000 schools engaging close to 150,000 children with CDRF 山村幼儿园.