The EduSpots Literacy (EduLit) programme aims to inspire creativity, critical thinking, and communication skills etc. among volunteers, teachers and pupils in EduSpots project communities and beyond.
Our literacy programme is under two umbrellas: a phonics training programme called Step into Reading, and activity-centred literacy clubs that integrate language skills and creative thinking.
Step into Reading focuses on adopting the Jolly Phonics methodology and resources in assisting targeted primary and junior high school students as well as adults in reading. EduSpots will support volunteers and teachers in project communities with training, resources and ongoing support to run the literacy programme effectively. These training will start in Abofour, Akumadan, Bosomadwe, Tease and Kalpohin.
During COVID19, we are also preparing and sharing literacy templates to support learning from home, find the templates under Edulit #Stayathome Posters below.
For more information do contact Stephen Tettegah, our Head of Education and Leadership Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our literacy clubs focus on harnessing the literacy skills (writing, debating and public speaking, reading, listening, acting, drawing) of students, with a focus on developing creative and critical thinking.
The EduSpots literacy weekly poster is aimed at supporting teachers and parents facilitate learning at home by provided content on building students writing, reading and speaking skills using simple activity templates.
On this page, we will be sharing resources that can add a spark to your existing literacy project or help you start a vibrant new one!