Within Tanzania and most of Africa, nearly all secondary school students learn by rote memorization, acquiring facts and figures that have little relevance or meaning outside of the classroom. When envisioning the future, it is clear ...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.
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
The Quest Forward principles, while broad in theory, give detailed guidance on how to create meaningful, transformative learning. They help quests transition from theory into practice; direct instruction into active, engaged learning; and ...Read More
OE refers to the Quest Forward Learning curriculum as “skills-forward." In this blog, you can learn more about what that means, how it's applied, and what we hope students gain from this curriculum approach.
In her positions as Mentor Teacher, Tupo is supporting the Tanzanian Mentors so they can develop a new mindset and use Quest Forward Learning to help their students gain their own mindset, habits, and skills.