Angels for Children and the University of Education Karlsruhe

Tag Archives: English

Festivities on 3 October 2018 in Vientiane: Celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between Laos and Germany

Back in Laos! (Shirin Ud-Din)

When Prof. Martin and Johannes Zeck asked me in August 2018 if I could imagine visiting Laos for a second time to take care of the handover to team VII, the answer was already … Read more

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Reflection and evaluation of the second project year 2016-2017 – looking back to Team III and IV

Introduction and overview

What  started in October 2015 as a pilot project between the Angels for Children Foundation and Prof. Dr. Martin of the University of Education Karlsruhe (Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe [“PH”]) quickly developed into an institutionalized Lao-German teacher-training … Read more

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Project video no. 2 by Team V

In January 2018, at the end of Team V’s stay, the volunteers at the Lao-German Technical College decided to create a little thank-you gift for the school that would show the college’s facilities, staff members and students. The video shows … Read more

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An academic training course in Weiherhammer and a family reunification in Toulouse – Ms Ketsana’s journey to Europe

Editor’s note: The “Recruitment and Training Programme” hosted by BHS Corrugated at the Lao-German Technical College (LGTC) in Vientiane does not only focus on the technical training of Lao apprentices, but also on the further education of … Read more

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Between Laos, Australia, and a lonely island – Lao teachers enter the worlds of “Walkabout” and “Robinson Crusoe”

As already mentioned in our first post, we – Tasja Reule und Anna Hajek – started reading “Simplified Readers”1 with our teacher-students in the Beginner and Elementary classes at the Lao-German Technical College (LGTC). It was a … Read more

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Workshop on 22 March 2018 – “Classroom English”

On 22 March 2018, we (Svenja and Julia) held our workshop “Classroom English”  for the teachers of the Ban Sikeud primary school, Ban Phang Heng lower secondary school, and Ban Pheng Heng primary school.

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