Teaching at For a Change
In this blog post I want to let you know more about my experience as a remedial class teacher at For a Change Organization. My work has been so nice when it comes to teaching class 5 and 6 learners. This happens because the foundation has plenty of teaching and learning materials which are vital because learners learn through interacting with ...
Teaching and Loving those with Special Needs
In June 2023 my friend and I made the long journey from Ontario Canada to Malawi Africa. We were hoping to bring what we have learned through our education and experience supporting people with special needs to the school in Kwanjana, hoping the teachers could use what we know to provide more and better education for the children with special ne...
Our work, a bacon of hope
As a special needs teacher, my journey in Kwanjana has been nothing short of transformative. Choosing to be a special needs teacher volunteer at For A Change was a decision born from a deep passion for inclusivity and an unyielding belief in the potential of every child, regardless of their abilities.
Being a teacher at this place has taught me so much. It has taught me to love. If I loved now, I have to love more, because all I can see is these kids needs to be loved for. Read more...
A different story
Working in the situation when you feel so overwhelmed and stressed because of the situation. In the midst of the day which seemed to be cool or usual, suddenly the weather changes and remains constantly the same. Read more...
Theme-based Nursery Education
Our nursery teacher Rabecca describes the benefitst of theme-based nursery education
Enjoy the little things
Read intern Dianne's experiences about how she experiences the differences between life in Kwanjana and the Netherlands and what lessons she has learnt from this and wants to share with us.