Fombong Belry Tenjeck answered 40 questions in 19:58 minutes and scored 34 points (83%) during evaluation of participants on Saturday 28th of November to emerge First from the AIMS TTP Workshop for 47 in-service Mathematics teachers from the South West Region. The electronic evaluation ended four days of learning and micro-teaching which equipped the trainees with strategies to return to their classrooms and teach Mathematics differently.

Elated after the results, Fombong Belry Tenjeck from OLALOCHS Limbe said she was very impressed, delighted and overwhelmed. My participation in the workshop was fine despite my pregnancy. The child did not disturb me. AIMS TTP ensured that I was well catered for. I was well fed. I was comfortable in my room.”

Fombong Belry Tenjeck was equally eager to return to her classrooms and apply new teaching skills gained from AIMS TTP trainers at the workshop. “After this workshop, I now know how to manage my class and deliver my lessons. I now know particularly how to prepare my Lesson Plan and how to execute it chronologically till the end. I appreciate the efforts of the AIMS TTP team. Everything I passed through here was beyond my expectation. It was really well organised. We came and learned for free. Thank you so much AIMS TTP. We are grateful,” said the brilliant trainee.

The 47 trainees received Geometric kits from AIMS TTP at the end of the workshop which they all agreed was a career-changing experience and a new commitment to improve the learning and teaching of Mathematics in order to prepare students today to be problem-solvers tomorrow and promoters of Africa’s much-needed development.

Fombong Belry Tenjeck made the four female participants proud.

A geometric kit to ease teaching n the classroom.

Happy Mathematics teachers at the end of the workshop.

Fombong Belry Tenjeck presenting group work.

Fombong Belry Tenjeck and group mates.

Fombong Belry Tenjeck presenting group work.