Educators continue collaborative work with Benin
hree members of SUNY Oswego’s School of Education recently continued the work of the college’s Project CLIMB in Benin, delivering intensive seminars to school inspectors and teacher trainees at the Ecole Normale Superieure of the University of Abomey-Calavi.
Eugenio Basualdo of the vocational teacher preparation department, Alfred Frederick of the curriculum and instruction department and Barbara Streets of the counseling and psychological services department made up the third team from Oswego’s Project CLIMB (Collaborative Link for Instructor Mentoring in Benin/Brazil) to work in Benin.
Basualdo provided a seminar on vocational teacher preparation and a presentation on the organization of the American educational system. He served as a consultant to the director of vocational education in Benin’s Ministry of Education regarding the organization of American vocational education at the secondary school level.