What CAMEDUS Do:

Camedus is the leading voice illuminating and showcasing what works in Cameroon educational system. We show people how they can adopt best practices and tell stories of innovation and continuous learning in the real world.

 

Mission

We are dedicated to transforming primary school through secondary school and high school education so that all Cameroonian students can thrive in their studies, careers, and adult lives.

Vision

Our vision is of a new world of learning based on the compelling truth that improving education is the key to the survival of the human race.  
It’s a world of creativity, inspiration and ambition informed by real-world evidence and experience. It’s a world where students become lifelong learners.

SACRED HEART COLLEGE MANKON, Bamenda

Situated along the Bamenda-Mankon airport road, Sacred Heart College, Mankon is a boarding secondary school for boys located in Bamenda, in the North West Region of Cameroon. 

P.S.S MANKON BAMENDA

Presbyterian Secondary School, Mankon

Bamenda, Cameroon

Presbyterian Secondary School, P.S.S. Mankon was created on the 23rd of October 1978. The first Principal of the school was Late Mr. Zachariah Memoh. 
The school has been outstanding in academic and curricula activities.
Presently the school has a student population of 1142 with 74 staff teaching and non teaching taking care over them. 

OUR LADY OF LOURDES COLLEGE MANKON

Our Lady of Lourdes College (previously known as Our Lady of Lourdes Secondary School ), Mankon, is a Roman Catholicall-girls secondary school located in Mankon, Bamenda in the North West Province ofCameroon. It is run by the Holy Rosary Sisters under the authority of theArchdiocese of Bamenda. The school is reputed for producing some of the best results during official exams in Cameroon .

SAKER BAPTIST COLLEGE LIMBE

Use rewards carefully

Students who possess intrinsic motivation take on activities because of the feelings of enjoyment and accomplishment they evoke. 

G.S EMUA-MENKA

Kids who have a poor self-image avoid activities that they deem beyond their capabilities. Even if they can actually complete a given task, these students engage in self-defeating behavior to protect the little self-worth they do possess. For them, it is better to withhold effort or to procrastinate rather than risk trying, failing, and feeling even worse about themselves.

8 PATHWAYS TO EVERY STUDENTS SUCCESS

 See how you can apply principles of positive youth development
    including curiosity,sociability,resilience,and more...

SASSE COLLEGE BUEA

When students work together on project teams, they learn to collaborate, communicate, and resolve conflicts. Cooperative learning and character development supports the social and emotional development of students and prepares them for success in the modern workplace.

PRIMARY SCHOOL

PRIMARY SCHOOL GIRL WRITING ON THE SCOOL BOARD AND HER INSTRUCTIONAL TEACHER OBSERVING HER.

PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS

We call this place Cameroon Educational System (camedus), and we provide not just the vision for this new world of learning but the real-world information and community connections to make it a reality.

END OF TERM STUDENT ASSESSMENT.

Standardized tests aren't the only way of gauging student achievement. Through various measures, including portfolios, presentations, and tests, educators are using performance assessments to measure what students know and can do. 

Comprehensive Assessment

Comprehensive assessment embraces the whole system of assessing student understanding as a mechanism to improve teaching and learning.

Differentiated Instruction

Build lessons, develop teaching materials, and vary your approach so that all students, regardless of where they are starting from, can learn content effectively, according to their needs.

Teacher Development

High-quality teaching is vital for student success. Explore elements of effective professional development and leadership critical for growing and supporting great teachers.

Formative Assessment

Find and share ideas for checking in with students during a project, class, or semester to assess their learning and see if content or instruction needs adjusting.

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CAMEROON 2016 G.C.E RESULTS IS OUT .

OFFICIAL RESULTS FOR THE CAMEROON GCE 2016 RELEASED STATISTICS: Ordinary levels with a 62.17% passed in the general education up from 33.93% last year. 11 schools have scored 100% at the ordinary levels with seven candidates having 33 points….n the Advanced levels, 25 schools have registered a 100% passed with 66.5% up from 60% with 27 candidates having five A grades. However, Humphrey Monono, Registrar at GCE Board has dumped the much criticized option of obtaining results via mobile network while Android youths in Buea are currently sharing the results via blue-tooth. In an interview with CRTV Monono claims students can still access their results via NEXTTEL network using a code which we are still to have it.

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING

Cameroon students will

  • Think critically and creatively to solve complex and unfamiliar problems
  • Clearly articulate thoughts, ideas, and information using oral, written, and nonverbal communication
  • Analyze problems and use evidence to support conclusions
  • Use a variety of instructional resources and technology to enhance learning

STUDENT ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Southern Cameroon students will

  • Demonstrate readiness for post-secondary study and/or the workforce so that all students are prepared for success upon high school graduation
  • Demonstrate literacy across all content areas by reading complex texts, writing for multiple purposes, speaking in a variety of situations, and using language effectively
  • Engage in challenging and wide-ranging content
  • Apply learning to new situations

Strategies for Helping Students Motivate Themselves

Providing Southern Cameroon students with freedom of choice is one strategy for promoting learner autonomy. Educators commonly view this idea of choice through the lens of organizational and procedural choice. Organizational choice, for example, might mean students having a voice in seating assignments or members of their small learning groups. Procedural choice could include a choice from a list of homework assignments and what form a final project might take -- a book, poster, or skit.

Some researchers, however, believe that a third option, cognitive choice, is a more effective way to promote longer-lasting student autonomy. This kind of cognitive autonomy support, which is also related to the idea of ensuring relevance, could include:

  • Problem-based learning, where small groups need to determine their own s


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GTC, Ntemndzem, WABANE, LEBIALEM, CAMEROON

A video footage of Government Technical College Ntemndzem, Wabane, Lebialem Division Cameroon in partnership with Optimus Education Foundation. The main objective of this video footage is to highlight the unavoidably difficult socio-economic circumstances in which education systems operate in the vast majority of developing countries and the invaluable contribution of the community to tackle the problems.more clearly needs to be done and can be done.unless and until we can tackle the socio-economic challenges schools and communities face,developing countries will never be in a position to provide the kind of education that will lift its young people and adults out of extreme poverty.visit Optimus Education Foundation at www.opef.org.uk to find out how you can get involved.


Government High School, Widikum Cameroon

A video footage of Government High School Widikum Bui Division Cameroon in partnership with Optimus Education Foundation. The main objective of this video footage is to highlight the unavoidably difficult socio-economic circumstances in which education systems operate in the vast majority of developing countries by and large, Cameroon in particular, and the invaluable contribution of the community to tackle the problems.more clearly needs to be done and can be done.until we can tackle the socio-economic challenges schools and communities face,developing countries will never be in a position to provide the kind of education that will lift its young people and adults out of poverty.visit Optimus Education Foundation SIMProject at www.opef.org.uk to find out how you can get involved.why not join our online community network forum at www.opef.org.uk/social

GTC, Ntemndzem, WABANE, LEBIALEM, CAMEROON

A video footage of Government Technical College Ntemndzem, Wabane, Lebialem Division Cameroon in partnership with Optimus Education Foundation. The main objective of this video footage is to highlight the unavoidably difficult socio-economic circumstances in which education systems operate in the vast majority of developing countries and the invaluable contribution of the community to tackle the problems.more clearly needs to be done and can be done.unless and until we can tackle the socio-economic challenges schools and communities face,developing countries will never be in a position to provide the kind of education that will lift its young people and adults out of extreme poverty.visit Optimus Education Foundation at www.opef.org.uk to find out how you can get involved.

Donation Ceremony Oshie 08 11 2014 Part 2

On November 8th 2014 the pupils and students of the primary schools and colleges in Oshie, in the North West Region of Cameroon in West Africa were lucky recipients of school materials from the Michael and Mauritia Patcha Foundation and the Association des Compétences pour une Vie Meilleure (ASCOVIME) represented by ASCOVIME Cameroun founder, Dr. George Bwelle, CNN Top Ten Hero 2013 and Mr. Nseme Ndode, the Program Manager of the Patcha Foundation. The grand occasion is divided into 3 parts, with this film being the first of them. The 3rd and last part is due shortly

Government High School Kitiwum, Bui Division Cameroon

CAMEDUS SCHOOLS SPOTLIGHT

CAMEROON G.C.E 2016 COMPLETE ORDINARY LEVEL RESULTS

Cameroon – GCE 2016: Complete General Ordinary Level Results Centre No: 11001 Buea External Regist: 469, Sat for 2 or more Subjects: 469, Passed: 197, % Passed: 42, Sanctioned: 0 Results of Successful Candidates (In Order of Merit) Passed in 5 Subjects: 2 (1) NDIKE ROSELYNDA REX ENOW (11). (2) MBAMENE MOKI MELIKI (11). Passed in 4 Subjects: 16 (1) GEMUH MAGDALENE NGWE (11). (2) MOKENYU RODNEY NGWESSE (11). (3) KUM CLETUS NGUM (10). (4) LEMFON PAMELA NDAW (9). (5) LOBE INDAM ORENGE TELMA (9). (6) TAMFU CARINE CHECHE (8). (7) LEKE EMMANUELA NCHONG (8). (8) SEFERINE AGIE DAWOH (8). (9) BESONG KINGSLY AGBOR (7). (10) MASSA BLESSING MANKA’A (6). (11) NEGBOR MELVIS AYAH-MBI (6). (12) BIME JOAN MARY (6). (13) NJIKANG TERENCE METUGE (5). (14) NVOCK REBECCA NJONKUM (5). (15) SIDONIE NZELLE (5). (16) KALLA LIMUNGA BLANCHE (4).


Higher Education minister refutes allegations of non-integration of ENS graduates

The Minister of Higher Education, Prof Jacques Fame Ndongo has dismissed rumours that graduates of the six higher teachers' training colleges in the country will not be immediately integrated into the Public Service. Minister Fame Ndongo explained that the information circulating was misleading and false.


2015 GCE RESULT PUBLISHED.

The Cameroon General Certification Examination-GCE Board has released the results of last June 2015 session. According to the published statistics, GCE Ordinary Level recorded a better performance scoring 44.93% as compared to 34.41% recorded in 2014 session. On the other hand, the GCE Advanced Level, dropped from 63.98 per cent success down to 60.41 per cent this year. 12 schools scored a 100% in A Level while 17 scored a 100%.


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