I recently was communicating with two of the teacher trainees in Hinche on Facebook. I would like to share their messages, showing their appreciation for the teacher training that we have been providing through the partnership with MIIS and St. Dunstan’s.
A chat conversation with Shester Severe:
Conversation started Monday 7/7, 9:11am
Good afternoon Ms Sanders, How are you doing?
Hello, Shester. It’s a beautiful morning here. How are you?
The same here. I am so happy to say thank you to for the way you think of us as English teachers to help Haiti
Thank you! So are you happy with our cooperation so far?
Ohhhh I will not find the right word to congratulate you.. As you can see. I have posted some pictures on FB of a free English class to to help our community.. The trainers were perfectThey are educated…They represent your Institution valuably
Great! I hope we will have a new team in January.
With your help so far I feel really comfortable to teach English. With the trainings I received from the trainers my English is improvedNow i get expertise to teach English. And my students are satisfied.Thank for all your support.. Enginneer Marc Arthur ESPERANCE and i will give MIIS visibility because with your program we wiil be perfect by teaching
How is your family over there?
We are great. Having our summer vacation now. Then, after vacation, start thinking about St. Andre’s again. How can we improve the program?
Oh sounds very good
Maybe we can talk about how to make it better. Can you Skype?
Father Noe Bernier Is a special person in our community. trying to see how he can contribute to change education system in Haiti with your support. On behalf of the teacher staffs you will not be disappointed. I am opening a Skype account to keep talking to you.
When i get it I’ll let you know.
I have some pictures from my English class I would like to post on fb unfortunately, the Internet is not working well
I would love to see the pictures, when you are able to post them.
So far, i am trying but, i can’t download them for the time being
You can just take a look on my facebook profile. I got some on it… we are three volunteer teachers
FACEBOOK POSTS FROM SHESTER SEVERE, Teacher Trainee in Hinche
At Klaus Lengauer Communication for All (KLCA). We don’t need money to learn English. It is an educational investment to show haitian people how volunteership can contribute to lead haitian society to a best way…And with Ms Lisa Sanders Luscombe… we hope our community has a chance as i always said..As you can see Klaus on the top… Alex, Father Noé bernier, Ms Elucia Dorleans. you need to know how important you are in our society. with your help we persuade that Haiti will not be dead.. Our ex- caribbean pearl..with our eighth marvel or the world Citadelle Laferrière.. Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) Thank you to your special recycling program for English teachers.. In our society, we congratulate important people after the death.. It is not fair… not possible..That’s why we need to rethink things…
Chat conversation with Marc Arthur Esperance
Hi Mrs Lisa! How are you doing? I thank you so much for the training program workshop for english teachers.
I’m so happy to hear from you. thank you. What are you doing this summer?
I have nothing to do this summer. I hope something to do, but i don’t know yet
I hope I can come to see all of you in October. Will you be at St. Andre’s?
of course i will. I would like to see you too.
Great! I’ve asked Noe about some dates in October. We’ll see…
I would like to have your ideas on improving the program.
Fantastic! We really appreciate the program and we are better in teaching. Thank you so much one more time to think about us!