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1.  COMPLAINTS PROCEDURES FOR STAFF/STUDENTS

The Mauritius Institute of Education welcomes suggestions and/or comments with a view to improving its services.

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2.  School Calendar - Year 2015

School Calendar Year 2015 for Primary and Secondary

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3.  Examination Time Table 2014

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Recent News

Semester Dates at MIE: 2013

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SEMESTER I ( 15 Weeks):
27 JANUARY 2014 to 17 MAY 2014 Including one week Mid-Semester Break 14 April 2014 to 19 April 2014
SEMESTER II ( 15 Weeks):
28 JULY 2014 to 08 NOVEMBER 2014


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About MIE                               CODL                                     MIE : Almost 40 years

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The Mauritius Institute of Education (MIE) is a Parastatal body, working under the aegis of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources.

Set up in 1973 with the prime objective of modernizing the education sector and endowing it with a professional teaching workforce, the MIE provides training for the pre-primary, primary and secondary sectors of education, targeting all cadres, including teaching and management. The training provided is in line with state of the art pedagogical practices and the constant benchmarking of courses offered according to international standards ensures that the qualifications delivered by the MIE are recognised around the world.

MIE is also responsible for Research and Curriculum Development. It is the body in charge of developing the curriculum, textbook writing and evaluation.

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In line with emerging trends and modes of delivery, MIE has a Centre for Open and Distance Learning (CODL) that offers all technical and pedagogical support for developing online courses to reach out to a larger number of trainees. The Educator's Licence is one of the courses offered through a mixed mode with a substantial dose of online learning. Other courses will soon be on offer through this mode.

The ODLC is at present engaged in an innovative programme of digitalizing all the primary school textbooks, developing interactive materials and in training all primary school personnel in the use of interactive boards as part of the Sankore project, a Franco-British project for Africa.

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How to apply for a Course?                                    Teacher Education Programmes                          Sankoré Project

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Applications for training to work in any primary school must be made through the:

  >> Public Service Commission, Forest-Side, Mauritius (hyperlink) or
  >> Bureau of Catholic Education, 1 C. Antelme Street, Rose-Hill. (hyperlink)

Note: Adverts appear in the Press. The MIE does not admit any pre-service trainee for the primary sector directly.

While applicants for the in-service courses are channeled to MIE through the Ministry of Education, all other programmes, especially for the secondary sector MIE advertises in the press and in its website www.mie.ac.mu/home

Read more on : Training programmes of the MIE


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MIE offers a structured and flexible pathway for continuous professional development from induction onwards through a system of accreditation. The credit-laddering system enables professionals in education to engage in Lifelong Learning while at the same time benefit from incremental credits or enter a higher grade in the profession.

We offer both in-service and pre-service programmes at Certificate, Diploma, Degree and Post-Graduate levels. Post graduate programmes consist of the Post Graduate Certificate, Diploma, Masters' and Doctoral programmes.

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Following the Franco-British summit in May 2008, the French government established the DIENA - Délégation interministérielle à l'éducation numérique en Afrique- in order to achieve Millennium Development Goals with regards to education. In this context the DIENA launched the Sankoré project to enhance educational practices and resources. The project aims at empowering teachers and other stakeholders in the education sector to create, use and share digital educational resources.
1. The provision of an interactive interface [an interactive whiteboard-IWA]
2. A platform for sharing digital educational resources [Sankoré website]
3. Training of teachers to use the IWB and the Sankoré software suite

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