Bartomeu: “Disappointed by an unfair elimination”

first_imgThe president of Barça, Josep Maria Bartomeu, took advantage of the game of San Mamés to send a message of support to the template and try to soften the situation with the costumes. The president congratulated the players, whom he praised for his work and commitment and was sure that the team is on the right track.“From the outset I want to congratulate Athletic and the Catalans fans who have traveled to Bilbao and especially the players, have worked hard and the ambition is noticeable,” he told the club channel. Disappointed by an unfair elimination in the Cup, but proud of the ambition and attitude. Congratulate Athletic and thank the support of displaced members and fans. Full confidence in the technical team and players, who will fight until the end for League and Champions– Josep Maria Bartomeu (@jmbartomeu) February 6, 2020 The president explained that the fair semifinalist in his opinion should have been Barcelona: “We had many opportunities, there have been plays discussed within the area, but with this ambition we will achieve objectives. There is the logical disappointment of losing to a team that has only sucked once. We have had clear occasions. Barça’s dominance has been clear, but I am encouraged to see the players facing LaLiga and the Champions League. We will achieve many successes. “The president concluded that “from now on we will focus on LaLiga and the Champions League. I reiterate that I liked the ambition and the work. We are leaving with little prize for the opportunities. We deserved to spend ourselves.”Bartomeu He also wanted to send a message on Twitter: “Disappointed by an unfair elimination in the Cup, but proud of ambition and attitude. Congratulate Athletic and thank the support of displaced members and fans. Full confidence in the technical team and players, who will fight until the end for League and Champions. “last_img read more

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“MoE Should Conduct In-Service Training for Teachers”

first_imgMadam Lucia Paygai-Makes recommendations to Gov’tMadam Lucia Paygai, the chairperson for the Counseling Department at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), has said that in order to enhance early childhood education in the country, the Ministry of Education (MoE) should conduct in-service training for early childhood teachers every six months.She also recommended that the MoE should introduce Individualized Education Program (IEP) to help hard-learning students.Madam Paygai, an early childhood education specialist, made these recommendations over the weekend at a program marking the 19th graduation convocation of the Prime System School of Christ in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.“The Individualized Education Program (IEP) serves two purposes: (1) As a written plan for a particular student, it is developed by the case conference team that prescribes specific educational objectives and placement for individual student; and (2) as a management tool for the entire assessment process. It involves all the assessment evaluation as well as teaching procedures. It becomes the critical link between the learning student and special teaching that the student requires,” Madam Paygai said.The AMEU official, who holds a Master of Arts Degree in Christian Counseling from the Newburgh Theological Seminary in the state of Indiana, United States, stated that such assessment will identify students’ problems.She noted that the IEP will uncover whether the child has a specific Learning Disability (LD) such as short attention span, depending on the age of the child.“In this case, we will not call our children dull, too hard to learn, or tell them book is not good for you,” Madam Paygai said.She urged parents to provide all needed support towards the educational sojourn of their children in every aspect of their lives.“Every parent needs to understand that giving money, material things to a child, or being a part-time parent does not qualify you as a parent.“Your child needs you there every day to ask him or her how was school today? Can I see your work? And how are you feeling? A child needs a good night hug, a good morning hug, and to wipe away his/her tears when he or she is heartbroken. A child needs both parents,” she cautioned.Among other things, Madam Paygai urged children to reciprocate the love shown by their parents by providing some help at home and giving parents all respect due them.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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