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Keys to Effective Learning is a Canadian-Egyptian educational consulting company specializing in practice-based teacher and administrator training. Our goal is to provide a richer educational experience for children and a more fulfilling practice for educators.

With offices in Ontario, Canada and Cairo, Egypt since 1995, Keys to Effective Learning has participated in several USAID-sponsored educational reform programs, such as Technology for Improved Learning Outcomes (TILO), Girls Improved Learning Outcomes (GILO), the Egypt Education Reform Project (ERP), the Alexandria Initiative for Education Reform, and the Technology in Education Project with Partners for a Competitive Egypt (PfCE).

We have also partnered with the International Institute for Education (IIE) to develop and implement training in youth leadership, womens entrepreneurship and administrator selection for programs sponsored by the U.S. State Department, the Ford Foundation, the Stewart Foundation, and the Bahrain Ministry of Education.

In addition to teacher and administrator training, Keys to Effective Learnings consulting services include:

  • Curriculum Development

  • School Policy Development

  • Staff Selection Assistance

  • Performance Monitoring

  • Student Placement Criteria

Our highly qualified staff, consultants and partners represent the diversity of the Global Community, bringing with them the expertise and insights of Canada, Egypt, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

Keys was honored to present a workshop on Staff Selection for the Kingdom of Bahrain Ministry of Education.

Members of the Keys staff participated in the educational program of Hope Village, which serves refugee and street children in Cairo, Egypt.

Students in the YELLA (Youth Enrichment for Leadership, Learning and Action) Program present their Service Learning Project.

The Arabic version of the Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) was piloted in Minya and Fayoum.

In preparation for the Student Leadership Discovery Program (SLDP), trainers role play a situation involving conflict resolution. These girls in Fayoum benefit from a more student-centered approach following a 2003 CARE project in which Keys trained teachers. Participants in the Alexandria Initiative Educational Reform Program learn Effective Teaching Methods such as Critical Thinking, Active Student Learning, and Classroom Management.

Girls Improved Learning Outcomes (GILO) is a USAID-sponsored project for which Keys trains teachers in the governorates of Fayoum and Beni Suef.

Partnering with IIE (Institute for International Education), Keys presented a Womens Entrepreneurship Workshop for promising young women and secondary school girl students in Alexandria. School administrators discuss principles of leadership in an Educational Technology in
Schools workshop partnered by PfCE (Partners for a Competitive Egypt).
This critic gives thumbs up for the TILO program (Technology for Improved Learning Outcomes).  
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