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Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE)
Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) is a public institution under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
The Institute is charged with the responsibility of interpreting government policies on education to befit curriculum programmes and instructional materials in order to facilitate the provision of quality education at pre-primary, primary, secondary, and teacher education levels.
Originally, the Institute under the name of Institute of Education (IE), was established by Act No. 13 of 1963 as a constituent unit of the then University College of Dar es Salaam.
Its major function was to harmonize the teacher training function of the University College of Dar es Salaam with the then Ministry of Education in order to improve the teaching and learning process in schools and teacher education colleges.
In July 1970, the University College of Dar es Salaam was elevated to the status of an autonomous University, the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM). The Institute of Education remained a constituent unit of the newly formed University.
In 1975, IE was elevated to a corporate body by Act of Parliament No. 13 of 1975 which placed it under the Ministry of Education and Culture, thus making it independent of UDSM.
To become the centre of excellence in curriculum design, development, and implementation with highly competent, motivated and committed professionals
To facilitate provision of quality education through quality curricula in pre-primary, primary, secondary and teacher education
In order for TIE to deliver quality services to its clients efficiently and effectively, its employees should adhere to and be guided by the following values: Promotion of excellence; Professionalism; Dedication; Diligence; Responsiveness; Accountability; Integrity; Innovativeness; and Transparency
The main functions of the Institute are:
1. Design and develop curricula for Pre- primary, Primary, Secondary, and Teacher Education levels.
2. Carry out in-service and Pre-service teachers for efficient and effective implementation of curricula.
3. Provide and oversee education quality assurance with regard to teaching methods, objectives and standard of teaching-learning materials.
4. Provide technical advice to the Government through the Ministry responsible for education and to other stakeholders with the ultimate objective of providing quality education at all levels.
What Is a Syllabus?
A syllabus is a document that outlines all the essential information about a school or college course.
It lists the topics you will study, as well as the due dates of any coursework including tests, quizzes, or exams.
Your professors will give you a syllabus for each of your college classes. Read each one carefully to learn about grading policies, professor office hours, and everything else you need to know.
The four basic parts of a syllabus are:
1. Instructor information
Near the top of the syllabus you will find the name of your instructor, their contact information, and office hours.
2. Reading materials and supplies
This syllabus section lists books, online resources, and other content you will need for class. Additional tools, like a calculator or specific software, will be listed here, too. Typically, there is a note about which materials are required and which are recommended.
A syllabus will outline how you will be graded, attendance requirements, and how the professor expects students to behave. This section may also include university-wide policies on academic honesty and respect, or how students with disabilities can request support.
4. Class schedule
The syllabus will include when assignments are due and when tests will be given. This section contains all coursework for the class, including in-class assignments, homework, essays, labs, and assessments.
Why Your Syllabus Is Important
Your syllabus gathers all the vital information about your class in one place.
If you have questions about class schedules, due dates, or office hours, your professor will probably say “it’s on the syllabus.” When you have a question about how your class works, check your syllabus first.
Taking time to read and understand the syllabus might not sound like fun, but it can be really useful.
Your syllabus will help you:
i. Meet deadlines
ii. Be prepared for class
iii. Understand assignments
iv. Know how you will grade
v. Manage your time
vi. Stay organized
vii. Connect with students/Learners