pedagogical conversation

Pedagogical conversations

The SeDEC is pleased to launch its ‘Pedagogical Conversations’ series for 2020. In this respect, staff members of primary and secondary Catholic schools are kindly invited to the following session:


  • Title: Flipping the classroom in the Mauritian Context
  • Keynote speaker: Mrs. Anita SAMY  (High School Teacher, Sydney, Australia)
  • Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
  • Time: From 16h30 to 18h00
  • Venue: ICJM


Discussion topic:    What can we, as teachers, do to enhance our students’ learning and maximise their engagement so that they take ownership of the process? How can we, as teachers, swap our cap and become facilitators instead? Taking into consideration that most learners nowadays have access to the internet in some form, whether at school or at home, we can work on resources – finding or creating them – as well as use a variety of educational technologies and tools to equip learners to be successful. Also, these resources will enable us to gradually/partially flip our lessons and align our practices to the way students learn best. Ultimately, we will be able to create students who are both college-and career- ready.


RESPONDENT SPEAKERS:  Mr. Rudaryo RAMSAMY (Head Master of Saint Enfant Jésus RCA) for the primary &   

                                       Mr. Clarel BERRY (Computer Science Educator at Loreto College Mahebourg) for the secondary






Keynote speaker’s biodata

A former student of Notre Dame College and St Andrew's school, Mrs. Anita samy has taught in Mauritius, namely at London College ans Ecole du centre, for a combined period of almost 30 years. Upon moving to New-Zealand, she worked in both private and public schools there for 11 years before relocating to Sydney, Australia, where she still teaches. Currently on sabbatical leave in Mauritius, she does consultancy work for the Ministry of Education and local private schools.




RSVP: Should you wish to attend the event, please notify the SeDEC by sending an Email on, by calling on 4643832 or by sending an sms on 58520345 by Tuesday 25/02/2020 at latest.