The foundation has focused its efforts on seeking quality in preschool and primary education, as well as developing an innovative educational and pedagogical project. As a result, schools can educate, socialize, and prepare students for a successful academic path, promoting real equality of opportunities.
Students must develop numerous and diversified personal skills. The choice of the pedagogical approach is based on understanding, rather than strictly on learning. In this sense, the Medersat.com Program takes into account two essential dimensions:
Transfer of skills as well as pedagogical control: the regional teams of supervisors that the BMCE Bank Foundation for Education and Environment has established, provide each educator with four visits per year to supplement their training, control the quality of their pedagogical practices, ensure the quality of their behavior towards children and their relationships with parents.
Thus, each teacher is visited at least four times a year according to a pedagogical supervision protocol. Each pedagogical visit is generally accompanied by the drafting of a report aimed at accompanying and providing continuous training for the teacher.
Before starting their duties, the selected educators undergo face-to-face training and on-the-job training. For those working in Amazigh-speaking regions, specific training courses are organized to enable them to teach reading and writing in the Amazigh language.
Once in their positions, educators benefit from regional training sessions in the field of reading and mathematics.
To maintain the quality and effectiveness of teaching in the Medersat.com network, continuous training sessions are provided to teachers in various areas according to the needs expressed, in consultation with pedagogical supervisors.
At the end of each year, all Medersat.com schools organize an evaluation of students' performances based on a common battery of tests where reading and writing abilities in Arabic (soon available), Amazigh, and French, as well as math performances, are measured.
Beyond this basic knowledge, abilities like analyzing, criticizing, and behaving respectfully towards one another and their environment are also examined.
Once grouped, processed, and analyzed, the results of such evaluations constitute a "dashboard" that, year after year, allows for necessary improvements in terms of pedagogy and training.