Mrs Adeola Adekusibe, a teacher in Osun State, on Monday, urged school owners
to properly equip science laboratories to improve students’ performance in sciences.
Adekusibe made the call in a telephone interview with News Agency of Nigeria .
According to her, well equipped laboratories will enhance students’ understanding and drastically reduce
abstractness during teaching and learning process.
The teacher said that quality laboratories in various private and secondary schools would fast-track understanding
of practical works or set of skills, techniques or activities.
She further advised school teachers to intensify efforts in using industrial simulation, television, experiments, group
discussions, industrial decision making, directed activities related to texts as methodology strategies.
According to her, the deployment of such effective strategies in teaching and learning will encourage
more students to take careers in science.
“ There is a wide variety of jobs and careers that require knowledge and application of science, from research to business
and from regulation to teaching.
“Such efforts will help the nation to attain growth above average in terms of increase in technological advancement,
Buhari celebrates Erogbogbo, the ‘Kind Teacher’ at 90
In a congratulatory message released by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Saturday, the President described Erogbogbo as a well-rounded Nigerian.
He felicitated with the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of the woman, who was known as ‘Kind Teacher’ in the early part of her professional life.
He wished her sound mind and good health, even as she is celebrated at 90 by all those whose lives she had touched positively.
Tanzanian president pledges full support for teachers amid COVID-19
“Even if COVID-19 lasts for 10 years, I assure all teachers that the government will continue paying your monthly wages,” Magufuli said when he officially opened a one-day general meeting of the Tanzania Teachers’ Union (TTU) in the capital Dodoma.
In a live televised address by state-run Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation, the president said the government’s monthly wage bill stood at about 600 billion Tanzanians shillings (about 259 million United States dollars) and half of it was being used for paying about 267,000 teachers.
“I will never let down my fellow teachers. I have experienced challenges facing teachers across the country,” Magufuli, a former chemistry teacher, told the meeting that brought together 1,138 teachers from different regions.
President Magufuli also hinted that arrangements were afoot to reopen primary and secondary schools which were shut down on March 17 following the outbreak of the viral disease in the east African nation on March 16.
Leah Ulaya, the TTU President, thanked the head of state for supporting the teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to work hard with integrity in efforts aimed at improving the standard of education in the country.
Anambra govt. empowers teachers with farm inputs for school farming
Mr Nnamdi Onukwuba, the Commissioner for Agriculture in Anambra says the ministry has extended its farm inputs distribution to schools across the state for the 2020 farming season.
Onukwuba made this known on Thursday while presenting the farm inputs to some teachers in Awka.
He said that most public primary and secondary schools in the state have large expanse of land, which could be used for cropping activities and urged the teachers to maximise the policy.
“We want to chase away hunger and unemployment in our state; we must join hands with the governor to promote agriculture,” he said.
He said that the inputs support given to the schools would achieve maximum yield and tasked the teachers to make efforts to achieve the government’s goal of encouraging young farmers in the state.
Onukwuba charged the teachers to apply the inputs using best agricultural practices to achieve the objective which the school farming was initiated.
He said that the ministry had presented pumpkin, okro and maize seedlings, sweet potatoes, lime, cassava stems and organic fertiliser to various schools.
Mrs Ifenyinwa Uzoka, the Director of Extension Services in the ministry, who briefed the teachers on the best agricultural practices, said an agro company, “Harvest plus” provided some of the seedlings to the ministry to support government’s call for “Go back to Agriculture” initiative.
Mr Joevita Arazu, the Principal of Igwebuike Grammar School Awka, who spoke on behalf of other teachers reassured of their support to government policies.
Arazu said that they would do their best to key into the new policy of subsistence farming for school children.
He commended the government and ministry of agriculture for their support to schools in the state and promised to utilise the inputs properly.
Ogun to train teachers on digital literacy
The Special Adviser to Gov. Dapo Abiodun on Primary and Secondary Education, Mrs Ronke Soyombo made this known while speaking with newsmen on Friday in her office.
According to her, the initiative is part of the efforts toward enhancing and ensuring qualitative teaching and learning in secondary schools in the state.
She explained that no fewer than 11,000 education professionals and stakeholders including principals and teachers of different subjects in the secondary sector were on board in the closed platform.
“It has been replicated in schools with online staff meetings and engagement between principals and teachers in the state in tandem with vision of Gov. Dapo Abiodun, to advance quality education and human capital development that is technology driven.
“Different clusters of above mentioned groups have been having virtual engagements from sensitisation to subject association meetings, and to shared resources such as learning materials and curriculum for 3rd Term to mention a few,” she said.
Soyombo promised that additional teachers and school leaders in the state Universal Basic Education Board would be trained.
Edited By: Folasade Adeniran/Oluwole Sogunle (NAN)
COVID-19: A’Ibom Assembly makes e-learning training mandatory for teachers
Akwa Ibom House of Assembly in a resolution on Thursday, urged the State Ministry of Education to commence training and re-training of teachers on e-learning tools.
This it said would sharpen their skills on e-teaching and e-learning in line with the present coronavirus situation.
The resolution was taken sequel to a motion of urgent public importance brought before the House by the member representing Etim Ekpo/Ika State Constituency, Mr Mfon Idung.
The lawmaker expressed concern that teachers’ inadequacy, incompetency and inability to operate computers and engage in e-teaching would impact adversely on the performances of pupils and students across the state.
He directed the Clerk of the House, Mrs Mandu Umoren, to communicate the resolution of the Assembly to the appropriate quarters.
Also at plenary, the Assembly received motions on incessant and unauthorised encroachment of communities in Ini Local Government Area by neighbouring Abia communities from the member representing Ini State Constituency, Mr Emmanuel Bassey.
The speaker referred the motion to the Committee on Boundary and Conflict Resolution and to report back to the house within one month.
The Assembly also received a report of the Public Accounts Committee on the Audited Accounts of Akwa Ibom Government for the Year Ended Dec. 31, 2019.
Niger SUBEB to reexamine teachers for professionalism – Chairman
The Universal Basic Education Board (NSUBEB) Niger State, says it will reexamine teachers to ensure they meet expected professional standard.
Chairman of the Board, Dr Isah Adamu said this while inaugurating a 15-member Teaching and Non-Teaching staff Committee for the 25 Local Government Education Authorities on Wedneaday in Minna.
He said the committee would conduct staff audit exercise for teaching and non-teaching staff across the 25 Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAs) in the state.
“This will help us to determine the kind of staff that we are parading as teachers. We want to know if they are able to deliver on their subject matter as it pertains teaching and learning.
“It will help us to verify the staff qualification as commensurate to their grade level, ” he said.
Adamu tasked all staff of LGEAs to cooperate with the committee so that the aim of the exercise would be achieved.
He said the committee had 30 days to submit its report and recommendations while urging them to be transparent in their assignment.
“Due process should be your watchword and discharge this assignment without fear or favor.
“It is expected that you will bring your professional knowledge and expertise to bear on this assignment so as to contribute to the overall development of education in our dear state,” he said.
According to him, inconsistencies in staff data has been a challenge and a clog in the wheel of progress in Niger state Basic Education sub-sector.
“That is the reason, auditing our personnel in the actual number becomes paramount.
“The stagnated figures despite death, retirement and quest for greener pasture by our staff is something we must do and unravel as quickly as possible,” he said.
Similarly, he assured that the exercise is not aimed at witch-hunting anyone, but a deliberate effort to strengthen the system for effective service delivery.
“Anyone with any useful information that will aid the work of this committee should not hesitate to share such information for the benefit of our dear state,” he said.
He, however, noted that any attempt by stakeholders to conceal the truth or sabotage efforts of the board would be severely dealt with.
Adamu reassured that government of Gov. Abubakar Bello was poised to better the lots of teachers in the state by ensuring that all their due benefits were given to them as at when due.
“The governor has reassured us of his determination and willingness to improve on teacher’s welfare but consistency in staff data hinders all efforts, hence this inauguration.
” It is therefore desirable for us to carry out this exercise so as to determine our factual staff against the current one,” he said.
Also, Mr Ibrahim Umar, Chairman Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) Niger chapter while appreciating the board, said that the project was timely and exigent.
“The Niger (NUT) needs this project so that we have authentic membership of our union, Niger State Uniniversal Basic Educaton Board (NSUBEB) will need it to sort out lingering issues on promotion and increment of teachers in Niger.
“Our problem as teachers can only be solved with such projects coming on board and Niger (NUT) will do all in its power to see that the project is successful,” he added.
The News Agency of Nigeria , reports that members of the committee include Alhaji Ayuba Katako, chairman for zone A, Alhaji Saidu Ibrahim, chairman for zone B, Alhaji Khalid Garba chairman for zone C , Alhaji Ibrahim Umar, NUT chairman Niger State chapter and 11 others
Lagos recruits 3,000 teachers in 12 months
The Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folashade Adefisayo, announced on Tuesday that 3,000 primary and secondary school teachers had been recruited by the State Government in the past 12 months.
Adefisayo said that training and workshops had also been organised for 4,400 teachers and social officers drawn from various education districts in the state.
According to her, six blocks of 92 classrooms have been completed in some primary schools while 54 classrooms in some secondary schools have been upgraded to ease classroom congestion.
“The State Government under the Universal Basic Education Commission and State Universal Basic Education intervention projects has commenced delivery of 10,164 furniture and 60,000 chair-table units to public schools.
“In the past one year, the ministry instituted better school governance and administration by launching Eko-Excel (Excellence in Child Education) programme, which are operational in 300 public primary schools in the state.
“These have improved the capacity and welfare of students who have continued to emerge tops at several national and international competitions like the JETS competition, World Robot Olympiad, held at Edutus University, Gyor, Hungary and the Chinese Bridge Proficiency Competition to mention a few.”
She said that a total of 135,445 pupils were being fed one meal a day in 976 schools across the state through the Home Grown School Feeding Programme.
COVID-19: CLO urges state govts to provide soft loan to teachers to engage in farming
The Chairman of CLO, Anambra branch, Mr Vincent Ezekwueme, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Enugu on Tuesday against the backdrop of the plight of teachers in private schools.
Ezekwueme said that since February most private schools had closed and there had been no time frame for them to resume.
He noted that teachers especially those in private schools had continued to find it difficult to survive.
“It is very unfortunate and pathetic that some private school teachers and workers in organised private sector have not received their salaries since February.
“The panacea is for government to provide soft loan for teachers, especially private teachers, to enable them embark on farming activities.
“This will enable them engage themselves more meaningfully even as they await to hear of the scheduled timetable for school resumption and actual resumption itself,’’ he said.
The chairman, however, urged state governments to provide palliatives to private school teachers in their various states.
“State governments should summon emergency meeting with private school proprietors to find mutual and amicable resolution of their financial challenges in order to save our educational system from imminent collapse after COVID-19,’’ he added.
BiH, UNICEF organize online workshops for teachers during COVID-19 lockdown
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) education authorities, along with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) BiH, have organized 20 online workshops for elementary school and high school teachers during the COVID-19 lockdown, UNICEF BiH said in a press statement on Monday.
According to UNICEF BiH, over 4,000 education professionals from BiH and its neighboring countries participated in workshops from April till June. Teachers used the opportunity to learn new digital skills to improve their online teaching practice, it noted.
Educational institutions in BiH have introduced teaching via online platforms so that school shutdowns did not stop learning, the UNICEF BiH said.
“This pandemic opened windows of opportunity for innovations in the education system and introduction of digital content, during and after the pandemic. The quality of education is dependent on the quality of teaching, and it is crucial to support teachers to develop their professional skills to adapt to the new environment,” said Dr. Rownak Khan, UNICEF representative in BiH.
According to the Ministry of Education of Canton Sarajevo, the school year in elementary and high-schools ends on June 9.
Since the epidemiological situation improves significantly, it is expected that children will be back in schools on Sept. 2 when the next school year begins.
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