40 teachers in Nasarawa benefit from NGO’s scheme

By Abel Abogonye, Lafia   |   11 July 2017   |   3:35 am  

The Charles Bebeye Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has trained 40 secondary school teachers across the state on how to enhance their teaching skills to efficiently manage classrooms with diverse learners.

The Charles Bebeye Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has trained 40 secondary school teachers across the state on how to enhance their teaching skills to efficiently manage classrooms with diverse learners.

Coordinator and trustee of the foundation, Mrs. Theresa Orji, made this known at the two-day training workshop in Lafia at the weekend. The workshop was organised in collaboration with Vevita Trustees Limited as Trustee Manager and Axiom Learning​ Solutions as the Technical Consultant.

Speaking to newsmen, Theresa said the workshop focused on inclusive classroom management and activity oriented lessons in Mathematics, Sciences and other core subjects such as English, Integrated Science, Social Studies, Languages, among others.


Theresa added that the Foundation’s Train the Trainer Initiative was aimed at developing the teachers’ competence in line with its vision to promote the quality of education in the country.

“The training focused on inclusive classroom management and activity based lessons on core subjects. It will comprise a classroom arrangement that will accommodate all participants, practical assessments, case studies, syndicate groups for practical and learning simulation, participatory and active learning,” she said.



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