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How to pass WAEC and NECO SSCE with ease

The dream of every candidate writing the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council (NECO) is to pass the Senior School...

Combating discrimination in the academic setting

Discrimination is not alien to the academic setting. People have lost opportunities on account of discrimination against a segment of their identity. Today is the...

Academic excellence versus good grades

Academic excellence implies doing well in scholastic activities. It has been identified with having high grades/scores in any academic endeavour but the fact is...

Procedure to print 2018 Mock UTME slip

The Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examinations (UTME) holds on February 26 as announced by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB). EduCeleb.com presents you...

Trends in educating preschoolers

2 to 5 year olds can be a very challenging age group to manage for parents as well as teachers. In education, these age...

15 safety rules every school should implement

Let’s talk about safety. You own a school or probably administer one. Perhaps, you are a teacher in another educational institution. Safety rules are...

Reviving the Missing Innovators in Children

Shreyansh Shrivastava identifies how teachers can help develop the innovators among the school children they teach through particular strategies.  Innovation is the application of the...

Pre-Degree programme as a medium to ease university admission

You are probably not getting to hear about the Pre-Degree programme for the first time. Okay, maybe my assumption is wrong. Simply put, the...

How teachers can help students assimilate better

Learning has not taken place if what is taught is not internalised and understood by the students. Teachers have a major role to play...

5 goals parents can embrace for their school age children’s improvement

We began the school year with blank notebooks, pages fresh and clean. Backpacks were free of crumbs and leaked box drinks. Children woke up...
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