21st Century Teaching: A clarion call for rejuvenating professionalism

21st Century Teaching: A clarion call for rejuvenating professionalism

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Stephen Williams proposes a model for the rejuvenating of professionalism among teachers in this article. He proposes regular training of educators, allowance for collaboration among them among other things to improve the overall learning process. The focus for change in education is…

How sports can boost school enrolment and reduce out of school children

How sports can boost school enrolment and reduce out of school children

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Sport is a part of education. It can be a veritable tool to boosting school enrolment while also reducing out of school children. Students and graduates of tertiary institutions already know of Human Kinetics and Health Education (HKHE) or Physical and Health…

Towards restoring a functional Madrasah system

Towards restoring a functional Madrasah system

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Uthman Jaarullah bn Zakariyyah Oladele bn Abdullahi proposes reforms within the Madrasah system. In Nigeria, the Madrasah is variously called Islamiyya, Makaranta Ilmi, or Ilé Kéwú. It is the institution under which  the Almajiri system dominantly operates. The writer establishes that many…

15 safety rules every school should implement

15 safety rules every school should implement

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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 essential in every school and should be implemented. Safety used to be considered as the responsibility of organisations…

Reviving the Missing Innovators in Children

Reviving the Missing Innovators in Children

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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 better solutions and ideas that can be implemented to meet the new emerging requirements. The burden of…

Dear teacher, your appearance counts  By Nancy Ekpezu

Dear teacher, your appearance counts By Nancy Ekpezu

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Nancy Ekpezu admonishes teachers on adopting appropriate dressing as representatives of their noble profession. If you must be successful as a teacher or a leader, please make a deliberate effort to always appear professional at work. Your appearance counts! Don’t let anybody…

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