The Niger State Universal Basic Education (NSUBEB) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have introduced a modern lesson plan for teachers of primary schools in the state.
This was introduced during a four-day training for the state Teachers Development Team (TDTs) and Teachers Facilitator (TFs) organised by NSUBEB in conjunction with UNICEF.
The lesson plan was a modern Based Numeracy Skills Additional Term II that would be used by primary schools teachers to teach pupils in primary one to four.
Assistant Director Education, NSUBEB, Abubakar Yusuf, disclosed that participants were being trained on modern ways of planning lesson plan.
Lead Facilitator, Dr Chado Umaru, said that Niger state was adopting numeracy, a scheme of Educational Support Programme of Nigeria that would be used to teach pupils of primary school.
He noted that the participants were expected to step down the training to teachers in 677 UNICEF focal primary schools in nine local government areas.
“The teachers will also be trained on how to add the numeracy method into their lesson plan. The plan is already prepared, all the teachers need is to follow it in sequence term by term,” he said.
Another Facilitator, Dr Mohammed Baba, said the numeracy method was more activity based and child’s centered that allows pupils participate during the lesson.
One of the participants, Mr Mohammed Ndanusa from Gbako, said they were being trained on structure of lesson plan such as addition and substraction using numeracy.
Another participant, Ms Ladidi Maudu from Munya, said the training would make teaching of mathematics for teachers and understanding of it easier.
“All the teachers will needs to do is to use the already prepared materials to teach pupils and we as participants are to go back to these schools to step down what we have learned to the teachers,” she said.For information on Press Releases, Photos, Promotional Events and Adverts, Please message us on WhatsApp via (+234) 09052129258, 08124662170 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.