The Nigerian Air Force Officers’ Wives Association (NAFOWA) on Wednesday commenced a 3-day training on modern teaching methodologies and classroom management for 100 teachers in its school, “Little Angels.’’
The training, in conjunction with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), had 60 of its teachers in Abuja and 20 each in Kaduna and Lagos States.
Speaking at the opening, Director-General of ITF, Sir Joseph Ari, charged the participants to take the workshop seriously as they serve as bridge between content and their students.
“Books are everywhere, curriculum are everywhere but your students require special skills.’’
Represented by Alhaji Faruq Wase, Deputy Director, Area Management, Abuja, Ari expressed satisfaction with the curriculum of the school, adding that the training was not only about managing the students but the participants as well.
Hajia Khadijatu Mudi, Deputy Director/Area Manager, ITF, Jos, noted that the training would add value to the curriculum development of the school.
She also said that with the training, the capacity of the teachers would be enhance to impart knowledge on students and manage their classrooms.
One of the participants, Mrs Blessing Imuh thanked NAFOWA for the opportunity, saying that the training would develop and prepare her for the new school session.
Another participant, Ruth Wobido said the training would improve her teaching skills as well as enhanced the learning capacity of pupils.
Edited by Johnson Eyiangho/Ismail Abdulaziz https://nnn.ng/nafowa-trains-teachers-on-modern-teaching-techniques/