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  The National Teachers Institute NTI is collaborating with the Universal Basic Education Commission UBEC in training Nigerian teachers in the Learning Recovery Program The Nigerian News Agency reports that the Train the Trainer workshop that started in Kaduna on Monday will end on November 25 Speaking at the event the Director General of the Institute Prof Musa Maitafsir said that the workshop was to train teachers to know how to deliver knowledge in case of eventualities It is a remote learning system for teachers in the country to operate in accordance with existing global trends This is part of our sustained effort to improve the quality of teachers in the country with a view to empowering them to be diligent in their duties he said Dr Zainab Shuaibu Supervisor Strengthening Math and Science EducationAlso speaking Dr Zainab Shuaibu Supervisor Strengthening Mathematics and Science Education SMASHE said Since a learning gap was created due to COVID 19 the learning recovery program becomes mandatory for close The learning recovery program seeks to ensure that student learning progresses even in a pandemic disaster or insecurity situation The training was designed to maintain continuity of academic delivery even at the onset of severe disruption or decreased access to essential school resources or facilities She said the goal was to devise strategies to help teachers and students smoothly embrace the culture of using simple communication tools like smartphones Shuaibu said Technology is here to stay so everyone needs to face reality and be relevant in the 21st century school operation The workshop is now training selected teachers from the northwestern and southeastern states The general objectives of the training are to train teachers in the use of audio and multimedia tools in order to develop micro learning lessons as open educational resources to broadcast by radio and mobile phones It is also to help teachers use the podcasts developed to achieve learning objectives in different subject areas as well as encourage teachers to use the podcasts This is to supplement their face to face classroom practice to close instructional gaps created by school closures as a result of the pandemic among others Mani edited Source Credit NAN
NTI, UBEC train teachers on learning recovery programme

National Teachers Institute

The National Teachers Institute (NTI) is collaborating with the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) in training Nigerian teachers in the Learning Recovery Program.

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Nigerian News Agency

The Nigerian News Agency reports that the Train-the-Trainer workshop that started in Kaduna on Monday will end on November 25.

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Director General of the Institute

Speaking at the event, the Director General of the Institute, Prof. Musa Maitafsir said that the workshop was to train teachers to know how to deliver knowledge in case of eventualities.

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”It is a remote learning system for teachers in the country to operate in accordance with existing global trends.

“This is part of our sustained effort to improve the quality of teachers in the country, with a view to empowering them to be diligent in their duties,” he said.

Zainab Shuaibu

Dr. Zainab Shuaibu, Supervisor, Strengthening Math and Science Education

Also speaking, Dr. Zainab Shuaibu, Supervisor, Strengthening Mathematics and Science Education (SMASHE), said, “Since a learning gap was created due to COVID-19, the learning recovery program becomes mandatory for close.

”The learning recovery program seeks to ensure that student learning progresses even in a pandemic, disaster or insecurity situation.

“The training was designed to maintain continuity of academic delivery even at the onset of severe disruption or decreased access to essential school resources or facilities.”

She said the goal was to devise strategies to help teachers and students smoothly embrace the culture of using simple communication tools like smartphones.

Shuaibu said, “Technology is here to stay, so everyone needs to face reality and be relevant in the 21st century school operation.

”The workshop is now training selected teachers from the northwestern and southeastern states.

”The general objectives of the training are to train teachers in the use of audio and multimedia tools, in order to develop micro-learning lessons as open educational resources to broadcast by radio and mobile phones.

”It is also to help teachers use the podcasts developed to achieve learning objectives in different subject areas, as well as encourage teachers to use the podcasts.

“This is to supplement their face-to-face classroom practice to close instructional gaps created by school closures as a result of the pandemic, among others.”

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