The need for teachers to adopt teaching strategies has been identify as one of the ways of impacting knowledge on students.
This assertion was made during a capacity building on teaching strategies for the the mararraban-dandaudu tutors, mentors and implementation committee members of the Niger State Teacher Professional Development Institute.
The Chairman Subcommittee on In service and Quality Assurance of the Niger State Teacher Professional Development Institute, Professor Ibrahim Adamu Kolo described the workshop as a wake up call to address some of the challenges face by a model school as the one in Mararraban Dandaudu.
Professor Kolo stressed out the need for tutors to adopt the use of instructional materials in other to aid teaching, he explained that teaching aid makes learning interesting and simple to understand.
In her presentation, the Chairperson Niger State Teacher Professional Development Institute, Hajiya Dije Jibrin Bala mni, MFR, emphasized that the tutors must inculcate discipline and knowledge into the students to achieved the desire results envisioned for the Mararraban Dandaudu center.
Hajiya Dije further highlighted that the model designed for the Mararraban Dandaudu center is to redress the attitude towards teaching as a profession in other to make it an attractive and lucrative carrier pursuit.
About 16 presentations were made by 6 Resource Person namely: Hajiya Dije Bala mni, MFR, Professor Ibrahim Adamu Kolo, Professor C.C. Nsofor, Dr Hadiza A. Mohammed, Dr Bello Muhammad Rabiu and Adamu Khalid all members of the Implementation committee inducting 23 tutors, 3 mentors, 7 secretariat staffs and 14 implementation committee members, other attendees during the workshop are secondary education board (School Services), State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Representative of the Niger State Ministry of Education (Quality Assurance) and Private Schools Board.
By: Muhammad Muhammad