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Adefisayo commissions teachers with innovative lessons according to COVID-19 : Nigerian Education

Folashade Adefisayo, State Commissioner for Education in Lagos
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Teachers have challenged to improve the use of innovative teaching methods to improve teaching and learning after COVID-19.

Lagos State Education Commissioner, Ms. Folasade Adefisayo, made the indictment at a government-organized webinar to strengthen the capacity of teachers and stakeholders in the education sector before school resumption while preparing them for COVID-19 delivery.

Kayode Abayomi, head of the public affairs department at the Ministry of Education, quoted Ms. Adefisayo that the training aimed to develop the competencies of teachers and to inform them about best practices for coping with the challenges in the education sector posed by COVID-19.

According to the Commissioner, “This seminar will prepare teachers for readmission and update them with the latest facts to improve their teaching skills and guide children towards better academic performance.”

Ms. Adefisayo also stressed that the webinar “Mitigating Strategies Against Erosion in the Education Sector” is becoming essential given the current global crisis and the need for education stakeholders to remain safe, healthy and healthy during this time.

While commending the tireless efforts of the state government to reduce the spread of the virus and seek permanent solutions to the pandemic, the commissioner believed that given the long stay of students at home and the closure of schools for such a long period that has never happened before, students are likely to face challenges ranging from hunger, sexual abuse, domestic violence to emotional, social and psychological vice. This made it urgently necessary to prepare the mind of the teachers to adapt to the requirements of the “New Normal”.

She said this would be practical if the teachers were able to deal with the students, expand love, and assure them that this phase could not hinder their bright future.

She also highlighted that the training focuses on three key dimensions, with an emphasis on graphology – an essential tool for predictive learning, effective communication for development, maintaining an all-round learner and most importantly children’s rights, laws (where to get help for unstable finds) learners).

She informed the audience that each session was led by experienced and experienced child development professionals.

In her words: “The goal is to remain relevant and productive during the post-Covid era. So there is an urgent need to equip our teachers with the skills necessary to meet and overcome the challenges of the pandemic. ”

Adefisayo concluded by asking participants to be innovative and to maximize this opportunity for the sector to operate effectively.

At the beginning of her welcome speech, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Ms. Abosede Adelaja, was optimistic that the webinar will allow stakeholders to discover new methods of student relationship and think about what to do to survive the new normal .

It urged participants and teachers to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the three-day training program, as the state will not give up its commitment to the improved standard of teaching and learning outcomes in the state.

The guest speaker, Mr. Oladipupo Macjob from MACDIPTOY Consulting Limited, praised the government of the State of Lagos for the commendable initiative to prepare teachers for the upcoming job.

He urged virtual learning participants to maximize this program to improve teaching and learning.

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