13th July, 2010
Softgate Global Service (SGS) recently held a seminar on contemporary teaching techniques for effective classroom management for teachers all over the federation.
The event, which was held at the Banquet Hall of Ansar-Ur-Deen High School Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria was organised to teach teachers contemporary teaching techniques and classroom management based on the British national curriculum.
According to the chairman, who is also the training and development manager of SGS, Mr. Samuel Odeleye, the training programme was initiated to educate the teachers on how to equip their school with up to date ICT facilities, like computer interactive board, projectors and stable internet services.
During the training, Mr. Odeleye enlightened teachers, government and parents on how to carry out effective teaching plan with use of Information Technology.
The computer analyst also advised them to always beÂ good ambassadors to their wards by teaching them the right things at all times.
He advised the Federal Government to complement Nigerian curriculum with the British National Curriculum, to give Nigerian students an edge in the local and international examinations.
Odeleye also urged the federal and other states government to emulate Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), for including computer education in Lagos State Secondary Schoolsâ€™ curriculum.
These programmes are created to complement their formal education in order to be self reliant and become a better person to themselves, their families and the society at large.