Here are some statistics to consider:
According to a report by the World Bank, Nigeria's education system faces significant challenges due to poor teacher quality, inadequate infrastructure, and inadequate learning materials. In 2017, only 57% of teachers in Nigeria were qualified to teach.
According to the United Nations, Nigeria has the highest number of out-of-school children in the world, with an estimated 10.5 million children out of school. The country also has low learning outcomes, with only 53% of children in primary school able to read a simple sentence in English.
Based on these statistics, we are focused on training teachers in Nigeria.
By improving teacher quality, we will improve learning outcomes for a larger number of students.
Trained teachers can develop better lesson plans, use effective teaching methods, and provide students with the necessary support to improve their academic performance.
To boost the innovative prowess of teachers in Nigeria,
Jomidoo is providing them with training on a variety of skills and topics:
implementation plan for our training program, including timelines, resources required, and the role of different stakeholders such as the state government, schools, and teachers:
Duration: 1 month
Conduct needs assessment
Duration: 3 – 6 months
Deliver training sessions to participating teachers …
Duration: 12 months
Teachers will implement new teaching practices in their classrooms ….