‘Teach­ers must keep class­rooms in­ter­est­ing’

Daily Trust - - EDUCATION - From Ahmed Ali, Kafan­chan

A Neuro-lin­guis­tic pro­gram­ming (NLP) prac­ti­tioner has said teach­ers must adopt strate­gies to keep their classes in­ter­est­ing and en­gaged.

Mr. Jesse Dakat stated this in a vale­dic­tory ser­vice for the 2017 set of stu­dents of the Fed­eral Sci­ence and Tech­ni­cal Col­lege (FSTC), Kafan­chan.

He said us­ing tra­di­tional meth­ods of teach­ing in schools tended to get stu­dents bored and that a teacher must in­te­grate fun and learn­ing in such a way that learn­ing’s ob­jec­tives are in­ter­nalised and stu­dent’s in­ter­est and par­tic­i­pa­tion are en­gaged seam­lessly.

He also urged the grand­uands to be self­em­ployed and turn away from gov­ern­ment jobs.

From right: Min­is­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion, Malam Adamu Adamu; Ira­nian Am­bas­sador to Nigeria, Morteza Rahimi Zarachi and Min­is­ter of State for Ed­u­ca­tion, Prof. An­thony An­wukah, dur­ing the am­bas­sador’s visit to the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion in Abuja Photo:

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