December 1st 2018 Training Programme

Please find below the Programme for December 1st Face to Face Training Day


Quarterly Face-to-Face Training Day

Saturday, December 1st 2018

Grenville School,18 Ladoke Akintola Crescent, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos


TIME                                                   ACTIVITY                                VENUE

08.00am – 08.30am             Arrival & Registration                           Hall

08.30am – 08.45am             Welcome and Introduction                  Hall

08.45am – 09.00am             Participants Move to Rooms for 1st Round of Workshops

09.00am – 10.15am             1st Choice of Break-out Sessions       Rooms 1 – 10

10.15am – 10.30am             Participants Move to Rooms for 2nd Round of Workshops

10.30am – 11.45am             2nd Choice of Break-out Sessions      Rooms 1 – 10

11.45am – 12.00pm             Participants Move to Hall for Keynote Workshops

12.00pm – 2.00pm               Keynote: Quality Education (6) – Assessment for Learning (AFL):

Raising Standards through Assessments


2.00pm – 3.00pm                 Networking, Question & Answer Session           in the Hall

Notes to Facilitators and Participants

  1. There are 2 rounds of break-out sessions and they are grouped into 1st round and 2nd round as on the program below.
  2. The sessions have been arranged by Room Numbers so the first session will take place in Room 1 and so on.
  3. 1st round starts at 9.00am and ends at 10.15am prompt and 2nd round starts at 10.30am and ends at 11.45am prompt.
  4. Each facilitator has 1hr 15mins for their session and facilitators are advised to spend 1hr (60mins) on presentation and 15mins for questions and comments from participants.
  5. All sessions in the 1st round must end promptly at 10.15am to allow participants move to the room for their 2nd break-out session which begins at 10.30am prompt.
  6. In the same way all sessions in the 2nd round must end promptly at 11.45am to allow participants make their way back into the hall for the keynote session which begins at 12.00pm prompt.
  7. We appeal to both facilitators and participants to keep to time.


IDEAS MARKET PLACE-: 1ST Round – 09.00am to 10.15am



Topics Summary Facilitator


The Practical use of QR, VR and AR in Teaching and Learning


(Primary and Secondary Levels)

QR – Quick Response Codes, VR – Virtual Reality and AR – Augmented Reality are emerging essential tools for 21st century teaching styles. Participants at this workshop will learn how these resources can help the development of creativity and critical thinking skills in learners.


Fatima Audu


Tech Teachers



Consulting Firm)

2. Creative Classroom Decoration


(Nursery Level)


At this workshop, participants will explore a variety of ideas about classroom set up, appropriate displays in the classroom and how to connect the learning to the displays and engage children’s attention.


Maryam Tanko Salami

Lead Consultant,

MTS Edu-Consult

3. The Creative Use of Locally Available Materials as Instructional Materials


(All Levels)


Teachers learn how to make use of locally available materials like sand, rocks, plastics, paper, photos, newspaper, cards and games, books etc., to teach science and maths and literacy. How this can be achieved will be demonstrated at this workshop with specific topics in Science, Math and English.


Adedoyin Israel


Preschool & Elementary

Grenville Schools


4. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation in the Classroom


(All Levels)


Motivation plays an important role in students’ learning and behaviour. At this workshop participants will:
1. Define motivation and study the 5 approaches to motivation.
2. Differentiate between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
3. Identify how teachers can motivate students to learn.


Favour Omowunmi Ayemotse


FA Educational Consult

5. Developing a Good School Culture and School Climate


(All Levels)


Culture is the way of life of a school and the very essence of the school. It is what produces the school climate and it is responsible for how the school is perceived and projected by stakeholders, public and prospective clients. Olufunmilayo da-Silva

Head of School,

The Oakwood

Montessori School


6. School Security: Beyond Cameras and Locks


(Primary and Secondary Levels)


Many administrators in schools work tirelessly to ensure an environment free from hazards, danger and threat yet, security agencies and school administrators battle insecurity on a daily basis. This workshop looks beyond gadgets or devices to proffer solutions to schools’ security challenges.


Adetokun Rauf Babafemi

Postgraduate Student,

Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan

7. Teaching Entrepreneurship Skills in Schools


(Primary and Secondary Levels)


Children will develop independent skills and attain competence when such skills are taught at schools. Teaching entrepreneurship skills at schools, we must consider the following: motivation, self-discovery in order to build skills and competence and good behaviour and character to excel in life.


Ebele Uba

School Manager,

Gemsville School



8. Poor Academic Performance in Schools: Causes and Remedies.


(All Levels)


This workshop will explore:
1. Factors influencing academic performance in schools.
2. The effects of poor academic performance on the students, parents and teachers
3. Remedies for poor academic performance


Grace Busari

Lead Trainer, GREDU Consult


9. Improving Communication Skills to Become a Confident Public Speaker


(Primary and Secondary Levels)


This session will cover what public speaking is all about, its benefits and the route to becoming a confident speaker.

Also, there will be discussions on

1. Communication skills and how to acquire them.

2. Understanding your audience and how to win them over.


Abimbola Durojaiye

Managing Director,

Tactsequence Ltd.


10. Working Effectively with 21st Century Adolescents


(Secondary Level)


This workshop will help participants understand the style of communication and strategies required for teaching and working with 21st century adolescents


Ejakpovi Isaac

Head, Science and Technology,

Square College



IDEAS MARKET PLACE-: 2nd Round – 10.30am to 11.45am



Topics Summary Facilitator


Integrating Technology into the Teaching and Learning Process


(All Levels)


Research has shown students learn more effectively using appropriate learning tools during the teaching and learning process. This session will explore how different learning styles in the classroom are catered for with the use of technology. Toyin Awofeso

Lead Consultant,

Wealthunt Educational Services (WES)

2. The Care of Children in Crèches and Playgroups from the Age of 3months to 18months


(Early Years Foundation Level)

The most important responsibility of child care providers is to keep children safe and healthy. This can be achieved by eliminating hazards using effective methods in line with international best practices. This workshop will cover essential equipment, materials and resources that are needed and safe for this group of children. Adegboyega Fadare

Deputy Head of School,

Blooming Greens School


3. Student-Centered Learning


(All Levels)


Student-centered learning is the 21st century strategy by which the classroom space and learning procedures are restructured to allow the students engage with learning at their own pace. Participants will explore how student-centered learning provides opportunity for each student to learn in their own way. Akinremi Akinyemi


Wellspring College


4. Staff Development (Creating a Learning Continuum)


(All Levels)

This workshop will explore what is effective staff development program and how participants can benefit from continuous learning. It will also cover how inset days can be used to improve the quality of teaching staff in schools Aminat Tiamiyu


IMAAD Schools Lekki

5. Incorporating Soft Skills into the School Curriculum


(Primary and Secondary Levels)


This workshop will be exploring those skills that are considered as essential soft skills of the 21st century and their benefits. Participant will learn how to incorporate them into the school curriculum. Michelle


Lead Trainer,

Michel McWare

Learning Solutions

6. Achieving Security in Schools


(All Levels)


Security in schools cannot be undermined. This is one of the key points potential parents will consider when making enquiries about admission. This workshop will examine a few case studies, identify important security measures and discuss how best to handle security threats Omotosho O. Timothy


Thames Valley College


7. Embedding Reading Culture in Schools


(All Levels)


This workshop will examine the relationship between a school’s reading culture and children’s attainment. Participants will consider how reading for pleasure can be organised to support all children to become confident, keen and capable readers and a school become an outstanding reading school. Chinelo Ujubuonu

Consultant & Managing Director,


8. Implementing Project-Based Learning (PBL) in Nigerian Classrooms


(All Levels)


PBL helps students develop skills for living in a knowledge-based, highly technological society. This workshop will stimulate, and guide educators on how best to implement PBL in line with the Nigerian school curriculum. Muhammad


Head, HR and


Medmina College


9. The Teaching of Craft Work to Promote Creativity


(Nursery and Primary Levels)


Participants at this workshop will learn how engaging children in arts and Crafts encourages them to use their own ideas and create new things. Children also gain confidence in their abilities and become capable of making decisions and choices independently. Olubunmi Adewakun

Lead Consultant,



10. Closing the Gaps in Summative Evaluation for Quality Education in Nigeria: T-DIRP Model


(All Levels)


The bane of Nigeria’s poor education standard is summative evaluation. This workshop  will cover identification of the general teaching and learning gaps in summative evaluation, factors responsible for the gaps and introduce the T-DIRP – a model developed by CEPRAD in closing the gaps in summative evaluation. Segun Koublanou


Centre for Educational Policy, Research and Professional Development (CEPRAD)



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