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Approximately 840 public school teachers from the three Senate districts of Imo State have participated in the digital teaching program for students.

Innocent Nwosu, the southeast coordinator of the program and Imo’s training manager, told reporters yesterday at the training ground of the Owerri City Elementary School.

Innocent said that the digital training aims to teach students how to read and writenthrough the easiest way to enhance teachers’ ability to use sounds andnmovements.

His statement read: “This programme will enable us to provide the needed capacity for teachers to impact their students how to read and write and it is a multi-sensory approach in learning. Over time we have found out and as what many know, you see a primary six student and its difficult for them to read and write as a result this also affected their potentials and what they can do in the future.

“The programme like I told you is in collaboration with the Universal Basic Education, UBEC, Jolly Phonics and Universal leaning Solutions. The programme what it does was to convert all the different ways children play into learning. It breaks down everything in a simple way by using sound and actions to teach them. It helps children to write quickly.

“To solve these challenges of our students, we are training 840, teachers across the three senatorial zones and 760 are primary school teachers class 1 and 2 and 50 are education officers from state and local government areas of the state.”

“This is where we distinguished ourselves, this is because we have our coordinators to monitor the implementations of the training they have acquired and we also have an application that monitors whatever they do so what we are doing is completely a digital programme for the teachers, we do what we call mentoring and monitoring them and we have what we call teachers to network and they meet to do peer review and exchange more ideas to improve in better ways,” Nwosu disclosed.

840 teachers and educators received digital training at Imo

Approximately 840 public school teachers from the three Senate districts of Imo State have participated in the digital teaching program for students.

Innocent Nwosu, the southeast coordinator of the program and Imo’s training manager, told reporters yesterday at the training ground of the Owerri City Elementary School.

Innocent said that the digital training aims to teach students how to read and writenthrough the easiest way to enhance teachers’ ability to use sounds andnmovements.

His statement read: “This programme will enable us to provide the needed capacity for teachers to impact their students how to read and write and it is a multi-sensory approach in learning. Over time we have found out and as what many know, you see a primary six student and its difficult for them to read and write as a result this also affected their potentials and what they can do in the future.

“The programme like I told you is in collaboration with the Universal Basic Education, UBEC, Jolly Phonics and Universal leaning Solutions. The programme what it does was to convert all the different ways children play into learning. It breaks down everything in a simple way by using sound and actions to teach them. It helps children to write quickly.

“To solve these challenges of our students, we are training 840, teachers across the three senatorial zones and 760 are primary school teachers class 1 and 2 and 50 are education officers from state and local government areas of the state.”

“This is where we distinguished ourselves, this is because we have our coordinators to monitor the implementations of the training they have acquired and we also have an application that monitors whatever they do so what we are doing is completely a digital programme for the teachers, we do what we call mentoring and monitoring them and we have what we call teachers to network and they meet to do peer review and exchange more ideas to improve in better ways,” Nwosu disclosed.

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