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Passionate about re branding Nigerian teachers and teaching people about Nigeria.
Passionate about re branding Nigerian teachers and teaching people about Nigeria.

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REINVENT YOUR CLASSROOM
Teachers are often prone to get overwhelmed with school activities, lessons and everything else in between. When teachers are faced with meeting deadlines, completing the syllabus and all one will agree that all these can make a teacher develop patterns and...
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Wait Time: a priceless teaching technique for teachers
Wait time! So simple yet so powerful. Many times, teachers unknowingly make students come up with hasty conclusions by the way they ask questions and demand for the answers in class. Scenario The teacher asks five-year-old pupils to mention major landmarks ...
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ONLINE COURSE ALERT: BECOMING A TRENDY TEACHER
Jolaawo was a 24 year old guy from an average Nigerian family. His parents were teachers and he always wanted to be one as well. He used to  believe that as a teacher, hewill close early from work and have  other small businesses that can fetch him more mon...
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WORK LIKE THE LIONS
Ever heard of that feline called the Lion? I think that's an asinine question.  You see what I  did with the-ine words there?  Well, when hunting the lion works in a team of "professionals" called a "pride", unlike its cousins the cheetah, tiger and the leo...
WORK LIKE THE LIONS
WORK LIKE THE LIONS
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SUNDAY'S STORY
This little chap, Sunday, is a pupil of a school that we, David Obianyor, Idara Umosen and a formidable team,have been working with in partnership with the kind Obaforehanmi for about three months. During our last leg of the first phase of the project, his ...
SUNDAY'S STORY
SUNDAY'S STORY
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SUNDAY'S STORY
This little chap, Sunday, is a pupil of a school that we, David Obianyor, Idara Umosen and a formidable team,have been working with in partnership with the kind Obaforehanmi for about three months. During our last leg of the first phase of the project, his ...
SUNDAY'S STORY
SUNDAY'S STORY
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TEACHERS: QUIT BLAMING EVERYONE EVALUATE YOURSELF
There you go again, sitting down at the edge of your bed at the wee hours of the morning, head bent, hands clasped in grief and despair. One of your popular lines is, “When will things start working for me?” Wallowing in self-pity you console yourself that ...
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SAFETY TIPS FOR TEACHERS
About two years ago, I was on my way back from private tutoring when this happened. I had chosen the location because of it's proximity to my house without considering how much disruption traffic will cause. At 8:40pm I drove off from the lesson hoping to g...
SAFETY TIPS FOR TEACHERS
SAFETY TIPS FOR TEACHERS
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when teachers cease to look like teachers
Scene 1 I got on board quite late as I was not keen on lining up
with the long queue when I could just sit down comfortably to complete episode
11 of Jenifa's Diary in peace. Just as I planned, I finished the episode and happily
strolled in behind a couple ...
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TEACHER/FASHIONISTA/SMARTMONEYMAN/ENTERTAINER/MENTOR/ NIKEADDICT
' Regular is boring' is your usual line and you have proven that over and over.  The extraordinary person with me in this video is David Obianyor, a teacher whom I would like to celebrate today. We first met in 2014 when he was transferred to my branch to b...
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