Category Educational

What Do You Make Of This New Directive To Schools In Kwara State?

The Kwara State government has given new directives to public school administrators within the state and therefore banned some existing components of morning assemblies. The directive was contained in a statement released by the state’s Commissioner for Education and Human

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This Australian Mum’s Creative Approach Towards Making Her Kids Tidy Up Is One To Adopt

There’s few things that are as frustrating for a mum as having to constantly clean the mess the kids create all day. Not only is it energy sapping, you find that you have to go through the cycle over and

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How Nurturing Your Child’s Curiosity Improves Their Learning- Psychologist, Susan Engel

Instead of shutting down your child’s curiosity and taming them all together, Senior Lecturer and Psychologist, Professor Susan Engel says you should nurture it. Curiosity is a formidable, innate skill that helps young children to learn deeply and lastingly, our

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Five Traits Of A Narcissist Female According To Celebrity Mum, Victoria Inyama

Celebrity mum, Victoria Inyama has recently graduated from a UK university and is putting her degree in Social Psychology to good use already. Last week, she shared broad knowledge on the behaviours of narcissistic females but today she shared on

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UPDATE: JAMB Proposes Date For 2020 UTME Examinations

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released an update on 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examinations (UTME) and when the examination will hold. According to reports, the board proposed March 14 to April 4, 2020, for the Unified Tertiary

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”Trafficking In Persons’ To Form Part Of School Curriculum’ – Minister Of Education, Adamu Adamu

The menace of Trafficking in Persons (TIP) across the country has raised genuine concerns as the Federal Government and other stakeholders are seeking ways to curb the ill act. One of the ways, they are considering is mainstreaming issues of

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Kano State Governor Reveals How New Education Policy Will Protect Girls In The State From Underage Marriages

Kano State Governor, Abdulahi Ganduje, has revealed that the education policy in the state has reduced the menace of child-bride in the state. The governor disclosed this on Sunday night during the 2019 Human Rights Summit/Award with the theme, ‘Adopting

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Here’s Why World Organisations, EU And UN Are Asking Schools To Include Anger Management In Basic & Civil Education

The European Union, United Nations and the federal government have called for the inclusion of anger management in the curriculum of basic and civil education. Also, in its on- going tripartite collaboration, which is known as the Spotlight Initiative in

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Wife Of Nigeria’s Vice President, Dolapo Osinbajo Delivers Message Of Hope To Out-Of-School Girls

The wife of Nigeria’s vice president, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo has admonished young women and girls with a truly beautiful message in hopes that they will become better versions of themselves as well as be better positioned to harness their potentials.

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WAEC Withdraws 1992, 1993 Candidates’ Certificates, Gives Reasons [Check Out The List]

The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has released the list of withdrawn certificates of candidates, who were believed to have engaged in malpractices during its examinations held as far back as December 1992 and 1993, Daily Post gathers. WAEC released

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A School In Spain Teaches Household Chores To Boys As Part Of Initiative To End Gender Inequality

Ironing, sewing, and cooking are basic tasks that most people learn at home. But it’s totally different when a school offers it as an additional class, so that the students, particularly boys, build values in regards to gender equality and

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President Muhammadu Buhari Shares On How Schooling At A Boarding House Shaped His Life

President Buhari on Monday, December 2nd in Daura, Katsina State, extoled the virtues of education and said the socio-economic and political salvation of Nigeria would come from access to learning. The President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam

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Comedienne ‘Omo Ibadan’ Shares How Her Celebrity Status Affected Her Academic Journey

Being a celebrity is the dream of many people across the globe. But many never thought of the price you will have to pay if you ever become one. One would have presumed that comedienne and actress Lizzy Jay, better

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Expert Advice On The Correct Way To Use Antibiotics

Some concerned pharmacists have advised Nigerians on the correct ways of using antibiotics, while warning of the dangers of indiscriminate use of same. The experts spoke on Friday at an event organised by the ST. RACHEAL’S Pharmaceutical Nigeria Ltd. to

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Sad Tales Of Kano Children Who Stay Away From School So Their Parents Can Feed (Photos)

A pathetic story has been told of children in Kano state who stay away from school so their parents can feed. At 14, Abubakar Idris (not real name) would pass as a breadwinner for his family in Sabon Gari, Ungogo

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Nigerian Dad, Ayo Bankole Voices His Disappointment After He Went To His Child’s PTA Meeting & Found 4% Of Parents In Attendance Were Men

A Nigerian dad has taken to Twitter to voice out his disappointment after he went for his son’s PTA meeting and noticed that only 4% of parents in attendance were fathers. According to Ayo Bankole, it is “unacceptable” and he

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12-Year-Old Nigerian Boy, Chika Ofili Wins Special Recognition Award In The UK For Discovering A New Mathematics Formula

A 12-year-old Nigerian boy, Chika Ofili has been awarded the TruLittle Hero award for discovering a new way to divide in mathematics. Chika’s mathematics teacher, Miss Mary Ellis who is also the head of the mathematics department at Westminster Under School said

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2020 UTME: JAMB Releases Important Information On Parents, Third Parties Making Changes To Candidates’ Profile

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has barred parents, guardians and other persons from making any changes to the data page or profile of candidates for the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME). The board, according to Daily Post

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This Useful & Practical Twitter Thread By May Be Useful To Keep Your Loved One Alive If They Ever Suffer A Stroke

A stroke is a medical term for blockage in the brain which could cause temporary or permanent damage to nerves and or even cause deaths, the condition is also quite common but the many deaths that occur from it may

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How Blue Light Can Dramatically Cause Aging And Shorten Lifespan- Study

New research at Oregon State University suggests that the blue wavelengths produced by light-emitting diodes damage cells in the brain as well as retinas. Prolonged exposure to blue light, such as that which emanates from your phone, computer and household

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State Government Partners With UNICEF To Abolish Corporal Punishment In Schools

The use of corporal punishment in Nigerian schools has been a controversial issue across the country. While some consider as a necessary measure to instill discipline and foster compliance among students, others disagree, describing the act as inhuman. Critics of

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State Adopts Hausa As Language Of Instruction In Schools

Stakeholders globally have for years canvassed that school children be taught in the languages that they speak at home. In many countries where children where children are not taught in their mother languages, the approach can be a potent source

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How To Protect Your Eyes From The Growing Rates Of Eye Problems/Blindness From Over-Exposure To Phones- Consultant Ophthalmologist, Chioma Uchendu 

Chioma Uchendu, a consultant ophthalmologist with the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, has advised regular breaks from smartphones and other devices like computer and television screens to avoid damage to the eyesight. Uchendu, who gave the advice in an interview with

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Controversy Ensues As Teachers, Parents Trade Words Over Use Of Corporal Punishment In Schools

The use of corporal punishment in Nigerian schools has been a controversial issue across the country. While some consider as a necessary measure to instill discipline and foster compliance among students, others disagree, describing the act as inhuman. Critics of

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