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Niger State Ministry Of Education: UNICEF Train 675 Teachers On Digital Literacy

Niger State Ministry Of Education: UNICEF Train 675 Teachers On Digital Literacy – Following  the ongoing  effort to improve learning among children, the Niger State Ministry of Education, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Education  Fund (UNICEF), supported by Global Partnership Education (GPE), has trained 675 teachers on digital literacy to bridge learning gap. NIGERIAN TRIBUNE reports.

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Education Officer, UNICEF Kaduna Field Office, Mr Francis Elisha, stated this in Minna, at the weekend, stressing that the  training was to equip teachers  in the state with digital knowledge on how to use learning passport in teaching. Information Guide Nigeria

It  will be recalled  that  state government recently launched the Nigeria Learning Passport (NLP), an online e-learning platform with online mobile and offline capability, that enables continuous access to quality education. jamb results

Elisha explained  that digital literacy was part of UNICEF response to bridge learning gap using digital content,  saying  that for the NLP to be effective, there was the  need for teachers to be digitally inclined.

“It is a way of exposing teachers to digital literacy for learning through digital platform, this is to bridge learning gap between urban and rural areas as the LP have the capacity to work online and offline.

“The LP platform provide effective learning for children at home as it helps to address issues of learning gaps and challenges that children face or could face in terms of emergency  just like they were faced with during the  COVID-19,” he said.

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