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THE FUTURE, OUR PAST AND EDUCATION IN AFRICA

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Pre-Covid-19, almost 99.4% of the student learning lies in the hands of the teachers but Covid-19 greatly shifted the scale as 100% of learning curve lies on the student.

We are never going back to what is normal, we must redefine the new normal (Adtya Krishnan Teach for India)

For the past two day, I have been on a global conference for teachers SCHMIDT FUTURES and during the network sessions I came across several innovative solutions worldwide that are pushing the way kids learn.

I am forced to say a lot of people are re-branding learning and it is working as tech is been used to rate, scale, and manage the processes.

We need to start collaborating and discussing on new blueprints while taking our mind off the inclination that things will go back to what it is.

How the WhatsApp groups sustainable?

Do your teachers need more training on Zoom and Google classroom?

What plan do School owners have for scaling up and building a sustainable platform that is long termed?

Do we have any group brainstorming on what best step to go forward for schools?

Truth is a lot of organization are doing this as we speak and we might just be waiting to pay for ideas we could develop ourselves that will suit our clime and are better structured for blended learning.

Wake up
Scofield O Idehen

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