Katsina teachers training educative, informative, exciting – participants
The over 8,000 participants of the ongoing teachers training in the eight Local Government Areas of Katsina State said the training is quite informative and full of new knowledge.
The participants, who spoke with Katsina Post also added that the modules they were taught are not only relevant but also timely in conformity with the current global best practices.
Malam Ishaq Ibrahim who is the Principal of Rawayau Secondary school while commending the organizers of the training and the state government, told Katsina Post that the knowledge impacted on them will last forever.
Another teacher from Government Science Secondary School, Dutsin-ma, Malam Abdulmalik Shehu who participated in the training said the training is exciting especially because of the introduction of the modern ICT self learning and teaching tools like ABM library, Go-Teacher+, ktsteaches.com social networking tools.
On her part, a teacher working at Dambo Tukur Model Primary School Ingawa, who also participated in the training, Hajiya Fatima Muhammad expressed her happiness on how its reminded her of many teaching techniques and classroom management skills and also promised to apply them.
She however called on the organizers to look into extending the days of the training to more than three days only as, according to her, are not enough.
Others who spoke to Katsina Post also commended the Executive Governor of the State and the organizers and also advised for the introduction of a meal in further trainings.
Recall that teachers from the eight Local Government Areas namely Safana, Batsari, Danmusa, Kurfi, Dutsin-ma, Kankia, Kusada and Ingawa amounting too over 8,000 are being trained in batches in a period of four weeks.
The training is being carried out by the Pleasant Library and Book Club with support from Katsina State Government.
In total, over 32,000 teachers are going to be trained across the state.