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Edo Teachers Hail Obaseki As EDO SUBEB, UBEC Train 2000.

Teachers who are undergoing professional development have expressed their gratitude to the state governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki; the Executive Secretary of the Universal Basic Education (UBEC) Board, Dr. Hamid Bobboyi; and the Chairman of the Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (Edo SUBEB), Mrs. Ozavize E. Salami for the opportunity to participate in a world-class training programme in Benin City.

Teachers from Edo State’s hardest-to-reach communities are being educated to provide effective classes using proven methodologies as part of the EdoBEST initiative.

Many of the teachers, even those with more than ten years of experience, admitted to having had no formal training throughout the years. As a result, they praised the governor for introducing them to fresh ideas in the sphere of basic education service delivery through the training.

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“I have been a teacher for 13 years and this is the second training I have received so far, this training stands out because it has exposed me to new ideas, I am particularly thrilled that there are more productive methods to motivate my pupils to succeed,” Mrs. Egah Augustina who teaches at Ukhuanlen Primary School, Esan Central local government said. “With this new training, my pupils will do better”

Another teacher, Osakpolor Aimuaemnosa, who will work as a Learning and Development Officer, expressed her admiration for the emphasis on the use of technology and how it may enhance learning results. She remarked, “Governor Obaseki and Edo SUBEB have done very well with this training,” she said. “With this training, I can compete with teachers in developed countries.”

Governor Godwin Obaseki began implementing EdoBEST, a revolutionary basic education sector reform initiative, in 2018, with the goal of dramatically increasing learning results among Edo State students.

Over 12,000 teachers have been educated and given technology and assistance to conduct effective classes in the last three years.

According to studies, the government’s reform in the basic education arena is generating excellent effects, as student learning outcomes have greatly improved.

The latest round of trainings is aimed at equipping teachers in remote locations and increasing the number of instructors in Edo State’s elementary and secondary institutions.

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