The training will focus on enriching STEM curriculum through innovative activities for students, available learning and teaching resources as well as enriching educator’s skills in engaging and motivating their students. The training aims to support teachers with a new and innovative approach to teach: The participants are offered pedagogical approaches towards STEM in education.
Date: 13th – 31st July 2020 (twice weekly)
Commitment Fee: N2000
Are you a Nigerian in diaspora?. Teach your kids to speak Igbo or Yoruba language with fun and ease. Classes begin 1st June 2020 and may run for a duration of 3-weeks to 6 weeks, meeting 2 times a week for 1.5 hours each meeting. Classrooms have a maximum of 8 students (Ages 7 to 17 years). Focus is on individual attention and improved learning outcomes. Cost varies based on the classroom and age of kids.
Apply Now. Space is limited.
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Are you a teacher who can teach virtual classrooms? Earn extra income.
Glocal Classrooms are teacher-led programs that connect Classrooms in the United States with Classrooms in Africa. Selected teachers and their students will be paired with peer teachers and students across continents in a one to one model that enhances multicultural learning. An Integrated, project-based curriculum that enhances collaboration will be provided. Classes are facilitated virtually on our platform via zoom or google meet.
Classes start June 2020 and usually run for a duration of 3weeks to 6 weeks, meeting 2 times a week for 1.5hours each meeting.
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The second edition of the WAAW Foundation Digital Literacy Skills is for teachers with basic reading skills who want to learn the fundamentals of how to effectively use digital technologies.
Date: Every Friday, May 29th – June 12th, 2o2o
Time: 2 pm
Commitment fee: N2,000. To make a payment click here
Application deadline: May 27th, 2020
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WAAW Foundation College-Fellows mentorship meetup with Tolu O. Adeyemo, the Acting Executive Director of WAAW Foundation.
Date: Sunday 29th March 2020
Time: 7PM WAT
Venue: WAAW Fellows WhatsApp group.
WAAW Foundation respectfully invite secondary school STEM/ICT Teachers to participate in a comprehensive one-week Teachers professional development & training workshops in Calabar for public and private schools.
Date: April 14th – 18th April, 2020
Venue: American Space Center, 37 Ekpo Archiving Street Parliamentary Municipality, Calabar.
Time: 9am – 4pm.
Application Link: http://bit.do/Calabar-teachers-training
Global Schools in collaboration with WAAW Foundation holds a 1-day seminar for school Administrators and Educators on the Theme: STEM and Innovation for Quality Education (SDG 4)
Application Link: http://bit.ly/TTlagos
She Hacks Africa Coding boot camp is a one month intensive in-person training workshop for youth between the age of 17 – 35 years. Youths learn software programming and then practice what they have learned in project-based exercises that builds change makers and technology innovators and entrepreneurs.
Date: April 20th – May 15th, 2020
Venue: KLab Office, 6th Floor, Telecom House, 8 KG 7 Ave, Kigali, Rwanda.
Application Link: http://bit.ly/RwandaSHA
Troan Digital in partnership with WAAW Foundation presents a 6-Saturdays Practical Cybersecurity for development training is currently on at Lagos Nigeria.
Application link: http://bit.ly/CybersecurityWAAW