16 Oct 2018

Mostly children with disabilities remain one of the main groups being widely excluded from quality education. The World Health Organisation and the World Bank estimate that one billion people experience some form of disability, also estimated that 93 to 150 million are children - these children are 10 times less likely to go to school than other children and when they do attend school, ...

03 Oct 2018

Many people believe that they don’t have what it takes to make a difference to the world. They believe only people like Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Thomas Edison and the likes, are capable of making a difference. Believing in students is not simply telling them that you believe in them, words matter only if they are true and if you demonstrate them by yo...

28 Sep 2018

Have you ever been in a situation when you had to finish your assignment really soon because the deadline is closing in, but you just can’t seem to focus? Are you having trouble keeping yourself motivated? Here are a few apps to help you get organized. Smartphones and other devices have so much to offer students in terms of expanding and assisting with their education. You can get help ...

28 May 2018

Let’s face it, the world is a completely different place now than it was 10 years ago. People have become more reliant on technology and, businesses are able to glean actionable insights from data collected, no matter the industry. The Learning and Development function is just like any other business process; it must evolve as employees and organizations mature, change and grow. To stay...

26 Apr 2018

Many people fail to attend higher schools because of financial issues with this reason, So many intelligent brains are been wasted on the streets, all in the name of the individuals can't afford to send himself school. Education is not a product; it is not something we “deliver”; and it shouldn't be treated as a commodity. Education is a process, one that takes place in the mind of the...

06 Mar 2018

When the First World War broke out, little did Nigerians realize that the beginning and the end of the war would usher in a glorious beginning for Nigeria. Northern Protectorate before 1914 prior to the age of European penetration, that Traditional Education had transformed the people in the spheres of technology, arts, jurisprudence, economics and politics. The Traditional system had f...