National Teachers Conference organized by Maltina Teacher for the year with the theme class room without borders the new normal has openly enhance the knowledge of teachers in the state.
The conference which is the first of it kind in Yola,Adamawa State has impacted teachers on how improve the standard of education in the state.
Deputy Director in a university Dr Abudullhi Bashir, made the call at the National Teachers Conference organised by Maltina Teacher of the year Oluwabumi Alani, on Friday, in Yola, with the theme: “Classroom without border; the new normal.”
Bashir said that the current school curriculum needed to be revisited in the light of current developments in the education sector caused by technology and current global realities.
He added that this would help to improve the standard of education in the country and enable students compete with their peers around the world.
Dr Bashir also pointed that governments to look into teachers’ welfare with a view to align their remuneration with doctors, engineers and other professions.
Lending her voice in the conference, Mrs. Wilbina Jackson, Adamawa Commissioner for Education, loudly applaud the efforts of the organizer for her contributions to education development in the country.
Mrs. Maryam Abubakar, Executive Secretary, Post Primary Education Management Board, who represented Mrs Wabina Jackson, charged teachers to impact positively on the life of their students to succeed in future.
According to her, the world is moving towards technology, hence the need to encourage students to embrace it in order to succeed.
The convener of the conference,Oluwabumi Alana gladly appreciated all the teachers for their effort in impacting the students.
Being the winner of the of the Maltina teacher for the year her drive is to see students do exploit without malpractice.
Mrs. Christable Malachia, who spoke on behalf of the participants, said the conference was timely, as they had learnt a lot, having been exposed to how to relate well with the students, parents and other staff, as well as how to be good mentors.