Kumba II Teachers Drilled On COVID-19 Teaching Techniques
By Prince Oben
Teachers in the Basic Education sector in Kumba II subdivision, Meme division, South West region have been schooled on COVID-19 teaching techniques.
This was the focus of a two day regional seminar/ workshop. It centred on improving teachers’ capacity within the context of COVID-19 to ensure resilience, equity , equality and inclusion
Officials said, it was also to ensure an effective implementation of the new curricula for the 2020/ 2021 school year.
The seminar brought together stakeholders in the basic education sub sector in kumba II Sub division. It was chaired by the Divisional delegate of Basic Education for Meme division, Beatrice Mukwelle Balemba in the presence of two Regional Pedagogic Inspectors and the Inspector of Basic Education for kumba II Sub division, Ivo Matuke Ebako.
The venue of the gathering was the Presbyterian Nursery School Fiango.
Welcoming the Participants mostly Head Teachers from Public, Lay-Private and Confessional schools, the Inspector of Basic Education for kumba II, Matuke Ebako enjoined them to take the training exercise seriously in order to impart the knowledge acquired to the Kids and Pupils in this challenging period of COVID-19.
. The stakeholders were drilled on topical issues such as : structure of the curriculum; breakdown of the curriculum format of an integrated weekly plan/example; an individual lesson plan; Project based learning; an example of a project / an integrated project chart; Pedagogy of integration: examples of integrated situations; strategies and techniques of teaching some new subjects and; strategies to curb the spread of COVID-19 in schools.
During the plenary, a general report was presented which culminated with the individual impressions of Participants.