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Call for Applications: 2019 Teacher Prize for Literature

Teach for Change Nigeria (TFCN) is an educational initiative borne out of the need to address the problems of teaching Literature in Nigerian secondary schools, and the lack of relevant instructional materials for teaching. Profiled...

Effective Strategies for Teaching: Free Webinar!

It's the beginning of another school year! Come learn a few more things that will help you spark up positive vibes and enhance your teaching performance this year.The topic for our first webinar is...

Educational Intervention: Amplifying the Voices of Internally Displaced Children

In March 2019, Teach for Change Nigeria volunteered to be part of the ReadABookNigeria Initiative (RABNI)'s IDP Camp TED Ed club; a three month educational intervention program that culminated into a day-event themed Voices:...

Creating an Engaging English Lesson: Four Quick Tips!

Have you ever wondered how best to get kids engaged in a book you're studying in class? Activities!!! Students generally enjoy walking around, talking, moving parts of their body, anything at all but sit...

Spice Up Your Teaching!

Have you ever thought of how you can make learning different from the usual? What are you currently teaching, how can you collaborate with teachers across other classes to make learning more meaningful and...

Teach for Change Nigeria Finalist of 2019 ELTons Awards for Innovation in English Language...

 I am so delighted to announce that Teach for Change Nigeria is a finalist of the 17th British Council ELTons Awards for Innovation in English Language Teaching 2019 in Local Innovation category. This educational...

A Teacher’s Guide – Second-Class Citizen by Buchi Emechata

Click To Download  A Teacher's Guide on Second-Class Citizen by Buchi Emecheta. The novel, Second-Class Citizen by Buchi Emechata tells the story of a young, determined woman, Adah Ofili whose ambition to live a better...

Building A Great Relationship With Your Students

I love making posts like this because I've learned teaching is nothing if you have no relationship with your students.  So two days ago, a boy in my English class told me he likes this...

A Quick Guide to Teaching Kids to Write

As teachers of language and literature, we've all had those frustrating moments grading our students' creative writing pieces and swallowing huge chunks of patience so you don't squeeze all the damn scripts and toss...

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