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Teach for Change Nigeria (TFCN) as an organisation has created a platform to assist teachers of Literature and other related subjects to harness their full potentials through their website and other social media platforms....

Join the TFCN Literature/English Teachers Whatsapp Webinars!

Founded in June 2018, Teach for Change Nigeria (TFCN) is committed to changing the teaching and learning of Literature in Nigerian secondary schools. Zainab Atobatele Abdulrasheed, active member of the TFCN Whatsapp group and...

Seven Facts About Zainab Atobatele Abdulrasheed, 2018 Winner of TFCN Teacher Prize for Literature

Atobatele Zainab is the inaugural winner of Teach for Change Nigeria (TFCN) Teacher Prize for Literature She is 29 years old and passionate about teaching and mentoring young people. Her love for...

2018 Winner of TFCN Teacher Prize for Literature

We are delighted to announce that Atobatele Zainab Abdulrasheed is the inaugural winner of Teach for Change Nigeria (TFCN) Teacher Prize for Literature.  Being the first year, we received a small amount of applications...

Learning Outside the Classroom!

We are learning about the prehistoric period in my Social Studies class and after series of lessons on artifacts, fossils, archaeology, anthropology and the stages of early human development, I decided to plan an...

Teaching Poetry: A Tool for Advocacy

Download Teaching Poetry: A Tool for Advocacy Every child in Nigeria and indeed the world, deserves to have a teacher who will guide her into becoming the best version of herself, into discovering powerful aspects...

Reflections and Why They Matter

Just like we sometimes find ourselves thinking about what we have done and how we can be better, it's also important to incorporate the idea of reflection into our lessons. This could be done...

On Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale – A Teacher’s Guide

Download A Teacher's Guide On Bayo Adebowale's Lonely Days here. Set in the western part of Nigeria, Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale tells the story of a widow, Yaremi and the ordeals she faces in...

WHY IS EVERYONE SO SAD?

So on this day, I was standing before my 7th grade class, a marker in hand and a wide smile on my face. Pointing to the board, I explained our daily routine while waiting...

Turning The New Nike ‘Just Do It’ Ad Into A Classroom Lesson

I stumbled on the 'Just Do It' Nike commercial on Instagram and after watching it almost a million times, I knew I had to share it with my 7th grade class who are currently...

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