In line with our mission to stem the tide, as seen in the challenges associated with building and maintaining an effective IT capacity amongst youth at primary and secondary school levels, the most conspicuous being the inability of these students to sit for Computer Based Tests (CBTs), DPI organizes an IT capacity building workshop for school teachers at all levels twice in a year to give them the needed technological boost required for teaching and learning in schools.
This Summit is a hands-on-learning workshop for teachers on Information and Communications Technology and its applications to Schools’ Management and learning systems.
This event provides an opportunity for teachers to learn practical ideas on how they can leverage on ICT as a teaching tool to foster learning and also make school management systems easier. The training allows teachers to share IT experiences and get solutions to IT challenges within their schools. Furthermore, the program offers ideas on tested and proven content to be taught to students in schools.
The chosen content addresses particular educational needs and lapses that use ICT as a tool to meeting the identified need or lapse.