Federal Ministry of Education, Skool Media Celebrate Conclusion of National Digital Teachers’ Competition
In a joint effort to improve education in Nigeria, the Federal Ministry of Education and Skool Media, Nigeria’s top education technology company, celebrated the conclusion of the National Digital Teachers’ Competition.
The event, which ended on 16 January, served as a platform to elevate educational standards among teachers by integrating the use of digital tools and methods.
Teachers from more than 100 Federal Unity Colleges in Nigeria enthusiastically participated in the competition, demonstrating their ability to use technology to enhance students’ learning experiences.
The competition demonstrated a collective commitment to embracing digital transformation in the education sector.
Among the highlights of the competition were the recognition of outstanding educators at both national and regional levels.
The top three national winners were honoured with commendable prizes, including cash awards and cutting-edge Exam Padi Tablets:
Zainab Umar from FGC Kaduna (North West) won N200,000 + 1 Exam Padi Tablet.
Oloye Olajide Augustin from FGGC Oyo (South West) won N150,000 + 1 Exam Padi Tablet.
Abraham Ngobiri from FGC Enugu (South East) won N100,000 + 1 Exam Padi Tablet.
Fifteen regional winners were celebrated for their exceptional performance in integrating digital technologies into their teaching practices.
These winners, representing various regions across Nigeria, were awarded customized Exam Padi Tablets to further enhance their teaching capabilities and subject expertise.
Moses Imayi, CEO/Founder of Skool Media, expressed his satisfaction with the outcome of the competition, stating, “The National Digital Teachers’ Competition was a challenge to our educators to embrace the digital age. A digitally empowered teacher can ignite the minds of students, opening doors to limitless possibilities. This competition was a testament to our commitment to promoting digital literacy among our educators.”
As Nigeria moves towards a digitally enabled future, initiatives like the National Digital Teachers’ Competition act as catalysts for educational progress and inclusive development.
By equipping educators with the necessary skills and resources to harness the power of digital technology, stakeholders can collectively work towards building a brighter and more prosperous future for generations to come.
For more information about Skool Media and its initiatives, please visit www.skoolmedia.ng.