Module 1: Rejuvenating Maths Teachers
The interest of young people in Maths has been on the decline in many countries including Nigeria. Teachers complain that learners are unserious and difficult to engage in learning. Learners on the other hand consider Maths a boring and difficult subject. Maths can actually be quite interesting, useful for problem solving and beneficial in many aspects of life. Teachers play a vital role in helping students learn and understand Maths. They can help students develop an understanding of the fundamentals of mathematics, as well as foster problem-solving skills and 21st century skills.
Through their guidance, teachers can help students achieve outstanding performance in maths.
Unit 1: Learning Theories And Psychology of Teaching And Learning Math14:26
Unit 2: Learning Theories And Pschology of teaching math14:16
Unit 3: Case Study -> Application of Learning Theories Background3:18
Rejuvenating Math Teachers
Module 2: Maths Curriculum Content and Proficiency Strands
A Maths teacher’s mastery of content and proficiency strand are vital critical to effective teaching
and learning of Maths. In addition to these two, the teacher’s expectations of students is just as important if
not the most fundamental pillar in ensuring that students are open to learning maths to the highest level.
Unit 1: Maths Curriculum Learning Strands Objectives11:09
Unit 2: Maths Proficiency Strands14:14
Unit 3: Embedding 21st Century Skills in Math Lesson5:31
Unit 4: Number Sense7:22
Maths Curriculum Cotent and Proficiency Strands
Module 3: Adopting Suitable Blended Learning Models
Blended Learning is an instructional approach. It’s a way that we combine in-person instruction and integrate technology into our classrooms. In a nutshell, it blends face-to-face learning with opportunities for students to integrate with technology while learning in class.
Module 3: Blended learning Assessment
Module 4: Digital Ecosystem: Tools and Platforms
In this 21st century, and with the new wave of technological teaching and learning accelerated by the COVID-19 Pandemic, teachers must demonstrate an understanding of the tools and device set-up procedures for content creation, content flow tools, content support platforms and use of cloud storage systems among others. In creating a total digital experience that facilitates effective Blended classes; the teacher must be familiar with the basic configuration for their device and app combination.
Module 4: Digital Ecosystem Asssessment
Module 5 : Learning Content Collation and Digitizations
Collation and digitization of learning contents are important components of online teaching and learning. Unlike the traditional teaching method where most, if not all teaching and instructional materials are
physical, virtual teaching requires a combination of different graphical elements (text, videos, images, animations, effects etc), converted and saved in a format that allows for easy usage, accessibility and distribution.
Getting Started With Canva2:22
How to Download and Install Canva0:57
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Learning content processor (ChatGPT/ChatSonic):4:25
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Learning content processor Chatgpt3:09
Introduction to Metaverse6:48
Using Capcut Video Editor3:19
Module 6: Strategies and Tools for Effective Math Lessons
Unit 1: Mental Math Objectives3:01
Unit 2: Traditional Games And Gamification7:32
Strategies and tools for effective maths lessons
Module 7: Lesson Planning: Building Blocks
The quality of preparation of a teacher determines the quality of lesson delivery. Lesson planning is mandatory for all teachers. Hence a lot of attention is devoted to planning lessons during teacher training.
Recently the Lagos State Ministry of Education revised the unified schemes of work for primary schools and included 21st century skills and web based resources in order to enrich quality of lessons delivered across the state.
This module will examine lesson plans used by outstanding teachers across the globe to identify building blocks common to lesson plans prepared by these professionals.
Unit 1: Component Of A Good Lesson Plan7:03
Unit 2: Problem Sovling7:37
Module 7 Assessment – Lesson Planning Building Blocks
Module 8: Continuous Professional Development Services
In this final Module, take a online course to earn your Microsoft Innovative Educator recognition.
Using Excel to Collate Student Data5:50
Module 9: Hands On Lesson Planning
A lesson is as good at the preparation made for it. Planning a lesson can be tasking. However, the benefits are immense. In this module, we will focus on applying what we have learnt so far.
• Setting appropriate expectation of students
• Consideration for how they learn
• Creating opportunities to develop the five proficiencies
• Use of games, number sense and other strategies
• Building blocks
Unit 1: Reflection for Lesson Planning5:53
Unit 2: Lesson Planning Learning4:58
Module 11: Deploying Learning Packs Using One note
During the lockdown, many schools attempted different means to ensure learning continues. While some had resources to fully deploy lessons online, some could only gather lesson materials such as workbooks, lesson texts, notebooks, crayons etc. and sent them to the homes of parents as a pack.
Deploying Learning Packs Using Google Class room7:31
Using Google ClassRoom Worksheets4:46
OneNote Quiz: Assessment