National Teachers’ Institute Kaduna

What is the difference between Syllabus and Scheme of Work?

What is the difference between Syllabus and Scheme of Work? Syllabus refers to a list of topics or collection of outline of what pupils should s in a given year or specified period of teaching. It is a brief outline of the ground to be covered in course of lectures or lesson. The scheme of

Curriculum development principles

      Sociological Issues: Cultural Relevance: Societal values, beliefs, and cultural norms play a significant role in curriculum development. The curriculum must be culturally relevant to ensure that students can relate to and engage with the content. Socialization: As mentioned, schools are agents of socialization. Curriculum developers must consider how the curriculum can help

Impact of Educational Philosophies on Curriculum Development

Explain the ways the following Philosophical thoughts influence curriculum development. Each of these philosophical thoughts has a distinct influence on curriculum development: 1. Idealism: Idealism places a strong emphasis on values and the inherent goodness of children. In curriculum development, this philosophy would prioritize moral and ethical education. The curriculum would aim to nurture students’

Sample Social Studies Lesson Note on Binis’ Occupations

Prepare a sample lesson note in a given topic in your subject area. (A lesson note on Social Studies). Here’s a sample lesson note for the topic “Occupations of the Binis” in Social Studies for JSS 2: Lesson Note Subject: Social Studies Topic: Occupations of the Binis Class: JSS 2 Age: 9+ Sex: Mixed Duration:

Lesson Note Features for Effective Teaching

Identify and discuss any eight (8) features of a typical Lesson Note. The following are the features of a typical lesson note; A. Subject and topic: Without a topic, the teacher would have nothing to teach as he cannot go on discussing the entire subject. At this point, a distinction made between a subject and

Effective Use of Behavioral Objectives in Lesson Planning

Evaluation 1. Behavioral objectives are specific, measurable, and ___________ statements of what learners are expected to achieve. a) Tangible b) Abstract c) Flexible d) Undefined 2. One of the key benefits of behavioral objectives is their ability to provide ____________ for assessment. a) Clarity b) Confusion c) Ambiguity d) Complexity 3. Behavioral objectives guide teachers

Basic Concepts In Education

1. Concepts in Education: (i) Initiation: Initiation in education refers to the initial stage of introducing students to a new subject or concept. It involves sparking their interest and curiosity. For example, in a science class, a teacher may initiate a lesson on the solar system by showing pictures of planets to engage students’ curiosity.

Education Concepts, Rewards, Microteaching

1. Explain the following five (5) concepts as related to Education (i) Initiation (ii) Training (iii) Drilling (iv) Instruction (v) Indoctrination     2. (a) Distinguish between Reward and Punishment. (b) Outline any four (4) principles underlying rewards. (c) Discuss the three (3) broad categories of punishment.     3. (a) What are behavioural objectives?

List and discuss fully five (5) importance of lesson note

Importance of lesson notes in a simpler way with examples: Guide to Lesson Preparation: Lesson notes help teachers get ready for class. They help decide things like which teaching tools to use, the best methods to teach, and the order to present topics. Imagine a chef planning a menu; lesson notes are like the recipe

Explain the following concepts as related to Education

Initiation: Initiation in education refers to the process of introducing individuals to fundamental knowledge, ideas, and beliefs within a society. For example, when students begin their education, they are initiated into subjects like mathematics, science, and literature. These subjects provide them with a foundation of knowledge and principles accepted by society. Training: Training is a