The Kid Coders summer program came to an end this week. It has been a great experience hosting the program in Abuja this year. The kids enjoyed every single moment and we’re positive that they’ve learnt a whole lot. Hopefully, they continue to find ways to apply the skills they’ve been taught.
If you follow us on Twitter, you’d know that today is a big day for our Kano team. The team is organizing a digital skills training for private school directors in the state.
The turn out was pretty good for the first day, with nearly 200 participants. It’s a 2 day program and will be on again tomorrow.
FlexiSAF Teachers Challenge is back this week. The big question this time around is:
“Which word in the English Language is always spelled incorrectly?”
Head over to our Instagram feed and answer the question for a shot at the N5,000 and other surprise prizes. If you can’t participate, tell a Teacher you know that can join in!
Are you a teacher, student or school administrator? You should definitely be reading our posts. Here are some interesting stories you missed this week. Enjoy!
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