Bauchi govt adopt new method in teaching out-of- school children

UNICEF laments over High Rate of Out-of-School Children

In order to improve the literacy and numeracy skills of out-of-school children in Bauchi State, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has developed a unique teaching methodology.

Dr. Tushar Rane, the director of the Bauchi Field Office, made this revelation to reporters in Misau, the Misau Local Government Area.

Dr. Rane claims that the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach will make it possible to reintegrate and teach basic education to children in a single classroom, regardless of the class they stopped attending.

He stated that teachers were receiving training on how to handle the teaching techniques, which included using objects to represent what the kids already know for simple comprehension.

TaRL was introduced, according to Mr. Abdurahman Ado, the UNICEF Education Specialist at the Bauchi Field Office, to help primary school students with their literacy and numeracy abilities.

One of the selected schools for the initiative is the Central Primary School in Misau, and a block of classrooms there has been reserved for the teaching and learning of out-of-school children who have made the decision to go back to school.

The School Based Administration Committee, which is tasked with monitoring the daily affairs of the school, collaborates with the program’s implementation.. ”.

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