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The Innovative Christian Teacher Award

 

ACSI Nigeria seeks to celebrate three distinguished Christian education teachers across Nigeria who teach at an ACSI Nigeria financially registered member primary or secondary school who,

1. Live out their philosophy of Christian education in their school or community.
2. Have created innovative solutions to provide quality learning from home for their students or for their community during Covid-19.
3. Inspire students to find their path, glorify God, and reach their greatest potential through their innovative solution.

In order to apply, before *Monday, November 23rd, 2020.* please complete the following using the Google form links or the word documents below:
1. the *award application*  https://rb.gy/n3twpr
2. Have your school administrator fill out the *reference form*  https://rb.gy/nub0tx

Please also see the attached brochure for more information or reach out to 08142312824 (Jide) or 07039088867 (Sarah). 

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Strategies on Blended Learning

As you prepare for the reopening of school, join us for a training on Blended Learning on October 17th from 10:00am - 1:00pm on Zoom.

Once payment is made, please send proof of payment to 08142312824 or 07039088867 or via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Once we confirm your payment, we will send you the Zoom registration link.

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Announcement of Appointment: ACSI Country Director, Nigeria

October 1, 2020

Since the inception of the ACSI Nigeria office in 2011, Mrs. Adun Akinyemiju has faithfully served as the National Director. Her outstanding leadership has extended well beyond the borders of Nigeria into West Africa Anglophone and then to all of Africa. She now serves as the ACSI Africa chair, attending to the ACSI Africa country office leaders and the work of ACSI Africa in general.

Mr. Olusegun Oludipe has worked alongside and under the guidance of Mrs. Akinyemiju since the founding of the office. He has been the National Administrator, managing office operations and the services to schools and educators. Mr. Oludipe has developed and grown as a leader; this included the completion of a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Cairn University (USA) in 2016.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the promotion and appointment of Mr. Olusegun Oludipe to the position of National Director for ACSI Nigeria effective October 1, 2020. May God grant him wisdom and strength to accomplish the Kingdom purposes in Christian Schooling through the office of ACSI Nigeria.

 

MICHAEL D. EPP, MEd

Senior Vice President Global | ACSI

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Training Programme: Professional Credential in Early Childhood Education

Are you an Early Childhood Educator?

One of the most important criteria of an effective early childhood program is the quality of teacher. This program is aimed for practicing teachers in ECE (birth through age 8) who do not have formal qualifications in ECE. The goal is to improve the quality of learning activities and care that teachers provide, ultimately resulting in improved learning and development of the young children in their care.

Location: Jos, Plateau State
Start Date: January 11th, 2021
Participants: limited to 50 participants only. Payment secures your space.
Registration: see the flyer details below
Cost: ACSI Member up-front: N50,000
ACSI Member per contact: 18,500 x 3 (Total: 55,500)
Non-Member up-front: 54,000
Non-Member per contact: 20,000 x 3 (Total: 60,000)

Please see the advert below for more information on the course. Please contact Mr. Jide (08142312824) or Mrs. Sarah (07039088867) for enquiries.

 

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