Pearson Nigeria has announced plans to make available to Nigerian teachers, 10, 000 new digital teaching guides as part of its commitment to digital learning which it hopes will go a long way in helping to demonstrate the power of technology in enhancing learning outcomes.
At no cost, the guides will be available to interested registered teachers via the Pearson Nigeria website www.pearsonnigeria.com.
The digital teacher guides are introduced to support Pearson’s leading numeracy and literacy titles for Nigerian schools, covering aspects of student texts, which include New General Mathematics for Primary Schools, New General Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools, New General Mathematics for Junior Secondary Schools, Primary English Project, Junior English Project (for junior secondary schools) and Senior English Project (for senior secondary schools).
Each of these new guides have been fully revised and updated to comply with the Nigerian Educational Research Development Council (NERDC) curriculum, and have been designed using Pearson’s world-class content development capabilities.
The texts focus on entrenching 21st Century skills in learners, preparing them not only for academic success, but also for long-term success in their workplaces.
Pearson if of hopes that by making these guides digitally available to a large number of Nigerian teachers, teachers would see the power of technology in enhancing the teaching process. “Guides such as these are not typically available free of charge, but Pearson Nigeria has committed to making them widely available as a way of exhibiting the benefits of digital technology in education,” said Managing Director, Pearson Nigeria, Muhtar Bakare.
Pearson is the world’s largest learning company, operating in more than 80 countries around the world, bringing powerful learning solutions to millions of learners every year. Its courses and resources are available in print, online and through multi-lingual packages, helping people learn whatever, wherever and however they choose.