A Vision For Teacher’s Improvement…#The Next Big Step

As teachers, we all have the next big step to take to better improve our skills. We all have a huge capacity for physical output, endurance, strength, power, speed, flexibility and skills. We take part in shaping the next generation, devote our lives to education, impact people’s lives, and much more. Despite all these, we still have a long way to go.

There’s still a lot of work to be done and I’ve learned that it will take a collective effort of thousands of dedicated teachers to make the most difference. Madeleine L’ Engle once said: “We can’t take credit for our talent, its how we use them that counts” which is why “Youth Life Consult: An Educational Consulting Firm” in Lagos, Nigeria would be holding a conference & workshop series on “Teacher’s Improvement”.

Theme: Building expertise and shaping the teaching profession of the 21st century

This is a call for continuous improvement of teacher’s KSA to meet KPI’s Nature and Scope (TICS, 2018).

Speakers: Internationally trained educationists from both the Nigerian and British Curricula

Do you desire to remain relevant with changes in this noble profession & international best practise requirements? Do you want to do more than teach? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of your students today, than you did yesterday? Then, make plans to attend this teachers conference series.

Venue: Forever friends besides Standard Chartered Bank on 1st Avenue, Festac Town, 1st gate Lagos, Nigeria

Targeted Audience: All teachers both young and old

Date: 27th, October 2018

Time: 10 am prompt

Knowledge speaks but wisdom listens. “Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught”.

For further enquiries and registration, please contact:

youthlifeconsult@gmail.com, 08024329040

Grace & Knowledge

Photo Credit: Pixabay

4 thoughts on “A Vision For Teacher’s Improvement…#The Next Big Step

  1. educators are not paid enough or given the respect they deserve. none of us, no matter where we are in our life (good or bad) got there without an educator.


    1. This seems to be a global problem of all teachers or educators. They are paid less and less appreciated as well.
      It’s the passion for the service, the lives we affect positively, the destinies we shape that drives us.

      We will continue to keep the stone rolling. Thanks a lot, buddy for commenting.


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