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BAF Consultant, Facilitators Deliberate on Effective Teaching Methods in Public Schools, Call for Cross Curricular Linkage

BAF Consultant, Facilitators Deliberate on Effective Teaching Methods in Public Schools, Call for Cross Curricular Linkage

Ahead of the third training workshop under Continuous In-service Training for Public Primary School Teachers (CITPPST) programme, more than ten veteran educators and trainers have met to discuss strategies for the adaptation and implementation of…

BAF Launches BAF Electronic Evaluation Platform (BEEP)

Monitoring and Evaluation is an integral part of programmes because we need to measure the level of impact they have gotten from our trainings. Evaluation of training is one of the main components of a…

BAF retrains Public Primary School Managers and Assistants.

we resumed to a 3-day boot camp for school leaders from 75 schools where we taught them about visioning, emotional intelligence, leadership practice (communications, time management, team building and problem-solving) and instructional leadership. The camp…
BAF Conducts assessment and Beneficiaries Selections for schools

BAF Conducts assessment and Beneficiaries Selections for schools

Our project is still in the preliminary stage and will fully commence in August 2019. However, there are other project activities to execute such as selecting the Local Governments to support, identify the exact schools…
BAF makes partner with GlobalGiving

BAF makes partner with GlobalGiving

In June 2019, GlobalGiving UK announced Bunmi Adedayo Foundation as a successful graduate of the GlobalGiving Accelerator program, gaining entry into the GlobalGiving marketplace and becoming a recognized partner of GlobalGiving. As part of the…
BAF International Women’s Day Panel Discussion

BAF International Women’s Day Panel Discussion

  To commemorate the International Women’s Day 2019 we hosted a LIVE panel discussion tagged  “The Innovative Contributions of Women in Assuring Quality and Inclusive Education” with three (3) Phenomenal women who shared their empowering…
Project-Based Learning And How It Helps Children To Solve Real Problems

Project-Based Learning And How It Helps Children To Solve Real Problems

Under PBL, the teacher guides the students to discover things for themselves and not hand instructions over to them. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by investigating…
10 Essential Needs of Nigerian Public Schools

10 Essential Needs of Nigerian Public Schools

A good number of pupils in our public schools do not have enough clothing, food, education and healthcare. Being disadvantaged means deprived economically, politically and socially. They hardly get opportunities. They have inadequate nutrition, higher…
Why We Need Vocational Education?

Why We Need Vocational Education?

Blue collar jobs or vocational careers are still not the favourites of the masses. Parents want their children to have ‘professions’ or white collar jobs; technical jobs or blue collar jobs are still considered lower…
Is Education a Privilege?

Is Education a Privilege?

Over ten years ago, I worked in a private school in Nairobi, Kenya. People who haven’t had a chance to travel often have a skewed vision of Africa. I had certain expectations when I got…