26 experts to reinvigorate Nigeria and Africa’s education sector through conference –

About 26 speakers and business leaders from different sectors and continents have been brought together for the Pan African Schools Conference, tagged “School Rewired” to provide functional and practical advice and easy-to-adopt strategies in schools.

The conference will be delivered virtually and in two languages ​​– English and French.

Speakers at the conference include Okeyinfu Ajayi – Busy Minds Center and Kavabe Hub; Titi Adewusi of 9ija Kids; Abimbola Ogundere of the Milk Foundation; Rotimi Eyitayo of Team Masters; Edison Gbenga, Business and Business Strategist (Ghana) and Carol Barlow – School Improvement Consultant.

The others are: Fatoumatta Sisay – epidemiologist and higher education professional (America); Ubani Olatunbosun – project management and business analyst (UK); Lola Aneke – cadet academy, special educational needs expert; Lanre Omoyele, financial management and technology professional; Rhoda Odigboh – Curriculum Theorist and Expert in Special Educational Needs; Azumme Oboro – Davari Company – Architect and Chef; Uche Anajemba – Business Strategist and Coach – Seplat Nigeria; Mary Agent – ​​early childhood educator and positive work culture advocate; Ekomobong Ikidde – educator and entrepreneur, and Abiola Omoyele from Busy Minds School.

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According to the organizer, Okeyinfu Ajayi, founder of the Busy Minds Center, an education company, The School Rewired Conference is designed to reverse the effects of Covid-19, sharpen the skills and awaken the soul of educators across the continent.

“We delve into elements that improve the quality of school and learning, for example, steam integration, functional pedagogy, teacher well-being to mitigate burnout, management structures finance, the right to hire, the impact of technology on growth, etc.,” Ajayi said. .

She revealed that affordability is a big issue for most schools in determining their budget and professional development plans, adding that this is why organizers are leveraging technology to deliver the educational solution through the continent, thus highlighting the effect of technology and the potential of this. tool for lasting impact in the public and private educational space.

The virtual conference scheduled for August 19-20, 2022 will attract a minimum of 1,500 participants from Nigeria and other countries in Africa.

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