Primary school teachers in Delta State have been called upon to adopt qualitative method of teaching by using modern learning aids and instructional materials.
The call was made by the member representing Delta Central Senatorial District in the State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB, Mrs. Philomena Ededey while on inspection to some public primary schools in Ethiope West Local Government Area yesterday.
Mrs. Ededey advised teachers to be professional in their conduct, urging them to put more efforts in ensuring that modern teaching methods are deployed to enable pupils learn faster.
She decried the poor performance of some pupils especially in primary six classes which she said was below standard.
The SUBEB member assured both pupils and teachers that the board would not relent in its efforts in providing a conducive learning environment as part of its commitment to promote quality education in the state.
While charging teachers to be up and doing in their duties, Ededey reminded them to always update their lesson notes and take punctuality seriously; saying indiscipline amongst the teaching staff would not be tolerated.
Schools visited include Ibori Primary School, Oghara-Efe, Mosogar Primary School, Mosogar and Ekuobo Primary School, Ekuobodo Mosogar all in Ethiope West Local Government Area.
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