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Self-evaluation and Deliberate Commitment will Improve the Quality Delivery of Education – Akparawa Udofia Charges Teachers

Self-evaluation and Deliberate Commitment will Improve the Quality Delivery of Education – Akparawa Udofia Charges Teachers

The Uyo Senatorial District Director in the Ministry of Education under the State Secondary Education Board (SSEB), Akparawa Udeme Udofia has advised teachers in public schools to consider self-evaluation as a yardstick to improve quality teaching and learning.

The Uyo Senatorial Director made this appeal while on an unscheduled inspection of schools in Uyo, Ibesikpo, Uruan, and Ibiono Ibom local government Areas.

Udofia reiterated that the principle of self-evaluation will allow the teacher and the school to know if their school is doing very well, performing on an average level, or at a poor state and needs to do more, hence the need to apply it from time to time, as doing so will accord them the opportunity to accurately impact themselves towards proffering efficient solutions for quality education delivery.

He reinstated that the earnest way to a fulfilled and satisfying academic achievement is recognising God first, for He gives strength and helps sustain focus and admonished teachers to teach students to follow these trends as a way to sustain a better and secure future for themselves and also show more dedication in the line of their duties where they have found themselves wanting.

Udofia pleaded with teachers to follow the acceptable system of education in the state and guide it jealously for the sake of the upcoming generation. He condemned the practice whereby some teachers deliberately refused to cover their lesson periods in a week, which according to him adversely affects the scheme of work and the term’s syllabus.

The astute scholar and his team however commended the Principal of Asutan Ekpe Comprehensive Secondary School, Mrs. Victoria Ekop for her effective administration style. At 1:30 pm, the time of visit, her school was calm and serene, no class was left unattended to, all the teachers were in their classes, the school compound was very neat, and the attendance of students was impressive too, as almost all of the school’s teachers where in attendance in the school.

The Director prayed that other principals should emulate Mrs Ekop and take full administrative control of their schools. He emphasized the necessity of regularly checking of school diaries, registers, notes of lessons, and the scheme of work.

At the Community Secondary Commercial School, Iwawa Usung Eket, the Senatorial Director charged all the Vice Principals to work closely with their Principals, study their endearing qualities, and school policies, and learn from them in order not to water down the system when they eventually become Principals of Schools, indicating that people are watching their activities which may lead to their elevation through unanimous recommendation.

At Ikono Ibom Comprehensive Secondary School, Ikot Ayan Ikono, the Director was met by some members of the Old Boys Association led by Professor Imo E. UmoInyang.
The Association was on a regular check to see how they could take up one or two projects in the school as a way of giving back to the society.

Other schools visited were; Community Secondary Commercial School, Ikot Okubo, Offot Ukwa Secondary School, Obio Ofot, Ndikpo Grammer School, Ikot Obio Nko, Ibesikpo Asutan. Asutan Ekpe Comprehensive Secondary School, and Ikono Ibom Comprehensive Secondary School, Ikot Ayan Ikono.

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