Education Unscripted is an expression of the National Innovation Collaborative for Education (NICE) which fosters learning and collaboration among education innovators. The podcast series seeks to unpack education issues in Nigeria and Africa, from a nuanced, data-driven and culturally relevant perspective.
Learning largely takes place in schools, however unprecedented changes that came with the pandemic affected the teaching-learning process. How can children recover from the effect of the pandemic? In this episode with Ibironke Olurotimi, we talk about how parents and teachers can support children's learning in a pandemic.
E-learning is an amazing substitute for classroom learning. It takes away the physical barrier. This becomes even more amazing when children get to learn curriculum-relevant subjects and topics from the comfort of their homes. Isaac Oladipupo leads a team that brings to life what used to be a mere dream in the education space in Africa, through the Afrilearn platform. Join us on this very interesting conversation as we find out how Afrilearn is bridging learning gap.
Education is germane to development of any society and quality of life. What are the implications of political instability and bureaucracy on effective education policy formulation? What are the major roadblocks to transformation of the education sector? Find out these answers as we speak with the Reformer, Alero Ayida-Otobo. Her interesting career tells how she is raising young and budding Nigerians to demand for change.
There are so many misconceptions around mother-tongue based education, its benefits and downsides. In this conversation with Lydia Ezihe Onuoha, she brings to bare, realities about mother tongue-based teaching and learning. Join us, as we share in her years of experience as a mother tongue and language development specialist
In an ever changing world, the past couple of months have introduced a barrage of changes. These changes have forced individuals and organizations to adapt or become obsolete.
On today's episode of Education Unscripted, we talk about the future of work with HR professional Toyin Odukoya, and how individuals and organizations can adapt in the face of #COVID-19 and an ever changing world, to remain relevant and productive.
Education innovations are no doubt a great way to create sector-level change. However, how can innovations work without funds? Join Obinna Ukachukwu, on this episode of Education Unscripted, as we explore Education Financing in Nigeria
As the world recovers from the effects of the pandemic, it is important to review the realities of the situation and chart a course for the future. Join us on this episode of Education Unscripted as we explore the gaps, opportunities, and the current and future priorities for the education sector in Nigeria.
For innovation to have any impact in a society, it must scale. How do we get innovation to scale? Who are the keys that will help this scaling?
Today on Education Unscripted, Wunmi Tolu-Alalade, an award-winning educator, shares how educators can help scale innovation in a society.
Games are a great way to help children learn! Titilope Adewusi, co-founder of 9ja kids, which produces creative and ingenious games for children, describes the new normal in education and how it is changing the face of education in the nation. What are your thoughts on the "new normal"?
As the world recovers from the effects of the pandemic, it is vital that the lessons learnt from the pandemic, regarding facilitating the delivery of educational contents, are not forgotten. The use of virtual reality as a learning tool is therefore an innovative and exciting addition to the delivery of education content. Join us as we discuss with our esteemed guest, Dr. Ohu from the Lagos Business School, who delves into the role of virtual reality as a tool in character-building and education management.
When the world was slammed with COVID19, everything ground to a halt including schools.
How did Nigerian students cope? How did they learn? What was done to facilitate learning and how efficient was it?
Find the answers to all these on this episode of Education Unscripted.
This episode highlights key findings of the TEP-NESG Education Inovation Survey.
As the pandemic persists, it is evident that instant messaging platforms like Telegram and Whatsapp have been repurposed for largely pedagogical purposes. This session, with the convener of the popular Successor Generation Community (SGC) Whatsapp School, Johnson Abbaly, would explore the factors behind this rise including the mode of teaching and learning, benefits, successes and challenges among others issues.
With the continued closure of schools due to the spread of COVID 19, Education Unscripted explores the goodness of play and play-based learning as a tool to ensure continuity of learning for young children with Oluwatomi Nweke, Mummy-in-Charge of the Treehouse Playhouse!
In the wake of COVID19, only a few countries have special measures for learners with special needs. Join us, as inclusive education enthusiast, Jonah Amosu, who has recorded great personal success in spite of visual impairment, shares on how education innovations can be more inclusive and accepting of persons living with disabilities.
Stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, education innovations have arisen as disruptors in the education sector- they keep children learning even within the confines of the home. But is this learning model sustainable? Join us as we discuss with Chizaram Uchega of Mavis Computel as he shares insights on how we can institutionalise this new learning model for impact in the education sector.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents are faced with the challenging task of actively engaging in what and how their children are learning. This has sparked recent conversations about homeschooling and its relevance in these times.
On this episode of Education Unscripted, our special guests are a unique family of four, the Fakoya family, whose two children: Foluyinka and Bolutife, were homeschooled in Warri, Nigeria. Both of them ended up receiving offers from the prestigious Harvard University, which one of them took up.
This atypical family shared insights on how homeschooling can provide a holistic learning experience. They also shared how the following characteristics strengthened their homeschooling approach: a strong family reading culture, instilling a sense of independence, setting clear expectations, quality family time, and an unconventional approach to television!
Subscribe to this podcast and join the conversation as we explore the potentials homeschooling as an educational approach in the 21st century.
This episode explores the experience of Lagos State in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Honourable Commissioner of Education in Lagos State, Mrs Folashade Adefisayo discussed the challenges surmounted and opportunities identified as the state government takes unprecedented steps to ensuring that children continue learning in this period.
Highlighting education innovations has never been as important as it is currently with the COVID-19 pandemic causing a delay in the global education system. As we introduce this podcast, we hope that you come along for an exciting journey into the world of education innovations, exploring the technologies and brains behind them!
Education Unscripted is an expression of the National Innovation Collaborative for Education (NICE) which is curated by The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre.