HOW ARE WE DOING: THE TRANSITION TO ONLINE EDUCATION
Software for our online class
In the wake of school closures, we at TiCN decided to transition to online learning to ensure the continuity of our services to our students. We use Zoom to deliver our sessions. Acknowledging that some of the more sophisticated software might need time to explain its installation and usage, some of our workshop facilitators ensured an extra ‘launch-day’ before the event to familiarise our students with the software and its functions.
About Our Mentorship sessions
TiCN’s mentorship sessions are run by mentors who have years of
experience in their field. We also have a team of administrative staff and
volunteers from across the world to aid our mentors and speakers to
seamlessly deliver their sessions. To inspire our students, we also have
the privilege of hosting renowned speakers from outside Nigeria, who
converse with us about their vision of skill-based education for all
The Innovative Child Network thanks students, parents, mentors and
volunteers for trusting us with the education of the youth. The success of
our response to COVID-19, and ensuring the continuity of our services
online would not have been possible without the cooperation and support
of our key stakeholders. TiCN thanks its sponsors, stakeholders, partners
and friends, and looks forward to a continuing, fruitful association.
Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, we look forward to not only
helping our youth gain higher wages and ensure their higher productivity
but also working towards a reduction in social inequalities in the long
run. Together, we can ensure skill-based education for every child.