VKA Ibadan Campus

Teaching Principles

We are not our students! As experts, we tend to access and apply knowledge automatically and unconsciously (e.g., make connections, draw on relevant bodies of knowledge, and choose appropriate strategies) and so we often skip or combine critical steps when we teach. Students, on the other hand, don’t yet have sufficient background and experience to make these leaps and can become confused, draw incorrect conclusions, or fail to develop important skills. They need instructors to break tasks into component steps, explain connections explicitly, and model processes in detail. Though it is difficult for experts to do this, we need to identify and explicitly communicate to students the knowledge and skills we take for granted, so that students can see expert thinking in action and practice applying it themselves.


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Education helps us get exposure to new ideas and concepts that we can use to appreciate and improve the world around us and the world within us.

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 An investment in knowledge pays the best interest

Education can equip learners with agency and a sense of purpose

Our teachers are have gone through thorough and extensive training, with not only educational aspects but also mental effectiveness for the child’s prouctiveness

When we teach, we do not just teach the content, we teach students the content. A variety of student characteristics can affect learning. For example, students’ cultural and generational backgrounds influence how they see the world; disciplinary backgrounds lead students to approach problems in different ways; and students’ prior knowledge (both accurate and inaccurate aspects) shapes new learning

As technology becomes better, we are not afriad of trying new teaching methods and using mechanisms and devices that enhance education

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