Digital experts have stressed the need for teachers to make use of social media platforms such as podcasts; YouTube and Google drive to make education more creative, innovative and to promote sustainable Development goals.
The Executive director of one African child foundation, Victoria Ibioye, who gave this advice at the ongoing Lagos startup week (LSW), with the theme, “New media as a tool for social development,’’ said this could promote education in the country.
She attributed that technology is a game changer and a lot of things can be learnt through technology, stressing that there are diverse ways we can make education more interesting.
She urged entrepreneurs to believe in their selves, research, invest by putting their best in all they do, take risks, listen to feedback from people, have mentors to share ideas, and deliver standard.
The Lead Consultant for Audacity to lead, Dayo Samuel called on the government to make it mandatory that every university must have an e-commerce website platform where students can access materials for lectures and other things.
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