Teachers Support Programme (TSP) 2024: Empowering Teachers Through Vision

“Without a clear vision, leadership is ineffective, and teachers’ careers stagnate.”

This belief fueled our Teachers Support Programme in May, focusing on “Teacher’s Vision for the Classroom and Career, and Teacher Growth and Prosperity.” Workshops aimed to equip educators with the tools and inspiration to develop a vision for themselves and their classrooms.

Mr. Rotimi Eyitayo, a renowned Business, Growth, and Development Strategist, led the training across five Cross River State LGAs: Bekwara, Obanliku, Obudu, Calabar South, and Municipality. Day 1 began at Bekwara Secondary School, with participation tripling by Day 2 at Girls Secondary School, Obudu. The Executive Secretaries for both LGAs joined the sessions, emphasizing the importance of vision in education.

The final training took place at Hope Waddell Training Institute in Calabar, culminating a series of impactful sessions for over 276 educators (171 male, 105 female) from diverse rural and urban public schools. Mr. Eyitayo’s emphasis on vision resonated: “Without vision, leadership is lame and limited… vision is the foundation of every reasonable pursuit and profession.” He elaborated on vision’s components and demonstrated vision board creation.

Engaging with passionate educators dedicated to growth and making a positive difference was truly rewarding. Stay tuned for more information on our Teachers Support Programme.


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