Wow, this is in did wonderful, Good work Mr. Samuel cheers. I am a graduate of math with computer science, a researcher, ICT and Data processing teacher in fgc minna, I ave five years experience in teaching above mention subject from JSS 1 to SS3. It will b wonderful if schoolportalng.com can expand to ss1 to ss3 ICT. Will love to contribute to this site
Thanks so much Yahaya Mohammed. We really appreciate you.
You are free to contribute to the contents of School Portal NG. Click the Submit Contents and copy and paste your content in the POST CONTENT, fill the necessary details and submit your contents.
We will approve it and it will appear under the respective category.
We look forward to see your contents as we all work towards free educational contents for learners.
You can also send it to this email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will upload the contents to the site.
Thank you very much
Although there is no single, universal definition of ICT, the term is generally accepted to mean all devices, networking components , applications and systems that combined allow people and organizations (i.e., businesses, nonprofit agencies, governments and criminal enterprises) to interact in the digital world.
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This is the good initiative we have been hoping for in the Nigeria education system. This will definitely eradicate the stress most of the teachers are passing through in order to get relevant and approved information to give to the students and besides, it gives room for uniform knowledge impartation if the Nigerian government can strictly recommend this portal for the Nigerian educators.
But I think this will be more efficient if some other subjects could be included so as to build the confident it requires from the users and if there is any assistance required from the subject teachers and other stakeholders, I think it will be helpful.
I am Philips Adelakun. A graduate of Fine and Applied Arts from Oyo State College of education, Oyo and University of Uyo respectively. A teacher both in the basic (primary) and the secondary axis for nothing less than 13 years now.
Thanks for the good job.
Thank you Mr. Philips Adelakun for visit and for your words of encouragement. i appreciate.
You can contribute by submitting your lesson notes through the “submit content” page or through my email address on the contact us page and i will upload them to the site.
You can also register and submit your lessons under the Article tab under your profile page.
thank you and looking forward to hear from you again.
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Thanks Mr Sam. for teaching me the methods.
Thank you Adewole Adenike. Stay blessed.
Amazing piece. I’ve learned not only a few more things
Thanks so much Adika. I appreciate your comment.
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