Teacher Professional Development

Guide on the New Module – Upskill courses

I have realized from the messages some of you are sending, you do not know exactly what to do?

Let me try my best to explain to you how to go about the course. 

There are many interesting courses on the portal, those who were able to register for the first batch were able to attain 16 CPD Points for the two 2 courses they did.

The courses you should take First because they are new are 

1. Lesson Planning (Teacher Pathway)

2. Supporting Student and Teacher Wellbeing (Teacher Pathway)

3. Leading For Learning (School Leader Pathway)

On the e-learning portal, mostly you have to finish with the course before you get to the Quiz. 

This module has been made slightly different, It is interactive, Even when you are watching a video, there are questions in the video, the video plays and pause’s for you to answer the questions before you proceed.

Yeah very interesting, it really needs your attention.


Click on the lesson,

Click Enroll me

When you start the lesson some of the paragraphs even have questions within, you need to select a word or two words in the paragraph before you proceed.

Please I hope you read it carefully before you send me message, I have gotten 98% and I can not proceed.

Typical Example

In Welcome to Introduction to Lesson Planning ( Video)

The first assignment is in the video labelled (Reflection)

Click on Reflection 

The question ( Think of an experience where you got lost going somewhere, how did it make you feel? ) Answer Frustrated

The next one Click on MCQ 

The question (What are some of the challenges teachers might face without a proper roadmap such as a lesson plan?) Answer

All of the above
If this is your First time and you want to register then CLICK HERE TO READ HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE 3 COURSES FOR 24 CPD 


Peter N. Djangmah is a multifaceted individual with a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and blogging. With a firm belief in the power of digital education and science, I am affectionately known as the Private Minister of Information. Connect with me
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