Olalekan Adeeko

Olalekan Adeeko

Olalekan Adeeko is a teacher/registrar at Baptist Boys High School, Ogun State, Nigeria: "I am responsible for teaching computer studies in the school as well as maintaining the school database amongst other things. Preparing the students of today for the challenges of tomorrow with the right 21st-century teaching and learning methods is what I stand for, and inculcating my students with a love of learning. My aim is to continually update myself with the trending teaching technologies to be implanted in the classroom."

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Olalekan Adeeko: Did You Know- The Scourge Called Plagiarism

by Olalekan Adeeko
Expert Educator Expert, Nigeria

It is not a coincidence that I put pen to paper to write on plagiarism, it is something that I have technically done myself at a point in time.

What is Plagiarism?

olalekan-plagiarismMerriam Webster Dictionary defines plagiarism as “as the act of using another person’s words or ideas without giving credit to that person”. Wikipedia says: “it is the wrongful appropriation and stealing and publication of another author’s language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions and the representation of them as one’s own original work.… Visit the author's original post

Olalekan Adeeko, Baptist Boys High School, Nigeria

Olalekan Adeeko is a teacher/registrar at Baptist Boys High School, Ogun State, Nigeria: I am responsible for teaching computer studies in the school as well as maintaining the school database amongst other things. Preparing the students of today for the challenges of tomorrow with the right 21st-century teaching and learning methods is what I stand for, and inculcating my students with a love of learning. My aim is to continually update myself with the trending teaching technologies to be implanted in the classroom.… Visit the author's original post

Olalekan Adeeko: Did You Know?

by Olalekan Adeeko
Expert Educator Columnist, Nigeria

In today’s 21st century schools and classrooms, good ethics is an issue that needs serious attention. I couldn’t agree more with Aristotle– “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”.

Olalekan Adeeko is my name, an ICT teacher/ registrar at Baptist Boys High School, Ogun State, Nigeria. Preparing the students of today for the challenges of tomorrow with the right 21st-century teaching and learning methods is what I stand for, and inculcating my students with a love of learning.… Visit the author's original post

THE PDRS PROCESS FOR LEARNERS

It was at a training in 2006 that I was introduced to the PDRS process and since then I always encourage my students to follow the steps in completing their learning activities/assignments that has to do with working with the computer.

What is the PDRS process?

pencilP – Plan it: The learners should be encouraged to first plan out whatever they want to do on the computer first on a paper; a kind of draft or sketch. For example, if learners have been asked to design a certificate using Microsoft Word as their assignment; they should start by making a draft on a paper first and ensure that all the required features of a certificate is in the draft.… Visit the author's original post

PROBLEM RESOLVED

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A problem resolved with my initiative include a challenge face in my work place every end of the term when all teachers will have to mark and record the educational activities and progress of students. It used to be a tedious and time consuming task until I figured out a way to deal with it using technology that has always been at my disposal. I take about 400 students in the school, I will have to mark their scripts and record in my marks book as well as what we call the Broad sheet, then later in the students report sheet.… Visit the author's original post