Information-sharing among teachers vital, principal says

The National, Wednesday July 20th, 2016

Information-sharing among teachers is important to enhance their skills and knowledge in teaching, Melanesia Nazarene Teachers College principal Peter Kelaki says.
Kelaki said this during the opening of the college’s staff in-service.
He said when teachers shared knowledge and skills, it improves their quality of teaching.
“I urge you staff to take in-service training seriously to improve and deliver quality primary teacher graduates from Melanesia Nazarene Teachers College,” Kelaki said.
He said education was an integral part of the nation’s development and teachers had a greater role to make sure Papua New Guinea achieved its Vision 2050.
The in-service began on Monday and will end on Friday.
The theme was, “Getting the basic right standards in teacher training”.
The staff week for the Jiwaka-based teachers college was funded and supported by the governing council.
The college offers diploma in primary education, certificate in theology and certificate in deafness award.