Month: March 2019


Marguerite Annie Johnson Angelou American poet, novelist, singer, memoirist and civil rights activists Maya Angelou-born Marguerite Johnson was born in St. Louis, Missouri.  Her parents divorced when she was three, and she and her brother went to live with their grandmother in Stamps, Arkans

26% of students pass WASSCE?!

The West African Examinations Council ( WAEC ) on Tuesday released results of its 2019 West African Senior School Certificate (SSCE) for Private Candidates – First Series with only 26.08 per cent making credits and above in five subjects including English and Mathematics. Head of National Offic


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Teaching and Learning with Technology, IMPACTFUL?!

According to the Long man dictionary of contemporary English, TECHNOLOGY can be defined as the branch of knowledge that deals with the creation of new machines and equipment’s and use of technical means and interrelation with life, society and the environment. Technology has made several life chan

22 inventions that are saving the earth

Save the Earth! Here is a list of 22 inventions compiled by Tech Insider that could help us cut back on plastic, reduce garbage in the sea, and make the Earth a better place. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HubIBlnvko

7 Ways AI is Transforming Healthcare

Technology has no doubt become an integral part of our wellbeing. One of the biggest impacts of new technology - and perhaps the most life-changing - will be experienced in healthcare. https://twitter.com/valaafshar/status/1103323173972512768?s=12 Diagnosis of illness will be fast and efficie