Kikelomo  Usilo

Kikelomo Usilo

Lagos, Nigeria

My name is Kikelomo Usilo,. I am a Professional passionate Licensed Physics teacher , that is purpose driven to bridge the gap between digital literacy and illiteracy.

My name is Kikelomo Usilo, I am a Professional passionate Licensed Physics teacher . I love to learn, unlearn and relearn . My contact with people is impactful , especially students and mostly the girl child. I love adventure,osinging, listen to music and watching true life movie are my hobbies.

Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

I want to be part of this program because I like to integrate theory with practice, purposely for my students to have better understanding of my subject, physics.For the fact that Education is termed as the only currency that drives the economy of the world, most people cannot implement what they have learnt in problems solving. I chose to re-educate educators to “better their best”

How can education support students to flourish?

Education will support students when the the gap between digital literacy and illiteracy, is bridged.In the new normal technology is needed to enhance teaching and learning .Availability of useful instructional resources will enable students to integrate theory with practice and compete constructively globally. . “Nothing happens until Something really happens “

What role does innovation play in education change?

Innovation in Education will aid the creation, development and implementation of digital literacy in teaching and learning with the aim of iimproving efficiency, effectiveness or competitive advantage globally for the teachers and learners. Innovation will assist in transforming the acquired knowledge by the students in practical reality, and also provide basic solutions and major needs globally

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

1. Root of empathy 2. Positive education 3. Education cities

Three innovations you would love for HundrED to know about. (and Why?)

1.Train the trainers 2. Positive education 3. Roots of empathy