The Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points required by In-service teachers before they can renew their licence are: Senior Superintendent II 70, Senior Superintendent I 75, Principal Superintendent 80, Assistant Director II 85, Assistant Director I 90 and Deputy Director 100.
There are various activities to be participated by the teacher to earn more points on the National Teaching Council's Portal. These activities have been divided into categories. That is, from category A to category G.
Programmes under category "G" attracts the most points, 20. Examples of these programmes are undertaking an educational programme that leads to the award of degree or diploma, writing a chapter of a book on gender responsives pedagogies, publishing article in a recognised journal or newspaper etc.
Category "F" activities lead to the award of ten (10) points on the National Teaching Council portal. Examples of such activities include conducting School-Based research, writing of proposal to support school administration, attending international conference on lesson study etc.
Taking part in Category "E" activities attract five (5) points. These include marking of examination scripts of an international body, mentoring a newly qualified teacher, winning an award at the regional level among others.
Category "D" attracts four (4) points. Facilitating in a District level In-service Training and winning an award at the District level are examples of these activities.
An activity under Category "A" fetches the lincesed teacher, one (1) point. Examples of these activities include preparing scheme of work for the academic calendar, receiving orientation by supervisors, being an active member of a registered teacher Union etc.
Activities under category "B" attracts two points for the teacher. These include keeping a reflective record or journal, participating in alternative disciplinary training programmes, setting end of term examination questions based on profile dimensions etc.
Category "C" fetches a licensed teacher three (3) points. Integrating ICT and other technologies in school administration and taking additional responsibility as a class teacher, chaplain, Imam or gardening teacher are a couple of Category C activities.
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