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when i completed my secondary i had a babe that was in NTI (Nigerian Teachers Instiute) till date this is dying for, i normally travelled from p/h to the town where she was living to make that i will see her. but years ago when i gain ed an admission i couldn't even think of her but thinking of a new year 1 student. why ?
I took an assembly programming course a while ago and the teacher began the lecture with: "No one really need to know this stuff, and you will never use it, but its required by this program so we've got to struggle through the next several weeks studying the material.
To write great code requires one to write efficient code. Writing efficient code requires good algorithm choices and a good implementation of those algorithms. Learning/knowing assembly language, will help a programmer understand how the underlying hardware works thereby forcing em to think in assembly language (For example, data representation, memory organization, elements of computer architecture, how input/output operates, etc, ). This knowledge will make the programmer aware of the problems with certain inefficient sequences so they can avoid them in their high-level code.
Do you think Learning Assembly Language is a waste of time?
when i say bad i don't mean like bad, bad, bad.
Today in class this was like a heated argument in my class and I came to realise that what my teacher said is true. Girls do not want their guys to be the boy in suit or a plain white shirt. They want to see you in baggy pants and braided hair.
Well I know not all girls are like this but I love me a bad boy!. Sometimes gentlemen can be so nerve wrecking. They always the kind of perfect people and you (the girl) always looks bad.
Well people I want to know why this is happening?
I'm a management consultant by profession but a teacher at heart. A lot of negative things have been said about Nigeria's education system. I'm creating this thread so we can talk about the few bright lights that still exist in our school system. Here's mine:
In my secondary school, French was a compulsory subject in JSS. However, for your JSS 3 exams, you were allowed to drop two subjects and 99% of the school always dropped French and Music. I was part of the 99% who was going to drop French until i got a new French teacher in my JSS3. Her name was Mme Adegbilero and she was soooooo good! Not only was she a great teacher, she treated us like her own children. She could be very strict but she would never raise her voice. All of a sudden i was in love with the French language, and i ended up taking it not just for my JSS exams, but also in my SSCE. She's one teacher i will never forget.
So, does anyone have any such good experiences with teachers?