Welcome to Tech Relevant Teacher Project - TRTP


Plot 1762, Oyin Jolayemi Street, Victoria-Island, Lagos State

BAF Directors and Representative of the Coca-cola Foundation During the Flag-Off Event

BAF Holds 1st Edition Of School Leardership and Sustainability Conference

Cross Section Of Speakers At the SLSC Event

Each Grantee School Gets Core 13, Headset and Microphone, External Speakers Free Learning Software Installations and 4 Weeks Mentoring in Advanced Content Production

We’re committed to improving the learning outcomes of primary education

Bunmi Adedayo Foundation (BAF) is a non-profit organization working to improve the learning outcomes of primary education in Nigeria. This is achieved through our three-pronged approach of Teacher Development and Training, School Leadership Improvement and Mentoring and School Infrastructure Transformation.

About TRTP

Welcome to the Tech Relevant Teacher Project

The Tech Relevant Teacher Project (TRT) Project is a Bunmi Adedayo Foundation initiative, sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation. The project aims to train 200 low-cost and middle schools (school heads and teachers) in virtual teaching skills and technologies. It also seeks to introduce virtual teaching into schools who do not have the resources and skills to do so by supporting them with hardware and software resources. It is a 4-month project (between February and May 2021) that shall directly impact 600 beneficiaries (200 School Heads, 200 Math Teachers and 200 English teachers) and indirectly reach over 1,400 teachers. The trainings will be delivered both virtually while the mentoring will be blended.

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TRTP Events And Activities

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Flag-Off Ceremony / Press Briefing

On February 3rd, 2021, the Bunmi Adedayo Foundation flagged off the Tech-Relevant Teacher (TRT) Project, an initiative to empower schools and classroom teachers with soft skills and computer accessories for digital content creation for schools.


School leadership and sustainability conference

Speakers at the event called for massive collaboration among education providers at all level and charged school leaders to utilize the COVID-19 disruptions to invest largely in technology and teacher development so as to be relevant in an ever changing world.


Grants Award Ceremony and Accountability Training for 30 Sub-Grantee Schools

Top Performing 30 schools emerged as TRT Project Grantees based on Course completion and quiz average, attendance to zoom session, completion of Microsoft Innovative Educator Course, Video Production Contest, and Interview with School Heads. See list of 30 schools here.


  • The Bunmi Adedayo Foundation (BAF) on February 3rd, flagged-off the Tech-Relevant Teacher (TRT) Project, sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation. The event was attended by partner organizations, BAF Board Directors and gentle-men of the press

  • The application for participation in the project opens from Midnight 3rd February 2021 and closed on 16th February 2021. Only low-cost and middle-cost schools within Lagos state who do not charge more than 100,000 naira annually that are qualified to apply.

  • Upon closure of the registration, there were over 480 applications. After screening based on the filter criteria below, 216 schools were selected. Click here to see the beneficiary schools.

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  • The Teachers’ domain of the Foundation’s Learning Management System was launched for immediate uptake. This was done after a 3 hour demo session for the TRT Project beneficiaries. Visit www.teachers.balearner.org

  • A new and the first course on the teachers.balearner.org was released for the beneficiaries. The course exposed them to pragmatic skills, and tools required for learning content production and digitization. Some of the tools include different presentation slides, video and screen recording, editing and compression, use of Google chrome extensions, Microsoft One Note, Google Classroom, Blended Learning Platforms, and interactive lesson notes using Learning Designer among many others

  • As part of the project activities, all the project beneficiaries were thought on Advanced Content Production through a 4-weeks Live Training Session on Zoom.

  • Among all the beneficiaries, top 50 schools emerged based on all the parametres below:
    i. Average Course Quiz Scores,
    ii. Course Completion,
    iii. Attendance to Zoom Trainings and Sessions
    iv. Microsoft Innovative Educator Certifications
    v. Video Production Contest, and
    vi. Interview with School Heads.

    See list of top 50 Schools.

  • Over 480 beneficiaries completed the 8-module course on the BAF LMS while over 250 became Microsoft Certified Educators, because of the Project.

  • Out of the top 50 schools listed earlier, the outstanding 30 schools emerged as grantees to receive computer hardware and software accessories.

  • On Monday 3rd May 2021, 30 Schools were award grants to support their content production and digitization. Each grantee school received a Core i3 Computer, Headset with Microphone, an external PC Speaker, Participation in 3 Weeks subject expert mentoring in Math and English, participation in Advanced Content Production Master Class and eligible to compete for their own customized Learning Management System, courtesy of the Bunmi Adedayo Foundation.

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Latest Event List

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full event list.

20 May

3 Weeks Mentoring in Math, English and Advanced Content Production

  • Time: 9:00am 02:00pm
  • Location: Lagos Island
20 May

Announcement and Award of Customized Grants to Best 3 Schools

  • Time: 9:00am 02:00pm
  • Location: Insta-Live
20 May

Closing Ceremony

  • Time: 9:00am 02:00pm
  • Location: Lagos Island