WELCOME TO T-TEL
We are a Ghanaian not-for-profit organisation that provides high quality technical advice, project management, research and implementation support services, using local talent and expertise to enable Ghana’s education system to reach greater heights.
Transformed Education for Development
To become a leading supplier of educational technical assistance for improving learning outcomes and greater productivity
Our Core Values
Accountability; Integrity; Inclusivity; Collaboration; Creativity; Excellence
Transforming Senior High School Education, Teaching and Learning (T-SHEL)
T-SHEL is a Government of Ghana programme implemented in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation. T-SHEL aims to achieve an extensive and sustainable transformation in the quality and relevance of Ghana’s secondary education system.
Ghana District Change Project: Communities of Excellence
Communities of Excellence is a Ministry of Education initiative which uses the Managing for Learning approach to improve learning. Communities of Excellence is led by Ghana Education Service (GES) facilitated by Transforming Teaching, Education and Learning (T-TEL) with funding from Jacobs Foundation in Lambussie, Bosome Freho and Akuapem South.
COVID-19 Impact Assessment Study
This research study was implemented in partnership with EdTech Hub. It assessed the impact of the closure of Colleges of Education due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ghana Education Service, Ministry of Education and their agencies join T-TEL to visit schools in Lambussie District to observe progress made on the Communities of Excellence Programme
These visitors included such distinguished educationists as Professor Jophus Anamuah-Mensah (Board Chair of T-TEL), Patty Assan (GES’s Director of Schools and Instructions), Professor Mohammed Salifu (Director-General of GTEC), Nana Baffour Awuah (MoE’s Director of Pre-Tertiary Education) and Michael Yaw Acheampong (NaSIA’s Deputy Inspector General).
Empowering District Education Officers: Ghana Education Service organizes training workshop on Effective Classroom Observation and Professional Learning Community Sessions
The training was a response to a monitoring exercise conducted by GES in the districts to observe how the district officers were effectively observing teachers during lesson delivery and to assess the extent to which they were adhering to and applying the National Teachers’ Standards during teaching and learning.
PRESS RELEASE Transformation in Ghanaian Teacher Education: First Batch of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) students to graduate from Colleges of Education (CoEs)
For the first time in the history of our education system, Ghana will produce its first Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) cohort from our 46 public Colleges of Education. The beginning teachers graduating from the B.Ed. meet the National Teachers’ Standards and are well prepared to deliver the standards-based curriculum which was rolled out nationwide in 2019.
RT @BosomeFreho_GES: Congratulations to all the winners, especially Nana Sefaa D/A Primary School, who took the ultimate award. @TTELGhana…Read More
RT @robinedwardtodd: @TTELGhana held our first Board meeting of 2023 through a combination of 'Room and Zoom'. I am very grateful to our Bo…Read More
RT @b_woode: This morning, I watched a drama competition for seven schools in the Anyanso Circuit that the @BosomeFreho GES Communication t…Read More
RT @FulbrightTeach: Our thanks to @TTELGhana for inviting #Fulbright Teachers to learn how local talent is leveraged to provide technical a…Read More
RT @BosomeFreho_GES: Day 2 of the Communities of Excellence Programme (CEP) Communication Team drama competition continues today, 10th Marc…Read More
During the meeting our new staff had the opportunity to interact with the Communities of Excellence Programme team and hear about the progress which has been made in Lambussie, Bosome Freho and Akuapem South over the past twelve months. 3/3 https://t.co/MOuOjbzNoKRead More
This meeting has helped to ensure that our new staff are fully equipped to transition into their new roles and support the Government of Ghana to improve teaching and learning. 2/3 https://t.co/DBi4IzAmm1Read More
,@TTELGhana held a two-day internal planning meeting and induction session for seven new staff members who have recently joined us. 1/3 https://t.co/f6kfr5iEsFRead More
RT @BosomeFreho_GES: As part of strategies of ensuring that each stakeholder plays its roles effectively for the success of the Communities…Read More