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T-TEL PARTNERS WITH THE TEACHER TRAINEES’ ASSOCIATION OF GHANA (TTAG) TO OFFER INTERNSHIPS FOR STUDENT TEACHERS
The internships, which are offered to student teachers twice a year for four weeks during College of Education vacation periods, provide the opportunity to gain practical work experience and also understand how T-TEL collaborates and works with the Ministry of Education and government agencies both nationally and sub-nationally.
Ghana Education Service and T-TEL organise Communications Training for district communicators under the Communities of Excellence Programme￼
The training, which took place at the T-TEL Office in Accra on 15th and 16th August, was aimed at empowering the teams so that they can develop robust communications plans and equipping them with effective and appropriate tools to communicate with stakeholders.
The Colleges of Education Weekly Journal (CoEWJ) recently organised a two-day National Dialogue on Initial Teacher Education at the Bediako Hall, GNAT Headquarters in Accra.
The dialogue took place on Wednesday and Thursday, 27th and 28th July 2022, under the theme “4-years into the transformation of Colleges of Education into Degree Awarding Institutions – Realities and the way forward”.
T-TEL Speaks: 64th World Assembly of the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) 2022.
The conference, under the theme “Building Creative Global Teacher Education Communities Post-Pandemic: International Research-Based Collaboration” served as a platform to share relevant ideas and findings to foster interactive dialogues to improve teacher education globally.
T-TEL held its second Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Accra on Saturday, 23rd April 2022.
The AGM enables Board Members, T-TEL Subscribers, Key Advisers, Consultants and Senior Management to discuss how T-TEL is run and ensure that the organization remains true to its vision, mission and values.
With a mission to “practicalise science for students”, Gregory and Christoffer Akeploo, a science tutor from St. Francis College of Education, have been exploring ways to support schools and Colleges of Education, to encourage more practice-based science in the classroom.
Integrating ICT into teaching and learning: lessons from St. Monica’s and Mampong Technical Colleges of Education ￼
In 2018 the Government of Ghana introduced a new Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Initial Teacher Education for all new entrants to the teaching profession who want to teach in basic schools. This B.Ed. is very practically focused and incorporates ICT as one of its cross-cutting issues, meaning that ICT must be integrated across all aspects of teaching and learning.
Managing for Learning: Building collective action to improve senior secondary schools in Ghana. A case of Tatale E.P Agric Senior High School.
‘Managing for Learning’ is a new approach which is being implemented by the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Ministry of Education in 12 secondary schools across the country as part of the Secondary Education Transformation Programme (SETP) supported by T-TEL and the Mastercard Foundation.
Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning (T-TEL) facilitated a one-day research training workshop for the newly constituted Research Desk of the Colleges of Education Weekly Journal (CoEWJ) on Thursday, February 10, 2022, at the T-TEL head office in Accra.
T-TEL collaborates with Accra College of Education to mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science
The Accra College of Education through its Teaching and Learning Resource Centre, collaborated with Transforming Teaching, Education and Learning (T-TEL) to commemorate International Day of Women and Girls in Science (IDWGS) 2022. The day aimed to recognise the role of women and girls in science and the need to support, encourage and empower more women and girls to pursue science as a career.
I have often been asked why a female like me finds interest in teaching Science and Mathematics. I shrug and say they are like any other subjects. I have always loved Science and Mathematics and find them to be extremely easy subjects. My goal is to change the perception that boys are better at Mathematic than girls; I have a strong conviction that women and girls can equally do well in all endeavours if they put their minds and efforts to them.
The Journal celebrated its third anniversary on October 29, 2021, and invited T-TEL to join them on a College Tour to Gambaga College of Education in the North East Region. The tour aimed to highlight the College’s achievements and build a relationship between the College and the media.
“We saw a significant increase in the number of students who participated in lessons as the asynchronous mode enabled learners to learn at their own pace.”
In fulfillment of the Companies Act, T-TEL has held its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Accra, Ghana.
Third Transforming Senior High School Education, Teaching & Learning Quarterly Planning Meeting held by T-TEL
Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning (T-TEL) held the third Quarterly Planning Meeting for the Mastercard Foundation supported Transforming Senior High School Education, Teaching and Learning programme on Monday, August 2, and Tuesday, August 3, 2021. The meeting took place on zoom and in-person…
”We are changing the way we look at education in this country”- Robin Todd Addresses Gambaga College of Education
The National Teachers’ Standards, which guides teacher preparation and practice in the country, tells us what a good teacher in Ghana must do…
T-TEL supports four Universities and Colleges of Education to write Professional Development Handbooks
Professional Development (PD) sessions are an important way to ensure effective implementation of the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Initial teacher education and the National Teacher Education Assessment Policy (NTEAP)…
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) inaugurates Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Committee
On Tuesday, July 6, the Faculty of Educational Studies (FES) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) inaugurated a Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Committee to support …
Diana Dasu is a teacher from the Upper West Region of Ghana who got admission to Tumu College of Education to study for a Diploma in Early Childhood Education (ECE).
On this special occasion marking the first Anniversary of T-TEL (Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning), I send this message to acknowledge and commend everyone who has contributed to make this one year such a great success and the anniversary worth celebrating.
So far we have made great progress towards achieving our vision and mission. We set out to be a truly Ghanaian company operating in the area of education. T-TEL is fully Ghanaian owned, and the excellent technical personnel are all Ghanaians.
UEW interacts with stakeholders to implement National Teacher Education GESI Strategy and Action Plan
The Institute for Teacher Education and Continuing Professional Development (ITECPD) in the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) organised a day’s meeting with stakeholders on the implementation of the National Teacher Education Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Strategy and Action Plan 2020-25.
The University for Development Studies (UDS) has handed over office space to Transforming Teaching, Education and Learning (T-TEL) at their City Campus in Tamale.
The University of Development Studies’ Directorate of Colleges of Education Affiliation organized a tutor professional development workshop for Heads of Departments, Subject Leads, Professional Development (PD) coordinators and Tutors from their affiliated Colleges of Education on 10th and 11th June.
The National Teaching Council (NTC) is mandated by the Education Regulatory Bodies Act 2020 (ACT 1023), to license teachers in Ghana. The purpose of the Ghana Teacher Licensing Examination (GTLE) is to identify suitable candidates (teachers) for a professional license.
St. Joseph’s College of Education, Bechem, held its 11th congregation ceremony for Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) graduates of 2018, 2019 and 2020 batches on Friday 28th May 2021 at the College Assembly Hall.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) held a two-day workshop on the 24th and 25th May 2021 for Professional Development Coordinators (PDCs), Subject Leads and Heads of Department (HoDs) from the five (5) Colleges of Education (CoES) affiliated to the University at the St. Joseph’s College of Education (JOSCO).
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Ghanaian not-for-profit organisation, Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning (T-TEL) to effectively implement the reforms in teacher education, including the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) curriculum in UEW’s affiliated Colleges of Education and the pre-tertiary education curriculum reform.