Here you can find all the latest updates on T-TEL and teacher education in Ghana. Access information about our programme activities, training sessions and materials, policy updates and important news for teachers and Colleges of Education.
The NTC and the Institute of Education with support from T-TEL will hold a National Stakeholder Forum to articulate a vision and identify the key themes and issues that will drive the review of the DBE curriculum.
At the 2nd annual International Conference on Education Research for Development in Africa (ICERDA 2016), a panel of T-TEL staff members delivered a guest presentation on innovative strategies T-TEL is currently implementing and showing early evidence of impact on educational practices within Colleges of Education and teachers.
Teachers hold the key to a better future for all. They inspire, challenge and empower innovative and responsible citizens. Every day, they help to educate children of different backgrounds and needs - mentoring and encouraging them to be enthused about and remain in school and give them a strong start in life.
A grant signing ceremony has been held at the NCTE Council Chamber for the disbursement of GH₵ 769,044.00 to ten (10) Colleges of Education to implement innovative interventions that would improve the pedagogical skills of student teachers.
A panel of five T-TEL team members will present a paper on significant innovations supported by T-TEL, at the 2nd Annual International Conference on Education Research for Development in Africa (ICERDA 2016) billed to take place at the Alisa Hotel, Accra from the 3rd-5th October, 2016.
The University of Cape Coast (UCC) and the Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) Programme has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to review the Diploma in Basic Education Curriculum for Colleges of Education in Ghana.