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.

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The past few years have seen momentous and positive changes within Ghana’s teacher education system as we have embarked upon the most ambitious and comprehensive set of reforms to initial teacher education in our nation’s history.

 

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Given the recent directive by the President of the Republic on measures taken to impede the spread of COVID-19, all T-TEL events scheduled to take place during the next 30 days have been cancelled or postponed.

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We know the difference good teachers make in the lives of students, but exactly what does it mean to be a ‘good teacher’?

 

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The National Teacher Education Assessment Policy (NTEAP) has become an integral part of achieving even greater heights in the teacher education reform.

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 The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has established a National Implementation Support Team (NIST) to oversee the effective execution of the new 4-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme -

 

 

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ICAI reports that impacts made on the teacher education sector in Ghana through the T-TEL Programme had greater success in achieving sustainability compared to the nine other case studies.