The decision of the Government of Ghana to provide teachers with laptops has seen light. The three teacher unions after a press statement issued by the Ghana Education Service lauded the decision by the government to help provide teachers across the country with laptops.
The leadership could not hide their joy as they believe this initiative will help bridge the ICT gap among teachers and therefore expressed their willingness to accept the laptops in good fate and as a result, assured the GES and the government that teachers are ready and prepared to receive the said laptops to teachers.
Information made available indicates that some districts have received the laptops awaiting distribution. Teachers will however be called in batches to receive the said laptop when it reaches each district.
Distribution of laptops without digitization of lesson note is a total waste of resources directors forcefully creating bank accounts for newly trained teachers-the woes
Most teachers will have to spend part of instructional hours to prepare the notes at the expense of the Pupils, Since we are in the technological world, Teachers need a lot of time to do external researches, thus, he/she needs to use the internet and other resources to enhance their pedagogy
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