The Education Minister, Dr Yaw Adutwum following the ongoing brouhaha about whether teachers should still write lesson notes after recieving the TM1 laptops, has emphasized and clear the air.
In a video shared on Teacher Kwadwo's Facebook page he said;
There is no need for teachers to be copying lesson notes which has been in existence for over ten years every day. The SISOs believe that, if teachers keep copying lesson notes each time, it will help them to create new lesson note content. Just give them the chance to write lesson notes
Dr. Adutwum declared that, teachers are to prepare lesson notes but it can be written, printed or in a soft copy.
His comments comes in wake of many teachers agitations about writing of lesson notes after still recieving the TM1 laptops. According to some teachers, the District Directors of Education has obligated them to write hand writing lesson notes. The Directors said they have not received any official communique from GES.
You may watch the video by clicking on the blue link.
Sources: Teacher Kwadwo Facebook page
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