Director General for Education, Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah
The Ghana Education Service has proposed that lesson notes can now be written weekly after the curriculum has been changed.
The Basic and Senior High Schools Used to observe the term system but lately has shifted from that to semester system which means instead of schooling for three terms, school will operate for two semester and that ends the academic year.
The National Directorate of Ghana Education has by this proposed that all basic school teachers shift from writing lesson notes every week day to once in a week, this according to the service will allow teachers more time to focus on research in order to deliver in the classroom for proper teaching and learning communication.
The Director General added that Senior High School Teachers are not exempted from writing lesson notes, he called on Heads of academics to ensure lesson notes are checked regularly, this was discussed in a close door meeting with stakeholders and some directors of the Service.
The Director General, Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah also discouraged teachers from leaving credit hours to go waste.
He urged that provision will be made for teaching and learning materials to be made available for effective teaching.
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