One Potential Way of Helping Students Build Self-confidence Is Through Art Therapy - Helena Amoah
In an effort to promote emotional well-being and personal growth among the youth, Get Out Of Depression (GOOD) team have organised a days art therapy session for students of Fedep International School in Cape Coast. The programme was held on Monday, 5th June, 2023 at the school premises, with the objective of assisting the students in building confidence, expressing themselves, and fostering openness.
Why You Should Change Your Study Environment Regularly
Changing your study environment regularly can have several benefits that can enhance your learning experience and overall academic performance. Here are some reasons why it is beneficial to change your study environment regularly: Increased Focus: Studying in the same location for a prolonged period can lead to monotony and reduced concentration.
All You Need To Know About Alexander Antobre Dwumah
Lotal Ghana, also known as Alexander Antobre Dwumah, is a renowned Ghanaian blogger and the CEO of Lotal Ghana. Beginning as a blogger, Alexander Antobre Dwumah specialized in writing about entertainment, news, and lifestyle subjects. He established LotalGhana.com as a forum for him to communicate with people and share his hobbies.
Meet the Lady who said she can’t never marry a teacher.
Those who got excellent grades in secondary school were told such grades were university grades, not grades for training colleges. The assumption is that the training colleges are for those who failed or performed poorly in secondary school just as Visual Arts, Home Economics and Technical education are for those who performed poorly in BECE.
2022 WASSCE Results To Be Released On This Date; Find Out
The final completion date for this year's WASSCE was September 27th. According to reports, the WASSCE marking for this year is about to be released. SHS graduates are anxious and waiting desperately for their results. Well, according to WAEC, results are released between 45 and 60 days after writing.
Why Fire Officers Should Retire at 45 Years
The Ghana National Fire Service is a body under the Ministry of Interior Responsible for Ensuring fire Outbreak is properly managed within the country. The Institution has several officers including Station Officers Across the Country. They are also mandated to distribute water to homes. Issues of fire needs swift attention and as at now the fire Service should be well equipped with other options aside fire tenders, there should be other mobile machines that can manage average fire Outbreak without the fire tender going there necessarily.
You can not disrespect Agricultural Studies and expect abundant food at low prices.
General Arts students are respected than Visual Arts, Home Economics and Technical Students in this country. In fact, if after BECE, somebody asks you what programme you're pursuing in secondary school and you mention Technical or Vocational education, the next likely question is: why?
16 Things “Wise” People Do; A Fool Does The Opposite
1. Wise people think before they speak, and watch their steps each time before they act. They understand how mistakes can be costly, and so they prefer to allow other people take the first steps so they can learn from them. 2. A wise person knows when to speak and when to shut up, when to hide and when to show up.
UCC Sandwich: We Pay GH¢ 800 From Tamale to Eastern Region For Lectures
A group of sandwich students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) sandwich programme in Tamale in the Northern Region have complained bitterly about how they spend close to GHC 800 on transportation from Tamale to Eastern Region for lectures during vacation. The affected students who are mostly teachers holding diploma certificates and are doing their post-diploma programmes in the UCC's 5-Semester Sandwich Programme disclosed that ever since the study centre in Tamale was moved to the Eastern region, that decision has been unfavourable to them.
Captain Smart Calls On Harvard, Top Universities To Reject African Politicians After Anas Expose'
It has become a custom that African politicians usually send their wards outside the country to pursue higher education to occupy various positions in government upon completion. Mostly, they do this to groom these young ones to follow in their steps. Ironically, those who attain knowledge and earn academic qualifications from these renowned International Universities don't utilize it to better the lives of the masses whom they always promise with the Bible or Koran to serve.
Five (5) Psychological Tricks That Would Blow You Away When Practiced
Having a knowledge of how the brain works is a great advantage. You are able to manipulate people to chase you without even realizing it. Here are five psychological tricks that would blow you away when you try it. To avoid unnecessary drama at your workplace and school, it is powerful to compliment people behind their back.
University of Ghana Fees - Nugs exposes inconsistencies
The general secretary for the National Union of Ghana Students, Joshua K Opey has exposed the University of Ghana on the level of assaults meted out to students as a result of high charges of fees in the 2019/202 academic year. The research by the general secretary shows the analogy of an increase in payment by the university authorities which corresponds to the parliamentary approval of 5% and charging between 4.9 to 5.04%.
Education Is My Topmost Priority Among My Developmental Plans For My People - Barekesehene.
Explaining his intentions to transform Barekese a capital town of the Atwima Nwabiagya North District of the Ashanti Region through development projects, the chief of the town, Nana Amoapem Brenya I cited education as one of his topmost priorities for his people. This is because he consider education as a source of national development and a key that leads to civilization.
Benjamin Quashie supports his former school with new technology devices.
Education is the key to success,Benjamin Quashie donates laptops and projectors to Accra Newtown Experimental 1 JHS. Mr.Quashie who is very known for his charity works joined his Colleagues old students to grace the school's maiden edition of their Speech and prize giving day program in Accra Newtown.
The Primary Benefits of Reading
Reading is a fundamental skill that is crucial for personal and academic development. It not only helps to improve vocabulary and communication skills, but also expands knowledge and stimulates the imagination. One of the primary benefits of reading is the expansion of vocabulary and language skills. As we read, we encounter a multitude of new words and phrases, which can help to improve our understanding of the language and expand our ability to express ourselves.
Kojo oku basic school needs massive support
Not long ago kojo oku school authorities were painted black in connection with duping parents. Moving into the school with one of the school authorities for our investigation shows that the school was only doing what it could to make sure the school Survives the hardships it is going through at the moment.
"Valley View University" SRC leadership gives back to the school
The Students' Representative Council (SRC) of Valley View University led by the president, Mordecai Nsiah Dwomoh, has donated fourteen pieces of washroom mirrors worth thousands of cedi's to the Vice-Chancellor of the university as part of the council's contribution towards the development of the school, as promised and captured in the council's policies.
How Students Can Prepare For WASSCE 2023
It is without doubt that this year's WASSCE candidates had it tough, and there are many reasons for why that is. The main reason is probably due to the lack of time and the number of topics they were yet to cover. This disadvantage will likely affect their results also.
Education Minister directs all Universities to reduce fees to meet the 15% threshold
After several struggles on the part of NUGS and other student organizations such as USAG, and GUPS engaging various stakeholders on the increase in fees in our tertiary institutions, the Minister of Education met with the Vice Chancellors of the various universities today, 5th January 2023. After the engagement with the Vice Chancellors, the Minister has directed all Universities to reduce all fees to the 15% threshold set by parliament, specific mention to the University of Ghana(UG).
University of Education Win 27th GUSA Games
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW), leapfrogged 13 other public universities in Ghana, to cement its position at the summit of the medal table for the recently ended 27th edition of the Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) games. The games was hosted by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi.