The former head of ICT at the National Identification Authority, the Mr Osei Kwame Griffith has come out to say that he made a prediction about Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia before his presentation on the state of the economy and according to him, the prediction happened. While speaking on a show on Adom tv earlier, Mr Griffith said that he predicted that the vice president will not speak the facts but he will rather try to beat about the bush in his presentation.
GES issues Directives to Teachers who are finding it difficult to register for the Teacher's laptop project, no teacher will be left out. The distribution of Teacher’s Mate1 laptop is currently ongoing, the distribution is done at the regional level, when it get to the turn of a region, Teachers in that region are given a USSD code to register for collection, if a teacher is able to complete the registration process, a collection code is sent to the teacher to be used for the collection of the laptop.
To adjust teaching and learning to meet the current trends of society, the Vice-president, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia launched the "one laptop one teacher" initiative to help leverage technology to facilitate teaching and learning in our schools. The policy is aimed at providing a laptop to each teacher at the pre-tertiary levels of our educational system.
Abraham Wakilu, 49, was having a python programming discussion; an IT software development construction, when his elder sister and uncle walked on him at their conference room and threatened to deal with him if he didn't reverse his decision on their family house. The team of six people couldn't do their work on 1 August after the family interrupted their meeting and threatened their leader, Abraham.
The fundamental head of Kpandai in the Northern area has served notice that main people with information in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) would be permitted to possess conventional influential positions. Kpandai Wura, Nana Bresiam Okoree Atorsah II, has additionally given a final proposal to bosses in his conventional region to gain ICT abilities or hazard losing their stools.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) is in preparation to begin examination on Information and Communication Technology as a core subject paper in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). The Nation Ghana has been preaching digitization to it’s citizens but the majority of the citizens are I.T incline.
Hundreds of students in Wioso have benefitted from the Otumfuo-Agroecom Mobile Learning Project (OAMLP) following the two-week stay of the team in Wioso in the Ahafo Ano South District of the Ashanti Region. Students from various schools including Wioso D/A JHS and Primary, Wioso St. Peter’s R/C JHS and Primary, and Wioso Joy Preparatory JHS and Primary, were provided knowledge in Information Communication Technology (ICT), Reading, and customs.
The breaking news on in Ghana is that the West African Examination Council, also known as WAEC, has published the 2022/23 Primary School Examination (BECE) timetable for school and private candidates. BECE 2022 begins on October 17, 2022 at approved test centers across the country.
The Spanish Government has presented vehicles and information communication technology (ICT) equipment to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) and the Ghana Police Service to enhance their operations. The gesture, the Spanish Government said, was to support the Government of Ghana to manage irregular migration and other cross border crime.
All teachers across Ghana are to go through a three to four basic ICT training on the use of laptop before being issued. In a letter addressed to all regional directors of the Ghana Education Service and signed by its deputy director general in charge of Management Services, Anthony Boateng, the decision is to equip teachers on the use of the various e-learning resources contained in the laptops.
Pupils at Assin Hasowodze D/A Basic School in the Central Region's Assin South District, who might have considered themselves fortunate to have access to ICT tools, are now falling behind in IT education due to a shortage of ICT teachers. The laptops were supplied by Ghana Investment Fund For Electronic Communications (GIFEC) approximately a year ago, but have since been left in limbo, according to Angel News' Akosua Akyere Kumiwaa.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has a common grading system for schools in the country, the deprived schools are disadvantaged due to Government inability to provide them with quality education. Students in the deprived schools are shortchanged, it is the responsibility of the government to provide them with quality education, some of these schools have no proper classrooms, lack of teachers and teaching and learning materials.
Sharifatu Azumey who is also known as the Senior Prefect of her school, Tamdede Adom MA Basic School in Berekum has her dream fulfilled after ATC Ghana cut ribbon for the opening of Digital Community Center. The 15- years old girl was overjoyed to have such a day come to pass in her life.
The one teacher one laptop project seems to me that it has become an avenue for some officers at the Ghana Education Service district offices to make themselves rich at the detriment of teachers. The initiative which is supposed to help the Ghanaian teacher in public schools at the pre-tertiary education level to improve teaching and learning by adopting ICT turned out to rather discourage teachers from utilising the laptops in the classroom.
In the current world, ICT has become a very important subject that can't be eliminated in this mordern world. As a result of the rapid development in technology, there has been the need for the respective ICT teachers to be in line with the evolution, hence the call for a workshop.
By Nana Oye Gyimah Yamoransa (C/R), Oct 12- Girls have been told to show interest in the usage of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) as the world rapidly moves into digitalization. Mrs. Eva Gyina-Bediako, the Saltpond District Director of Ghana Education staff Development Institute (GESDI) made this call during a consultative meeting with girls on the international day of the girl child.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has given direction for the conduct of the end of first term examinations. The service says all schools should conduct examinations for their students. The directive to the schools has got many talking. It has been a subject of discussion on social media and many in-person discussions, especially among the teaching fraternity.
The second year students by then before the strike of COVID-19 now on 15th November,2021 had the chance to write their BECE exam instead of June. In normal times these students were supposed to make their way into the SHS in this month of November. Today Friday 19th November has been the end of exam with ICT which commenced with Social Studies on the first day, Monday.
For those who comes across postings of free internet data, free this and free that. Let me teach you some basic ICT. Any Link that start with "http" is most likely a phishing link. Phishing is usually intended to get your Personal details including your date of Birth, Bank Account Number etc.
Mama Kodzogasi II, the newly enstooled Queen mother of Kpando Gadza in the Volta Region, has committed to prioritize education as part of the community's long-term development goal. Every child in the community will be able to read and execute basic arithmetic by Primary Three, and will have gained practical skills in information communication technology (ICT) before graduating junior high school (JHS) under the queen mother's direction.