The Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh on Tuesday, second June 2020 met with authorities from the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast drove Prof. Christine Adu–Yeboah, the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) drove by Mr. Thomas Musah, Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T–TEL) drove by Mr. Robin Todd and the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) drove by Prof. Mohammed Salifu. Different authorities at the gathering included Prof. Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State accountable for Tertiary Education, Chief Director at the Ministry of Education among other high positioning authorities of the Ministry of Education.
The gathering was planned for talking about issues of a progress from the DBE to B.Ed. for understudy educators finishing with Diploma in Basic Education and in-administration instructors with Diploma in Basic Education. The one-year top-up course is relied upon to take a span of around 15 months utilizing mixed getting the hang of prompting the honor of B.Ed. in different choices. The fundamental territories of specialization are Early Grade, Primary Education, and Junior High School Education.
Taking everything into account and per the last endorsement by the National Accreditation Board, the 15 months program is probably going to launch in October 2020.
The reason for the top-up course is to give an establishing in the new methodologies which are being presented in the Ghanaian instruction framework to guarantee skill against the National Teaching Standards and improved results for understudy instructors and the students they will educate. The course is additionally to guarantee all instructors have degrees and accomplish more noteworthy equality over the framework.
The Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast has built up the course and presently experiencing the important accreditation process. Different colleges are relied upon to do likewise.
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