The Ghana Education Service (GES) has called on the heads of all senior high schools to include digital learning on the schools’ timetables most especially for the final year West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The GES in a letter dated May 05, 2022, to all regional directors of education referenced an earlier directive of the distribution of 726 digitally recorded lessons of the four core subjects to Senior High Schools in 2021 as part of an intervention programme for both teachers and workers.
According to the GES, all heads of Senior high schools are to continue using the digitally recorded lessons as part of digital lessons to help improve students’ performances and teachers’ competency levels.
Also, the letter indicated that to ensure the usage of the digitally recorded lessons, every school is to incorporate digital lessons in the timetable, especially for the form three year group.
The subjects include Science,. Mathematics, English Language and Social Studies.
However, the GES said it shall conduct nationwide monitoring of the implementation of the directive to ensure its efficiency.
The GES also encouraged the usage of the past questions to help the students to know what is expected of them with reference to the chief examiner’s report.
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