Ferdinand | EducationGhana | January 17 |Allow Teachers to Prepare Lesson Plans in Handwritten or Electronic Forms—GES to Heads of Schools
“The Ghana Education Service (GES) has communicated that teachers in Pretertiary institutions can prepare their lesson plans in either handwritten or electronic form, including printed and email formats. The decision is outlined in a letter signed by Dr. Kwabena Bempah Tandoh, the Deputy Director-General in charge of quality and assurance at the GES.”
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has issued a directive allowing teachers in Pre-tertiary institutions to prepare their lesson plans in either handwritten or electronic form. This decision, communicated through a letter, provides teachers with flexibility in presenting their lesson plans, accommodating both traditional and modern approaches to instructional preparation.
The letter, signed by Dr. Kwabena Bempah Tandoh, the Deputy Director-General in charge of quality and assurance at the Ghana Education Service, was addressed to all regional directors of education.
The information is expected to be disseminated to heads of schools, including both Basic and Second cycle institutions, through their respective district, municipal, and metropolitan education directorates.
This move reflects the GES’s acknowledgement of the diverse preferences and technological advancements in education. Teachers now have the option to choose between handwritten lesson plans or electronic formats, which include both printed and email versions.
The decision is expected to cater to educators’ varying teaching styles and preferences across Pretertiary institutions in Ghana.
- Teachers now have the freedom to choose their preferred format for lesson plan preparation.
- Handwritten, printed electronic, and emailed electronic formats are all valid options.
- This policy change applies to all pre-tertiary institutions in Ghana.
- Communication regarding the new policy has been disseminated through regional directors of education to school heads.
- Increased teacher autonomy and comfort in lesson planning.
- Improved efficiency and organization for some teachers through electronic formats.
- Reduced paper usage and environmental impact for those opting for electronic formats.
- Wider accessibility to lesson plans through email sharing (if applicable).
- Ensuring all formats maintain clarity, organization, and necessary details.
- Addressing potential concerns about document security and storage for electronic formats.
- Providing necessary support and resources for teachers unfamiliar with electronic lesson planning tools.
Overall, this policy shift by the GES demonstrates a commitment to fostering a more flexible and adaptable learning environment for Ghanaian teachers. By offering multiple options for lesson plan preparation, the GES empowers teachers to choose the format that best suits their individual needs and teaching styles.
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