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By Kofi Essien. First posted April 2013, OLE Ghana 

Granted that the human being will like to do more of what it wants and is comfortable with I ask this question, “What do our children want in a school setting?” Perhaps finding answers to this would get them to like schooling and take to learning lifelong.

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By Kofi Essien.  First posted January 2012, OLE Ghana 

There are many who believe that the mere provision of school buildings would necessarily lead to quality education. There are others who will posit that this should be matched by teaching and learning resources and the use of a teacher centered approach.

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By Agnes Asamoah-Duodu. First posted September 2013, OLE Ghana  

Thanks to teachers who have made great impact in people’s life. Dedicated teachers nurture the innovative potential in their learners, preparing them to step into a world full of uncertainties. Quality teaching by quality teachers can help shape learners success and make them true winners in life.

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By Kofi Essien. First posted April 2013, OLE Ghana

What answers do you expect when you ask people to name managerial positions they are familiar with? Ready answers will be Bank Manager, Petrol Filing Station Manager, Sales Manager, a Chief Executive. But what about the Teacher? I am sure that name would never come up.

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By OLE Research Team. First posted August 2012, OLE Ghana 

“Multigrade teaching is not a temporary measure. It is concerned with the policy of education for all and the cultural and scientific promotion of the whole nation - a long term task.

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By Mrs.Valentina Bannerman (Retired Chief Librarian UEW & Past Chairperson Ghana Librarian Association) First posted August 2012 OLE Ghana   

The purpose of education has always been to train persons to fit in society. With the change in the needs of society comes the change in the way people are educated.

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By Kofi Essien. First posted June 2014, OLE Ghana  

The writer of this article based on his experience working with OLE Ghana which has coaching as a core component of its learning model, addresses the quality question in our education system by suggesting the adoption of the coaching concept.

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By Kofi Essien.  First posted September 2011, OLE Ghana

Many will agree that the educational sector has been constantly besieged with a number of challenges that though tackled at various levels, are still yet to be solved in a sustainable manner. One such issue is that of initial teacher training and their continuous professional development.

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 By Kofi Essien. First posted September 2011, OLE Ghana  

It is quite common to hear teachers talk about the need for motivation. In fact they are not alone in this quest for motivation. Every other worker needs it.

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By Kofi Essien. First posted December 2012, OLE Ghana  

Mobile learning or M-Learning is emerging as one of the solutions to the challenges faced by education. Its unique attributes of being personal, portable, and interactive, makes it an aid to formal and informal learning and thus holds enormous potential to transform the delivery of education and training.

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By Kofi Essien. First posted January 2012, OLE Ghana 

Introduction

My decision to write on this topic has afforded me the opportunity to do a retrospection of my own teaching career and that of the many I have come across during my work as a classroom practitioner, a senior school administrator, teacher professional development supporter and my two years spent at the Ministry of Education supporting the ICT in Education Unit.

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By Richard Rowe. First posted January 2012, OLE Ghana  

There is a village in Ghana named Adawasa. It is a distance from Accra, Ghana’s capital, and in the past was connected to the rest of the world only by its dirt road that is impassible during the raining season. 

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