OVERVIEWTransforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) in Ghana is a four-year government programme to support the implementation of the new policy framework for Pre-Tertiary Teacher Professional Development and Management. T-TEL seeks to transform the delivery of pre-service teacher education in Ghana by improving the quality of teaching and learning in relevant national bodies, institutions and all 40 Colleges of Education (CoEs). Seven core elements have been identified to achieve positive change in teacher training.
1. Training and coaching for CoE tutors in Mathematics, English and Science, and eventually generic materials for all tutors;
2. Support to the management of CoEs and training of its Principals;
3. Support to reform the pre-service curriculum;
4. Support to develop more effective student practicums;
5. Work with MoE and regulatory bodies on the implementation of existing policies for teacher education;
6. A Challenge Fund to which CoEs and their partner districts and schools will be able to apply to carry out innovative initiatives;
7. A set of incentives for each CoE to improve their management and training delivery.
The project, which started in November 2014, is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) as part of its Girls Participatory Approaches to Students Success (G-PASS) programme. The programme is being managed by Cambridge Education.
OUR QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORTS
REPORT OF THE CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING WORKSHOP
REPORT ON THE STAKEHOLDERS' MEETING (19-10-16)
REPORT ON ORIENTATION FOR TUTORS AND MENTORS (SECOND QUARTER)
Reference: T-TEL Website