All Children Reading Team From USA Visits Ghana

All Children Reading Team From USA Visits Ghana

In the last quarter of 2012, OLE Ghana’s innovative Ghana Reads program was selected for sponsorship by All Children Reading (ACR), namely USAID, World Vision International and Aus Aid. As part of the monitoring process of the program a team from the ACR offices in the US was in the country form the 11th to the 18th of February 2014 to inspect projects that are being conducted as part of the ACR program. The team comprised of Rina Dhalla who...

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Ghana Reads Deployment At Kintampo South And Ayima Mansi

Ghana Reads Deployment At Kintampo South And Ayima Mansi

Deployment of Ghana Reads program in Kintampo South and Anyima Mansi ADPs started with 3 full days of training and a day each in each of the 4 schools. Participants who took part in the training were teachers, Head Teachers, and Circuit Supervisors. In all 48 people attended the training.The first 3 days saw participants introduced to the Ghana Reads Concept, engaged in discussions centered on pedagogy for the teaching of reading, the...

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1st OLE Team Visit To Sekyere East Schools In 2014

1st OLE Team Visit To Sekyere East Schools In 2014

From the 20th to the 25th of January Ghana Reads schools in the Sekyere East district had their turn to review what had transpired over the past year and to look at the way forward. A team from OLE Ghana comprising of the Executive Director, The Resource Manager and Technical Genius paid working visits to the two schools.In addition to reviewing the previous year’s performance with the help of the Feedback Portal, technical issues were also...

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Ghana Reads Deployment In Donkorkrom

Ghana Reads Deployment In Donkorkrom

Deployment of Ghana Reads started with 3 half days of together training and one day each in a school. Participants who took part in the training were teachers, Head Teachers, and Circuit Supervisors. For a successful implementation of the program, all the staff of the district education directorate of the GES including the Director, and the staff of World Vision took part in the training. This shows a great commitment of the stakeholders of the...

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End of Year Review

End of Year Review

Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Ghana began 2014 with a couple of review sessions on the implementation of the Ghana Reads program.The first of these sessions took place at the WVG – Amasaman ADP office on the 6th of January. Present from schools on the program were 15 head teachers, 2 lead teachers representing their heads, the 5 Ghana Reads coaches, officials from the local education directorate and staff from OLE Ghana. The heads’ review...

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