Connecticut organizes Curriculum and Literacy Training Workshop
Training in session
Our commitment to providing excellent education comes with the need for periodic professional development of our staff for optimum contribution. This led to the collaboration between our College and Dr. Douglas Yeboah-Awusi to organize a training workshop on the subject "Developing Curriculum and Instruction that have concrete impact on literacy, Culture and Student Identity Formation".
The training emphasized on literacy and culture as two of the most important factors that characterizes a persons identity. The pair (Literacy and Culture) form a feature that defines a person's identity which contributes to how people see themselves and identify with a particular group. It also culminates to communication where students engage in literacy to exchange information at home and more importantly during school hours.
This brings to fore the need to put relevance on the norms and values of students and capture them in the event of curriculum devleopment which in a long term contributes to the formation of their identity. This program took place at the College Auditorium with facilitation from Dr. Kris Nystrom (Connecticut, USA). Present was Ag. Principal, Mr. Justice O. D. Fenteng and staff, representatives from Ghana Education Service as well as Headmasters and teachers from MesTech, St. Monica's B, Yiadom Boakye Experimental etc.
Below are some images of the training
Facilitator: Dr. Kris Nystrom (Connecticut, USA)
Ag. Principal Mr. Justice O. D. Fenteng (Right)
Staff Members Present
Dr. Douglas Yeboah-Awusi (Right)
Participants in session