Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL), a four year programme managed by us, is harnessing technology to transform the delivery of training in the country.
Getting well-trained teachers into Ghana’s schools is critical for upskilling its population and strengthening its economy. Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL), a four year programme managed by us, is harnessing cutting-edge technology to transform the delivery of teacher training in the country. The Raspberry Pi, a low-cost credit card-sized computer, will enable student teachers to make the most of limited internet connectivity at colleges and access quality teaching materials.
This is believed to be the first time that a UK aid supported international development programme has used technology of this kind. T-TEL is also providing colleges with tablets to enable trainees to access resources that support their professional development and learn how to use mobile computers as teaching aids in the classroom.