GES dispatches innovative Ghana Education Service (GES) on Thursday propelled an imaginative Teacher Survey App in Accra, which plans to improve learning results for understudies and concentrate on educators.
Dr Kwabena Bempah Tando, Deputy Director-General of GES stated, as a major aspect of the exercises to stamp Continuous Professional Day (CPD), GES in association with Ghana Society for Education Technology (GSET) uncovered the “TeacherTapp” to give data to educators and improve their work.
He said the Mobile Survey App would pose educators three inquiries and give data on how others have reacted to the inquiries and furnish every instructor with a short bit of expert advancement perusing to assist educators with reflecting and improve their study hall practice.
Dr Tando said in 2019, Ghana was chosen and granted an award from the International Development Fund in United Kingdom to run a plausibility investigation of the “TeacherTapp” because of the all around created instructive framework.
He said the application was going to serve three principal objectives which include: giving each Ghanaian educator free access to world-class proficient advancement materials and assets so they can become world-class experts.
Likewise, the App would give extra roads to Ghanaian instructors to interface with one another and give them a more prominent feeling of network by gaining from the encounters of their partners the nation over.
He said the App would give GES and different offices including policymakers and Non-Governmental Organizations ongoing information on instructing and realizing which would advise their dynamic to improve the schools and learning results.
The Deputy Director General said utilizing the “TeacherTapp” was planned to assemble an effective and feasible dataset on educating in Ghana, including that it would be done connected at the hip with their instructors by working in a joint effort with all their key offices.
Dr Tando said by cooperating steady walks would be made in giving quality instruction to understudies just as make significant gains in their journey to accomplish Sustainable Development Goal Four.
He supported the two GES and non-public school educators the nation over to download “TeacherTapp” and utilize the readings to illuminate proficient conversations at Professional Learning Community (PLC) gatherings and furthermore manufacture showing portfolios while procuring focuses towards nonstop expert advancement units.
Dr Sam Awuku, Board President of GSET, said innovation could drive instructive improvement and that clients ought to be aware of the innovation they embrace.
Dr Awuku said “TeacherTapp” would empower educators approach safe assets and communicated his satisfaction to work together with GES to help the motivation to change training and improve the learning field of each kid.
“Educators who are not individuals from GSET should join to the App thus as to profit by this improvement and activity”, he said.e APP for instructors