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Effective Teaching And Learning   
By Kofi Essien posted January 2012, OLE Ghana  

Introduction
My decision to write on this topic has afforded me the opportunity to do a retrospection of my own teaching career and that of the many I have come across during my work as a classroom practitioner, a senior school administrator, teacher professional development supporter and my two years spent at the Ministry of Education supporting the ICT in Education Unit.

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The Issue Of Incentives and Motivation
By Kofi Essien posted September 2011, OLE Ghana   

It is quite common to hear teachers talk about the need for motivation. In fact they are not alone in this quest for motivation. Every other worker needs it. Kendra Cherry in her article, What Is Motivation? (http://psychology.about.com/od/mindex/g/motivationdefinition.htm) defines motivation as “the force that initiates, guides and maintains goal-oriented behaviors”.

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Teacher Quality: Key To Quality Education  Delivery in Ghana         
By Cecilia Tutu-Danquah posted September 2011, OLE Ghana   

The Ghanaian educational system has gone through lots of reforms since independence. It is as if the system changes with each passing wind. These changes and reforms are all in a bid to keep pace with the ever changing global trends. Globalization has brought in its wake tremendous effects to all spheres of human life. Its effects could well be a threat or an opportunity.

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Quality Education Delivery In Ghana : - Rethinking Our Perceptions And Attitudes 
By Kofi Essien posted September 2011, OLE Ghana 

The recent National Education Sector Annual Review (NESAR) gives me the opportunity to reflect over education delivery in the country and I can't help but go back to some of the issues raised at the review. The theme for the review was apt though: 'Action for a difference – Quality Education for Quality Life'. I have always believed that the NESAR in itself is a very good exercise as it triggers reflections such as this. However if the rational for the review is to learn from the past year and strategize for the new year then may I suggest we look at the timing of the event.

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Creating A Vibrant Ghanaian Teacher Force 
By Kofi Essien posted September 2011, OLE Ghana

Many will agree that the educational sector has been constantly besieged with a number of challenges that though tackled at various levels, are still yet to be solved in a sustainable manner. One such issue is that of initial teacher training and their continuous professional development. This article revisits this issue in light of the National Education Sector Reform (NESAR), as hosted in May 2011 by the Ministry of Education and envisages how the upcoming National Teachers’ Education Forum (NATEF) could help us collectively address teacher related problems in the country.

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