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The College of Education Studies launched the adoption of Schools project as part of its corporate responsibility. The Centre for Teaching Support has adopted Ekon M/A JHS.

To echo the words of the Provost of College of Education Studies “We therefore appeal to funding bodies that are interested in student learning outcomes in education to come to our aid to enable us scale up the project”.

The Centre look forward to working with funding bodies to improve learning outcomes in Ekon M/A JHS.

The exchange pupils and headteachers of the University Basic Schools with the Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamina Duncan

A delegation from the Virtual University of Cote d’Ivoire has paid a working visit to the University to explore possible areas of collaboration.

The delegation was made up of Prof. Mian Bi Sehi Antoine, Prof. Fernand K. Kouame and Mr. Bakouan Mamadou.

Introducing the delegation, the Director of Information Communication Technology Services, Dr. Regina Gyampoh, said she met the officials of UVCI at a conference in Lome, Togo and through interaction, they expressed interest in collaborating with UCC to share best practices and experiences. 

Lecturers of Zenith University College (ZUC) have participated in a four-day workshop organised by the Institutional Affiliation Office in collaboration (IAO) with the Centre for Teaching Support (CTS).

The workshop which was the seventh in a series for all affiliate institutions of the University of Cape Coast was aimed at building the capacity of the lecturers in areas of assessment and supervision of students’ research work.

The exchange pupils and headteachers of the University Basic Schools with the Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamina Duncan

The Vice-President of Christ Apostolic University (CAUC), Prof. Clement Somua, has challenged universities to adopt best teaching practices that will help to produce graduates who are critical thinkers.

He said university education should not produce graduates who would only reproduce what they had been taught in school adding that “they should be innovative and contribute meaningfully to transform society”

Dr. Kofi Amegah, a lecturer at the Department of Biological Sciences, has suggested to University Management to reserve some positions for leading researchers in the University.

 “Maybe, we can adopt Goodall’s suggestion by reserving some positions for leading researchers in the University so that if you aspire to that position you know what it takes. For instance, we can have two Vice-Deans and two Pro-Vice-Chancellor positions - one for academics and the other for research,” he said.

The Head of Institutional Affiliation (IAO), Mr. Justice Agyenim Boateng, has underscored UCC’s commitment to assist its affiliate institutions to offer quality academic services.

He noted that in order to ensure quality service delivery, management of UCC through the Institutional Affiliation and Centre for Teaching Support (CTS) has organised a training programme for all UCC affiliate institutions.

Four affiliate institutions of the University of Cape Coast have participated in a workshop organised by the Institutional Affiliation Office (IAO) and the Centre for Teaching Support (CTS).

The workshop which is the third in a series for UCC affiliate institutions was held concurrently in Kumasi and Yendi. It was aimed at building the capacities of lecturers in the four affiliate institutions on assessment and research.

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