Hon. Woyome donates teaching and learning materials to schools in South Tongu

The Member of Parliament for South Tongu Constituency, Mr. Wisdom Kobena Mensah Woyome has donated Mathematics teaching and learning materials to Schools in his Constituency.

On Wednesday, 7th July, 2021, the Member of Parliament has donated some expensive and movable graph boards, whiteboard markers and whiteboard dusters to the four Second Cycle Institutions in the district, through the South Tongu District Director of Education, Ms. Evelyn Araba Zentey.

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Mr. Woyome was joined by a delegation from the South Tongu Education Directorate where the donations were made to the Second Cycle schools.

The Second Cycle Schools that received the materials were; Comboni Technical Vocational Institute (COMBOTECH), Sogakope Senior High School (SOGASCO), Dabala Senior High Technical School (DASTECH) and St. Catherine Senior High School (SCASCO).

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The MP has also handed over additional ninety-five (95) graph boards, whiteboard markers with makers and dusters to the District Director of Education for onward distribution to all the sixty-eight (68) Junior High Schools in the South Tongu District.

In all, a total of one hundred and twenty (120) graph boards, whiteboard markers were donated by the MP to pre tertiary institutions in his beloved Constituency.

Speaking at a short ceremony to hand over the materials, the MP said, he believes the materials will be useful in the classroom and outside the classroom especially in Mathematics, thereby improving academic works in schools in his Constituency.


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“Teachers and students often use graphs as part of their mathematics curriculum. Graphs help students organize and analyze information in well-structured formats, making it easier to interpret data and understand them better. Visual learners also respond especially well to graphs and often understand the information better without pages of text. With this, l believe that, all difficulties and challenges confronting teachers and students in the teaching and learning of Mathematics involving graph works will be addressed through the use of the movable boards.” He explained.

Addressing the students and staff of the schools, the District Director of Education, Evelyn Araba Zentey (Ms) noted that, the donation of the materials are timely, because it will help both students and teachers in outdoor learning in the school environment.

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She added that, the boards will be used to teach the practicality of mathematics thereby avoiding the abstract method of teaching mathematics in the classroom.

The Director, who handed over the materials to the heads of the schools appealed to them to make good use of the boards to improve upon teaching and learning.

The Management and staff of the Directorate and the beneficiary Schools are very grateful to the Hon. Member of Parliament for the donation.

Below are pictures of the presentations.


SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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