New interventions for SHSs to enhance Digitization and E-learning

SHS students - Kibi Senior High Technical School
SHS students - Kibi Senior High Technical School

The government of Ghana through the Ministry of Education (MoE) in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service (GES) have introduced some new interventions for Second Cycle Institutions across the country to enhance Digitization and E-learning in schools.

According to them, they have introduced digital recordings for core subjects to adequately and effectively support students towards the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

This forms part of the fulfillment of the Government of Ghana’s agenda of driving the Country’s economic development through digital lessons due to the COVID-19, and in line with the various intervention programmes to support and prepare students towards the WASSCE, the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ghana Education Service (GES) have developed 140 lessons in all the core subjects for use in Second Cycle Schools.


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The details are as follows:

1 Integrated Science 40
2 Core Mathematics 30
3 English Language 40
4 Social Studies 30
TOTAL   140


In a statement signed by the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, these are digital lessons which have been uploaded on hard drives for both teachers. and students.

According to him, teachers should therefore study and be conversant with the contents to be able to teach effectively and explain to students during the digital lessons.

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Regional Directors of Education are kindly requested to inform all Heads of Second Cycle Schools to ensure that:

1. Each Subject Teacher downloads their area of specialty.

2. Digital lesson timetable is designed for all final year students.

3. Schools strictly follow the Digital Learning Timetable.

4. The Hard Drives are handled with care to avoid crushing



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