If you are presently in Ghana, you will have an idea of exactly what we are talking about here. Ghana’ social media as we speak has been up and about with photos of teacher who was compelled to draw how Microsoft working area looks like due to the unavailability of a computer in his school.
The photos are trending on Facebook with the teacher trying hard to make ICT easy for his pupils.
Information and communication technology (ICT) is a part of the curriculum in Ghanaian basic schools, however several of the schools in deprived areas do not have actual computers to teach the subject, leading teachers to find innovative ways of teaching.
These students will write the same b.e.c.e exams with those that have laptops desktops in other parts of the nation.
So when some of us ague that,the problem of education in this country is not only making it free but it's about infrastructure and logistics.people don't get it.Loading...
— DODZI KWABLAH (@DKWABLAH) February 19, 2018
The teacher is very experienced and innovative. I hope the gov't and other benevolence will go to the aid of the school. #JoyNews
— Fuad Tamim (@fuadtanimu) February 19, 2018
Even our lecturers teach us how to code in java,C++,html,php etc on a board. We are never serious
— REAL MADRID (@SkillionzDj) February 19, 2018
This teacher is amazing and deserves an award for his efforts. Imagine what he can do if hnoe's given proper the materials. The change we want starts from here and we must pay attention to them to realize change we always talk about. #JoyNews
— Abena Tiwaa Kusi (@tiwaa_kusi) February 19, 2018