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15-Apr-2013  
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Teachers have been urged to shun the old techniques of teaching and adopt the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) methods for teaching.

Mr Moses Anibaba, Country Director of the British Council, made the call at the inauguration of the “Nana Kofi Adjei Imbeah e learning Centre” at the Anaji M/A School Takoradi.

The ICT centre is equipped with 18 computers and was sponsored by the British Council and Microsoft in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service (GES).

Mr Anibaba said the methods and techniques used in teaching in the past could not be used in the future because we were now living in technologically advanced world.

He appealed to teachers to adopt to new techniques to improve and enhance teaching and learning.

Nana Kofi Adjei Imbeah, the former Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Director of Education, said that the centre would be used by school and other schools in the Anaji Circuit and in the Lagos Town area.

He said the centre would also serve as a resource centre for the community saying teachers from Anaji and it’s catchment area have been trained in ICT to aid them in teach effectively.

A class three student of the Anaji M/A school, Joseph Ansah was grateful for the opportunity given to pupils to learn ICT and assured the audience that the facility would be put to good use.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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