The Centre for Teaching Support in the University of Cape Coast organised a two-day training workshop for academic staff in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management on the theme, “Improving Teaching Methodologies: Approaches and Strategies with Information & Communication Technology (ICT)”.
The Centre for Teaching Support of the University of Cape Coast has organised a training workshop for the College of Health, Yamfo (CoHY).
The training programme which was facilitated by the Institutional Affiliation Office forms part of UCC’s responsibility to build the staff capacity of institutions being mentored by the University.
Centre for Teaching Support has successfully organised a two (2)-day training programme for all newly appointed Deans/Vice-Deans /Heads/Directors/Coordinators in the College of Education Studies.
The training programme focused on the importance of ICT and promote its use in trainees’ academic practices. The objectives of the training workshop included the following:
The Centre for Teaching Support (CTS) has organized a two (2)-day workshop for all academic staff in the Faculty of Science and Technology Education of the College of Education Studies. The workshop took place at the College of Education Studies Computer Lab on Tuesday, 31st January and Wednesday, 1st February, 2017.
A two-day training workshop was organized for faculty members of Faculty of Educational Foundations by the Center for Teaching Support. The workshop was themed: “ICT Use and Its Importance in Academic Practice”.
The goal of the workshop was to equip participants with the critical skills needed to enhance their teaching in a digital age, and also boost the quality of learning engaged by their students.
The objectives of the training workshop included the following:
The Center for Teaching Support has held a training workshop for Teaching staff for the School of Educational Development and Outreach which took place at the Intelligent Unit of the ICT Center in the University of Cape Coast from the 15th of December 2016 to the 16th of December 2016.
The workshop commenced with prelude remarks by the Director for the Center, Dr. Douglas D. Agyei, where he highlighted the relevance of the workshop.