OLE Ghana Completes Third Phase of Deployment

OLE Ghana Completes Third Phase of Deployment

OLE Ghana has completed the third phase of deployment of the Ghana Reads Programme in three ADPs of World Vision Ghana. Earlier this year OLE Ghana signed another contract with World Vision Ghana to further deploy the award winning Ghana Reads programme in three ADPs, namely Fanteakwa, Afram Plains and Krachi West. In all about fifteen schools were added to the twenty existing schools on the programme, bringing the total of World Vision Supported schools to about 25.  For deployment to be completed on time to enable the programme take off...

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OLE Ghana In Gambia

OLE Ghana In Gambia

In the first quarter of 2016 the Gambian Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE) led by the Permanent Secretary visited Ghana on the recommendation of some World Bank officials to understudy the Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Ghana system for integrating technology in teaching and learning. OLE Ghana’s system focuses on empowering teachers to create, adapt and use exciting content to create fun filled classrooms to enable children to learn to read so as to read to learn all lifelong. This involves the use of innovative learning...

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OLE Ghana To Realize its Dream of Intra-Regional Collaboration

OLE Ghana To Realize its Dream of Intra-Regional Collaboration

Is intra-regional collaboration the sure way to meet education related SDG goals in the sub region?  OLE Ghana thinks so  and thus from the 9th to the 12th of May OLE Ghana will be joining Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education officials as well as stakeholders in the education sector  from the Gambia in round table discussions aimed at integrating technology in Gambian pre tertiary education delivery.  This a reciprocal visit to an earlier one paid by a high level Gambian delegation led by the Permanent Secretary OLE Ghana at the...

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The Googlers are here!!!!

The Googlers are here!!!!

Starting 13th May OLE Ghana is going to play host to a team from Google as part of the Google Reach program. This is a result of initial discussions between the two organizations when OLE Ghana’s Executive Director participated in the Global Women Summit held at the Bush Center in the USA last year. The Google team will volunteer their time to work with Katapor MA primary n the Ga West Municipality, where it all began for OLE Ghana in its drive to use technology backed by effective pedagogy and teacher support backed by engaging content to...

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Creating artificial language learning environments and more – the case of OLE Ghana’s OLE-MLLab

Creating artificial language learning environments and more  – the case of OLE Ghana’s OLE-MLLab

For 5 years Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Ghana has been experimenting and perfecting its Open Learning System. The system sees the use of very low cost technologies backed by teacher/pedagogy support and engaging content to enhance the delivery of quality basic education.  Its award winning Ghana Reads program, which address the need for universal basic literacy for all Ghanaian children and particularly the low literacy rates among basic school children, is the flagship project of this system. One of the key lessons learnt by OLE Ghana in...

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OLE Ghana @ World Reader’s Digital Reading Summit

OLE Ghana @ World Reader’s Digital Reading Summit

World Reader’s 2016 Digital Reading Summit in Africa kicked off on the 6th of April 2016. The two day event witnessed leaders and thinkers who believe in the power of digital reading to improve lives convening in Accra.  Carol Williams, Ghana country manager for World Reader welcomed participants to the Coconut Grove regency Hotel in Accra. The two day event was under the themeTransforming Lives Together Through Digital Reading”.  David Risher, President and Co-founder of World Reader traced the beginnings and growth of the organization...

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