Writing Of Lesson Notes By Teachers Not Mandatory– Hon. Adutwum

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Minister of Education Clears The Air On Lesson Notes Writing

According to the minister of Education, One duty of a Basic School Teacher is Lesson Notes preparation (writing) and this has been the norm for so many years.

However, after the introduction of the the ONE TEACHER ONE LAPTOP POLICY for Pre-Tertiary School Teachers, which contains all the necessary materials Teachers will need to advance their teaching are on it, as at now to him teachers are confused over the writing or preparation of lesson notes since it was declared by the Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia that Teachers will no longer write lesson notes because the Lesson Notes Software will be incorporated into the system of the TM1 LAPTOPS.

This aside, some District Directors, School Improvement Support Officers (SISOs), Head Teachers have have been on the necks of Basic School Teachers forcing them to write lesson notes.

Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum disclosed that writing of Lesson Notes is a thing of the past. He said this in an interview with Wontumi TV. He again said that Teachers will not longer write lesson notes due to the introduction of laptops for teachers.

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When speaking on the Topic: (STEM) Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics on the Kumasi based Radio, he said that the introduction of Professional Development has replaced the writing of Lesson Notes.

He explained further saying, that the writing of Lesson Notes is no longer compulsory or forceful on teachers because they (teachers) keep on copying the previous (written years ago) contents into their new lesson note books without any additions.

It is therefore to note that, if you are a Headteacher or a Teacher, writing of Lesson Notes are no longer compulsory, however, if you wish to write, you are at a free-will to do so.

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