George Oduro

 

 


 

George Oduro is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. His prize winning doctoral thesis from the University of Cambridge, UK, focused on the Professional Development of Headteachers in Ghana. He has taught at all levels of Ghana’s educational system in both rural and urban contexts. His professional development concerns lie in leadership strategies for improving the quality of teaching and learning in schools. He is a Leadership and Management training facilitator for the British Council Connecting Classrooms Project and the Local Director of the Leadership for Learning (Ghana-Cambridge) programme. George is a Fellow of the Centre for Commonwealth Education; the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust; and the All Saints’ Educational Trust.

More info: http://gh.linkedin.com/pub/george-k-t-oduro/5/7b5/459




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Nov 28th 2016

The teacher’s work becomes meaningful when it is informed by research and theories of learning, and their relationship to actual practice. This course provides an opportunity for you to identify and understand students’ expectations and prior learning.

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