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Coverage of the PedaL & MRPP Week in Mombasa, Kenya. This Session focuses on the pedagogical Journeys of the Research Methods & Statistics Group.
AAU Talks host, Kwesi Sam, interviews the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin (Nigeria), Prof. Sulyman Abdulkareem, on the way forward to mainstream Pedagogical Leadership (PedaL) learner-centred skills at his university.
AAU Talks host, Kwesi Sam, engages with Prof. Ongeti (Moi University, Kenya) on the Pedagogical Leadership in Africa (PedaL).
Early this year, a woman I know from her public engagement in Uganda walked up to me after I had spoken at an event, politely requesting some of my time for a brief chat. We stepped aside and she poured out her heart—her master’s dissertation was not going well. She wanted me to give her […]
Minister of State for Tertiary Education, Ghana, Professor Kwesi Yankah, says there is an estimated students’ attrition of almost 50 percent in tertiary institutions within Africa. He said there is low gross enrolment ratio in tertiary education within Africa, and that an abysmally low percentage of those whose ages fall within the bracket of 19 […]
What is Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) all about? PASGR is a not-for-profit organisation located in Nairobi, but working in over 15 African countries on governance research, with the collaborative graduate programme of Masters of Research and Public Policy (MRPP) in 13 universities in seven countries. We also have a programme we […]
Prof. Kwame Offei Pro-Vice-Chancellor(University of Ghana) giving his opening remarks during the launch of the PedaL Western Hub Training at the University of Ghana.
Kwesi Sam, host AAU Talks interviewing Joseph Hoffman, Team Leader, Higher Education Programme, Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education Innovation and Reform (SPHEIR) on Partnerships for Higher Education Innovations & Reforms.
Talking on behalf of the Private Sector, Mr. Akpeloo delivered an Opening Address which focused on the disconnect between industry and academia at Ghana’s Pedagogical Leadership Training workshop co-organised by the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) and the University of Ghana
It was an opportunity for an estimated 170 participants to interact and exchange perspectives on emerging outcomes of pedagogical innovations. These included: government officials, education policy actors drawn from various national and regional organizations; university leaders and managers; research organizations; university teaching staff and students; the media; resource persons; and, PASGR staff.
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