Antoinette Cecilia Tsiboe-Darko

Research Fellow and Lecturer University of Ghana

Dr. Antoinette Cecilia Tsiboe-Darko is a Lecturer and a Research Fellow at the University of Ghana. She has over a decade of teaching experience and lectures in several graduate and undergraduate programmes in the university. In 2018 she became the Coordinator for the Pedagogical Leadership in Africa (PedaL) Project in Ghana. The main aim of PedaL is to embed and catalyse systemic change in teaching and learning in African universities. Through the design and delivery of PedaL training programmes, capacities of teaching staff in social science graduate programmes is being transformed. Her principal research interests lie in sustainable livelihoods and corporate social investments in natural resourced communities in Ghana. She is a member of the advisory board of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources in Ghana. She loves to dance and to listen to music. 


Full Agenda. Sessions

Enhancing Online Learning: An answer to a global shift in education delivery

Online learning and e-learning have taken a central role in contemporary education, demanding a new range of pedagogical skills from educators across the world. In this session we will review the remarkable global shift to online education observed during 2020 and explore the successes, challenges and lessons which have emerged from our global learning community. These will include:
  • The importance of providing staff with proper training in order to facilitate truly effective online learning
  • Utilising online resources, understanding the right fit for your institution and learning from collaborative education communities
  • Maintaining student engagement and learning outcomes during times of change

Tuesday 08 December 14:00 - 14:30 Room 1

Add to calendar 12/08/2020 14:00 12/08/2020 14:30 Enhancing Online Learning: An answer to a global shift in education delivery
Online learning and e-learning have taken a central role in contemporary education, demanding a new range of pedagogical skills from educators across the world. In this session we will review the remarkable global shift to online education observed during 2020 and explore the successes, challenges and lessons which have emerged from our global learning community. These will include:
  • The importance of providing staff with proper training in order to facilitate truly effective online learning
  • Utilising online resources, understanding the right fit for your institution and learning from collaborative education communities
  • Maintaining student engagement and learning outcomes during times of change
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