CENDLOS signs MoU with AIMS

Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS) signs a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the African Institute for Mathematical Science (Aims).

On Wednesday 7th December 2022, The African Institute for Mathematical Science (Aims) and Centre for National Distance Learning And Open Schooling (CENDLOS) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the implementation of AIM-CEMC Mathematics and Computing Courseware for Junior High Schools (JHS) and Senior High School(SHS) students to build their capacity and promote technology-based mathematical learning.

The agreement also seeks to create a framework through which AIMS Ghana and CENDLOS can partner on student development activities and outreach programs.

Based on the cooperation of both parties the project shall be implemented under a comprehensive program on Education in Mathematics and Computing(EMC) and this shall include the development of content for the training of teachers as well as content for the Mathematics and Computing to be used by Senior High And Junior High School students.

The President of Aims Ghana Centre, Dr.Prince Osei said Aims Ghana over the years has been training students in STEM and innovation and through this project, they shall scale up and reach out to Junior High and Senior High School students to learn mathematics and computing on any technological device as they believe the next Einstein will be African.

The Executive Director of Centre For National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS) Nana Gyamfi Adwabour addressing the team said that the Covid-19 pandemic taught countries a bigger lesson, especially in the area of education and now most countries including Ghana have inculcated digitization in education.

In furtherance, he stated the over 1.2 million children who were displaced during the lockdown because schools were closed down can now learn from the comfort of their locations without having to necessarily be in the classroom as a result of the introduction of icampus and ibox.

He added CENDLOS through the five key areas of digitization that is policy, infrastructure, content, capacity building, and assessment shall ensure the project is effectively and efficiently implemented to build a better world.

Nana Gyamfi Adwabour
Previous Nana Gyamfi Adwabour at the O.R Tamba Africa Research Chairs Initiative (ORTARChl), KNUST to discuss the expansion of research and innovation capacity in Africa.

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