Posts Tagged ‘Ghana’
Watch this new video about our IOP for Africa project in Ghana.
Portia Nketia is a final-year student at Ada Secondary High School, Ghana. Here she talks about what difference IOP for Africa’s educational programme has made to her. “Physics used to be really hard for me – I couldn’t see what a lot of the theory meant or how it worked. Now we do lots of [...]
Photos from Ada Senior High School and Asi Daahey International Junior High School in Ada, Ghana. Both schools have received ICT resources, physics equipment and training as part of our IOP in Africa project. images: Ernest Nanor
More than 30 students from Ada Secondary High School enjoyed two days attending an astronomy course organised by the International Technology Educational Consultancy and the Ghana Planetarium. The course was introduced by Dr Ashong from the Ghana Planetarium . Students used a simple folding paper model to give them an overview of the distances between the orbits of [...]