What we stand for...

To bring together all products of Jasikan College of Education (UEW-Chapter) for the purpose of raising the academic and social status of cur Alma mater.

To foster unit among members of the association.

To pull our intellectual, spiritual and material resources together towards the development of mother Jasico.

To liase with and interact with other branches of Marioonians Association else where.

Our Events

Quality Assurance Directorate Engages Writers of the Teacher Education Reform

The Director of Quality Assurance, Prof. Emmanuel Obed Acquah, has held a meeting with the writers of the Teacher Education Reform from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), to dialogue on how best to improve academic programmes of UEW to suit contemporary trends.   

The meeting, which took place at the School of Creative Arts Conference Room, Central Campus, Winneba, was attended by the main writers of the new four-year Bachelor of Education Curriculum and key implementing stakeholders in the University.

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IDeL Ends Workshop for Second-Semester Courses on the New Curriculum

The Institute for Distance Education and e-Learning (IDeL), has ended a five-week intensive training workshop to resource Basic Education tutors of the institute to effectively teach the second-semester courses for the new curriculum and the use of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) Learning Management System (LMS).

The workshop, which took place at the Wadoma Royale Hotel, Abuakwa-Kumasi, saw some 650 selected tutors drawn across the country grouped into 10 cohorts to be trained in turns over the five-week training period.

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GA Mantsε’s Delegation Visits the College of Languages Education

The College of Languages Education, Ajumako, University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has received a delegation sent at the behest of the Ga Mantsε, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II to the College.

The delegation led by the Chief of Staff, Office of the Ga Mantsε, Chief Justice Julian Naa Yaa Sarkodie Mensah. was at the College to visit staff and students of the Department of Ga-Dangme Education. 

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SPED Holds Stakeholders Forum

Department of Special Education (SPED) under the Faculty of Educational Studies (FES), has organised a forum for its stakeholders (Ghana National Association of the Deaf, Ghana Blind Union, Special Education Division, and the Ghana Education Service-GES) at the FES, North Campus.

The Forum under the theme, “Inclusion of the Deaf in Senior High/ Technical Schools in Ghana and Technology for learners with disabilities” was aimed at discussing issues on the benefits of inclusion in the country. 

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ODSA Organises Capacity Building Workshop for Newly Elected Student Leaders

The Office of Dean of Student Affairs (ODSA), has organised a three-day leadership training workshop under the theme, “The Student Leader as Part of University Management: Responsibilities and Cautions”, for newly elected student leaders.

The workshop took place at the Royal Lee’s Hotel, Tutu-Akuapim in the Eastern region of Ghana.

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Ga-Dangme Action Caucus Donates to COLANG

The Department of Ga-Dangme Education of the College of Languages Education (COLANG), Ajumako Campus, University of Education, Winneba (UEW), on Thursday, 18th March, 2021, received a donation of assorted items and cash from the Ga-Dangme Action Caucus during a visit to the College. 

The delegation was represented by the Ga Queen mother of La, Naa Ju Yoo Tsofayelor; Ga Queen mother of Mayera, Naa Densua Afriyie; and Mr. Ladi Nylander. 

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UEW Security Personnel Undergo Training

The Division of Human Resource, University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has organised a five-day leadership training workshop for all Senior Staff in the Security Directorate.

The workshop, held from Monday, 15th to Friday, 19th March, 2021, to build the capacity of security staff with new skills for improved performances, took place at the North Assembly Hall, Winneba.

 

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Patron (s)

Dr. G. Y. Dake

Mr. Theophilus Akorli

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