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Food and Nutrition Level 300 Students Undertake Food Exhibition of New Recipes

As part of the end of semester activities, level 300 students of the Department of Food and Nutrition Education have undergone an assessment on the exhibition of new food recipes at the forecourt of the Faculty of Home Economics. 

The new recipes were developed for vegetarians and toddlers from one to three years, using staple food commodities from the various regions in Ghana. The occasion was also used to display the rich cultural heritage and resources from the various regions of Ghana.

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IDeL to Establish a Study Centre at Ghana Military Academy

The Institute for Distance and e-Learning (IDeL) will soon set up a Study Centre at the Ghana Military Academy and Training School, Accra-Teshie, to train military officers for their professional and personal development.   

The institution will design and offer some market-driven contemporary security-conscious programmes to arm security officers in the country as well as help reinforce the nation’s security services. 

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Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana Donates to School of Business

The Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) on Wednesday 14th, April 2021, donated some assorted books to the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), School of Business library at the South Campus. 

The items donated included 28 Accounting books and 28 past question books worth GH₵ 2,976.00, as its contribution towards the newly created library. 

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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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