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Profile Information

Dean of Education
Location (City or Town):
Agogo, Ghana
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Educator....collaborated on project that led to development of Youth Institute of Science & Technology-based in Agogo, Ghana. School was opened in October 2006. Thank you to the many educators around the world that helped to make this school a reality.
I am a:
teacher, administrator, non-profit employee
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Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
Youth Institute of Science & Technology-Agogo, Ghana

Biodiesel Fuel Production from Palm Fruit
Languages Spoken:
English, Twi
Favorite Education Resources:
National Girls Collaborative Project
Pictures from Summer 2009 featuring Educators:

Maura - Maine
Lauren - Atlanta, GA
Luqman- Atlanta, GA
Melissa - Boston
Kendra- New York
Dr. Warner, Dean of Education, Clark Atlanta

Akosua- Philadelphia

Akosua's Blog

Teaching Positions at School in Agogo

We are looking for teachers to join our staff in Ghana. We are asking for a 1 year commitment

Sept 2011-July 2012. We provide living accommodations. And a market rate salary.

This is a new high school in a rural area. We have electricity and water facilities.

However, this is truly a…


Posted on July 9, 2011 at 3:58pm

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At 10:27am on August 21, 2010, Jessica Robertson said…
Hi Akosua! Thanks for responding! I do not have a webcam currently, so maybe we could Skype chat if you have it? My Skype name is jessicarobertson26 if you want to add me!
At 2:49pm on March 25, 2008, Jane Krauss said…
Akosua it is nice to meet you. Would you mind if I posted some of these photos to the Flickr photosharing group Reinventing Project-Based Learning? It is interesting to see what goes on in the Youth Institute, would like to share with others.
At 8:35pm on February 16, 2008,
Lucy Gray
Welcome, Akosua! I'm so glad to get more African representation here! Please spread the word about this site as we're looking to increase the pool of participants and thus increase opportunities for collaboration.

I'm the lead tech coach at a set of schools that might be interested in collaborating in some way. We have a terrific digital media after school program with its own Ning for students; perhaps you'd be interested in developing a pen pal program with these kids.

Let me know!

At 5:31pm on February 16, 2008, Akosua said…
Greetings everyone...Always looking for other educators that are interested in Pen Pal programs (handwritten letters), exchange projects, cultural study tours & visits to Ghana, curriculum exchanges, classroom support projects such as donations-collections, etc. Have a Pleasant Day!!!

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