The Jackson College of Education (JCE), has held its 8th Congregation through which 1,027 students were graduated following correctly likely via their respective programmes.
The topic selected for the year’s Congregation was, “The Job of Digital Understanding in Augmenting Excellent Education in Ghana”.
The ceremony which was held almost was attended by the Deputy Minister of Training, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, Prof. Frederick Kwaku Sarfo, who represented the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Instruction, Winneba (UEW), members of the Council of the College and a couple learners.
Ms Sarah Agyapong, who was adjudged the general best university student following emerging the finest student in arithmetic, science and schooling was awarded for her extraordinary general performance.
Right after graduation from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technological innovation (KNUST) with a diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Ms Agyapong enrolled at JCE to fulfil her passion for teaching and came out as the best college student of the 2019 graduating class.
The Higher education has consequently provided her scholarship to do a two-calendar year leading-up for a diploma in education, having been accredited by the Nationwide Accreditation Board to run 4-yr Bachelor of Training.
Chairman of the University Council, Mr Anthony Gyasi-Fosu, in his opening remarks, congratulated the graduands, educational board and the whole team of the College or university for their initiatives in the a few-year journey.
He mentioned it is the aim of the Higher education not to just present training for its college students but the uniqueness of JCE is in the creation of obtain, good quality and relevance to the students.
“The kind of instruction that creates exceptional graduates with integrity, determination and virtues to deliver the essential transformation in our instructional process are what we offer you at JCE”, he observed.
He stated congregations are significant primarily in the life of each individual educational establishment since it gives an opportunity to converge and rejoice the fantastic operate carried out by gallant learners and tutorial employees.
He suggested the graduands to uphold the values of the College which involve integrity, stewardship, life-extensive understanding and regard for all as they go out there to train young children.
“Wherever you uncover on your own, demonstrate the light, be an example, be distinctive, exceptional and glow the gentle of our terrific college”, he implored them.
The principal of the University, Mrs Theodosia Jackson said the college or university was set up to carry hope for a brighter foreseeable future, especially for the marginalised and less privileged in society.
“Since its establishment in 2009, we have been functioning tirelessly to give education that focuses on the social, emotional, psychological, bodily and cognitive advancement of our college students regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, economic position or geographic location”, Mrs Jackson intimated.
She disclosed that the School had manufactured over 12,000 graduates who are rendering valuable services throughout the country, specifically in rural communities wherever they are most desired.
She said that graduates of JCE are of large good quality and could rub shoulders with graduates from any of the standard Colleges of Education and learning, including that, the Faculty constantly adhered to most effective practices in line with quality assurance steps place in location by the Nationwide Accreditation Board.
She spoke on how JCE absolutely utilizes Data Interaction Technology to enrich training and understanding by means of virtual classrooms and E-library techniques obtainable on smartphones and computer systems to meet up with the academic demands of the 21st century.
Deputy Instruction Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, commended the University for the huge contribution to teacher instruction for the past 10 years.
He reported the job of JCE is complementing attempts by successive governments to handle the perennial trainer deficit specially in distant communities which is worth commending.