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Girls Not Bride Association Launched to Campaign the Girls-Child Education

“GIRLS NOT BRIDE ASSOCIATION” LAUNCHED TO CHAMPION THE GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION

GNB is an association to make an impact on young adolescent girls. Its full meaning is “GIRLS, NOT BRIDE”.This association is led by two young ambitious ladies Honourable Dagba Ernestina the SRC President of St Teresa’s College Of Education, Hohoe and
a Level 100 student Ms. Mensah Doreen from the same Noble institution.

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The mission is “To educate the girl child and foster gender equality by involving communities-women-girls to stop discrimination practice together”. Millions of girls around the world are being denied an education because they are exploited, discriminated against, or just ignored. Millions of girls aren’t in school today. They are shut out of education because of discrimination, poverty, emergencies, and culture. Meanwhile, these girls have the same hopes and future as boys.

The desire is to help these girls in the rural areas whose rights as girls are abused profusely and denied some opportunities because they’re girls.

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We want to educate them and their parents as well-precisely some parents in the rural
areas are ignorant about these situations.
They feel it is right for their girls to be denied some opportunities because they can’t do what boys can do Sometimes too same parents think there’s no benefit in sending a girl to school.

How parents and family members
can support virtual learning

Keep lesson time clear of household chores so your child/ward can attend
timetabled lessons.

Help create a learning schedule with your child/ward and help them stick with it

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Set up a designated workspace for learning at home with limited distraction and
minimal noise.

Support your children/wards with staying connected, through access to data and mobile devices.

Discuss with tutors how you can best support learning at home.

T-TEL SCHOOLS ON VIRTUAL LEARNING

Virtual learning and the importance for student teachers to continue learning during school closures.

Virtual learning is where teachers and students interact remotely, usually via technology, from different locations using common platform.

Student teachers must continue learning at home to avoid stalling their education. If student teachers stop learning, they will lose out on the knowledge they need to complete their studies and miss out on opportunities to strengthen their knowledge. Good remote teaching practices tor tutors

Create opportunities for engagement and discussion through group work and online discussion forums Connect students with the resources they need including library databases that are freely available to students from remote locations e-g. Mentor Universitles’ E-libraries and the B.Ed. resources hub (www.resources hub.ncte.ugh)

Develop and adhere to safeguarding protocols for virtual interactive lessons.Balance synchronous and asynchronous learning to maintain group connections whales allowing time for practice Keep open lines of communication with students through emails, chat rooms, or phone calls taking into account protocols

Manage timetable to ensure regular breaks between your interactive sessions

Once enough time for students to complete any assignments given to them.

Virtual learning tips
tor students

Schedule a personal timetable to work on the course just like a face-to-face class

Read the information provided for all courses thoroughly and follow directions for completing assignments

Communicate regularly with your teacher via virtual learning platforms, email,l, or phone keeping in mind safeguarding protocols

ASK questions and let your teacher know when you don t understand something

Complete your assignments on time, ensuring that you are doing your best work

Check your virtual classrooms every day for new information or assignments.

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