Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

A Facebook post by a teacher in Ghana has recently gone viral and won many people's hearts, thanks to his improvised and unique methods of teaching ICT (Information and Communications Technology), without using a computer!


Owura Kwadwo, originally from Kumasi, Ghana, has studied visual arts. He then decided to put these skills into practice when he had to teach his students the creation of a Word document. So, he drew a complete screenshot on the chalkboard for the students to copy and learn from.


His method appears to be working well, as the kids seem to enjoy his classes a lot and can learn effectively.



The post has led to heated discussion in Ghana. While most rightly praise Mr. Kwadwo for his devotion to his students and his genius improvisation, there's been outrage regarding why he had to go to these lengths in the first place. Why are schools still without a computer in 2018?


Mr. Kwadwo himself believes that things are slowly improving. Since his Facebook post went viral, he has received offers of donations for laptops and projectors, which is excellent news for the students and the school. Mr. Kwadwo is grateful for any help in creating a better experience for his students, while he also plans to help out other schools in the region.


Mr. Kwadwo’s efforts and commitment are a great example for teachers in developing countries such as Ghana, where a bit of improvisation is often needed to fill the gaps that governments can't fill. ICT is a crucial subject for the next generation. If Ghana is going to compete in the global marketplace, then with teachers like Mr. Kwadwoto there inspire students, things are definitely looking up!


Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

Owura Kwadwo


Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

Owura Kwadwo


Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

Owura Kwadwo


Teacher In Ghana Drew ‘MS Word’ On Chalkboard And Went Viral

Owura Kwadwo

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