Despite tremendous success in improving access and enrolment, learning outcomes in Ghana remain well below expected levels. It is essential that Ghana now focuses on improving the quality of teaching, raising student learning and closing achievement gaps for all children, particularly those from the most deprived districts. This research aims to highlight exemplary practices in Activity Based Learning (ABL) which can be adopted from outside Ghana, as well as uncover what is working and not working in Ghana to set the foundation for developing a new national approach to ABL, which should have the potential to transform the education landscape in Ghana.
Coffey International Development Ltd. Synthesis Report. Transforming Learning Outcomes through a Learner Centred Pedagogy: Moving Toward a Ghanaian Activity Based Learning Concept and Framework. Coffey International Development Ltd, Reading, UK (2012) 177 pp.