UEW History

UEW History Department

UEW History

UEW History,

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY EDUCATION_WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE HOD

Jim

On behalf of the entire staff, I welcome you all back to school.A special welcome to the final year class.This semester has in store programs that will sharpen our understanding of the course we seek to achieve.The Ghana National History Day which is set forth for March and the Community History Writing Project.Last year was great but this year will be greater.I urge you all to work and cooperate with the department staff. Have a wonderful semester.


Our approach to history has been conceptualized to be more analytic and more thematic.  We realize that very few (if any) employers want someone who can recite the factors that led to a particular historical event.  Rather, employers in schools and elsewhere are looking for someone who can:

  • look into an issue with a critical eye,
  • research a problem to gain deeper understanding of the consequences of past actions,
  • contextualize a situation within a local, national, or global perspective,
  • formulate an argument as to which strategy or policy will be most effective,
  • read extensively on a particular issue and develop his/her own ideas, and
  • look at a particular issue through multiple lenses.

These are the skills of today’s information age, and these are the skills that the Department of History Education aims to achieve in its students.  The thematic approach will aim to prepare our students to be active agents of change in schools and beyond.  Great history teachers do not simply know more facts than their students.  Great history teachers are historians who know how to ask questions, expand their interests, investigate into issues, and engage in change.

Aims and Objectives

  • Provide relevant, meaningful and interesting courses in History;
  • Equip students with pedagogical skills and dispositions to teach History in pre-tertiary and higher level institutions;
  • Engage students with the theoretical principles and practices that underlie the construction and study of History;
  • Expose students to the methods of historical research in order to develop their analytical abilities in resolving social problems.
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University of Education, Winneba

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University of Education, Winneba
University of Education, Winneba logo.jpg
Arms of the University of Education, Winneba
Motto Education for Service
Type Public
Established 1992
Chairman Okofo Amoako-Bondam
Chancellor Alhaji Asoma Banda
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mawutor Avoke
Students Over 40,000
Location WinnebaCentral Region, Ghana
Campus Urban area / Suburban area
(Winneba, Kumasi, Mampong, Ajumako)
Colours

Scarlet, White and Ultramarine

Website www.uew.edu

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is a University in Winneba, Central Region of Ghana. Its main aim is to train teachers for the education system of Ghana. The University of Education, Winneba is charged with the responsibility of teacher education and producing professional educators to spearhead a new national vision of education aimed at redirecting Ghana’s efforts along the path of rapid economic and social development. The University of Education, Winneba is expected to play a leading role in Ghana’s drive to produce scholars whose knowledge would be fully responsive to the realities and exigencies of contemporary Ghana.

Organisation

Flying Flag of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) and the Flag of Ghana

The university has twenty-nine academic departments and centres, seven faculties. It also has 18 distance education regional study centres throughout Ghana.

In addition to three campuses in Winneba where its administrative office is located, the University has three extra campuses in addition to over 20 study centres:

  • The College of Technology Education – Kumasi Campus
  • The College of Agriculture Education – Mampong Campus
  • The College of Languages Education – Ajumako Campus

College of Agriculture Education – Mampong Campus

The Asante Mampong Campus hosts the College of Agriculture Education and is situated 51 kilometres north-east of Kumasi.

The Asante Mampong campus is the home of the Faculty of Agriculture Education, and the Faculty of Science and Environment Education.

Faculty of Agriculture Education

  • Department of Agricultural Engineering
  • Department of Animal Science Education
  • Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Department of Soil and Crop Science Education

Faculty of Science and Environmental Education

  • Department of Science Education
  • Department of Environmental Health & Sanitation Science

College of Technology Education – Kumasi Campus

The Kumasi Campus which hosts the College of Technology Education is about 320 kilometres away from Winneba, the main campus.

The College is made up of the Faculty of Business Education, Faculty of Vocational and Technical Education and the Faculty of Education and Communication Sciences.

Faculty of Business Education

  • Department of Business Education
  • Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Faculty of Vocational and Technology Education

  • Department of Technology Education
  • Department of Information Technology Education

Faculty of Educational Studies

  • Department of Basic Education
  • Department of Early Childhood Education
  • Department of Psychology and Education
  • Department of Special Education

College of Languages Education

University of Education, Winneba (UEW) Entrance

The Ajumako Campus currently hosts the students of the Department of Akan-Nzema Education, Ewe Education, Ga–Dangme Education of The Faculty of Languages Education.

Gradually the Faculty of Languages Education will move from the Winneba Campus to the Ajumako Campus and will eventually become the College of Languages Education.

Faculty of Languages Education

  • Department of Akan-Nzema Education
  • Department of Applied Linguistics
  • Department of English Education
  • Department of French Education
  • Department of Gur – Gonja Education
  • Department of Ewe Education

The Winneba Campus – Main Campus

University of Education, Winneba (UEW) North Campus

The Winneba Campus is the main campus of the University and is spread over three sites (North, Central and South) within the Effutu Municipality. The central Administration of the University is located at the South Campus. The Winneba Campus hosts the following Faculties, Schools, Institute, Centers and Offices:

Faculty of Science Education

  • Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports Education
  • Department of Home Economics
  • Departments of Mathematics Education
  • Department of Biology Education
  • Department of Social Science Education
  • Department of Social Studies Education
  • Department of Business Administration
  • Department of Health Administration and Education

Institutes and schools

School of Creative Arts

  • Department of Art Education
  • Department of Graphic Design
  • Department of Music School
  • Department of Theatre Arts

Institute for Educational Development and Extension

  • Center for Continuing Education
  • Center for Distance Education
  • Center for Teacher Development and Action Research

Institutes for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS)

  • National Center for Research into Basic Education (NCRIBE)
  • Center for Educational Policy Studies (CEPS)
  • Center for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST)

Campuses

Students at the Kiosks of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW)

It is a multi-campus, multi-site university. It has five campuses, Three at Winneba and one at Ajumako in Central Ghana, and the other two at Kumasi and Mampong all in the Ashanti Region.

As a multi-campus, multi-site university with campuses and learning centres in other parts of the country, UEW has six Faculties, one institute and two centres of the university provide programmes in the areas of Science and Mathematics Education, Technology and Business Education, Agriculture Education, Home Economics Education, Cultural Studies, Creative Arts Education, Guidance and Counselling and Educational Administration and Leadership.