In an official communication dated January 17, 2024, the GES has instructed all heads of schools (Basic and Second Cycle) to accept both handwritten and electronically prepared lesson notes in both printed and email forms.
This directive aims to resolve the existing misunderstandings and promote flexibility in lesson note submission.
The communication, signed by Deputy Director-General Dr. Kwabena Bempah Tandoh, requests Regional Directors to inform District/Municipal/Metropolitan Directors to ensure compliance with the new guidelines.
The message is also copied to various GES officials and authorities for their awareness.
The Full Statement
LESSON NOTES PREPARATION FOR TEACHERS IN THE GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE
Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has become aware of some misunderstanding
between heads and their teachers in some schools concerning lesson note preparations.
Regional Directors are to bring to the attention of District/Municipal/Metropolitan Directors of
Education to ensure that all heads of schools (Basic and Second Cycle) accept both handwritten
and electronically prepared lesson notes in both printed and email forms.
SHS Lesson note Template Should include
RELEVANT PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE (RPK):
TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCES (TLRs):
Basic School Lesson Note Should Include
Phase/Duration Learners Activities Resources
Share performance indicators with learners.