Political Science Education Holds Workshop for Level 400 Internship Students

The Department of Political Science Education (DPSE) on Tuesday, 11th September, 2018 organised a workshop for level 400 students going on internship this year at the Faculty of Educational Studies Block, North campus, Winneba.

The immediate past Head of Department (HoD), Dr. Gabriel Botchwey stated in his welcome address that, the reason for the workshop was to prepare students to be able to satisfactorily complete the ‘yellow book’ (assessment book) and prepare adequately on the things they would need while on internship.

From L-R, Dr. Gabriel Botchwey,Mr. Ebenezer Teye Amanor-Lartey and Dr. Isaac Brako

Speaking on the Topic ‘‘Reflective Practice,” he pointed out the basis of internship which included key issues like what the intern seeks to achieve in a particular lesson, how many times to teach in a week, class management and communication skills.

There were presentations by the Examination Officer, Mr. Ebenezer Teye Amanor-Lartey and two other lecturers from the Department namely Mr. Benjamin Asante and Dr. Isaac Brako.  They presented respectively on the topics “Philosophy of Teaching, Reflective Practice and General Conduct of an Internship Student”.  

Mr. Benjamin Asante 

In attendance were lecturers of DPSE, Dr. Ezekiel Attuquaye Clottey; Dr. Maliha Abubakari; Mr. Augustine Arko Blay and Principal Administrative Assistant, DPSE, Ms. Francisca Elorm Kugbega.

Final year students of the Department