The purpose of this course module is to equip participants with insightful knowledge of the creation and use of mnemonics necessary for their students to do effective recall of facts during teaching and self-directed study.
By the end of this module, participants will:
- Understand the basis for mnemonics and discuss with colleagues how they may be actively incorporated into teaching and learning
- Analyze some types and examples of mnemonics
- Learn and practice creating different types of mnemonics
Course Module Certification
Participants who meet the course module requirements will receive a Certificate of Achievement issued in electronic format.
1. How Mnemonics Work
2. Types of Mnemonics
- Sentence Mnemonics
- Acronym Mnemonics
- Method of Loci
3. Mnemonic Applications in Teaching and Self-directed Study
- Mnemonics for Lists
- Mnemonics for Number Sequences
- Mnemonics for Foreign/New Words
4. Summative Assessments
Course format: Online/Internet-based
Language: English (en)
Time required: 3 hours in one day
Dates, Time, and Selected Districts:
Participating districts are categorized into 4 groups namely A, B, C, and D.
Group A: La-Nkwantanang, Adenta, Ashaiman, Sekyere South, Savelugu
Group B: Ningo Prampram, La-Dade kotopon, Ga Central, Ga West, Ada East
Group C: Accra Metro, Kpone Katamanso, Ga South, Shai Osudoku
Group D: Tema Metro, Ledzokuku Krowor, Ada West, Ga East
|Group A||Group B||Group C|
|Module 1||Thursday, June 3||Tuesday, June 8|
Thursday, June 10
|Tuesday, June 15|
|Module 2||Thursday, June 17||Tuesday, June 22|
Thursday, June 24
|Tuesday, June 29|
|Module 3||Thursday, July 1||Tuesday, July 6|
Thursday, July 8
|Tuesday, July 13|
|Module 4||Thursday, July 15||Thursday, July 22|
Tuesday, July 27
Thursday, July 29
- Sessions are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Where registrations exceed available spaces for a training, some districts will be rescheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays.
- Sessions will be held after school on the indicated dates, starting at 3 pm prompt
Course access: Reviewed by NTC and approved for teacher registration
Target Group: Teachers in all ranks, education/non-teaching staff
Method of recording and keeping attendance: Teacher’s INSET Logbook, NTC’s digital register for teachers, Cledor Education’s attendance register
Intended mechanism for monitoring attendance and active participation (per hour or per session) for the duration of the activity: Periodic recording of participant list; use of interactive learning; periodic formative activities, others are: Attendance register, Q&A, and group activities.
Method to be used for obtaining feedback or evaluation of the program:
- Formative and summative assessment of participants
- Questionnaires/Feedback forms
- Video testimonials
List of references for participants to consult ahead of training:
- Updates will be available on discussion boards
Please note that there is a live Q&A session with the course facilitator.
Name: Francis Mensah-Okyere
Position: CEO, Cledor Ltd.; Creator, EmoEles
Telephone: 024 931 4836