maths/ICT department

Mathematics and ICT an essential tool for both scientific and industrial development of any nation.

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There has been a noticeable increase in the importance of Mathematics and ICT to our society in the past half century. The need for such trained professionals at all levels of society is on the increase as the use of computers (which requires mathematics modeling) is spreading to all sectors of our economy. Solutions to many technological and engineering problems on which our survival quite literally depends will involve a high level of mathematical thought. This therefore indicates that a degree in Mathematics and ICT will most often than not guarantee a more than an average career prospect.

ABOUT THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

The head of the department currently is Mr. Emmanuel Acquandoh, ushered into office in 1st September, 2019.  A very determined, versatile and practical person with the ability to learn new skills and aptly apply them. He is a very good team player and equally at ease to submit his opinion to the team and above all, able to work under any pressure. He is innovative and always able to initiate any positive move and can embrace others to come and support.    He is also a leader who has been highly successful in completing work on time.

 

  • Education Qualification:

M.Phil. in Mathematics of Edu. University of Education, Winneba (2019 – Date).

M.Ed. in Mathematics of Edu., University of Education, Winneba (2009 – 2011)

B.Ed. in Mathematics of Edu., University of Education, Winneba (2003 – 2007).

Research Interest

Mathematics Education, Applied Mathematics, Teacher Education, Pedagogy, Education and Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Publication

·       Acquandoh E., Atteh E., Boadi A., And Andam E. A. (2020). The Effect of Using Hands – On Materials In Pythagoras Theorem. Journal of Scientific Research And Reports (Accpted For Publication), Article Id: 2018/JSRR/44241.

MEMBERS OF THE DEPARTMENT

The department is made up of two units,  these are the Mathematics Education Unit and ICT Education Unit,  The numerical strength of the departments is  nine (9) males and 0 female

Mathematics Education unit

Mr Yaw Ackaah Mensah

Qualifications:

M.Phil, M. Ed, B. Ed of Mathematics Education

 

Research Interest

Mathematics Education, Applied Mathematics, Teacher Education, Pedagogy and Education.

Publication

·       Mensah A. Y., Boadi A., Atteh E., Assan-Donkoh I., Boadi A., Badzi C. S., and Lawer T. V. (2020). A Thoughtful Overview of Social Media Usage among Students and its Impact

Mr Joseph Coleman

M.Ed. in Mathematics off Education, University of Cape Coast,

B.Ed. in Mathematics of Education, University of Education, Winneba

Research Interest

Mathematics Education, Applied Mathematics, Teacher Education, Pedagogy and Education.

Mr Samuel Dedume

MSc. & BSc.in Mathematics Education

Research Interest

Optimization

Mr Augustine Boadi

M.Phil, M.Ed. & B.Ed. in Mathematics Education

Research Interest

Mathematics Education, Applied Mathematics, Teacher Education, Pedagogy and Education.

Publication

Boadi A., Atteh E., Assan-Donkoh I., Mensah A. Y., Boadi A., Badzi C. S., and Lawer T. V. (2020). A Thoughtful Overview of Social Media Usage among Students and its Impact

 

Mr Evans Atteh

 

M.Phil. in Mathematics Of Education, University Of Education, Winneba (2019 – Date).

M.Ed. in Mathematics of Education, University of Education, Winneba

B.Ed. in Mathematics of Education, University of Education, Winneba

Research Interest

Mathematics Education, Applied Mathematics, Teacher Education, Pedagogy and Education.

 

Publication

¨     Atteh E., Adams A. K., Ayiku F., and Kpai H. (2020). A Survey of Junior and Senior High School Teachers’ Perceptions and Perceived Skills of ICT Integration in Teaching and Learning of Mathematics. Asian Journal of Advanced Research and Reports. 11(2): 1-7. DOI: 10.9734/AJARR/2020/v11i230258

¨     Hagan E. J., Amoaddai S., Lawer T. V. and Atteh E. (2020). Students’ Perception towards Mathematics and Its Effects on Academic Performance. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies. 8(1): 8-14. DOI: 10.9734/AJESS/2020/v8i130210

¨     Atteh E., Assan-Donkoh I., Ayiku F., Nkansah E., Adams A. K. (2020). The Use of Technology among School Mathematics Teachers and Students: The New Wave of Recommended Instructions. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics. 16(5): 18-29. DOI: 10.9734/ARJOM/2020/v16i530189

¨     Atteh E., Assan-Donkoh I., Mensah A. Y., Boadi A., Badzi C. S., and Lawer T. V. (2020). A Thoughtful Overview of Social Media Usage among Students and its Impact on their Academic Work. Asian Journal of Advanced Research and Reports. 8(3): 30-39. DOI: 10.9734/AJARR/2020/v8i330201

¨     Atteh E. and Andam E. A. (2019). Model for Mathematics Teachers Developement. Journal of Scientific Research and Reports. 22(4): 1-8. DOI: 10.9734/JSRR/2019/v22i430096

¨     Atteh E., Andam E. A, Obeng-Denteh W., Amoako J. and Wiafe F. (2017). The Impact of Using Balance Model in Teaching Linear Equation. Archives of Current Research International. 11(3): 1-12. DOI: 10.9734/ACRI/2017/35310

¨     Atteh E., Andam E. A, Obeng-Denteh W. (2017). Problem Solving Framework For Mathematics Discipline. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics. 4(4):1-11. DOI: 10.9734/ARJOM/2017/32586

¨     Atteh E., Andam E. A., Obeng-Denteh W. (2016). The Cooperative Learning Approach of Solving Word Problems Involving Algebraic Linear Equations at Institute for Educational Development and Extension (IEDE), University of Education, Ghana. Journal of Mathematical Acumen and Research. 1(1):1-11. ISSN: 2467-8929. (http://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr/article/view/JOMAAR-Volume-1-%20Number-1-2016)

¨     Atteh E., Andam E. A, Obeng-Denteh W, Obiri-Apraku L and Agyei W (2016). Algorithm for Integrating Factor for a Non-Exact Linear First Order Ordinary Differential Equation. International Journal of Engineering and Scientific Research. 4(4):40-51. ISSN: 2347-6532. (http://www.ijmra.us/2016ijesr_april.php)

¨     Atteh E., Okpoti A. C, Obeng-Denteh W and Andam E. A (2015). The Constructivist Approach of Solving Word Problems Involving Algebraic Linear Equations: The Case Study of Mansoman Senior High School, Amansie West District of Ghana. Advance in Research. 5(1):1-12. ISSN: 2348-0394. (http://www.sciencedomain.org/abstract/9375)

¨     Atteh E., Andam E. A, Obeng-Denteh W, Okpoti A. C and Amoako J. (2014). The Problem Solving Strategy of Solving Mathematical Problems: The Case Study of Esaase Bontefufuo Senior High Technical School, Amansie West District of Ghana. International Journal of Applied Science and Mathematics. 1(2):40-45. ISSN: 2394-2894. (https://www.ijasm.org/index.php/archive?view=publication&task=show&id=45)

 

ICT Education unit

Mr Emmanuel Nkansah

 M.Sc. Information Technology

B. Ed Information Technology

Research Interest

Educational Technologies

 

 

 

Ps. Ebenezer Eghan

MSc. Information Technology

Bsc. Computer Engineering

Research Interest

Educational Technologies and Data Science (Artificial intelligence)

Mr. Adolf Fenyi

MSc. Information Technology

Bsc. Information Technology

Research Interest: Image Procesing