This Man Has No Computer Access, But Teaches Poor Kids Microsoft Word By Drawing On Blackboard

No doubt, teachers play an important role in building the future of a country. They are the ones who educate their students and also teach moral values. Besides, they also make children understand the difference between the right and wrong.

teacher-draws-computer-screen-chalkboard-owura-kwadwo-hottish-ghana

There are many countries in the world where the basic necessities of people are not fulfilled so expecting the government of that nation to provide good education to kids is useless. However, there are a few people who have the capability to do something which is impossible.

One such person is Owura Kwadwo Hottish who went viral on social media after his thoughts on educating children even without having sufficient facilities. Can anyone teach Microsoft Office without a computer? No, right.

teacher-draws-computer-screen-chalkboard-owura-kwadwo-hottish-ghana2

You are wrong. Kwadwo can teach his students  MS Office even without a computer. He recently took to Facebook to tell people about the method that he is using to teach his children the subject of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and that too without a computer.

With this, Owura Kwadwo Hottish is getting all the love from the netizens for his unique method of teaching. As there are no computers and internet, during ICT classes he draws Microsoft word on the chalkboard to teach the kids its functions and usage.

teacher-draws-computer-screen-chalkboard-owura-kwadwo-hottish-ghana3

In his Facebook post, he wrote, Teaching of ICT in Ghana’s school is very funny. ICT on the board paa. I love ma students so have to do what will make them understand Wat am teaching. #committedteacher #ICTontheboard #Teacherkwadwo

This method has worked well with the kids and they are enjoying his classes.

Here’s what Owura said, “I do it to make my students understand what I’m teaching. At least to give a picture of what they will see assuming they were behind a computer. I do make sure they understand everything well before they leave the class.”

Mr. Kwadwo’s efforts and dedication are a fine example for instructors in establishing nations like Ghana when in some cases a little improvisation is had to fill the spaces that federal governments are not able to supply. ICT is an essential topic for the next generation to be competent in if Ghana is going to compete in the worldwide market, and with instructors like Mr. Kwadwo there to motivate trainees, things are searching for!

As mentioned, the post went viral and now, reportedly, he has been getting donation proposals and help from people to aid the kids in Ghana.

FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterestLinkedInGoogle+YoutubeRedditDribbbleBehanceGithubCodePenEmailWhatsappEmail
×
facebook
Hit “Like” to follow us and stay tuned for the latest news