Education Department welcomes new staff
Tettey Bright Noah
Senior Research Assistant
Mr. Tettey Bright Noah holds a B. Ed Basic Education from University of Education, Winneba and currently pursuing his MPhil Basic Education (Integrated Science Option) the same institution. He is currently a Senior Research Assistant and assist in tutoring science related courses in the Education Department of the Regentropfen College of Applied Sciences (ReCAS). Until his appointment ReCAS, he served as the principal of Rohi King Jesus School, a renowned basic school located in Pantang- Abokobi of the Greater Accra Region.
Mr. Tettey Bright Noah is a passionate teacher with over ten years teaching experience who works with all levels of employees in cross-functional teams. With my quest to touching lives, I have also worked with NGO’S as a committed volunteer teacher in deprived areas of Salaga and Kwame-Danso in the Northern and Brong-Ahafo Region respectively. His area of specializations are Science Education and curriculum studies.
Akelsiba Apuakasi Ernest
Akelsiba Apuakasi Ernest is an Assistant Lecturer in the Education Department. In charge of the English courses of the department. He also doubles as the Headmaster of the Regentropfen Senior High School, a second cycle first class school under the University. He was trained as a professional teacher at St. John Bosco Training College (College of Education) and taught primary, middle and secondary schools before joining the University faculty. Outside the university, he has been deeply involved in various initiatives designed to promote African culture and history, among them championing the campaign for indigenous names in Ghana via Radio stations and other media channels and rot of religion in Ghana and among the black race are examples. He is also a Poet, literary scholar, educator, and cultural activist, and holds a B. Ed in Education [University of Education-Winneba], B.Ed. in English Language (Valley View University), an M.A. in English Language [University of Ghana-Legon] and a PhD Candidate [Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology-KNUST). His area of research interest include: Education, Language and culture, and History).