Projects/Consultancies Projects/Consultancies The State of Pre-Tertiary Teacher Education in Ghana. A research project funded by the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast. (2018-2020) Improving Quality Basic Education: Importance of a Teacher-Student Classroom Interaction Measuring Tool. (2019-2020). A project funded by Global Ties for Children (EQUAL Seed Grants for developing countries’ researchers, New York University (NYU), USA. Exposure to Domestic Violence and Early Childhood Development: Evidence from Ghana. Ghana Inclusive Development Research Network (GIDRN). A UNICEF and University for Development Studies initiative to support research on inclusion development in Ghana. (2018-2019). An Investigation into Curriculum Delivery in English Language, Mathematics and Science in Basic Schools in Ghana. (2017-ongoing). An Interdepartmental project between CERED and Institute of Education funded by the Directorate of Research, Innovation, and Consultancy (DRIC), University of Cape Coast, Ghana UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) & Newton Fund, South Africa National Research Foundation (NRF) ‘Higher education, inequality and the public good in four African countries: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa' project. March 2017-December 2019. UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded. ‘Pedagogies for Critical Thinking: Innovations and Outcomes in Higher Education research' project. April 2015-December 2018. UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded. ‘Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL)' project. December 2014-December 2015. Sub-Consultant. Teacher Trainees’ Experience of the Practical Component of the Initial Teacher Education Programme in Ghana: Cases of Three Colleges of Education in the Central Region of Ghana. (2013-2015). Project funded by the College of Education Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. Ghana Education Service Council funded. Research on ‘Delivering Basic Education in the Face of Irregular Release of Government Grants: Showcasing Good Practices and Challenges’. AusAID-funded. Systematic Review on ‘What are the Impacts and Cost Effectiveness of Strategies to Improve Performance of Untrained and Under-trained Teachers in the Classroom in Developing Countries?’ 2011- 2012. Participated as EPPI - supported systematic reviewer Hewlett Foundation-funded. ‘Teacher Preparation and Continuing Professional Development in Africa (TPA): Learning to Teach Reading and Mathematics and its Influence on Practice in Ghana’. January – December 2010. Partners in Play Project (P3), Ghana: A Baseline Evaluation: project intends to reach 689,920 children through a three-tiered intervention approach – the Direct, Indirect and GALOP in three regions – Greater Accra, Northern Region, and Volta Region.