Explore network activities with the Education Collaborative

 The Education Collaborative drives multiple initiatives and engagements to achieve our transformational goals. Designed and hosted in collaboration with partner institutions, our initiatives and engagements, both virtual and in-person, seek depth in engagement and impact for participants, spark discussion and interest and drive strategic actions in higher education teaching and learning, and administration. 

Engagement with the Education Collaborative is through the Open Network and the Member Consortium.

The Open Network

Through the Open Network, participating institutions and members engage with one another through a series of activities, workshops and programs to targeted at helping meet their institutional goals. 

Communities of Practice

Communities of Practice (CoP) are workgroups of educators, administrators, experts, and other stakeholders in the higher education sector in Africa. CoP workgroups leverage the collective competencies of members to deliver practical transformative solutions in their campuses and organizations

Annual Convening in June

The Annual Convening is the central platform for all stakeholders in African higher-ed to share innovative resources and strategies for the advancement of the sector. Held in June every year at Ashesi University, the week-long event harnesses the collective expertise of institutions and educators on ways to create an educational system that supports the development agenda of the continent

Learning Hub

 The Virtual Learning Hub is a learning management system that offers curated and practical proven techniques in teaching, learning, and administration from Ashesi University and member institutions in Africa. Courses are structured to support self-paced learning and are available on subscription on the registration with the Education Collaborative.

Communities of Practice

Communities of Practice (CoP) are workgroups of educators, administrators, experts, and other stakeholders in the higher education sector in Africa. CoP workgroups leverage the collective competencies of members to deliver practical transformative solutions in their campuses and organizations.

Annual Convening in June

The Annual Convening is the central platform for all stakeholders in African higher-ed to share innovative resources and strategies for the advancement of the sector. Held in June every year at Ashesi University, the week-long event harnesses the collective expertise of institutions and educators on ways to create an educational system that supports the development agenda of the continent.

Virtual Learning Hub

 The Virtual Learning Hub is a learning management system that offers curated and practical proven techniques in teaching, learning, and administration from Ashesi University and member institutions in Africa. Courses are structured to support self-paced learning and are available on subscription on the registration with the Education Collaborative.

Member Consortium

Becoming a Consortium Member from the Education Collaborative is an opportunity to engage more deeply and directly with the Education Collaborative to inform our overall strategy and growth.

Members institutions, classified as Lead Institutions, commit to lead initiatives, chart a path, and actively develop strategies, plans, and work to impact the continent.

Lead Institutions are exemplar in the focus areas of expertise and can engage in the Education Collaborative in a contractual capacity not limited to the following: Focal initiative lead or co-lead; Co-organizer in Annual June convening; Grant committee member; Hub host; Hub host due diligence committee member; Hub representative to Consulting committee

To learn how your institution can join the Member Consortium, connect with us via email at education.collaborative@ashesi.edu.gh

 

By engaging leadership, faculty and administrators, we hope to allow for a much deeper collaboration

Filling the gaps within our educational systems is a mission that extends beyond one stakeholder. It requires a collective effort across multiple institutions and organisations. Having this platform to exchange ideas, provide mentorship and engage with one another helps to move the needle for higher education across the continent. 


– Rose Dodd, Director, Education Collaborative