University of Cape Coast

Kwame Bediako ASARE is a Senior Lecturer in Education with interest in leadership in education, teacher education, and contemporary issues in education. He also serves as the Coordinator for the Assessment Unit of the Institute of Education. Kwame holds a PhD in Education (Leadership in Higher Education), M. Phil (Educational Administration), and B. Ed/Dip. Ed. (Special Education and Social Studies Education). Kwame also holds several certificates in leadership and education including Certificate for Further Professional Studies in Education (Leading Leadership for Learning in Developing Countries, University of Cambridge, UK), Reforming School Supervision for Quality Improvement (IIEP, France) and ICT for Education Policy Makers (World Bank Institute/KERIS, South Korea). 

Kwame has over 25 years of teaching experience with 18+ years as a teacher educator. He has taught at different levels of education including elementary or basic school and college/university levels. In the University, he teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses, supervises on-campus and off-campus students’ teaching practice and undertakes supervision of student projects and theses. Kwame actively serves as a teacher professional development leader and facilitates continuous professional development workshops and training sessions for teachers and other employees in education. Dr. Asare served as the national expert and researcher for Ghana for the 2021 Evaluation of NORAD Sponsored UNESCO’s project “Strengthening Multi-Partner Cooperation to Support Teacher Policy and Improve Learning” in four countries: Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, and Uganda.