Prof. (Mrs.) Afia Amponsaa Opoku-Asare

Associate Professor


Dept: Educational Innovations in Science and Technology
Office 2
Art Education Building
Department of General Art Studies
Faculty of Art
College of Art & Social Sciences
KNUST

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Research Areas/Interests

Visual Arts, the Environment and Cultural Sustainability (2013-2016) Visual Arts in Special Education (2012-2016) Alternative Resources for Skills De...~more

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Publications

    Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. & Siaw, A.O. (2016). Curricula and Inferential /factors That Affect Student Achievement in Rural, Urban and PEri-Urban Senior High Schools in Ghana: Evidence From the Visual Arts Program. DOI: 10.1177/2158244016661747. SAGE Open. July-September 2016: 1-13.

     

    Arthur, N.A.P., Asante, E.A., & Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. (2015). The Educational Role of Performing and Visual Arts in Asante Traditional Politics. International Journal of Education Through Art Volume 11 Number 1 pp. 117-135. doi:10.1386/eta.11.1.117_1.    

    Opoku-Asare, N.A. and Yeboah, R. (2014). Pulp Art Making: A Tool for Promoting Recycling through Hand Papaermaking for Effective Curriculum Delivery in Art .Global Journal of Human Social Sciences H Volume 14 issue 4 Version 1.0 pp. 13-26.

    3. Opoku-Asare, N.A., Agbenatoe, W.G. and deGraft-Johnson, K.G. (2014). Instructional Strategies, Institutional Support and Student Achievement in General Knowledge in Art: Implications for Visual Arts Education in Ghana. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Volume 5 Number 21 pp.121-134.

     4. Badoe, W. and Opoku-Asare, N.A. (2014). Structural Patterns in Asante Kente: An Indigenous Instructional Resource for Design Education in Textiles. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Volume 5 Number 25 pp. 52-63.

    5. Badoe, W., Opoku-Asare, N.A. and Ansah, R.E. (2014). A Multiple Colour Bobbin Winder: An Enhanced Accessory for Transforming Indigenous On-Loom Weaving. IISTE Journal of Art and Design Studies Volume21 pp.1-10.

    6. Takyi, H., Opoku-Asare, N.A. and Annin, E.K. (2014). The Role of Women in Reducing Household Poverty in the Bongo District of Upper East Region, Ghana. Journal of Humanities Volume 3 Number 4 pp. 99-110.

    7.Opoku-Asare, N.A. and Yeboah, R. (2013). Hand Papermaking with Waste Fabrics and Paper Mulberry Fibre. Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities Volume 2 Issue 3 pp.71-82.

     Conference Paper

    1. Opoku-Asare, N.A., Asare-Forjour, E. and Ampeh, G.K. (2014). Instructional Design and Teaching Strategies for Curriculum Delivery in Creative Arts: the Dilemma of Generalist Teachers in Ghana. Conference Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Design, Development and Research. Cape Town, South Africa. 8-10 September 2014.

    Yeboah, R., Appau Asante, E. & Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. (2016). Teaching Interactive Art Lessons with Recycled Waste Materials as Instructional Resources. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Vol.7, No.14, 2016.

     

    Arthur, N.A.P., Asante, E.A. and Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. (2015). ‘The Educational Role of Performing and Visual Arts in Asante Politics International Journal of Education Through Art Volume 11 Number 1 pp.117-135.

     

     

     

    Opoku-Asare, N.A.A., Takyi, H. & Owusu-Mensah, M. (2015). Conflict Prevalence in Primary School and How It Is Understood to Affect Teaching and Learning in Ghana. SAGE Open. July-September 2015: 1 –11. DOI: 10.1177/2158244015592935.

    Asante, E.A. and Opoku-Asare, N.A. & Wemegah, R. (2015). Indigenous Pottery at Sirigu: Dialogue on Materials, Methods and Socio-Cultural Significance Craft Research Volume 2 No 2 pp.22-56.

    Opoku-Asare, N.A.A., Tachie-Menson, A. & Essel, H.B. (2015). Perceptions, Attitudes and Institutional Factors that Influence Academic Performance of Visual Arts Students in Ghana’s Senior High School Core Curriculum Subjects. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice 6, No. 21 pp. 39 – 49.

    Tachie-Menson, A., Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. & Essel, H.B. (2015). Teaching and Learning of Drawing for Book Design and illustration: A Study of Higher Education in Publishing, Ghana. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences (A) Volume 15 Issue 7 Version 1.0 Year 2015 pp 19-28.

    Asante, E.A., Opoku-Asare, N.A. & Wemegah, R. (2015). Indigenous Pottery at Sirigu: Dialogue on Materials, Methods and Socio-Cultural Significance Craft Research Volume 2 No 2 pp.22-56.

     

     

    Yeboah, R., Appau Asante, E. & Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. (2016). Teaching Interactive Art Lessons with Recycled Waste Materials as Instructional Resources. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Vol.7, No.14, 2016.

    Opoku-Asare, N.A.A. & Siaw, A.O. (2015). Rural-Urban Disparity in Students’ Academic Performance in Visual Arts Education: Evidence from Six Senior High Schools in Kumasi, Ghana. SAGE Open. October-December 2015:1-14. DOI: 10.1177/2158244015612523.

    Opoku-Asare, N. A. A., Takyi, H. and Owusu-Mensah, M. (2015). Conflict Prevalence in Primary School and How It Is Understood to Affect Teaching and Learning in Ghana. SAGE Open. July-September 2015: 1 –11. DOI: 10.1177/2158244015592935

    Opoku-Asare, N.A.A., Agbenatoe, W.G. & deGraft-Johnson, K.G. (2014). Instructional Strategies, Institutional Support and Student Achievement in General Knowledge in Art: Implications for Visual Arts Education in Ghana. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Vol. 5 No. 21 pp. 121-134.

    Opoku-Asare, N.A. & Yeboah, R. (2014). Pulp Art Making: A Tool for Promoting Recycling through Hand Papermaking for Effective Curriculum Delivery in Art. Global Journal of Human-Social Science (H) Volume XIV Issue IV Version 1 Year 2014.

    Badoe, W. & Opoku-Asare, N.A.(2014). Structural Patterns in Asante Kente: An Indigenous Instructional Resource for Design Education in Textiles. IISTE Journal of Education and Practice Vol.5 No. 25 pp.52-63.

    Opoku-Asare, N.A., Asare-Forjour, E & Ampeh, G.K. (2014). Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning of Creative Arts: The Dilemma of Generalist Teachers in Ghana. The 4th International Conference on Design, Development and Research 8-10 September 2014. Cape Town, South Africa. ISSN 978-0-620-62981-2.

    Badoe, W., Opoku-Asare, N.A. & Ansah, R.E. (2014). A Multiple Colour Bobbin Winder: An Enhanced Accessory for Transforming Indigenous On-Loom Weaving.IISTE Journal of Art and Design Studies Vol. 21 pp 1-10.

    Takyi, H., Opoku-Asare, N.A. & Annin, E.K. (2014). The Role of Women in Reducing Household Poverty in the Bongo District of Upper East Region, Ghana. Journal of Arts and Humanities Volume 3 No.4 pp   99 – 110.


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