Winston Kwame Abroampa holds a Bachelor of Education degree and a Master of Philosophy in Curriculum Studies from the University of Cape Coast and Doctor of Philosphy in Curriculum development from the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. He is a trained teacher with over two decades of profesional teaching across pre-tertiary and tertiary levels of Ghana's education system. Prior to joining the Kwame Nkrumah Unniversity of Sciecnce and Technology, Kumasi in 2019, he had the University of Education, Winneba, a Teacher Education University for close to 10 years. He has served on many committees to assist in the development of new programmes and had also been an examinations officer, general education courses coordinator and the graduate coordinator in the Department of Psychology and Education. He has also served as the coordinator for education courses offered by the then Institute of Educational Development and Extension (IEDE) running distance education programmes in over 40 centres across Ghana.
At the national front, Winston is one of the experts who developed the four year bachelor of education curriculum used by 32 colleges of education and four universities training teachers, and he is the Lead for the pedagogy team. He led the pedagogy team to develop over 20 course manuals and professional development manuals to facilitate the implementation of the curriculum. He has also supported the development of technical papers such as the emergency remote online assessment framework for colleges of education in Ghana;portfolio assessment framework for teacher licensing in Ghana;code of professional conduct and ethics for teachers in Ghana and a curriculum writing guide for developing secondary education curriculum in Ghana. He is an experienced trainer and has run several workshops and capacity building seminars for teachers and educational administrators. Besides, Winston has won grants and have also presented papers at conferences.
Currently, Winston K. Abroampa is the founding Dean of the Faculty of Educational Studies, KNUST and mentoring five public colleges of education affiliated to KNUST. His areas of interests are exploring the use and developing indigenous pedagogies, monitoring teacher concerns on curriculum implementation, curriculum evalaution, teacher professional identity and socio-psychological development of early learners