Mr. Daniel Amoako-Asante
Instructional Tech. and e-Learning Coordinator (Primary and Secondary)
As a young boy, Daniel Amoako-Asante was fascinated by gadgets and spent most of his spare time taking them apart, just to understand their mechanisms and find out how they worked.
This set the theme for his quest to become a technocrat, which in turn led to him enrolling at university to study Wood Technology, Building Technology and Computer Engineering.
Currently he holds a BSc. in Computer Engineering from KNUST, Kumasi, and two Diplomas, one in Education and one in Building Technology.
He joined Team ARIS in 2013 as the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Coordinator / Teacher and is relentlessly working to guide both teachers and students to use today’s digital tools to prepare for tomorrow’s world.
Having taught ICT as a subject for over 11 years, Daniel has learned to optimise the full potential of today’s technology in order to get the very best out of his students, whom he regards almost as his brothers and sisters.
His favourite quotes include Andrew Heller’s “Technology is like fish. The longer it stays on the shelf, the less desirable it becomes.”
When he is not working, he cooks, plays or watches football, or might be found on a roof, tracking FTA satellite TV channels.