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How we fail our learners and what we can do about it

Educational psychologists have identified four instinctive types of learning: Quick Start, Fact Finder, Implementor, and Follow Thru. But our schools are all designed for only one type...

By Peter Horszowski, Issued by Pert Industrials 3 days ago

Sangari, Veative bring VR to SA schools

Veative is a VR-focused education company that creates VR curriculums for students...

12 Jul 2018

Here's how to encourage more girls to pursue science and math careers

Women remain underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM...

By Jilana Boston and Andrei Cimpian 12 Jul 2018

New administrator appointed for NW education

Nkhono Johannes Mohlala has been tasked with stabilising teaching and learning activities in the North West Basic Education Department as the newly appointed administrator...

11 Jul 2018

Word Warriors creative writing competition is open for entry

READ's 2018 Word Warrior Competition is officially open for entry to budding writers between the ages of nine and 16...

9 Jul 2018

#Mandela100: Nal'ibali shares special series for Mandela Day

Commemorating the centenary celebration of Nelson Mandela's birthday, Nal'ibali is sharing a special series of three children's stories...

9 Jul 2018

This is the starting point for African smart cities

With over half the world's population currently living in urban metropoles and an estimated three million people moving into cities every week, it's safe to say that the concept of smart cities is becoming more crucial than ever...

By Byron Clatterbuck 4 Jul 2018

Umalusi blows lid off fake matric certificates sites

Umalusi has condemned websites selling fake matric certificates to the public...

2 Jul 2018

The Leadership for Girls Academy

On 25 June, the Leadership for Girls Academy kicked off their winter classes. The girls were thrilled to return to the programme in their school holidays...

Issued by Eskilz College 28 Jun 2018

Winners of the Growsmart story-writing competition

20 young schoolchildren will see their creative writing turned into published books after being selected as the top entrants in the Growsmart story-writing competition...

27 Jun 2018

Why PE teachers need to be more than just stand-ins

Gone are the days of developing gross and fine motor skills in children by letting them climb trees, or make and fly kites, says Michael Mthethwa, Physical Education specialist lecturer...

27 Jun 2018

Partnership sees coding introduced at previously disadvantaged schools

ORT South Africa (ORT SA) and Chevron South Africa have partnered to implement coding programmes in previously disadvantaged schools in Ivory Park, north of Johannesburg...

25 Jun 2018

Encouraging creative, young entrepreneurs to explore the tourism industry

To offer young entrepreneurs the opportunity to gain a foothold in the tourism industry, Cape Town Tourism's Board Development Fund (BDF), created in 2013, provides mentorship and practical support to two to three disadvantaged businesses a year who shows great potential...

21 Jun 2018

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