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SOUTH AFRICA

Kenya's Angaza Elimu using tech to transform classroom experiences
Kenya's Angaza Elimu using tech to transform classroom experiences

Kenyan startup Angaza Elimu is attempting to transform education by addressing the problems of inefficient classrooms and inadequate educational material...

By Tom Jackson 4 Oct 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

SA's SkillUp Tutors launches online lesson space
SA's SkillUp Tutors launches online lesson space

South African ed-tech startup SkillUp Tutors has launched an online lesson space that allows tutors to conduct lessons with students anywhere in the world...

By Tom Jackson 4 Jul 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

How young upstarts are merging education and safety
How young upstarts are merging education and safety

As we move into the 21st century, accessibility to e-learning is becoming more of a necessity than a luxury. Yet South Africa's disadvantaged youth face more problems than merely inadequate educational facilities...

By Shan Radcliffe 14 Mar 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

The do's and don'ts of implementing blended learning
The do's and don'ts of implementing blended learning

A key buzzword at the moment in the education space is "blended learning", but very few people would have heard this term before the higher education crisis...

By Dr Felicity Coughlan 4 Jan 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Five questions to ask before choosing an online college
Five questions to ask before choosing an online college

Before you invest your time and money into your career, you should learn how to recognise and find online degree programmes that are valuable and useful...

By Charles Mburugu 13 Jun 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

Google aims for one million digital learners
Google aims for one million digital learners

Over the next year, Google will train one million young Africans in digital skills across the continent...

By Danette Breitenbach 13 Apr 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

The role of writing skills in learning
The role of writing skills in learning

The educational process is aimed at obtaining knowledge, skills, and values. It's an important part of human development as a well-educated person has beliefs and views that are core elements of well-being in society...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 7 Mar 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

The value of self education in South Africa
The value of self education in South Africa

The average annual cost of an undergraduate course of study in South Africa is R30,000. This includes living expenses and tuition for an average student...

By Hicks Crawford 19 Feb 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

Code word for the future
Code word for the future

Almost every child comes into contact everyday with some form of the digitised world, whether it is watching their parents swipe their credit card for a purchase in the supermarket or even watching them on their cellphones...

By Alta Greeff 27 May 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

The future of mobile exam preparation, Q&A with George Burgess
The future of mobile exam preparation, Q&A with George Burgess

Inspired by the global mindset of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs while at Stanford, Burgess explains what Gojimo means for the industry, and why SA...

By Jessica Tennant 2 Apr 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Individualisation, diversity sets education providers apart
Individualisation, diversity sets education providers apart

Digital technologies including cloud computing, mobile devices and the Internet have the potential to transform the content offerings of schools and universities. Education institutions are no longer limited to the usual subjects of maths, science and languages. They now have an opportunity to diversify their subject and course offerings to include unconventional choices such as aviation, catering, music, ballet and anything else in their curriculums...

By Murray de Villiers 10 Mar 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Platform thinking is not a pipe dream; what SA can learn from Google
Platform thinking is not a pipe dream; what SA can learn from Google

Treat learners like platforms that can grow in intellectual potency to levels never imagined possible as opposed to pipes that are bounded by their very nature...

By Edzai Conilias Zvobwo 25 Feb 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Throwing laptops at schools won't solve the maths problem
Throwing laptops at schools won't solve the maths problem

Private-public partnerships have seen technology arriving in classrooms at an unprecedented rate which surpasses the user's rate of ICT skills acquisition. The burning question now is how to maximize the return on investment in educational technology as an enhancing tool for learning...

By Edzai Conilias Zvobwo 19 Feb 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Google Helpouts shuts down: Are live video tutorials viable?
Google Helpouts shuts down: Are live video tutorials viable?

Google has announced that it will be shutting down Helpouts on 20 April 2015...

By Edzai Conilias Zvobwo 16 Feb 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

[Learn Accounting] It's about people, team fit and technology
[Learn Accounting] It's about people, team fit and technology

At Tuesday's Learn Accounting launch, Jacqui Kew, Associate Professor at the UCT College of Accounting, explained that students are of the mindset that achieving very high marks is the most important thing...

By Jessica Tennant 12 Feb 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Short courses as an alternative to degree programmes
Short courses as an alternative to degree programmes

For a host of reasons, many of South Africa's school-leavers will be unable to pursue a tertiary education in 2015. So what other options are available for these individuals?

By Rob Paddock 27 Jan 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

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Online resources that promote students' digital citizenship

Not all professors are keen on implementing digital strategies, but even the most obstinate educators must admit that the level of student engagement is positively affected when technology becomes an integrated part of their learning habits...

By Robert Morris 18 Dec 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

Must-have educational tools for e-learners
Must-have educational tools for e-learners

When it comes to learning, traditional methods may be restricting to some. Whether you want to take advantage of an opportunity far away, such as a course with a university on the other side of the country, or you want to expand your horizons and learn something new online, e-learning is a great way to achieve your goals.

By Peter Davidson 7 Apr 2014

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