A small, independent Pretoria-based school presents the case for online education. In a mid- and post COVID-19 world, the merits of online education are becoming increasingly obvious. However even before the pandemic, the educational world was taxed by the need for new models. Technological advances...
When taking stock of what makes a good teacher we now must consider how teaching translates through the screen. How have teachers managed to adapt to the world of online learning?
Reading and Reviews
We have been lucky enough to receive what in Afrikaans is called a ‘voorsmakie’ (literally, a little ‘before taste’, a sample), of Woema's Afrikaans First Additional Language Grade 3 Textbook and Workbook
Authors: Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D., and Oprah Winfrey Publisher: Flatiron Books...
There is a literacy crisis in South Africa. A shocking 82% of Grade 4 children cannot read for meaning. Without the ability to decipher the meaning behind words, learners battle to answer questions related to what they have read.
Besides being motivational, the two books have an important message for us as educators: academic success depends as much on application as it does on receiving good teaching. Both stress the importance of persistence.