When the Incremental Introduction of African Languages policy is implemented in 2015, all South African learners will have to take a third African language from Grade 1. Supporting effective language learning with the appropriate resources will become crucial.
Monthly Archives For August 2014
“There are no silver bullets in education,” warns Jenni Case frankly. She would know. Jenni has dedicated her professional life to advancing education. With thirty-six articles on students’ learning experience, an international reputation, and multiple…
Advances in technology have touched every facet of our lives, including education. Knowing how to use cellphones and tablets to encourage learning, while minimising the distractions they pose, is vital in 21st century classrooms.
Some might find the glow of their lamp and the chirping of the crickets peaceful. Others might see it as a gauntlet dividing them from their ever so soft pillows. Preferences aside, studying at night is a fact of life. You’ve got to do it, so do it well.
Here are some tips to help you get the most mileage out of that final stretch of your day.
Stress is a response to a situation where one feels one is under pressure and fears one may not cope. Often teachers have to function during stressful periods. Recognise the effects and triggers of stress , and find out how to manage your stress by completing the quiz below.