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If your Grade 10-12 Maths students are not yet taking advantage of this great, free service offered by Microsoft please get them registered as soon as they return to school in the third term. This is a free service that they will benefit from enormously.
What is Microsoft Math?
On 26 November 2014 the Nokia MoMaths name changed to Microsoft Math due to the acquisition of Nokia Devices & Services business by Microsoft. The new name for the service was selected to be Microsoft Math....Read more
Johannesburg, 4 May 2015 – Four educators from South Africa joined 300 Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Experts and Student Ambassadors from around the world at Microsoft’s E2 Global Educator Exchange event. The event took place from April 29 to May 1 in Redmond, Washington (USA) at Microsoft’s headquarter. The educators were selected from amongst the most innovative in the world to attend the event, collaborate, create and share experiences with their peers on how to integrate...Read more
We are pleased to announce the first EdTechTeam iOS in Education Summit (8 October 2015) and the EdTechTeam Google in Education Tour Cape Town Summit (9, 10 October) to be held at Parklands College in Cape Town.
These high intensity one and two day events focus on deploying, integrating, and using Google Apps for Education, iOS and other digital learning tools to promote student learning in K-12 and higher education. The program features Google Certified Teachers, Google Apps for Education Certi...Read more
A happy culmination to the Learning Gains through Playworkshop recently took place with Western Cape teachers from Somerset West Methodist, Temperance Town, Nomsa Mapongwana, Christmas Tinto and Solomon Qatyana primary schools.
The workshop was facilitated by SchoolNet’s project manager, Hlengiwe Mfeka as well as Senzo Ngcobo, Tracey Butchart, and Themba Mabaso, and supported by the Metro East Department of Education officials Rodney Nissen, Sipho Didiza and Jaco Joseph.