We would like to invite you to register for our upcoming 2015 ICT in the Classroom conference taking place in Durban in July 2015 (see the details below). The most important news is that you can now access all the details, register and submit a presentation application via our Conference
Date: 1-3 July 2015
Venue: St Mary's School in Kloof, Kwazulu-Natal
Fees: Book on or before the 30th Apri...Read more
In November 2014, sixteen teachers from South Africa and Lesotho were selected as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEs) based on the innovative and impactful ways that they are using ICTs to enhance teaching and learning. From this group, eight Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts have now been selected to attend the Microsoft in Education Global Forums taking place in Dubai in February and Redmond, USA in April 2015. In addition to developing and sharing great learning activities on the M...Read more
We are pleased to announce the 3rd EdTechTeam South African Google Apps for Education Summit Tour. Please see the details below. We would love to see you all there. Please let any interested colleagues know about this as well.
We invite you to join us for the EdTechTeam South Africa Summit featuring Google and iOS for Education to be held at the Selborne Primary, in East London, and Parklands College in Cape Town, South Africa in October 2015. See the event details ...Read more
SchoolNet is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our 2015 'ICT in the Classroom' conference in July 2015. Here are some of the important details.
The date of the conference is set for 1-3 July 2015. The venue will be St Mary's School in Kloof, Kwazulu-Natal. With regard to fees, if you book on or before the 30th April the cost is R750. If you book after the 30th April the cost is R850. W...Read more
Teachers and Senior management teams from the five project schools in KZN attended a two day Learning Gains through Play workshop during the January 2015 school holidays. Thembelihle Primary kindly hosted the workshop which was attended by twenty five participants and a team of facilitators comprising Hlengiwe Mfeka, Tracey Butchart, Senzo Ngcobo and Janet Thomson.
The purpose of the two new modules was to share the findings from the evaluation research with teachers and show how the research objecti...Read more