2016 ISPA SuperTeacher Finalists Announced

The ISPA SuperTeacher Competition is an annual competition sponsored by the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) and managed by CoZa Cares Foundation. The aim of the competition is to give educators an opportunity to showcase their skills in using ICT to improve the educational environment within their school or community. SchoolNet’s Megan Rademeyer had the pleasure of serving as one of the judges for this competition – which meant that she had a sneak-peek at the portfolios of evidence which the ten finalists had submitted. These portfolios demonstrated how teachers and school leaders had used technology to:

  • enhance teaching and learning in the 21st century; 
  • enhance productivity, administration and motivation in their schools
  • and  strengthen relationships between the school and the community which it serves.

Congratulations to the finalists for using technology in such sound and engaging ways and well done to CoZa Cares Foundation for recognising teachers who are making a difference in their schools and communities. 

ISPA teacher finalists announced

Coza Cares  recently announced the finalists in a Facebook post as follows:

Congratulations to the 2016 ISPA SUPERTEACHER FINALISTS who will be attending iWeek 2016 at The Wanderers Club from 21 to 23 September! The Gala Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday 22 September, at which the 2016 ISPA TechTeacher, ChampTeacher and SuperTeacher will be announced.

Well done to you all!
(Listed in alphabetical order)

ERIKA ESTERHUIZEN St Andrews College Grahamstown Eastern Cape
“Extreme Easy”

SADIKE KEKANA Toronto Primary school Mankweng Limpopo
“ICT Capacity Building for Educators”

MOKHUDU MACHABA Ngwanamago Primary Mothiba Limpopo
“Creating Content Using Apps”

MATEMA MALATJI Diopong Primary School Mankweng Limpopo
“Teaching Basic Computer Literacy Skills to NSNP Community Staff Members”

MANDY MASHILO Mogologolo Primary Zebediela Limpopo
“Using ICT to Execute Managerial Skills at my School”

MAKGATO MMAKWENA Toronto Primary School Mankweng Limpopo
“Using Computers and Whiteboards to Instill the Love of Maths inFoundation Phase”

LEPOTA MPYANA Makeketela primary School Makeketela Limpopo
“Spelling, Writing and Reading through ICT”

LINDIWE NGWENYA Zonkizizwe Secondary School Katlehong Gauteng
“Gems in Zonke”

INGRID RAMONYAI Diopong Primary School Mangweng Limpopo
“Using ICT as a Search Technique in Social Science”

DAPHNEY THOKA Modimolle Primary School Kramskop Limpopo
“How to Integrate ICT when Introducing English as First Additional Language in the Foundation Phase”

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