eSwatini holds it first 21st Century Educators’ Conference

On Friday 17 August the Kingdom of eSwatini (formerly known as Swaziland) held its first conference on 21st Century learning at the SEDCO Conference Centre, in Manzini.  Programme Coordinator, Edward Mawema described the conference as an opportunity for “eSwatini teachers to upgrade their teaching methods to meet the digital era’s revolutionary technology-based teaching”.  He expressed a hope that the conference would  “equip teachers with smart skills on utilizing technology fo...

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Orientation Workshop for Commonwealth Certificate for Teacher ICT Integration (CCTI) – Uganda

Submitted by Janet Thomson In preparation for online participation in the CCTI, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) engaged SchoolNet South Africa (SNSA) to conduct an orientation workshop for approximately 100 participants in Kampala, Uganda, on October 24, 2014. SchoolNet engaged Gerald Roos and Senzo Ngcobo to travel to Kampala and facilitate the workshop. The Ministry of Education and Sport of Uganda (MoES) appointed Harriet Kagezi to coordinate the programme in Uganda. She was assisted by Gilbert Eng...

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The first group of Commonwealth certificate students in the Caribbeangraduate–SchoolNet attends graduation virtually

SchoolNet has been providing the training to various countries in the Caribbean as part of the The Commonwealth Certificate for Teacher ICT Integration (CCTI), an online course that SchoolNet developed for the Commonwealth of Learning. The course comprises four core modules and six electives and it takes place over a two year period. At SchoolNet we were absolutely delighted when we received an invitation to attend a graduation virtually! The first Caribbean country to complete the full qualifica...

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