This is the thirteenth post in the series “MIEExpert Spotlight for South Africa”. The tab with all the posts can be found at: http://bit.ly/1ZYy8Z7. Today we focus again on Mabore Lekalaka from Limpopo who is one of our Microsoft’s #MIEExperts for 2016.
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Mabore Lekalakala, a Mathematics and Computer Literacy teacher at Toronto Primary School in Limpopo Province, South Africa is passionate about using technology in the classroom on a daily basis. She says, “My passion...Read more
This is the seventh post in the series “MIEExpert Spotlight for South Africa”. The tab with all the posts can be found at: http://bit.ly/1ZYy8Z7. Today we focus on Mabore Lekalaka from Limpopo who is one of our Microsofts #MIEExperts for 2016. She has written a guest post showing her use of Office Mix in the classroom. Mabore is a keen user of Office Mix and she shares how she uses it for teaching Mathematics. Mabore was one of four teachers representing South Africa in 2015 ...Read more
Mabore Lekalakala an educator at Toronto Primary School in Polokwane, is one of the Microsoft MIEExperts from South Africa, 2015 who attended the E2 Global Teacher Exchange in Seattle along with three other South African MIEExperts. At the SchoolNet Conference she gave a presentation highlighting her use of the Microsoft Educator Network. She also spoke about the creative use of digital tools to teach mathematics. Mabore has shared both of these with us.
Below is Mabore’s presentation where...Read more
This is a guest post from Mabore Lekalakale of South Africa’s Microsoft MiE Experts for 2015. Please follow Mabore on Twitter. Yesterday we posted a post from Mabore entitled ‘‘Khan Academy Maths – Learners Reality’ by Microsoft #MIEExpert from South Africa, Mabore Lelakala. Today we provide a follow up.
In yesterday’s blog post Mabore Lekalakala posted about Khan Academy and how it can provide beneficial help to Maths students.
This is a guest post from Mabore Lekalakale of South Africa’s Microsoft MiE Experts for 2015. Please follow Mabore on Twitter.
The reality is that Mathematics is not real to learners, it is strange until one makes sense of it. I am saying this because only few concepts can easily be made real to learners. It is possible though to make Mathematics learners’ real life. With Khan Academy, Mathematics can become learners’ reality. Let us look into this scenario. Imagine a new, very complex but ...Read more