Ms Kim Ranwell of Herbert Hurd Primary School in Port Elizabeth, recently placed third in the 19th National Teaching Awards ‘Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning’ category.
Along with teachers who placed first and second, Ranwell won a SchoolNet SA SACE accredited professional development course of her choice for herself and her colleagues as well as a sponsorship to attend the SchoolNet SA Digital Learning Conference, taking place in North West province in June 2019.
Mr Tshegofatso Matjila of Botsalano Primary School situated in Kagisano Molopo, North West recently placed second in the “Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Education” category of the 19th National Teaching Awards. The teachers placed first, second and third in this category each receive a SchoolNet South African Council for Educator’s (SACE) accredited professional development course of their choice for themselves and colleagues at their respective schools. Matjila, as well as the two...Read more
Congratulations to the winners of the Department of Basic Education 19th annual National Teaching Awards. SchoolNet SA is proud to sponsor attendance at our Digital Learning Conference as well as a SACE endorsed professional development workshop for the winners of the “Excellence in Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning” category.
The winners of this category were: Linford Molaodi (Limpopo) in first place, Tshegofatso Matjila (NorthWest) in second place and Kim Ranwell (Eastern Cape) in th...Read more
On Saturday 17 February 2018 the Department of Basic Education honored teachers who are doing exemplary work at the 18th National Teaching Awards.
At a prestigious event held at the Sandton Convention Centre, teachers were commended for extraordinary efforts across a range of categories including Excellence in Teaching Mathematics, Science, Grade R and Special Needs. Educators who have dedicated their professional lives to providing exceptional education were honoured with The Nelson Mandela Lifetime Ach...Read more