SchoolNet is currently conducting C-Delta training at various schools across South Africa. We asked Busisiwe Mazibuko, the Business Studies and Economics teacher at Phendukani High school, to reflect on her C-Delta training.
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December, a festive season, and usually a time for holiday planning was spent in a flurry of activity for SchoolNet. In partnership with SYSPRO and the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS), SchoolNet facilitated workshops to over two hundred and fifty (250) youth and community members in three provinces.
Workshops were hosted in Gauteng (Yeoville, Dobsonville, and Alexandra), Limpopo (Lephalale) and KwaZulu Natal (Eshowe and Madadeni). The Digital skills and Literacy programme as ...Read more
SchoolNet is offering two free online courses this month for South African teachers. Both courses are ‘work-at-your-pace in a support base’ courses and include a weekly optional webinar. The first offer is a four-week Schoolnet blogging course co-ordinated by Fiona Beal.
The second course is a twitter course. This is co-ordinated by Maggie Verster, our social networking guru in South Africa. SchoolNet is partnering with Maggie and is providing the webinar platform for weekly webinars over fo...Read more
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On Friday 21st October and Saturday 22nd October I was very privileged to be able to attend the last two sessions of Sarietjie Musgrave’s Peer Coaching workshop at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. This was a large group of at least fifty teachers. Sarietjie was aided by Mrs Bouwie van der Walt. I was also able to visit Eunice High School in Bloemfontein for the day on Thursday 20th October to observe the benefits of the peer coaching progr...Read more
This is a guest post submitted by Claire Dean from Stirling Primary. Claire has been a Microsoft Innovative Teacher finalist twice. She has been a world-wide winner of the Thinkquest projects competition along with Brenda Hallowes from Port Elizabeth in 2009. Claire is also a trainer with SchoolNet SA.
The Ghanaian Ministry of Education requested training on “Getting started with ThinkQuest Projects”. Claire Dean (from East London) and Shirley-Ann Oldnall Jansen (from Irene) facilitated these worksho...Read more