SchoolNet nominated for UNESCO ICT in Education Prize

SchoolNet SA is proud to announce that the ‘Learning Gains Through Play’ project, funded by the DG Murray Trust, has been nominated by the South African National Commission to be considered for the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize. These prizes are awarded to teachers, schools and organisations that are using digital tools in innovative ways to ensure education for vulnerable groups of people. Read more about the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize, and our nominated project in this blogpost. ...

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SchoolNet nominated for UNESCO ICT in Education Prize

SchoolNet SA is proud to announce that the ‘Learning Gains Through Play’ project, funded by the DG Murray Trust, has been nominated by the South African National Commission to be considered for the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize. What is the UNESCO ICT in Education prize?   The UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa ICT in Education Prize was established in 2005 and is funded by the Kingdom of Bahrain. The prize aligns with the Education 2030 agenda and Sustainable Development Go...

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UNESCO Prize for ICT in Education – open for applications

Does your school or organisation use digital tools in innovative ways to ensure education for vulnerable groups of people? If so, consider applying for this year’s UNESCO ICT in Education Prize. Funded by the Kingdom of Bahrain and established in 2005, the Prize rewards individuals and organizations that are carrying out outstanding projects to improve teaching and learning in the digital age. It calls attention to excellent models, best practices and creative uses of ICTs to enhance overall educ...

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