Practice creativity with confidence

This year the annual Open Design Cape Town Festival will host a Steam Symposium. The Festival will bring together an extended community of innovative thinkers,...

Aiding deaf learners through online maths assessments

“OMAs can help deaf and hard-of-hearing learners to understand difficult mathematical concepts and provide them with equal opportunities to do well in formal mathematics...

University tests should be part and parcel of teaching – not...

Standardised tests exist in education systems all over the world. South Africa is no exception – and its test results often make for depressing...

Why Kenya’s electorate should be wary of bold education reform promises

Kenyan voters are being fed a daily diet of grand promises in the lead up to the country’s national elections. If either of the...

Promoting academic excellence

Promoting academic excellence by  BOITUMELO GOBOTSAMANGThe All Brilliant Minds Organisation (ALBRIMO), a recently registered Non-Governmental Organisation established to promote academic excellence in Botswana and internationally,...

Career guidance essential

Career guidance essential byBIERGE KHUMALOImpromptu interviews with youngsters who attended this years’ Tertiary Education Fair and Career Guidance, hosted by the Human Resources Development...

Parental involvement key to academic excellence

Parental involvement key to academic excellence by KELETSO THOBEGAEvery parent expects nothing less than academic excellence from their school-going child. A child who excels in...

For the love of Teaching.

 For the Love of Teaching by BOITUMELO GOBOTSAMANGBaitse Mosa Kebobone did not get into teaching by mistake. From as far as she can remember, she...

Botswana invests in early childhood education

Botswana invests in early childhood education by KELETSO THOBEGAMost children in Botswana entered standard one without ever having gone through a foundation phase to prepare them...
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