Goal 18 of the NDP (National Development Plan) states that all learners must be taught 100% of the curriculum. This is the collective responsibility of the teacher, parent and learner.
Problem-solving is an essential skill that much of youth struggle with. One of the first forms of academic problem-solving takes place in the subject of ‘mathematics’.
Raising A Reader - Why Reading to Your Child is so Important
There are so many reasons that reading is important that it’s hard to list just a few! Here are our Top Ten:
Raising A Reader - Inspiring Young Readers
How can we help young children become readers? These tips can help:
Raising A Reader - Reading with your child
Children love reading with adults! Try these tips to keep this love going:
PAY ATTENTION TO INCLUSIVITY AND DIFFERENTIATION – AUTISM
Do you perhaps have a Sheldon Cooper in your class? Autism is a pervasive developmental disability, often referred to as Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING
The ability to work with one another by taking individual responsibility but still having a dependence on each other.
RAISING A READER
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go. ~ Dr Seuss
Empowering Communities: Early Childhood Development Success with Macmillan Teacher Campus, RBI and Impala Platinum
Impala Platinum and the Royal Bafokeng Institute (RBI) joined forces with Macmillan Teacher Campus (MTC) to provide Level 4 Early Childhood Development (ECD) qualification training to 20 practitioners.
BECOME A CRITICAL THINKER!
Critical thinking is the process of systematically and consciously gathering and analysing information to form a decision, opinion or judgement.
It does not matter in what line of work we find ourselves in; all of us are expected to continue learning about our field and doing our jobs to the best of our abilities.