Announcing the launch of our new website
Macmillan Education South Africa is delighted to announce the launch of our new website
Our 2020 theme - "Teachers & Learners at the heart"
At Macmillan Education teachers and learners are at the heart of everything we do. Everything we publish as well as the workshops we offer are tailored to providing teachers with the best possible learning resources
Why Macmillan Teacher Campus team is passionate about what they do
The following video tells the story of one of the top achievers, Fikelephi Makhathini and her family. It showcases why the Macmillan Teacher Campus team are so passionate about what they do.
MTC partnered with Adopt-a-School Foundation in Burgersdorp and Matatiele
There are about 326 Grade R learners who are the beneficiaries of this programme. Practitioners will be awarded certificates from all the workshops attended.
Let your learners become part of the over 8 million users per month that use the Macmillan on-line Dictionary
The Macmillan online Dictionary has now included the popular Thesaurus feature. The two resources – thesaurus & dictionary – go hand-in-hand
Bettermarks - Makes maths easy
Having a lot of problems is, well, a problem. When it comes to maths however, teachers will tell you that you can never have too many problems
Tips and strategies for experienced Foundation Phase teachers
It is a fact that experienced and excellent teachers still struggle with certain aspects of their teaching. Examples like time management because of work overload...
Tips and strategies for beginner Foundation Phase teachers
Teaching is a rewarding and fulfilling profession and this is especially so for teaching in the Foundation Phase
A fresh approach to learning and teaching Afrikaans as a First Additional Language
Teaching and learning Afrikaans as a First Additional Language (FAL) can be quite a challenge. Learners are generally not motivated to engage ...
How I stimulate enthusiasm for science and technology in my classroom
Science is all around us. Always connect science to everyday life. Play with the learners; let them experience all the ‘Booms’, ‘Bangs’, ‘Oohs’...
Curiosity didn't kill the cat - instead, it helps to create young scientists
If you know anything about young learners, you know that they’re curious. They have endless questions: What is it like on the moon?