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With BIC’s “Colour Your Classroom” Campaign, Teachers Can Win Stationery For a Year

As a leading stationery brand in South Africa, BIC® is determined to serve a very important community: teachers, and it…

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Parent perspectives on the pandemic

In 2020, as schools closed across the globe, parents worldwide grappled with a number of challenges. Earlier this year, we…

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Practical ways to support parents during home learning

Pamela Diesel While schools have been closed during lockdown, many parents and guardians have found the experience of trying to…

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Embracing Failure in Schools and Society

by Sean Mbusi  With the proliferation of technological development, buzz words like artificial intelligence, 4IR, blockchain, big data and numerous…

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When scholastic intervention isn’t enough, who should be approached?

As teachers, we often notice when something’s amiss, but we do not always know how to help.  In the Foundation…

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How to support learners who speak other languages?

In our modern world, families often move to different countries for work, opportunities or even for traumatic reasons.  Whatever the…

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Giving Meaningful Feedback to Promote Learning

Leyla N To learn anything new, you need feedback from those teaching the skill or idea to you. Without that,…

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6 things that you can do to combat the daily dilemmas of a learning disability

“He slips into the classroom a few minutes late; it’s the third time this week and he should be getting…

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Learning language through play

E. Scholtz As a mother of a 21-month-old, it has been fascinating to see that from such a young age,…

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Get thousands of ebooks from the SACE Virtual Library – for free

Have you heard the big news about the SACE Virtual Library? If you’re registered with SACE, you can log in…

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