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The beliefs of highly effective teachers

What would it mean for a teacher to believe this about her learners? Well, first off, it means that she believes that her learners did not wake up that morning and consciously decided not to be successful or to be naughty or any other negative thing

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Multitasking or fooling yourself? Part 2

Let’s see what happens when we switch tasks while using technology.

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Multitasking or fooling yourself? Part 1

Each time our brain switches from one thing to the other there are two costs that lead to a drop in our performance of the tasks.

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Your choice: Fight and flight or rest and digest?

Our brains and bodies were designed to effectively deal with any dangers that could surprise us.

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Preparing learners for jobs that don’t exist

Technology is likely to create 4.5 million new jobs in South Africa by 2030.

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Is rewiring the brain a bad thing?

Our brain is not just a single lump but rather a huge number – possibly 100 billion or so neurons.

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South Africa must up its game and produce more teachers

South Africa doesn’t graduate the adequate number of teachers to meet the supply and demand.

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Born before technology? Or a technophobe?

‘Yes, that’s me! A technophobe born before technology – there is no way I can use digital technology in my classroom!’

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The 4IR – Run? Hide? Teach?

Via Afrika Group's Knowledge Manager Micheal Goodman-Mareme talks about the hottest topic in education: the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR as it is called) and what it means for you as a teacher.

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PODCAST | Chatback with Parent24: Should sex ed be left to parents?

We asked Kate Rowe, founder of explorare.co.za and advocate for sex education for adults and students alike, to share why she thinks that parents being responsible for their kids' sex education could be problematic.

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Teacher development is critical to rescuing SA’s education system

"You cannot win the war if you don’t train your army." Mounting research is showing that teachers are the key agents for the change needed to deliver quality education to South Africa’s children.
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