On Friday 11 May, two learners from the Kuyasa Youth Press team visited Parliament. The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform invited Simamkele Danby, Masimbonge Viti and their teacher Ms. Nolubalali Dinge from Kuyasa Combined School in the Eastern Cape to attend the budget proceedings. In true press team style, they also interviewed Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane. Not only was this Simamkele and Masimbonge’s first visit to Cape Town, but also their first flight on an airplane. Great excitement! The Youth Press Team is part of the iSchoolAfrica Rural Development programme, funded by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform and Core Group. If you would like to know more about the iSchoolAfrica Rural Development programme, please contact [email protected]Read more
The iSchoolAfrica team and Money Savvy Kids have worked together to bring financial literacy to Sedibeng School for learners with special needs. A blended learning approach allows for practical application of financial concepts. The learners use content creation apps on their iPads to create projects with all their new financial learnings. The Deaf learners are able to use the iPads as a communication tool and don't miss out on any fun activities. Thanks to Exxaro Grootegeluk, the learners at Sedibeng can enjoy the world of finance through iPad learning. For more information about iSchoolAfrica, please contact [email protected]Read more
This Autism Month, the iSchoolAfrica Education Trust partnered with MiX Telematics and Phelang School
This Autism Month, the iSchoolAfrica Education Trust partnered with MiX Telematics and Phelang School for learners with special educational needs to assist children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. “Recent studies from Autism South Africa indicate that, due to a lack of understanding and stigmatisation, only 0.8% of children with ASD are enrolled in any type of school and only 0.4% of our country’s children with ASD receive an education that really benefits them.” According to Mr. Ledwaba, principal at Phelang school for learners with special educational needs in Kwa Thema, the school fights against these stats on a daily basis. It was our privilege to handover an iPad lab and introduce the iSchoolAfrica inclusion programme sponsored by MiX Telematics at Phelang today. “MiX Telematics is honoured to be a part of such an incredible initiative, as we believe that technology can make a real difference. It is a gift that we hope will help each child, andRead more
‘We are changing lives’, were the words of Mr. Johan Wepener from Exarro Grootegeluk, as the next phase of iSchoolAfrica Inclusion Programme was launched in Sedibeng. The Special Needs iPad programme was implemented at the Sedibeng Special Needs school to help teachers support learners with various learning challenges and diverse needs.
The programme includes Numeracy, Literacy, adaptive curriculum for special needs learners and South African Sign Language curriculum. iSchoolAfrica would like to thank Exxaro Grootegeluk for investing in our Sedibeng learners. If you would like to know more about our iSchoolAfrica Inclusion programme, please contact [email protected] or visit www.ischoolafrica.com.
Thanks to the iSchoolAfrica Jacaranda FM iPad campaign, a very excited Ntsha-Peu Primary School in Soshanguve received their iPad lab as part of the full iSchoolAfrica learning program. Electronic Toll Solutions donated the iPads and ITSI sponsored facilitation and accessories. The iPad lab will be used to implement the iSchoolAfrica Numeracy programme in foundation phase. Thanks to our sponsors and all the Jacaranda FM listeners for investing in our learners and helping to change the way we teach and learn in the classroom. If you would like more information about iSchoolAfrica or the Jacaranda FM iPad campaign, please see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzQmm-cmi4w or contact [email protected].Read more