Programmes run by Non-Profit Organisations.

ICT Leadership Development - by:   Edunova

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

ICT leadership development is for principals.   more >

School Leadership focus group Western Cape - by:   BRIDGE Innovation in Learning Org

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-08-01 - 2015-12-31

A community of organisations that support the development of school leaders in the Western Cape   more >

Teacher Development focus group Western Cape - by:   BRIDGE Innovation in Learning Org

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-08-01 - 2015-12-31

A group of individuals and organisations committed to supporting the success of new and experienced teachers in the education system.   more >

Computer literacy - by:   Edunova

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

Objectives and outcomes: Increased level of computer literacy Able to use computers for basic tasks Able to learn new computer skills Able to make use of ICT to streamline administrative tasks   more >

Programme1 - by:   Test1

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-10-29 - 2014-10-29

Test1   more >

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Communities of practice - by:   Edunova

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

Mastery in subject content Improved confidence when using ICT Integrated use of technology in lesson delivery Personal commitment to professional development   more >

Partners for Possibility (PfP) - by:   Symphonia for South Africa

Accredited: University of the Western Cape
Running from: 2010-01-12 - 2020-12-31

PfP is a leadership development programme that partners school principals and business leaders to create a better future for all our children in South Africa. In a year-long journey, the two leaders are equipped with the skills and knowledge to lead change in complex environments, as well as build a strong reciprocal co-learning and co-action partnership. This foundation then enables them to make a sustainable impact on the school community and the quality of education at the school by focusing on four levels in the school environment: • The school principal, who becomes confident and energized; • The School Management Team (more aligned and cohesive); • The teachers (more energized and ready for change); • The parents and community (more engaged and supportive of the school). School principals and their business partners also join a community of practice with similar partnerships, facilitated by an experienced coach, which works as solutions incubator. After the year they join the PfP alumni community, where they are able to maintain and extend the social capital that they have built.   more >

Other Programmes:Partners for Poss...  PfP alumni  

Learner support programme - by:   Edunova

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

Improved spelling through word recognition Improve vocabulary, communication and reading of content in across all subject areas and question papers with a solid understanding English terminology Develop a fondness for reading in general Development of technology skills through teaching and learning   more >

Principals Programme - UCT GSB - by:   The Principals Academy

Accredited: Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (PGDMP) at UCT GSB
Running from: 2014-12-13 - 2015-12-12

The curriculum consists of four core modules, each consisting of a residential period of six to seven days. The programme is delivered over approximately 12 months, with contact sessions taking place during school holidays, at the GSB. MODULE 1: PERSONAL MASTERY & MANAGING COMPLEXITY MODULE 2: BUILDING BUSINESS ACUMEN MODULE 3: MANAGING PEOPLE, TEAMS AND CHANGE MODULE 4: ACTION LEARNING PROJECT   more >

Maths Curriculum Online - by:   Green Shoots

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2012-01-01 - 2016-12-31

Key features of MCO: - Cloud based - Provides learner performance analysis per learner/ per class/ per topic - Provides a structured, weekly programme that covers the key concepts and assessment objectives of the Maths CAPS for grades 3-9 - Mirrors the language, examples and objectives found in the Education Department workbooks and external examinations - Is available in English and Afrikaans - Uses a per learner log in to provide per learner, per question results - All questions are auto-marked and available for learners and educators to review online - Educators can download learner results Green Shoots curriculum staff can provide District feedback, SMT & teacher training, continuing professional development & pedagogical support in order to facilitate the implementation of Maths Curriculum Online.   more >

Maths@Home - by:   Green Shoots

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2016-12-31

Maths@Home is perfect for any group/school/organisation who want to support their learners with Maths without needing to have a Maths teacher on-site. Maths@Home allows a structured and accountable homework system that learners enjoy using. We have support materials for facilitators to help them run sessions and support & encourage learners. Maths@Home is available for grades 3, 4, 5 & 6. Learners can work at their own pace and target specific topics to practise. Brain Quests are 15 minutes long and are instantly marked. Learners can attempt more difficult questions as they master each topic. The final Brian Challenge allows learners to practice examination styles (ANA) questions. The Maths content of Maths@Home is structured according to the CAPS. Parents and learners can track achievement topic by topic throughout the term. Maths@Home is the perfect preparation tool for school and external assessments, including the Annual National Assessment for Mathematics.   more >

Technical Teaching Assistants - by:   Green Shoots

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2011-01-01 - 2016-12-31

Technical Teaching Assistants (TTAs) are placed in schools to support the teachers in such a way that the teachers develop confidence in the use of ITs. Post Matric individuals living in the communities where the schools are located are trained & mentored as part of this 2 year work-readiness programme. These TTAs become part of the immediate school community with a clearly defined career path. When surveyed 90% of young people on our TTA programme indicated that they would be pursuing further studies within 1-2 years, with several of our skills development trainees have subsequently pursued careers in teaching.   more >

Growing Communities of Readers - by:   FunDza Literacy Trust

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2012-01-02 - 2016-12-30

FunDza works to get teens reading and writing for pleasure. We've created a 'library on a cellphone' filled with the specially created stories that hook young South African readers in, and keep them coming back for more. We reach teens where they spend their time, on their cellphones. Our Growing Communities of Readers programme provides quality South African literature to thousands of readers by leveraging the reach of basic cellphone technology on a platform that facilitates engagement and promotes discussion and interaction with the reader. To engage fully with the youth market, FunDza delivers reading material through its mobi network, accessible via a responsive web site, Mxit app and Android app. FunDza showcases and commissions content from a range of well-known authors. Further development is making this space even more interactive and community-oriented. Within this programme FunDza reaches on average 50,000 unique readers every month. The average session length is around 13 minutes, which indicates a high level of engagement with the platform and with the content. An evaluation of this programme – by UCT’s Monitoring and Evaluation Unit – found that readers who engaged most frequently with the programme, were more likely to report that they read in greater quantities (amount and time spent), that they were more keen to read and that their language skills were improving. Join our #ReadingRevolution at http://fundza.mobi and on Mxit.   more >

Other Programmes:Growing Communiti...  

The IT Entrepreneur (ITE) programme - by:   Edunova

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

The ITE Programme is designed to support the use of ICT in schools by recruiting, placing, training, developing and mentoring young adults to carry out this work This programme is for both primary and high schools The assumption is that a number of schools participate as cluster This programme provides the young adult with a training programme to dramatically improve their chance of being employed The ongoing lack of ICT skills in the school environment enables this programme to be viable, well received and effective The programme is much more than an ICT course and supports the young adult in developing a well-rounded set of skills enabling him/her to be prepared for a range of work opportunities   more >

ICTs in Education focus group - by:   BRIDGE Innovation in Learning Org

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-11-12 - 2015-12-31

This group of collborators includes organisationa that supporting teaching and learning through education. Education is key to making South Africa a winning nation. BRIDGE is a non-profit organisation that drives collaboration and co-operation among educational stakeholders. By facilitating face-to-face and online engagement, BRIDGE shares knowledge, working practice and resources within the education community in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the country.   more >

Early Childhood Development focus group - by:   BRIDGE Innovation in Learning Org

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-11-13 - 2015-12-31

This BRIDGE focus group comprises individuals and organisations concerned about ensuring an individual has the best chance of getting a good education from as early as possible. Education is key to making South Africa a winning nation. BRIDGE is a non-profit organisation that drives collaboration and co-operation among educational stakeholders. By facilitating face-to-face and online engagement, BRIDGE shares knowledge, working practice and resources within the education community in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the country.   more >

Learner Support Focus Group - by:   BRIDGE Innovation in Learning Org

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

The stakeholders who participate in this focus group are part of a national community of practice on Learner Support and the Advancement of Maths and Science professions. Join the focus Education is key to making South Africa a winning nation. BRIDGE is a non-profit organisation that drives collaboration and co-operation among educational stakeholders. By facilitating face-to-face and online engagement, BRIDGE shares knowledge, working practice and resources within the education community in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the country.   more >

maths support at grade 7 - by:   Enterprising Tutor

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-11-13 - 2015-04-30

Mathematical support at Grade 7   more >

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BrainBoosters Play and Learn Programme - by:   BrainBoosters NPC

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-11-13 - 2015-12-18

The Play and Learn Programme is a cognitive stimulation programme that develops critical perceptual skills and understanding of core concepts with young children (birth to four years). The 6 themed programme can be incorporated into existing activities, or implemented as the daily programme in community or home-based care settings. Parent involvement are encouraged through the Parent Pack resources (also per theme). Training is provided to ensure understanding of our philosophy of teaching young children and to gain practical experiences in the implementation of the programme activities.   more >

BrainBoosters Catch-Up Maths Programme - by:   BrainBoosters NPC

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

Thousands of children enter formal schooling unprepared - their access to quality ECD in their formative years were limited. The programme was designed as a bridging programme to assist learner know basic concepts in order to understand and work within the formal curriculum. The programme earmarks Grade R and Grade 1 learners and are implemented over a 12 week (60days) period. The programme follows our core philosophies, but the learners are more participative in their learning experience. An interactive feedback mechanism allows teachers to observe which learners do not follow the activities and correct accordingly. This programme should preferably be followed with the BrainBoosters Catch-Up Reading Programme.   more >

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