Learning through play
- Published: 14 March 2017 14 March 2017
Learning through playing: launch of online training for Early Childhood Development and the Foundation Phase,
DBE Media Statement
Extract from the DBE Media Statement
Implemented by the Department of Basic Education in partnership with UNICEF, the LEGO Foundation and Cotlands Learning Around You is an innovative online training, accredited with the South African Council of Educators (SACE), that will equip 150,000 professionals to effectively implement play-based learning based on the National Curriculum Framework. The initial testing phase has been completed and it goes live today at www.playsa.org.
The Council for Education Ministers (CEM) launched this free p.l.a.y. on-line in-service training programme, with the aim to provide in-service training to 42,000 early childhood development practitioners, 23,000 Grade R educators and 85,000 Grade 1 to 3 educators over the next two years.
Read the full DBE Statement: Click here
Click on the link www.playsa.org Click on “About” and “Terms” before registering
NAPTOSA @ work - Observer Training
- Published: 10 March 2017 10 March 2017
Observer Training - 7, 8 & 9 March 2017
NAPTOSA (Gauteng) presented three one-day workshop on "The role of the observer during the shorlisting and interview process"
Observers play a critical role during shorlisting and interviews. Their brief is to ensure that the correct procedures are followed and there is no interfernce during the process.
NAPTOSA's position on the role of the observer is very clear:
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NAPTOSA Secondary School Subject Conference - Saturday 4 March 2017
- Published: 17 February 2017 17 February 2017
NAPTOSA Secondary School Subject Conference
on Saturday, 4 March 2017
Join NAPTOSA on 4 March 2017 for the first of our 5 professional conferences offered during 2017. The programme promises to be interesting and informative. In addition to being empowered and having fun, secondary school teachers can also earn 5 professional development (CPTD) points by attending the conference.
The conference programme is made up of a plenary session and two 75 minute sessions covering 12 subjects and two general electives. For more information on the programme and booking form click here.