SYMPOSIUM FOR BEGINNER TEACHERS
Are you feeling a little overwhelmed after five weeks of teaching? Do you have some doubts whether you will ever master the curriculum, discipline, administration, care-giving, extra-curricular activities and dealing with parents – all while you are trying to teach?
NAPTOSA Gauteng invites all 1st and 2nd year teachers to a Symposium for Beginner Teachers where they will be empowered and energised to make things happen!Download the booking form:
DATE: Saturday, 16 February 2019
VENUE: Lecture Theatre MU 271 (Marang Block) (WITS Education Campus, Parktown)
TIME: 08:00 until 12:30 (registration at 08:00, programme commences at 08:20)
PDF version: pdf Beginner Teachers registration form 2019 (39 KB)
08:30“Bringing New Voices into the English Curriculum with a Focus on the Teaching of Literature, Language and Comprehension” – Felicia Tobias and Belinda Williams
Decolonisation- what does it mean for classroom practice? This presentation offers a succinct description and practical examples of how it has become a reality in a language classroom.
9:30 Classroom Management – Eden Daniels
11:00 NAPTOSA presentation - Gaylin Bowles
Understanding your basic conditions of service, salary structure – benefits and deductions
11: 30“The Fourth Industrial Revolution” – Trevor Naidoo.
Are we educating and preparing our children to be the innovators of today and tomorrow in a rapidly changing world driven by digitalization or are we preparing our children to be the labourers of today and tomorrow, stuck within a life generally associated with the 2nd industrial revolution, not the 4th?
Beginner teacher Symposium 2019 - Click on the link to watch the promotional video