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20 – 22 June 2013 sandton conVention centre Johannesburg

Co-located: Make this a not to miss school field trip

Pre-conference WorKshoPs: 19 June 2013

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www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Welcome to the 7th annual African Education Week This year’s conference theme on positive leadership to improve the standard of education is timely and relevant. We have recognised the growing complexity and challenges of leading and managing educational organisations in the midst of relentless change and innovation. It has been argued that one way to learn is to receive advice from successful leaders based on their experiences and wisdom and this year we are proud to introduce you to over 80 leaders from varying backgrounds within the education sector who will discuss the challenges they have faced and the actions they have taken to make their institutions more effective. For me personally, my favourite part of the event is the interaction and audience participation where you can share your experiences and seek advice from our experts and your fellow peers. Join us at the Learning Expo where you can have your questions answered at the ‘App Lab’, which will be manned by educational technology experts who can give you practical, live demonstrations. Attend the ‘TeachMeet’ sessions which will take discussions out of the conference and onto the Learning Expo floor allowing teachers to share good practice and practical innovations that they have delivered on in the last year. And don’t miss the free ‘Learning Expo Seminars’ and the ‘Speed Networking’ where you can expand your network and win amazing spot prizes. Through compelling content, open debates, hands-on workshops and interactive seminars I hope that you will find this year’s programme intellectually stimulating and a rewarding experience.

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Highlights for 2013 33 Opening keynote session hosted by Graeme Bloch, Education Specialist, South Africa and leading industry visionaries from around the world. 33 Full and half day pre-conference workshops: bring your team members along to these separately bookable workshops geared to improve everyday work life and stimulate professional development. 33 Welcome reception hosted on the exhibition floor with speed networking, TeachMeets and spot prizes. 33 Join open panel discussions to learn from experts and share experiences. Grapple with issues like leading and managing change within schools, engaging learners in STEM education, and the impact of the social media on learning. Mix with over 2,500 education professionals! 33 The Learning Expo will once again be THE venue for networking amongst your peers and education experts. Co-located with the Career Indaba, be sure to make this a school field trip! 33 TeachMeet – teachers sharing ideas with teachers. Join the TeachMeet sessions, 3-minute topic presentations, which take discussions out of the conference and onto the Learning Expo floor. An opportunity for teachers to share good practice and practical innovations.

I look forward to meeting you in June. Claire O’Connell Programme Director

33 Speed networking. This fast moving networking allows you to expand your network and share contact details with delegates, visitors, exhibitors and sponsors and win amazing spot prizes.

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In 2012 conversations about African Education Week extended well beyond the walls of the Convention Centre, especially on Twitter. In 2013, several sessions will use Twitter to facilitate the Q&A sessions, encouraging comments from across Africa, further cementing Education Week as the #1 conference of significance.

Join the conversation! #eduweek

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www.educationweek.co.za | 19 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa


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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 Pre-conference workshops

Limited space early booking advised

These half or full-day workshops are extremely valuable networking activities and encourage interactive knowledge sharing. The workshops provide in-depth insights into a particular hot topic or aim to engage participants in the exploration of practical solutions based on real issues.

full day workshop 09:00 – 17:00

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An ICT resource toolbox for teacher collaboration and sharing Workshop facilitator: Maggie Verster, Senior Consultant, ICT4Champions, South Africa

Unlocking the potential in others: Tools for successful leadership Workshop facilitator: Nomfuzo Ntolosi, Coach and Community Leader for The Coaching Centre, South Africa

As teachers we need all the help we can get. ICT (which incorporates mobile technologies) can either help us cope or add to our frustrations. During this session we will unpack an ICT toolbox looking at various tools, apps and strategies to help us: • Manage our online information. • Share what we are doing seamlessly with one another. • Join existing online teacher communities of practice (or create new ones) • Get with the programme!

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As a leader at work or in your community, you may experience challenges in motivating others and mobilising talent towards effective action. If you would like to liberate potential into action, leading to sustained improvement and goal attainment, then self-development tools and coaching skills are crucial within your leadership toolkit. Learn effective ways to engage with others to: Explore their potential, which opens up options and choices Define goals, based on informed decisions Effectively move towards goals, and ways to overcome challenges along the way. You will experiment with tools in this interactive workshop, to see the benefits first hand!

Early booking is advised as workshops have limited to 30 places

09:00 – 17:00 e-learning: Getting started in a virtual world Workshop facilitator: Pooe Matshidiso, Academic Development Advisor- e-Learning Specialist, Academic Development Centre, North West University Mafikeng Campus, South Africa PHASE 1: Face to face interaction • Overview of the e-Learning in a contextualized environment. • Course site creation and selection of tools • Adding students to a course site • Managing communication within a course site PHASE 2: Online interaction • Encouraging participation in virtual learning environment • Designing assessment activities online • Managing an online class Pre-requisites Pre-requisites Participants are requested to bring their own laptops /netbooks or other devices on which they will be able to work. Space is limited to 30 people. Early booking is advised as workshops have limited to 30 places

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Integrating technology into the classroom (Part 1) Including live demo connecting with learners Karen Walstra, Educational Consultant, KWC, South Africa + Discover how blogging in the classroom can enhance your teaching

Integrating technology into the classroom – part 2 Discover how blogging in the classroom can enhance your teaching Lesley Bergman, Department of Modern Foreign Languages, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

Integrating technology into classrooms making learning meaningful, as children socialise and interact differently to how we did. Encouraging participation in the classroom is easy using technology: response systems, tablets and even cellphones. Using technology to our advantage enhancing our teaching and considering the needs of the children we teach. This is a hands-on workshop, where you will explore technologies and investigate ideas of how to use them in the classroom.

The aim of this workshop is to share with participants various ways in which educators can effectively use a Wordpress blog. During the workshop participants will set up their own blog on Wordpress.com and then put “how to” techniques into practice. Pre-requisites: Participants are advised to bring their own note books/tablets on which to work. Also recommended that participants bring a USB flash drive.

Early booking is advised as workshops have limited to 30 places

Space is limited so secure your seat today! 3 Easy ways to register: email: warda.johnson@spintelligent.com | online: www.educationweek.co.za | Phone icon: +27 21 700 3519 www.educationweek.co.za | 19 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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thursday, 20 June 2013 building future leaders in education 09:00

Welcome Graeme Bloch, host and moderator Graeme Bloch is an education analyst and development activist. He is a visiting adjunct Professor at the University of Witwatersrand Public and Development Management School. He was a DBSA education policy analyst and has written and published widely, in particular on education, in both academic and more popular publications. Keynote Address: Stepping up to responsible leadership Gavin Keller, Principal, Sun Valley Primary School, South Africa

Changing the course of education through active citizenship Louise van Rhyn, Executive Director, Symphonia, South Africa

Towards globalisation & changed leadership Olive Mugenda, Vice Chancellor, Kenyatta University, Kenya*

Leading change in a digital age Johannes CronjĂŠ, Dean, Informatics and Design, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Leading others into leadership Kelly Ritchie, Entrepreneur, Business Builder, Australia Kelly Ritchie is a veteran entrepreneur, business owner and raconteur, who has created and franchised multiple businesses globally. Kelly is refreshingly different in his approach and an inspiration to leaders everywhere. Morning refreshment break and lunch: opening of the African Education Week Learning Expo VIP tour of the exhibition floor: keynote delegation to visit key exhibitors on the exhibition floor

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Session 1.1.1 Panel discussion: Leading and managing change within schools Chairperson: Gavin Keller, Principal, Sun Valley Primary School, South Africa

Session 1.2.1 Panel discussion: International panel discussion: Developing more effective school and higher education institutional partnerships Chairman: Professor Linda Clarke, Head of the School of Education, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Session 1.3.1 A futuristic view of education Chairman: Kobus van Wyk, Head of e-Learning, Mustek

• Ashraf Dawood, Principal, Johannesburg Muslim School , South Africa • Eugene Daniels, Education Connector, Citizens Movement, South Africa • Lindiwe Tshabalala, Chief Education Specialist, Knowledge Management and Research, Gauteng Department of Education, South Africa • Louise van Rhyn, Executive Director, Symphonia, South Africa

• Dr Eugentia Cossa, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Universidad Eduardo Mondale, Mozambique • Dr Justine Otaala, Lecturer in Education, Head of Department of Biological Sciences, Kyambogo University, Uganda • Professor Linda Clarke, Head of the School of Education, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom • Dr Mercy Kazima, Associate Professor and former Dean of the Faculty of Education, Chancellor College, University of Malawi

Panel members: To be advised

Session 1.2.2 Panel discussion: Strategies to equip learners with the skills to build their own future in tomorrow’s world Chairperson: Amanda van der Vyver, Educational Psychologist, University of Stellenbosch: Centre for Prospective Students, South Africa

Session 1.3.2 Panel discussion: The challenge of change: Is social media disruptive in education? Chairman: To be advised

• Elaine van Rensburg, Managing Director, Compass Academy of Learning, South Africa • Gert Hanekom, Manager, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of the Free State, South Africa • Mziwakhe Ramos Sibuqashe, Centre for Curriculum Development, Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa • Dr. Sheik Abbass, Lecturer, Business Education Department, Mauritius Institute of Education, Mauritius

• Adele Botha, Senior Research Scientist, CSIR Meraka Institute, South Africa • Maggie Verster, Senior Consultant, ICT4Champions, South Africa • Jaye Richards-Hill, Digital Evangelist, Educator and Innovator, ICT in Education Excellence Group Member at The Scottish Government, United Kingdom • Paul Colditz, CEO, Federation of Governing Bodies of SA Schools (Fedsas), South Africa

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• Join Phil Minisi, Director for Curriculum Innovation, Department of Basic Education, South Africa This panel discussion as the experts discuss how technology will impact the future of teaching and learning in a digital age and what schools of the future might look like.

Refreshment break on the exhibition floor Session 1.1.2 Excellence, inspiration and collaboration: Sharing strategies that work Chairman: Graeme Bloch, Education Specialist, South Africa Session sponsor: Argo

15:00 – 16:30

Hear from International speakers

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Bridge – connecting innovators in education John Gilmour, Founder & Executive Director, LEAP Science & Maths Schools, South Africa Ikamva Youth – supporting learners outside school Joy Oliver, Executive Director, Ikamva Youth, South Africa Thandulwazi – teacher development model Karen Walstra, Educational Consultant, KWC, South Africa The Centre for Education Innovations Nicholas Burnett, Managing Director, Results for Development, Head of the Center for Education Innovation Nicholas Burnett, Managing Director, Results for Development, Head of the Center for Education Innovation, Washington DC, USA

16:30 – 18:30

Networking reception on the exhibition floor – not to be missed: Teachmeet & speed networking

Networking reception Join all the delegates and speakers on the exhibition floor. Complimentary beverages will be served as you mingle - a perfect setting for greeting fellow conference attendees and discussing the upcoming programme schedule. www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Session 2.1.1 Panel discussion: Engaging learners in STEM education Chairperson: Ariellah Rosenberg, Head of Educator Empowerment, ORT SA, South Africa

Session 2.2.1 Panel discussion: The turnaround strategy for FET colleges: Creating institutions of choice Chairperson: Sam Zungu, CEO, Umfolozi FET College, South Africa

Session 2.3.1 Panel discussion: E-learning in action: Chairman: Dr Johan Jacobs, Deputy Director: Facility of Learning & ICT Support, UNISA Campus Cape Town, South Africa

• Dr Lydia Able, Director ORT SA Cape, South Africa • Dave Rowley, Education Programme Director, Bloodhound SSC, South Africa • Olatunde Osiyemi, University of Fort Hare, South Africa • Ron Beyers, MD, Young Engineers and Scientists of Africa • Seliki Tlhabane, CEO, Sangari Institute

• Sam Zungu, CEO, Umfolozi College, South Africa • Dan Nkosi, Principal/CEO, South West Gauteng College, South Africa • Wilson Nzimande, Educational Consultant, Imithente, South Africa

Overcoming the barriers to e-learning and distance education: An African perspective • Kobus van Wyk, Head of e-Learning, Mustek • Johannes Cronjé, Dean, Informatics and Design, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa • Brett Simpson, Managing Director, Breadbin, South Africa • Elizabeth Thobejane, CEO, Gauteng City Region Academy, Gauteng Education, South Africa

Tour of the Learning Expo We invite you to join this short tour of the exhibition floor to highlight some of the new educational solutions on offer.

Refreshment break in the exhibition hall Session 2.1.2 Frameworks and structures to support education in Africa Chairperson: To be advised

Session 2.2.2 Continuous professional development in higher education institutions Chairperson: Chairperson: Genevieve Hundermark, Monash South Africa Foundation Programme, South Africa

Session 2.3.2 Panel discussion: Developing OERs for education in Africa Chairperson: Trudi van Wyk, Department of Education, South Africa

• Akwasi Osei, Regional Coordinator for Africa, Child and Youth Finance International, Uganda • Ashwin Assomull, Partner and Member Navigating Growth, Investments, and Regulations in Private Education, India • Martin Prew, Executive Director, Centre for Education Policy Development, South Africa**

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the Further Education & Training (FET) college sector Lieve Leroy, Programme Advisor CPD for VVOB, South Africa

• Andrew Eindhorn, Numeric, South Africa • Arthur Attwell, Director, Paperight, South Africa • Bonolo Samson-Zulu, IT Lecturer, Botho College, Botswana • Mark Horner, Open and Collaborative Resources Fellow, Shuttleworth Foundation, South Africa • Prof. Glen Jacobs, Senior Associate Dean, Office of the Provost, St. George’s University, Grenada, West Indies • Brett Simpson, Managing Director, Breadbin, South Africa

Setting standards for teaching professionals Africa Forum of Teaching Regulatory Authorities in Africa (AFTRA)**

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Let the networking begin! One of the most valuable aspects of this conference is the networking opportunities that African Education Week is providing to attendees. We want you to start networking immediately with other conference attendees and begin receiving the benefits of this event. So join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Linked In.

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www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Session 2.1.3 Panel discussion: Building a strong and inspired teaching force for the future Chairperson: Lynne Herrmann, Executive Officer: Professional Development, NAPTOSA, South Africa

Session 2.2.3 Panel discussion: The future of higher education: Beyond the lecture hall Chairperson: To be advised

Session 2.3.3 Managing higher education faculty and student development Chairperson:

Identifying the gaps in newly qualified teachers & student teachers and proving mentorship Joanne Brink, Head of the Education Department, Foundation for Professional Development, South Africa

Dr Esther Njiro, Senior Lecturer, College of Education, Department of ABET and Youth Development, UNISA, South Africa

Risk mitigation and student tracking: Creating higher education learner management platforms Genevieve Hundermark, Monash South Africa Foundation Programme, South Africa

Discipline without anger or tears Dereck Jackson, Author, Parenting with Panache How to use tec hnology for your own professional develpoment Ariellah Rosenberg, Head of Teacher Empowerment, ORTSA, South Africa Prof KP Dzvimbo, Executive Dean, Unisa’s College of Education, South Africa 15:00 – 15:15

Prof. Glen Jacobs, Senior Associate Dean, Office of the Provost, St. George’s University, Grenada, West Indies Adult and continuing education Recognition of prior learning Aligning courses with the needs in the workplace The future of learning institutions in a digital age MOOCs Running your educational institution as a business

E-readiness and use of technology in examinations and online assessments Or Enriching the student learning experience and supporting learning Gareth Heuer, Business Engineer, edge campus, South Africa

Refreshment break in the exhibition hall

Tour of the Learning Expo We invite you to join this short tour of the exhibition floor to highlight some of the new educational solutions on offer.

Session 2.0.2 Closing session: What now? Where to from here? Chairperson & Moderator: Graeme Bloch, Education Specialist 15:15 - 15.45

Feedback on sessions Panellists will report back on highlights and issues discussed during each track. The feedback will be provided by our expert panel. Afterwards there will be an opportunity for you to share your views or comments on providing quality education and any of the discussions that have taken place during African Education Week with the audience.

15:45 – 16:00

Closing comments and prize give-aways

Do you want to sponsor prizes at African Education Week or Career Indaba? We have many exciting activities for prize give-aways at both events with additional branding opportunities for sponsors. Some of these include: • Lucky draws during our speed networking event, seminars and conference closing session • Our exhibitor hunt on the expo floor which encourages additional foot traffic to your stand • Pre-registration prizes for learners and educators • Prize give aways at your stand Depending on the value of prizes you sponsor we can offer you additional branding awareness through: • Including your logo on our website, in our show guide, in mailers to our database and on competition entry forms • Representatives from your company doing the prize handovers Prizes can either be in the form of products or alternatively cash to purchase prizes. Items that we would like to offer include:

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Concert and sport match tickets

Digital equipment

Books

If you would like to get involved in this exciting opportunity please contact: Tracey Gersowsky tracey.gersowsky@spintelligent.com | +27 82 565 6999

www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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african education Week is the meeting and trading platform for everyone who is passionate about improving the quality of education in africa! Do you want to secure a share of the rapidly expanding education market in Africa? Public spending on education in sub-Saharan Africa has increased by more than 6% per year in the past decade. African governments are making strategic decisions on how they will respond to the demands of 77 million new students. South Africa alone spent R207 billion on education in 2012, which is set to increase in the next fiscal year to R236 billion. Why you should exhibit? • Launch new products and showcase your educational solutions to a highly targeted audience • Save time and money by focusing your sales team on meeting a targeted audience face-to-face in three days • Take advantage of new opportunities in the changing education market • Targeted lead generation – we are committed to delivering business contacts that create value for clients Elevate your position by sponsoring Sponsorship opportunities offer a great way to enhance the profile and awareness of your company. Whether your company is an industry leader or seeking new business opportunities, we can tailor a unique sponsorship package that meets with your objectives.

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Sponsorship opportunites To learn about sponsorship opportunities or to book a stand at the next African Education Week conference, please contact Liam Beckett on 021 700 3500 or email liam.beckett@spintelligent.com

www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Plan your trip to Africa’s number 1 business destination! About the venue Sandton Convention Centre Maude Street, Sandown, 2196 Johannesburg, Gauteng GPS Co-ordinates: S26° 06.394’ / E028° 03.221’ Sandton Convention Centre is Southern Africa’s international leading and most prestigious, multi-purposes exhibition and convention centre. Situated in northern Johannesburg, in the heart of Sandton’s business, hotel and entertainment district, Sandton Convention Centre offers easy access to over 5 000 hotel rooms, is adjacent to the country’s top shopping and entertainment complexes and provides nearly 11 000 secure parking bays.

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Parking There are nearly 11 000 parking bays available in the adjacent Sandton City and Nelson Mandela Square malls ensuring that parking your car is never a problem. Three hundred parking bays are available directly under the centre. A unique logistics management system for on- and off-loading further limits traffic congestion. The road capacity of the façade street of the building has been increased by introducing right-turning lanes. Entrance into Sandton Convention Centre parking is from Alice Lane between West and 5th Streets.

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Airport The Sandton Convention Centre is a mere 25 minutes by road from O.R.Tambo International Airport, the country’s leading air terminal, serving 30 000 travellers daily. Airport-approved operators provide taxi, bus and shuttle services between Sandton and the terminal. For further information contact the O.R.Tambo International Airport on 011 921 6911.

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Getting there Gautrain is Africa’s first world-class, modern rapid rail and bus service for Gauteng, a province regarded as the economic heartland of South Africa. Visit www.gautrain.co.za

Need accommodation? Visit our website at www.educationweek.co.za to book your accommodation online.

www.educationweek.co.za | 20 – 22 June 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Lecturers, Teachers, Training Consultants School Principals, MDs, CEOs, Librarians Curriculum Planners, Developers, Advisors Chief Education e-Learning Specialists ICT Managers, IT Support Service Directors Education Associations and Organisations Heads of Safety and Security/Protection Services Vice-Chancellors, Deans and Faculty Heads GITO’s, IT Directors and Officers HODs, Provincial MECs and Chief Directors Executive Committees/Schools Governing Bodies Senior Government Officials

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What to expect at african education Week in 2013

+2,500 education professionals +100 speakers

+8 countries represented

+450 conference delegates

+5000 visitors at the Career Indaba

+5,500m exhibition space

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the largest career expo in africa! teachers and principals, bring your senior matric students along to career indaba exhibition for free by pre-registering them! Visit www.careerindaba.co.za

Whats happening at the Career Indaba Expo +120 Free workshops in the workshop arena These workshops are designed to further your professional and personal development.

App Lab Test drive the latest education Apps Only available on Saturday 21 June 2013

Game station Join in the fun and participate in science experiments, treasure hunts and educational computer games.

Prize giveaways Win some amazing prizes during the exhibition, you have to be in it to win it! Exhibition Tours Whether this is your first visit or you’re a loyal delegate, sign up to go on an interactive tour around the exhibition floor. Meet with solution providers that can accelerate your business. Be the first to test drive the latest technologies available to the education sector.

FREE ATTENDANCE by pre-registering online at www.careerindaba.co.za

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Quick and easy: book and pay online at www.educationweek.co.za

1. CHOOSE YOUR REGISTRATION TYPE 2 day conference

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Schools

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ZAR 1,750

Government/Colleges/ Universities/NPOs

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ZAR 4,381.58

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An ICT resource toolbox for teacher collaboration & sharing

R 1,618.41

Integrating technology into the classroom & Blogging in the classroom

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Unlocking the potential in others

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e-learning getting started in a virtual world

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