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An experiment in what school could be

Two Limpopo principals will be helping to create radically reimagined communities of learning: schools as living systems

The humble syllabus puts students first

By building online courses backwards, the necessary skills can be taught in stages

Covid-19 exposes South Africa’s digital literacy divide

Only a few households have access to the internet and students and learners , but educators can find ways to improve reading for meaning and digital knowledge

Education is a political and ethical matter

Knowing the learners and teachers and what they need is essential to reform in the school system

Pedagogy is a three-ring circus

A good education rests on the relationship between knowledge, teaching and learning.

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