Everyone in the classroom benefits when educators share their know-how.
Education law and classroom mindsets are still not accommodating "disabled" pupils properly.
They are a source of useful information that can help to make teaching better.
The latest Teachers Upfront seminar offered ideas to teacher for how they can enhance teaching in a multilingual classroom.
Varsities are rethinking how to produce clued-up professionals ready for the classroom.
A strategic partnership to enrich public discourse about teaching and teachers.
But a mindset shift among teachers is needed to encourage reading across the curriculum.
Classroom communication should supplement language with visuals and movement, experts say.
In South Africa, children are exposed to their language of instruction far too late and for too few hours a week, which cripples their learning
Academics say the approach to language must change to give students the best chance of success.
Interacting with experts and one’s peers in the field is invaluable, according to educators.
The <i>Mail & Guardian</i> invites you to the next Teachers Upfront dialogue.
System-wide improvement in basic education is inextricably linked to increased professionalism.
Is an over-emphasis on the rights of teachers damaging the rights of learners?
Children are set up for success if teachers, parents and local networks work together