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Social Media & the Brain

  Networks are all around us and in many contexts, they form the basis of the 21st-century reality. The social…

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7 ways study guides can help learners pass exams

At Pearson, we are passionate about learning and helping learners achieve the best results they possibly can. We partner with…

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Classroom Ideas

Flipped Classroom – Is it a brain-friendly way to teach?

Since the early ‘90s, academics such as Prof Eric Mazur from Harvard University has introduced some of the concepts that…

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Do Schools Have to Use SA-SAMS? Leading School Admin System, Staffroom, has the answer

The SA-SAMS / Lurits debacle has been a hot topic for years now. Are you still confused about whether you…

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Bettermarks® – Makes maths easy

Having a lot of problems is, well, a problem. When it comes to maths however, teachers will tell you that…

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Teacher Tips

Plagiarism in South African schools: the problem and solutions

Plagiarism in South African schools: the problem and solutions When it comes to written assignments, a survey of universities in…

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Classroom Ideas

Science in the Foundation Phase: How do I get started?

Children are naturally curious about the world around them. Using that innate desire to discover how things work around them…

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Classroom Ideas

Class is in session – ice-breaking activities for kids

It’s back to school and back to reality. With school having started after a long break, it’s probably a great…

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Why Learners Should Use Study Guides

Why Learners Should Use Study Guides Preparing for an exam can be stressful for learners. They may feel overwhelmed by…

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Afrikaans

A fresh approach to learning and teaching Afrikaans as a First Additional Language

Teaching and learning Afrikaans as a First Additional Language (FAL) can be quite a challenge. Learners are generally not motivated…

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