Edufundi believes in sustainability, not dependency when it comes to the schools they partner with.
Teachers who enjoy support from the Edufundi programme share some of their experiences.
There are many factors that affect a learner’s behaviour and performance, but one of the most impactful is the teacher’s degree of preparation.
Great things are possible when mentors are well-equipped and mentees are willing and committed.
Building trust becomes the mentor’s primary objective during the first few weeks, as without trust there can be no relationship and no mentoring.
“The delicate balance of mentoring someone is not creating them in your own image, but giving them the opportunity to create themselves.” – Steven Spielberg.
“The quality of a country’s education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers.” – Michael Barber.
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Petro Bothma of Business Partners Limited shares her extensive experience (along with that of the SME Toolkit’s distinguished guest contributors) on how to scale a thriving company.
Canon has launched the new imagePROGRAF TM Series for high-quality, large-format printing on demand for diverse working environments, including corporate, retail and education… and even water-resistant media.
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ABOVE: Mitchan Adams, Thomas Pays, and Lyle Eckstein at the launch of Ozow On 4 April, Payment company Ozow Secure Payments (Ozow) became the first local payment processor to offer ZERO […]
Social media is becoming the marketing lifeblood of SMEs, writes Miguel Da Silva… but it’s vital to use it right.