Lead like a champion

The single most important component of the entire education system is the dynamic relationship that exists between the teacher, the learners and the curriculum itself.

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Leaving behind a culture of professional development and support

Edufundi believes in sustainability, not dependency when it comes to the schools they partner with.

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Being fully prepared and having 100% engagement from all learners

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.

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Building supportive and trusting relationships

Building trust becomes the mentor’s primary objective during the first few weeks, as without trust there can be no relationship and no mentoring.

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The journey of 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.

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Lack of diversity in STEM throttling economic growth

The under-representation of women within STEM fields around the globe is severely hampering the spread of diverse thinking, with the engineering sector offering huge opportunities for women to make their […]

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Kenya’s leading private school group acquired by ADvTECH

JSE-listed ADvTECH (Pty) Ltd has announced its acquisition of the leading private school group in Kenya, the Makini group of schools. Africa’s largest private education provider, JSE-listed ADvTECH Ltd, continues […]

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Lack of financial knowledge a threat to lasting change for students

The introduction of free tertiary education has been hailed by many as an important step towards South Africa’s overall economic transformation. But low levels of financial literacy amongst students could […]

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REAL SUCCESS OF SA EDUCATION ABOUT SO MUCH MORE THAN MARKS

Tshikululu Social Investments Client Relationship Manager Khaya Tyatya shares his insight into South Africa’s current education system… and the Class of 2017. When Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced the 2017 […]

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Are robots coming for your job? 

AI is coming, there can be no doubt… what matters is how we raise our game to benefit from what the robots bring to the table, says Rob Stokes. The […]

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“If I was the benevolent dictator of South Africa.” – Rob Stokes

He might have created one of the continent’s most successful digital marketing agencies, and he might currently be the Chairman of the Red & Yellow School, but that doesn’t stop […]

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