We’re really happy to announce new improvements to our line up of services for our XT and Biblion customers. To be more specific, we’ve just launched our brand new, online Content Shop that contains literally tens of thousands of questions which can be imported and used in XT and Biblion.
On Friday 31 August 2012, a teacher at Rondebosch Boys’ Preparatory School received a brand new Kia Rio 1.4 worth R165,000 in what became the culmination of the EvaluNet GetAhead “Win A Car” Competition. EvaluNet, a Cape Town-based educational software developer, ran an exciting competition with 101 schools across the country earlier this year. The competition saw almost R1 million in prizes and incentives received by schools, teachers and learners.
How soon do we forget what elders used to know; that children should be raised, not left like weeds to grow. ~ Art Buck
Are you an educator? Do you want to WIN A CAR? One lucky teacher stands a chance of driving away in a BRAND NEW CAR worth R145,000 in the GetAhead Win a Car Competition! Enter your school and YOU could be a winner! Plus, EvaluNet is giving away over ONE MILLION RAND in other prizes [...]
We’ve got a few positions open for hard working, dedicated, passionate and committed people who’d like to join our team.
Lerato, a Grade 7 learner from Laerskool Voortrekker Eeufees was the lucky winner of our Apple iPod competition. Pictured here is Lerato with her class teacher handing over the rockn’ 8 gig iPod. We love making kids happy Find out more about the GetAhead School Project – where everyone is a winner! (Cliche, we know, [...]
What really constitutes an advantaged and a disadvantaged school though? Is an advantaged school one where you walk into every classroom and see an interactive whiteboard and a laptop in front of every learner? Is an advantaged school one that is built out of bricks and has airconditioning, electricity and running water? When will the South African Department of Education realise that good education starts with the teacher?
Great news at the start of the third school term! GetSmarter, a high-touch online education company, and Teacher’s Monthly are giving away a place in the upcoming Cambridge University Press Grade 12 Mathematics course worth R5,400. You can nominate ANY Grade 12 learner who you think deserves to go on this course for FREE.
Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of a mine, that the child of a farmworker can become the president of a great nation.
High School Maths is important because it is the most widely used subject in the world. Doing maths helps the mind to reason and organise complicated situations or problems into clear, simple, and logical steps. High paying jobs often demand someone who can take complicated situations and simplify them to the level that everyone can understand. By doing well at maths, you’re giving yourself a competitive edge that you’ll need to land a really cool job.