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Improving quality learning and teaching through ASIDI schools

The prevalence of teacher migration from rural to urban or the so called “best resourced schools” will soon be a thing of the past.  This is as a result of new state of the art institutions being delivered though the Accelerated School Infrastructure Development Initiative (ASIDI), which seeks to eradicate schools built, in their entirety, from inappropriate materials throughout the country. 

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DBE and British Council further partnership

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) is joining hands with the British Council to improve the quality of teaching of English First Additional Language (EFAL) through a series of Train the Teacher workshops. The workshops will see approximately 40 English Language Subject Advisors in each province attending week-long training sessions to strengthen the rollout of the EFAL strategy across the Foundation, Intermediate and Senior Phases.  

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CALL FOR COMMENT: The draft Regulations relating to Minimum Uniform Norms and Standards for Provincial Teacher Development Institutes and District Teacher Development Centres in South Africa

Minister Motshekga invites stakeholder bodies and members of the public to comment on the draft Regulations relating to Minimum Uniform Norms and Standards for Provincial Teacher Development Institutes and District Teacher Development Centres in South Africa.

 

Stakeholder bodies and members of the public are invited to comment in writing on the draft regulations. Read more...


Department of Basic Education and YCAP join forces to bring positive change in schools and communities

Active citizenship is at the core of a successful democracy, and the vehicle to achieve this is to begin the process in the youth.

 

The Department, in an effort to promote active citizenry has partnered, with Empowervate in a programme that builds on learners' agency and critical learning skills to bring about positive change in their schools and communities. Read more...


call for comments: Draft Policy on ANA

The draft National Policy on the Conduct, Administration and Management of the Annual National Assessments (ANA) was released for public comment on 20 July 2015.

 

The main purpose of ANA, a diagnostic assessment, is to monitor and track learner performance.

Stakeholder bodies and members of the public are invited to comment in writing on the draft policy.
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Latest News

Deputy Minister Enver Surty opens CAPS Technical Training for Teachers

 

The Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Mr Enver Surty will officially open the Teacher Training on CAPS for Technical Schools on 15 July 2015 at Adcorp Training Centre in Welkom, Free State. Read more...


 

“Mandela Day” in Support of 1000 Libraries

The DBE intends to use this opportunity presented by the 2015 Mandela  Day to mobilise resources and support from various sectors of society around the enormous task of improving the educational experience for underprivileged children through the provision of 1000 Libraries and thousands of books. Read more...


 

Speech Delivered by the Deputy Minister Surty at the Launch of e-Libraries at the Vodaworld

The educational needs of learners in the 21st century’ extends beyond the triple Rs.  The traditional three Rs refer to the foundations of a basic skills-oriented education programme within schools: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic. Read more...

 


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