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When will Stanford University Release Admission decisions

When will Stanford University Release Admission decisions

When will Stanford University Release Admission decisions 2021: Applicants will receive decisions by April 9 instead of the originally scheduled April 1, and the enrollment deadline has also been extended from May 1 to May 3 to reflect the delayed timeline. The new timeline reflects Stanford’s “commitment to maintaining a thoughtful and thorough review,” according …

TUT Past Exams and Memos

Did you know that you can easily get past exam papers from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) from their website? Theses papers are mainly aimed at assisting the students when they do their revisions for their exams. You can get papers for years dating from : 2021, 2020, 2019,.. Where to find TUT Past Papers? …

Kids Learning activities during Coronavirus lockdown

Kids Learning activities during Coronavirus lockdown

Kids Learning activities during Coronavirus lockdown: According to Mmaki Jantjies, (Associate professor in Information Systems, University of the Western Cape), Kids can keep learning even during a lockdown. Here’s how: South Africa, like most countries in the world, has ordered all schools to close to try and stop the spread of COVID-19. Many schools have also asked parents …

College of Cape Town Application

College of Cape Town online application 2021

College of Cape Town online application 2021: As a leading provider of Education and Training in mainly the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) band, the College of Cape Town has much to offer students and prospective partners as an alternative to General Education and Training.  Our courses lead to recognised, accredited qualifications that are in …

How Africa’s academic diaspora can help revive higher education back home

How Africa’s academic diaspora can help revive higher education back home

How Africa’s academic diaspora can help revive higher education back home. Article by Samuel Ojo Oloruntoba The academic world is not as distant from everyday reality as some might think. In the late 1970s, the global commodities crisis reduced export revenue in African countries and institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank intervened to provide loans. The …

help students with a hearing impairment

How to help students with a hearing impairment as courses move online

How to help students with a hearing impairment as courses move online. An Article by Dr Diane Bell, Researcher , Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Schools, colleges and universities across the world have been closed as a result of COVID-19. But students are expected to continue their studies. As higher education institutions scramble to take their teaching …

Five ways academics can manage COVID-19 shutdowns

5 ways academics can manage COVID-19 shutdowns

Five ways academics can manage COVID-19 shutdowns. At article by Willie Chinyamurindi, Associate Professor, University of Fort Hare. The COVID-19 pandemic has begun affecting a range of African countries where infection rates have been rising, though not at the rates being experienced in the US and Western Europe. Governments have been taking drastic steps to stop the spread of …

The Curriculum as Planned refers to documents that shape the content

The Curriculum as Planned refers to documents that shape the content

The Curriculum as Planned refers to documents that shape the content to be covered when teaching. These documents arise out of policy environments and reflect what is deemed required or necessary for students to learn at specific levels of education or educational settings. Typically, planned curriculum documents are created by governments, publishers of subject matter …

Decolonisation of Mathematics education in South Africa

Decolonisation of Mathematics education in South Africa

Decolonisation of Mathematics education in South Africa: Anné H. Verhoef (Professor in Philosophy, North-West University), and Hennie A Kruger (Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems, North-West University), discuss on What connects Shaka Zulu, decolonisation and mathematical models: Is it possible to decolonise mathematical sciences? Some researchers argue that it’s not. They cite numerous reasons why. Two …

Why the South African Education System is not failing

Why the South African Education System is not failing

Why the South African Education System is not failing: According to Martin Gustafsson (Education economist, Stellenbosch University), New evidence supports the belief that South Africa’s education is not all bad. Read below: In the past few years, there has been uncertainty around whether the learning outcomes of South Africa’s schools are improving from their historically low …