GWF Week in Edu-Tweets #19

1. From GWF, who tweeted about  Head of Open Learning Academy Crispen Bvumbghe, who has recently introduced the Londolozi Preschoolers to digital learning. They now learn their nursery rhymes on tablet computers.


2. From GWF Media and Communication Manager Ryan James, who met  Harris Mashele for the first time when Harris was one of the builders of the Justicia Digital Learning Campus (JDLC). Today Harris stands proudly with the JDLC Coordinator Linky Nkuna at the door of the JDLC building where he attends digital education classes, from rural Justicia situated just outside the Kruger National Park.


3. From Hazyview Digital Learning Campus Media Intern Mfumo Thobela. Zakheleni Primary School 2016 Grade Four Learners now have two full months of experience of GWF’s Open Learning Academy progarmme and are enjoying the new fun way of learning. They are exploring digital tools and learning the languages of access; English and Computers, at the very same time.


4. From HDLC Media and Communication Coordinator Accolade Ubisi, who shared words of wisdom quoted from HDLC ICT Facilitator Paris Moeng. Paris went to motivate the 2016 Bridging Academy students at the Justicia Campus. Paris is a young man from rural Shabalala who believes he has made choices that have brightened his path to a better future, and wants to help the rural youth find their paths too.


5. HDLC Conservation Academy Facilitator Sibusiso Mnisi, a first time flyer landed safely in Port Elizabeth with Head of Conservation Academy Byron Ross. The conservation team went there for a short course in conservation and coaching.


6. From GWF Media and Communication Manager Ryan James. The Mpumalanga Absa team visited Good Work Foundation to motivate the Bridging Academy students and to talk to them about career choices a few days ago. Absa is a long time partner of Good Work Foundation, who sponsors a large portion of GWF’s Bridging Academy students to get access to digital education.


7. From HDLC Media Intern Mfumo Thobela who truly believes that learners of today are leaders of tomorrow. Siyafundza Primary School children, who are part of HDLC’s Open Learning Academy programme, are enjoying themselves at Kruger National Park as part of their conservation learning.


8. From GWF Media and Communication Manager Ryan James. HDLC student Sakhile Mathebula is a top achiever in English. Sakhile achieved 100% on test 1 and his face says “this is just the beginning i’m still going to be higher.”


Compiled by Wiseboy Shabangu.