GWF Week In Edu-Tweets #29

1. From Ryan James, a teaching volunteer Carmen Piedad from Wheelock College helps young rural learners with their Maths lessons. An education revolutionist at heart.

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2. From GWF Media Intern Mfumo Thobela caught the Bridging Academy alumni students as they are being assessed during the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) jumpstart programme. During this programme the alumni students were trained and prepared for the work place and later in the programme, majority of the students were placed in different retail stores as trainees. A job well done to the GWF Career Academy for the initiative.

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3. From JDLC Coordinator Linky Nkuna, a teaching volunteer Erin Bruce from Wheelock College spends her lunch break helping Grade 11 learners from  Madlala High school with mathematics.Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-8.14.03-AM

4. From GWF Media Academy, Bridging Academy student Elaine Nyathi scores the highest mark in Microsoft Excel at 97%. We would like to congratulate the ICDL team and Elaine for their hard work and determination.Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-8.14.39-AM

5. From GWF Media Intern Wiseboy Shabangu, ICT specialist Thapelo Meso from Tsystems was facilitating the CompTia A+ students this past week. During the lessons the students were assessed through theory and practicals which they then later wrote a test based on the lessons they have been given.

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6. From GEW CEO Kate Groch, who has been keeping us up to date about her whereabouts and this time she was in Sarasota and visited the GWF All Heart Foundation family.

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7. From Ryan James, the GWF team has a new additional member to the GWF family Roosa Hyrsk. She is a new volunteer from Finland and she is welcomed with warm hands.

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8. From GWF Media Intern Mfumo Thobela, as she recently visited the Music Academy and it is good to say that the children are still enjoying their music. More children from rural Shabalala have joined the academy and the GWF team is happy to hear that the number is increasing.Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-8.51.43-AM

10. From GWF Media Intern Wiseboy Shabangu, Carmen Piedad teaches learners the cup song during their lunch break. A bit of singing is vital for relaxing the mind after a long day of learning.Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-8.14.08-AM

11. From GWF Media Coordinator Accolade Ubisi, acts as a reminder as we approach Youth Day through this photo of the iconic photographer Sam Nzima- the man who took the iconic photo of the 1976, June 16 massacre.Screen-Shot-2016-06-10-at-10.32.46-AM

Compiled by GWF Media Intern Mfumo Thobela

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