GWF Week In Edu-Tweets #38

1. From Hazyview Media Academy Intern Mfumo Thobela, Mfumo enjoyed a delicious coffee brewed under the Hazyview Digital Learning Campus barn by the Barista students. The students have definitely taken skills from our in-house barista , Teaman Manzini. Our newly skilled baristas will be participating in a coffee making competition next week, and we wish them all victory.


2. From JDLC Coordinator Linky Nkuna, Linky enjoyed seeing Debra Dong working with students from Madlala High School. Debra helped the learners do beautiful artwork. Artists are being born here!


3. From GWF CEO Kate Groch, Kate was very excited to launch the Open Learning Phase 2 programme at Ntshuxeko Primary School. You should have seen the smile on her face, it was very big and bright. Phase two extends GWF’s digital learning programme to grade 5-7 learners who had been attending Open learning at GWF when they were grade four learners. This was made possible by Rand Water Foundation. Thank you very much for your contribution.


4. From Ryan James, Ryan took a beautiful photo of a beautiful moment, the GWF team were graced with the presence of a Nashville Singer Amber Rubarth. Amber is such an amazing singer and we were fortunate to have her in our midst.


5. From Hazyview Media Academy Intern Mfumo Thobela, Mfumo was the photographer of the day at the phase 2 launch. The learners from Ntshuxeko Primary were very excited, they did everything possible to get everything right, and the attention of the camera!


6. From Hazyview Media Academy Intern Wiseboy Shabangu. Nina Lim a student affiliated to Stanford University in the US, held the ‘Smile’ workshop with learners from Madlala High School to introduced the new updated ‘smile box’. The workshop aimed to help young learners to be able to work with question, formulate question and allow interactions among learners and facilitators.


7. The hashtag still continues, GWF continues  celebrating women this month through quotes posted on all of our social media platforms.


8. From Hazyview Media Academy Intern Wiseboy Shabangu. The Hazyview Digital Learning Academy ICT students were doing their practicals at Justicia Campus, and our camera man wouldn’t miss a shot of our woman-dominated team of students hard at work.


9. From GWF CEO Kate Groch, who just witnessed a full house of the Bridging Academy students as they were being interviewed. The interview was for a part-time job at the Mbombela stadium in Nelspruit, where the students will get an opportunity to work and earn for a few days.


10. From Hazyview Media Academy Intern Wiseboy Shabangu, Wiseboy was at Justicia Campus and had a moment to reflect on how he sees the Open Learning programme.


Compiled by Hazyview Media Academy Intern: Mfumo Thobela