GWF Week In Edu-Tweets #62

1. From GWF Head of Development Ryan James, who was in Johannesburg with GWF’s Group Coordinator Media and Communication Accolade Ubisi for fund-raising meetings, to ensure that Good Work Foundation’s education revolution is made available to even more young people living in designated rural areas of South Africa, making a “difference” as the quote says.

Capture 4

2. From Hazyview Digital Learning Campus (HDLC): GWF’s curriculum for the Bridging Academy students has added mentor sessions for the young adult students, most of whom have never been guided about career choices and life-skills during their high school years. GWF Student Support Mercyful Mathebula and her group celebrated a birthday of one of their member as a way of getting to know one another. These groups are aimed at encouraging young people to start talking about issues that affect them and planning for their careers and future.

Capture 1

3. From HDLC: One of GWF’s core programmes at all of our campuses; The Open Learning Academy, has created a Self Organised Learning Environment (SOLE) for young children who learn their Mathematics, English and Conservation literacy using technology or digital tools. To date, 3100 Grade Four learners from eight local schools in Mpumalanga are plugged into our digital hubs and enjoying the wonders of SOLE.

Capture 2

4. From GWF CEO Kate Groch: Good Work Foundation’s mission is to challenge What we learn, How we learn and Who has access to that learning by ensuring FREEDOM to world class access to excellent education to all who want to access it in rural Mpumalanga villages. It is Freedom Day everyday at our campuses!

Capture 5

5. From Philipollis Digital Learning Campus: GWF’s Open Learning Academy reaches out to children who are as far as Philippolis, a small village in the Freestate that has been enjoying SOLE from the Philippolis Campus since 2006. A town that once dreamed of having a pre-school for their children now has children who are doing their homework using technology.

Capture 3

6. From Justicia Digital Learning Campus (JDLC) Volunteer Ntokozo Sambo: Ntokozo is a former student at JDLC and is now mentoring 2017 students as they too start the journey to discovering their career paths.

Capture 6

7. From GWF Head of Programmes Maria Goretti Awogu, who has joined the GWF team from January, and now meeting the forward thinking school principals of the the eight schools that plug into GWF’s hubs to learn Mathematics and English using Technology. This collaboration between has and will continue to change education for the young people living in designated and rural areas of South Africa.

Capture 7

Compiled by Hazyview Media Agency.

Comments