The Month in Pictures #25

We have lived through and experienced the first two months of 2016, and it is amazing to see all the developments, the growth and maturity of Good Work Foundation’s digital learning spaces in this short period. Take a look at February’s best captured and unseen moments through this month’s compilation of Month in Pictures and continue to be amazed.

Local musical instrument professionals were teaching Open Learning Academy students how to play 'The lion sleeps tonight,' one of the most well known South African composition. Music lessons, facilitated by Lerato Maile, take place everyday where the kids are taught how to play various African musical instruments.

Local musical instrument professionals were teaching Open Learning Academy students how to play ‘The lion sleeps tonight,’ one of the most well known South African composition. Music lessons under the Open Learning programme, facilitated by Lerato Maile, take place everyday where the kids are taught how to play various African musical instruments, such as the Marimba, Djembe and etc.

It is very important that just like technology, humans are up to date in what is happening in their career fields. Witness Mnisi, otherwise best known as Oom by GWF staff, has been in the hospitality industry for over 20 years. Witness still takes time to go online to see what the hospitality industry as updated or outdated so when he conducts the hospitality practicals for  GWF's Bridging Academy students, he is teaching relevant work.

It is very important that just like technology, humans are up to date in what is happening in their career fields. Witness Mnisi, otherwise best known as ‘Oom’ by GWF staff, has been in the hospitality industry for over 20 years. Witness still takes time to go online to see what the hospitality industry as updated or outdated so when he conducts the hospitality practicals for GWF’s Bridging Academy students, he is teaching relevant work.

The new Open Learning students have been with the programme for just over two months but are using technology tools as f they had known them all along. It is very exciting for GWF facilitators to have such eager and willing students partake in this programme as it makes the teaching and facilitating more fun and worthwhile.

The new Open Learning students have been with the programme for just over two months but are using technology tools as if they had known them. It is very exciting for GWF’s facilitators to have such eager and willing students partake in this programme as it makes the teaching and facilitating more fun and worthwhile.

Selby Mokoena, GWF's coding and robotics 'master' continues to introduce more rural learners to the world of computer science and robots.

Selby Mokoena, GWF’s coding and robotics ‘master’ continues to introduce more rural learners to the world of computer science, coding and robots. After the ‘Hour of Code’ was launched, Open Learning participating schools have been coding and programming computers and robots during their two hours of digital learning at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus.

The GWF Tech team is always busy behind the scenes. During the course of this moth, they installed new computers, a new server as well as installed new overhead projectors in the classrooms.

The GWF Tech team is always busy behind the scenes. During the course of this month, they installed new computers, a new server as well as installed new overhead projectors for presentations and lessons in the classrooms.

The barn

This is how the open space inside GWF’s barn looks like on a normal day. Under the Digital Tree of Knowledge, the children learn their English spelling, practice their mathematics and get to know plants, animals and the environment better, during their two hours of Digital and Conservation literacy under the Open Learning programme. Photo by Accolade Ubisi.

 

Compile by GWF Media Academy

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