GWF Week in Edu-Tweets #9

1. From GWF Blogger Accolade Ubisi, who says she is amazed everyday by the people who walk into the GWF campuses to acquire English, hospitality International Computer Driving License skills and end up leaving with so much more than skills and certificates after they graduate. They leave with confidence, hope, anticipation for the future and most importantly they leave inspired. GWF staff have a responsibility to remain inspired so they too can continue to inspire the young rural individuals that enter the GWF space every year.

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2. From Mpho Lebyane, GWF Media Intern, who witnessed the seventh and final launch of Open Learning Phase two in Majika Primary School. Phase two extends its “fun” model of learning that was first created for grade four learners in the rural schools of Mpumalanga to grade fives pupils. Majika Primary School learners with 6 other local schools will also get the opportunity to study their math, conservation literacy and English the digital way!

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3. From GWF CEO Kate Groch. For the last few days, GWF had a strategic meeting for 2016, “which is to be implemented from the very first day of work in January,” says Kate. For some staff members, it was the their first time to stand and ┬ápresent in front of an audience and a proud moment to treasure and learn from.

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4. From Media Intern Mpho Lebyane. This week was with many successes, including that of our very own IT champions who passed their CompTia Security + exceptionally well. Congratulations to Abna Machavana and Paris Moen for the achievements.

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5. From Rhino Africa, one of our biggest and bestest partners who helped us build our website, and now, have just upgraded their own. To have a look, visit www.rhinoafrica.com.

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Compiled by GWF Media Academy.

 

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