Training/ Program: IQMS (Intergrated Quality Management System) Resolution 8 of 2003
Performance Measurement (Resolution 1 of 2003) Schools has to identify their strong and weak points. They also have to determine where were non development in previous years, and what nature of these non-development are. After such analogy schools will be able to plan strategies for future plans to develop as to monitor and manage Institutions properly for the coming years.
After the IQMS process teachers will be able to develop their PGPs which will assist schools in Educator Improvement plan.
Intended Recipients : School management and staff
Date : 18 April 2018
E- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: 076 954 5416
Mokhudu Machaba (18th Annual NTA winner Excellence in Primary school teaching, MIEExper 2014 to date, CPSI special Ministerial award winner 2016, ISPA winner 2013, 2016, 2017, GESS awards 2016 finalist)
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On Monday the 4th of September the #ispasuperteachers finalists for 2017 participated in a workshop especially designed to heighten their awareness and upgrade their skills with regard to managing their fame.
This innovative workshop was sponsored by the Wireless Application Service Providers' Association (WASPA). The teacher delegates were delighted to be joined by WASPA chairman James McNab, general manager Ilonka Badenhorst as well as Kobus de Vos who joined in the fun. While we are grateful for sponsorship of the event, it meant so much more that our donors joined us to find out more about the context in the educational environment. The teachers appreciated their involvement enormously.
Maggie Verster, an ICT in education expert, led the participants to consider a number of increasingly important questions like:
• Why does a teacher (I) need a digital persona?
• Does it need to be public or private?
• What are the best ways to establish an effective online presence?
• How do I manage my presence?
• How do I ensure my online safety and that of my learners?
• How do I manage all the demand that being online make on my time?
The participants did a digital audit to establish if they have an online digital footprint that portrays their expertise, not only as teachers, but as ICT champions. They were required to create a more visible, effective and safe online presence using the main social media platforms in a gamified and fun environment.
By the end of the workshop, all of the finalists in the 2017 ISPA SuperTeacher Competition emerged as the digital rock stars that they are!
If you would like to host this workshop at your school, call Anatolia on 084 054 6960 or email email@example.com for further information.