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Happy International Women’s Month. Be kind to each other.

I have always believed that education is the key to success. I worked hard to achieve my goals, obtaining matriculation, a university degree, and a job. However, I was unprepared for the harsh realities of the professional world. Even educated and sensible male colleagues, once in power, could become tyrants. It was even worse when […]

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International Women’s Day: Celebrating all our Strong Professional Women

Being a woman striving to succeed in a professional environment is no easy task; women have many challenges to face before they can be recognised as successful, yet there are vast numbers of women who have achieved innumerable things and faced challenging obstacles, overcoming them with triumph. It is no less challenging in an educational

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Born to inspire others to become the best they can be, through education

I am a proud South African teacher, who started her teaching journey, twenty- seven years ago, teaching in the most rural and marginalized area. Being born during the apartheid era, allowed me an opportunity to be born and raised in two different environments, that is in the township as well as in the village. This

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“NO HANDS UP” HELPING ENGAGE ALL LEARNERS IN A GEOGRAPHY LESSON

By Fanny Nombulelo Agnes Malikebu Introduction The most frequent methods used by the teacher in Geography are exposition, worksheets, note-giving, individual exercises and extended reading. Use of a range of strategies encourage lots of different responses from lots of different learners. The ‘No Hands Up’ approach for instance, can make classrooms more engaging and is

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How to Learn From Each Other: The Benefits of a Learning Partner

To be a teacher is to take on a very privileged, rewarding and challenging career. Working in the classroom on a daily basis with young people as our regular audience can lead us to question whether we are doing things right. We wonder could we have delivered a certain task in a better style? Could

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Hamid Teach2030 Ambassador

Cultivating independent learners an fostering independent classroom: The Power of Cold Calling

Creating a classroom environment that encourages independent learning and inclusivity is crucial for educators today. One great teaching technique that can help achieve both of these goals is cold calling. Cold calling, often associated with its use in business and sales, it has been modified to education to enhance active engagement and involvement among students.

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TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH TEACH2030

My name is Alice Ogunleye, an enthusiastic, creative and resilient teacher from Nigeria.  Currently a certified Cambridge teacher in a teaching subject at Loveworld International College, volunteering as a Teach2030 ambassador. Becoming a member of the Teach2030 community has greatly improved my teaching practice and professionalism in the classroom. Through Teach2030, I have been able

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Challenges of Teacher Training: How Teach2030 is Making a Difference

In the 21st century, teacher training is facing a number of challenges. These challenges stem from the changing nature of classrooms, the diversity of cultures, and the ever-evolving technology. Teachers are also having to adapt to new regulations and standards as they strive to ensure the highest quality of education for their students. One of

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