South African Education Resources
Education and school life in particular is all about learning more. Learning more implies that learners are always ready to read and take in as much information as possible. It is important to also note that the quality of information consumed depends on the quality of South African education resources available.
Care and Support for Teaching and Learning National Support Pack – This pack is developed by the Department of Basic Education which brings together information, best practice examples, tools and case studies of effective care and support practice in schools.
Internet Biology Education Project – This contains Biology education resources aimed at improving information literacy at secondary level.
Living Maths – This is an educational programme that extends, enriches and empowers children, helping develop their analytical, mathematical and deductive skills.
The Math Basket – This is a blog administered by edu8 tuition offering Maths video tutorials for most of the South African grade 11 and 12 syllabus.
Mindset Network – Mindset Network is a South African non profit company that creates, sources and distributes high quality, curriculum aligned digital content to support the education and health sectors.
Quest Magazine – This is a quarterly popular science magazine produced by the Academy of Science for South Africa which highlights the achievements of South African scientists and stimulates an interest in science among young people and the general public.
SchoolMaths.com – This is a website developed by University of Pretoria lecturer Gerrit Stols to help maths teachers and students use technology.This site provides manuals, resources and software free of charge.
Sci-Bono Online Learning Centre – This aims to improve public engagement with science and technology by assisting with curriculum delivery, providing teacher training and support and by providing curriculum materials to schools.
South African History Online – This is a non partisan peoples history project that aims to break the silence of the past and to create the most comprehensive online encyclopedia of South Africa’s history and culture.
Thutong National Education Portal – This is an online point of entry to a comprehensive array of free educational resources, policy information, and interactive services concerning all aspects of the South African schooling sector, providing relevant information and services for curriculum and teacher development as well as school administration and management.
Vodacom e-School – The Vodacom learning platform comes with Internet access to education content for grade 10 to 12.Through Vodacoms e-school, learners who are Vodacom subscribers are able to access content, which is curriculum aligned, on their mobile device across all major subjects, free of charge, as Vodacom has zero rated browsing on the portal for its customers.