E-LEARNING

This is one of Enlighten’s flagship projects. This project fulfils a key role in upgrading literacy and numeracy levels in young children. During the past year significant progress has been
made with the upskilling of teachers in Information Communication Technology (ICT).

The E Learning project consists of:
A Mobile Unit; ICT Teacher Professional Development for teachers; After-school Research for learners; Primary School Mathematics Support classes, Special School Projects and Robotics.

MOBILE UNIT:

SCHOOLS:
Weekly schedules for schools were full and all learners eagerly awaited our support.

SCHOOLSTotal
Die Bron Primary70
Gansbaai Primary59
Bosko63
Kleinmond PS60
Mount Pleasant PS60
Waldorf19
TOTAL331

RESEARCH AFTERNOONS:
We gave free access to our fully equipped computer centre. 1357 Learners visited our facility to do homework and other assignments

TEACHER TRAINING:
The Western Cape Education Department consistently roles out appropriate technology to schools to enhance the curriculum. During the past year we supported this endeavour by offering an annual Information Communication Technology (ICT) integration training schedule.

We trained 127 teachers during the year.

SHORT COURSESTARGET GROUP
Skype in the ClassroomPrincipals / Educators
Microsoft OnenotePrincipals / Educators
Mobile Skills – Using A TabletEducators
Smart ClassroomsEducators
Management: Tablets in the ClassroomPrincipals / SMT
Apps for CapsEducators
Free Online Resourses – VodacomEducators
SHORT COURSESTARGET GROUP
Free Online Resourses – VodacomEducators
Vodacom E-schoolPrincipals
Create An E-culture At School
(ICT Strategic Meetings with SMT)
Principals / SMT
Tablets in the ClassroomEducators
Management: Tablets in the ClassroomPrincipals / SMT
MindsetEducators

PRIMARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS SUPPORT – AFTER SCHOOL SESSIONS:
A total of 33 learners benefitted from our afterschool Mathematics Programme.

THE HAWSTON SCHOOLS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) PROJECT:
The Johann and Gaynor Rupert Foundation approved funding for the ICT Project for the two Hawston Schools to support Literacy, Numeracy and ICT access for all learners and teachers. The project will commence in earnest during 2019.