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This blog is intended for Teachers across South Africa and the rest of the African content, to remain inspired to stay in Teaching. 

You work hard, under difficult circumstances, and not always gain the appreciation you deserve. 
It comes with huge responsibility, is non-stop and often chaotic.

Take a moment to remember why you became a teacher in the first place. 
It wasn't just for targets and test results was it?
It was for something far more important. You wanted to change lives - to make a difference.
To inspire young learners. To guide them on the road to adulthood. To see them grow, experience and discover the many wonders of life!

And that is why we this blog is here. To give you the tools to help you make the magic happen. Read, share and above all, appreciate what you do on a daily basis! 

 


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Attention Preschool & Foundation Phase teachers: How do you select your puzzles?

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Puzzles form such an intrinsic part of any learning. But what should you consider beforehand when selecting puzzles for your learners? These tips apply to any Preschool and Foundation Phase teacher and is applicable to learners from as early as 3 up to 12 years old!
 
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Spatial Intelligence - a 3D view

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How do you recognize a child with spatial intelligence? And what should you do, if spatial skills are not your strong suit!

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Eek, will I get fired?

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3 Reasons why you probably should not be worried about being fired due to CPTD!

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While your learners are puzzling...

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...what should you look out for? And how can you integrate puzzle building in your day to day lesson plans based on the ELDA's or CAPS, depending on the age of your learners? 

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Important points about the points

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The amount of CPTD points vary according to the type of qualification, course and workshop as well as the duration. Find out the important points about the points here...

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