10 ways to ruin a course

Here are highlights from the seminar.

  • 1. Wrong participants

    No matter how good a course might be, if the students are not interested it is essentially worthless to them.
  • 2. Wrong course choice
    If the students do not recognise the relevance of the course or how it can benefit them, it will reflect in poor attendance, a lack of interest and possibly even below average grades…

SACOB leaves eLearning Africa 2013 feeling inspired

eLearning Africa 2013 is drawing to a close but what a conference it has been! We leave feeling inspired and excited to implement the many ideas we have had while here. Many providers, speakers and delegates from across the world came together for an important cause – improving education as a whole. It has been great to discuss the many innovative ideas eLearning brings and the amazing affects it has on Education. SACOB is proud to be apart of this!

Africans – Consumers of ICT

Africans might currently be consumers of ICT but the more we have exposure to information the more we will become producers of ICT – eLearning Africa 2013

SACOB’s eLearning Africa 2013 Blog

Don’t forget to check out SACOB’s eLearning Africa 2013 blog via BizCommunity – here you’ll find our take on the happenings at eLearning Africa 2013…click here to read more.

eLearning Africa: Day 1

We are also creating these fantastic tools that undoubtedly have the potential to enhance the learning experience, but do our potential technology-hungry learners actually have the digital competency to consume all this learning media that we are creating?…

Opening of eLearning Africa 2013

Today marked the start of the 2013 eLearning Africa Conference. After getting our stand set up and ready to go the exhibition kicked off and pre-workshops were held. Stay tuned to Bizcommunity for articles and posts we’ve written on our experience and view on the different presentations taking place at the eLearning Conference in Namibia.

Kloof High School Career Evening

On behalf of President Selwyn Comrie and members of the Rotary Club of Kloof, thank you very much for supporting the successful careers evening at Kloof High School on Thursday the 16th of May 2013.

I wish to convey my most grateful thanks on behalf of the Rotary Club of Kloof to you and your team from Sacob for the support you gave this popular event.

– Engela Louw (Kloof Rotary Club)

2013 eLearning Africa Conference

SACOB’s off to Namibia tomorrow for the 2013 eLearning Africa Conference! We’ll be providing Bizcommunity with constant info to help keep you updated with all the happenings from the conference! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter too for more info as well as pics of the conference and the SACOB stand.

KZN Career Day

SACOB attended the KZN Career Expo today, was great to chat to so many students.

Don’t forget to come visit us tomorrow and Saturday at the CTICC for Cape Town’s Student Expo, stand number 7.