One of the biggest challenges facing many CAT teachers is the issue of the ‘theory’ and the consistently lower marks achieved by students as compared to the ‘practical’ papers. I have taught CAT for a […]
As a CAT teacher, one tends to focus primarily on Operating Systems such as Microsoft Windows. Teachers who are Mac users are far and few between, nevermind Linux! I use Windows, Mac and Linux. When […]
When marking tests, cycle tests or exams, I make use of acronyms that I explain to my students afterwards. It helps me to be able to make comments in an abbreviated way so I can […]
A fun poster for your classroom!
In South Africa, access to the Internet took place MUCH later than the rest of the northern hemisphere. With our dial-up 28.8 modems (I still remember 14.4) we withstood the screeching connection on our unstable […]
Although this has nothing to do with CAT or IT, it has to do with teachers. So many underestimate what teachers do, the stress and responsibilities of the job and the MANY long hours that […]