By Wayne Strydom About four years ago, our school embarked on its journey with tablets in the classroom. Initially it was a bring your own device scenario, meaning that any tablet device was allowed onto […]
Troll A troll is someone who posts a provocative message on a newsgroup, forum or message board with the intention to start an argument. We all know at least one of these personally – they sit […]
Driving to work, stuck in crazy traffic, I thought I’d just record my thoughts on Computer Applications Technology. Here is an unedited and UNCENSORED (ja, I just wrote that so you’d watch the video) video […]
The first Hands-on Theory Conference was a great success – thank you to Marjorie Raijmakers who dared to share her dream with me! A big thank you to all the exhibitors as well as the teachers and […]
Teaching theory in Computer Applications Technology should not be done ‘theoretically’. There should be a practical, tangible element that students can physically engage with to reinforce the concepts being taught. I have decided to try […]
Available in the store is the HTML for Students presentation. It contains pretty much everything your students need to know for HTML. The slides take you through explanations, visual examples and the code. CAPS-compliant.
I am extremely excited to announce that Marjorie Raijmakers and I will be hosting the first of its kind Hands-on Theory Conference for learners. We hope to make this a yearly conference where learners can […]