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Niël Rademan
TOGI salutes PGCE student Niël Rademan, impresario, on his unending endeavours to take the arts to the people living in towns such as Somerset West, Heidelberg, Paternoster and many more. Mr Rademan, himself an acclaimed musician and singer, makes sure that productions of the highest quality in a variety of genres such as music, theatre...
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Radical Solutions for Education in Africa
We at TOGI proudly congratulate lecturer Dr Isabel Tarling on the part she played in the publication of Olivier, J. & Burgos, D (Eds.) 2021. Radical Solutions for Education in Africa: Open education and self-directed learning in the continent, as chapter contributor.Chapter contributors are: Appavoo, R., Bensamka, F., Berrada, K., Bhunjun, U., Dhakulkar, A., El Kharki, K.,...
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education journey
Education, has truly become one of the most powerful weapons we can use to influence the world positively (Mandela, 2003). Through advancements in technology, curriculum and a blended learning approach, quality training of novice educators has become central to the effects education has on society, the economy and our personal well-being. My passion for the...
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I am a teacher
I vividly remember sitting in my grade 5 class, listening to my geography teacher reading stories from the Kinderensiklopedie during the last five or ten minutes of the day. I remember being transported to other countries and times. I remember the soothing voice of the huge man and for a couple of minutes, I could...
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mobile phones as computers TOGI
Education in the last few years has changed a great deal with the development of computer connectivity, the Internet, the lowering of data costs, and the recent push of ICT linked to the Covid pandemic. The changes in education require that teachers themselves become life-long learners and keep up with the changes. One change is using...
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online learning TOGI
Education worldwide has, and is currently undergoing a remarkable change, specifically in higher education. Educators and learners have at their disposal sets of tools that have altered the nature of teaching delivery and learning, and allowed more institutions to create courses and accredited qualifications for a partially or completely online audience. Online education can be...
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13 peaks challenge TOGI
TOGI Lecturer, Robert Henning summiting another peak Mr Robert Henning, a lecturer in BEd Intermediate phase education at Two Oceans Graduate Institute is busy with a 13 peaks challenge. Over 4 weekends he achieved his Multi-day badge, doing 11km, 18km, 28km, with his last run being 50km from Muizenberg Peak to Signal Hill this past...
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the leadership college TOGI
Two Oceans Graduate Institute would like to congratulate The Leadership College of Manenberg on behalf of the TOGI staff on the excellent matric results of The Leadership College in Manenburg. Their visionary work inspires us to do our work to the best of our ability to educate teachers and deliver graduates with the ability to...
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leadership skills through teaching TOGI
All teachers are leaders by designing and executing a vision for a classroom. This demanding role requires several skills while modelling behaviours that could develop dedication, strength and general responsibility for students in their lives. You will continue to draw upon these skills and experiences wherever you find yourself working for systems change and educational...
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easa award TOGI
We at TOGI are thrilled to announce that Dr Isabel Tarling is the recipient of the prestigious EASA AWARD: EMERGING RESEARCHER 2020 Who receives the EASA award: Emerging researcher? “This medal is awarded to a member of EASA with extraordinary achievements in the field of educational research as stipulated by the criteria and who has...
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