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Lourens Erasmus TOGI
One of our Founding Directors said at one stage: Two Oceans Graduate Institute should be the best teacher education institution in the world. I asked myself what the meaning of this remark could be coming from a humble spirit such as Dr Ali Adam. I said to myself, just work hard and do your utmost...
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Team Gradient TOGI
There is a growing trend in the sport of cycling regardless of the difficult economic conditions as cycling requires expensive equipment. Yet,, many South Africans take up cycling for several reasons – being health-conscious, competitive road and mountain bikers, and commuting as eco-friendly or/and affordable means. However, we find another reason for Team Gradient to...
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Teachers Discovering Computers TOGI
TOGI staff member, Dr Isabel Tarling with the new publication that she edited in collaboration with Gunter & Gunter: Teachers discovering computers. Teachers Discovering Computers Dr Tarling is an ICT Integration specialist, holds a PhD in Education Technologies and Teacher Professional Development from UCT, and is director of Limina’s learning design division. Her extensive experience...
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Reinventing Teaching Practice During the Covid-19 Lockdown TOGI
‘Schools are closed, but learning is open,’ due to the lockdown announced by President Ramaphosa on 23 March, caused concern and panic for parents and teachers. Decisions and preparations to address the matter of schooling and teaching had to be made in a short time to address the situation unfamiliar to 21st century citizens. News and...
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TOGI Responds to Lockdown due to the Outbreak of Covid19
Following the announcement by the President on 23 March, with a complete lockdown for all South Africans citizens due to the Covid19 outbreak, at TOGI, plans were immediately put in place and students and staff informed. Fortunately TOGI students are in the ideal situation to have all their teaching and learning presented in a fully...
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Raeesa Mohamed Ryklief TOGI
The holistic health and development of our students is of paramount importance to us as an institution which considers the interests of our students very seriously. This was the impetus for us to begin conversations focusing on student support. The TOGI Student Support platform was launched in February 2020 in response to what we saw...
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tertiary teacher education TOGI
Prof Rudolph Britz of the Department of Philosophy at the University of the Free State visited the Two Oceans Graduate Institute on 5 February 2020 to facilitate a teacher development session on the role of research at a tertiary teacher education institution. It is the vision of the Two Oceans Graduate Institute to be a...
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TOGI Student
Ms Alexander, B Ed Intermediate Phase student at TOGI, became aware of a need and started an initiative to uplift and empower people in her community. This project is for adults who could not finish school and want to improve their education, gain matric and possibly some further qualification.
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Georina Westraadt TOGI EASA
TOGI Head of Intermediate Phase attended the Education Association of South Africa (EASA) conference from 12 – 15 January 2020, hosted by the Sol Plaatje University in Kimberley. Dr. Georina Westraadt presented a paper titled: The rationale for, and implementation of online learning.’ There was great interest shown from delegates in the work done at TOGI. Included...
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