Teach With Africa is proud to continue its long collaboration with its South African partners The Global Teacher’s Institute (GTI). GTI is a teacher development network committed to nurturing high-quality teachers through international exchanges and collaborative platforms. GTI’s Fellows are a cohort of South African teachers enrolled in the GTI program. Global Teacher’s Institute continued […]Read more about "GTI Fellows focuses on Social Responsibility Projects"
(Diepsloot, Johannesburg, South Africa) LEAP 4 moved into its new building at the start of 2020. LEAP moved from a hall that they were sharing with a primary school, which with the noise was a constant distraction for the students and teachers of LEAP 4. The school was incomplete at the end of 2019, but […]Read more about "Supporting our partners through COVID19 lockdowns"
Teach with Africa is thrilled to welcome Dr. Fay Hodza to his role as Executive Director for the Global Teachers Institute! Watch this brief video interview with Dr. Fay Hodza, as he tells us what he envisions for our partnership and for South Africa.Read more about "Partner Spotlight: Global Teachers Institute"
By the time I finally walked through the doors of the LEAP School for Science and Maths in Langa Township in Cape Town last summer, I had been hearing about the school for twelve years. Through my involvement with Teach With Africa, I had learned that the personal, social and economic losses, created by the gross inequities in math and science education enshrined by law under apartheid, are incalculable, even to this day.Read more about "A Visit to the LEAP School in Langa Township"
Crystal Polski Crystal Polski applied for the Teach With Africa GTI Educator Exchange fellowship because she wanted to expand her professional network to include teachers from South Africa. She was eager to learn with and from them about how they are working to meet their students’ needs and support them to create student-centered learning experiences […]Read more about "2019 Fellowship Team – Reflections"