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Maximising the impact of educators with limited resources
3 August @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Stellenbosch University’s Development and Alumni Relations Division warmly invites you to our World of Work Week — our annual career development event for young alumni. World of Work Week is a “town-hall” styled career discourse event where young alumni can ask alumni experts and industry pioneers questions, share their opinions, and challenge the current trajectory of the world of work.Ultimately, this discourse aims to assist you in assessing your current career path and influence you to build a path for success. For this week-long series, we have chosen four exciting topics.
Maximising the impact of educators with limited resourcesRSVP: Click here to join the MS Teams session.As young education graduates, there are challenges that may impact our ability to teach and influence pupils. Education systems are often under-resourced, educators are often overworked, and the lack of support structures in this new territory can lead to burnout. This discussion will focus on how to do the most with the limited support that is given to educators – both inside and outside of the classroom curriculum. Date: Wednesday, 3 August 2022 Time: 18:00 – 19:30 Where: Online Speakers: Dr Elzhan Rinquest, Lecturer at the Department of Education Policy Studies, Faculty of Education, in conversation with Lee-Ann Groenewald, Department Head and Visual Arts Teacher at The Children’s Art Centre, Dr Abraham de Villiers, Acorn Education’s Head of Education and Mkululi Nompumza, Academic Development Coordinator at the Centre for Creative Education
For further details or enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to welcoming you online!