Important to create a safe and stable environment for learners amid changes in reopening of school dates
Home Educator Provider Brainline, says amid the changes in the reopening of schools as announced this week by the Basic Education Department, it is of the utmost importance to create a safe and stable environment for learners.
To learn well we need to eat well and adopt a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Most of us are not as healthy as we should or could be and good health begins with making informed choices about the way we live and what we eat.
Home Education Provider, Brainline, has stressed the importance of parents needing to prepare and equip themselves for what it terms as ‘crisis homeschooling’.
Brainline CEO Coleen Cronje is interviewed by Newzroom Afrika ahead of the reopening of schools following the coronavirus lockdown
Brainline CEO Coleen Cronje is interviewed by Newzroom Afrika ahead of the reopening of schools following the coronavirus lockdown.
Watch the discussion lead by eNCAnews on the status of education as schools reopened for Gr 7 and 12’s on Monday, 8 June 2020. Brainline CEO, Coleen Cronje, shared insights into the home schooling sector
Brainline CEO, Coleen Cronje, is interviewed on RSG’s Monitor actuality programme on the process of registering a child for home schooling.
Brainline CEO, Coleen Cronje, is interviewed by ENCA on the process to register for home schooling.
Home Education Provider, Brainline, has reassured parents who are considering home schooling as an option not to be deterred by the process of registering for home education.
Brainline welcomes Basic Education Minister’s comments that homeschooling a viable option for parents uncomfortable sending children back to school amid Covid-19
Home education provider, Brainline, has welcomed comments by Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, that parents who are not comfortable sending their children to school next month over fears of the coronavirus pandemic, should consider home-schooling.
The June exams for Brainline’s Gr 8 – 9 learners started this week, while the Gr 10 – 12’s kicked off earlier this month. Ahead of the exams, teachers assist students with preparations and here is an overview of what this process entail:
Exam stress often stems from the fear of failure. During our recent Gr 10 – 12 sessions with psychologist, Tanya van de Water, she explained that there are two solutions for exam stress; an elegant solution and a practical solution.
Distance Educator, Brainline, says while the coronavirus and subsequent lockdown have wreaked havoc on basic education in general, it should also be seen as an opportunity by policymakers to introduce solutions that incorporate digital learning.