Distance Educator, Brainline, says its online school will start virtually and uninterrupted on 25 January as planned.
You’ve written your final paper and now the long wait for the results begins. This is true for thousands of learners as the Class of 2020 will finish writing their final exams within the next two weeks.
Head of Assessment Aspects at Brainline, Karen Reynecke, talks about the role of technology to curb the leaking of matric exam papers.
Head of Assessment Aspects at Brainline, Karen Reynecke, talks to Channel Africa and Pretoria FM about the role of technology to curb the leaking of matric exam papers.
Home Education Provider, Brainline, has proposed that technology should be used to prevent and reduce the leaking of exam papers.
With exams in process, tension may be high and the bundles of nerves can cause havoc. Exams, studying and revision can be stressful, but staying motivated during exams is important.
Gr 12’s sitting for their final exams should receive adequate support to cope with final exam stress
Close to a million matric learners will start their final exams later this week. Online school and home education provider, Brainline, has stressed the importance of providing students with adequate support to cope with this mammoth task.
Brainline CEO, Coleen Cronje, speaks to Lotus FM, Channel Africa, Lesedi FM, Munghana Lonene FM and Umhlobo Wenene FM.
CEO Coleen Cronje gesels oor ‘E-learning is here to stay’ with Overvaal Stereo, Radio Helderberg, Kosmos Stereo en Radio Laeveld.
Listen to interviews done by Brainline on Radio Helderberg on e-learning
South Africa’s education landscape has been reshaped forever, with e-learning possibly addressing shortage of public schools
Distance Educator, Brainline, says the recent Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped basic education forever and has highlighted the importance of e-learning for the future which could address the current shortage of public schools. Hundreds of thousands of learners were affected by the school closures which kicked-off in March and saw the last learners only return to class at the end of August. Brainline CEO, Coleen Cronje, says never before have we witnessed educational disruption on such a scale.
Learners who have a barrier to learning or a medical condition which impacts their ability to perform in exams, may apply for accommodations or concessions. These are valid when the learner writes formal assessments such as tests and examinations.
A continuously developing skill and challenge for most people is ‘Time Management’. We often wish that a day had more than 24 hours.