Grade 1-3

Edu-123-Go!

We like to play and learn!

Edu-123-Go! for Grade 1–3 empowers you as a parent/guardian to take control of your child’s most precious developmental years in the comfort of your own home.

An integrated approach that focusses on learning through play and fun activities.

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Brainline has developed our own Grade 1–3 programs, based on the CAPS requirements of the Department of Basic Education, with your child’s best interest at heart. Our integrated programme consists of a Home Language, a First Additional Language, Mathematics and Life Skills.
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Is Edu-123-Go! for Grade 1–3 the right product for you?

This is ideal if you:
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Want to combine the National Curriculum with your personal life experiences and timelines.

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Want the option to allow your child to complete formal assessment activities and obtain a Brainline report.

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Still want to comply with legal requirements.

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Do not require academic support.

Already in Grade 1, 2 or 3 but need to enrich your child’s learning experience?

If your child needs support and you want to extend your child’s school curriculum, thereby perfecting the skillsets essential for successful completion of the Foundation Phase, use this program simultaneously as an academic support program.

SUMMARY

Edu-123-Go! for Grade 1–3 at a glance

Admission requirements

The completion of the preceding grade is recommended.

Programme content

Available as printed, full-colour, theme-based modules, or as printable ebooks via your personal ebook library.

Facilitation

The parent/guardian is required to facilitate the child’s learning by guiding him/her through the activities.

Enrolment period

Enrolments are open throughout the whole year.

Duration

A suggested schedule that gives guidance on time management and planning is supplied.

Formal assessment activities

Optional Formal Final Assessment activities are available for June and/or November. The completed hard copies should be sent to Brainline.

OVERVIEW

Details of Edu-123-Go! for Grade 1–3

Brainline’s Edu-123-Go programme consists of a fully integrated, day-to-day, scheduled programme that allows your child to be actively involved in developing their skills in the prescribed learning areas. The lessons and resources contain clear guidelines, enabling you as the parent/guardian to guide your child through the required themes.

Self-assessment items are included. You, the parent/guardian, will decide when your child should complete these items, and you are responsible for assessing the items according to the marking guidelines provided.

If enrolled for the optional Formal Final Assessments, these must be downloaded from your child’s online profile on brainONLINE.

Once completed, the original hard copies must reach Brainline via courier or PostNet by the date indicated on brainONLINE. Please keep a copy for future reference.

Formal assessment is optional, but nevertheless an ideal opportunity to externally assess your child’s progress. If your child is enrolled for the formal assessment items, he/she will receive a Brainline report. This is highly recommended as external evidence of your child’s CAPS-compliant assessment and academic record for future academic prospects.

According to the Draft Policy on Home Education, a parent/guardian may set his/her own promotion and retention requirements, provided these are equal to or exceed the standard requirements as determined by the national promotion criteria.

Packages

Printed hard copies can be purchased from Credobooks

Please note that Credobooks is currently unable to deliver the printed hard copies due to the national lockdown; however, Brainline has turn-key online ebook solution for our clients. No need to wait for your hardcopy books. Order the ebooks online during registration.

The Brainline eReader

Navigate chapters. View content. Print what you need.

The Brainline eReader is our unique eBook viewer, designed in-house, where our students can access their textbooks in one convenient place.*

eReader compatibility

The Brainline eReader (which delivers all the study material) works with Windows 7 or above, and is also Mac compatible. It is currently not compatible with Android, iOS or other mobile devices.

Computer requirements

You will need the following hardware and software:

  • Licensed, updated Windows 7 or above (Windows XP is not supported).
  • Also Mac-compatible.
  • A word processing application.
  • A webcam and a microphone, and the necessary software to record with these.
  • A printer and scanner (You will need access to an A3 printer and scanner with EGD Grade 10 - 12, i.e. postnet)
Internet requirements

A stable internet connection is required to download updates for the Brainline eReader and other software, as well as to download and upload assessments on brainONLINE.

 

  • We highly recommend that you make use of a broadband internet connection.
  • A minimum of 5 GB is required per month for uploads/downloads and content. Another 20 - 50 GB is recommended for streaming and downloading Cloud school classes.
  • The Brainline eReader must be connected to the internet at least once every 29 days for license authentication.

 

Product Description

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Our Legacy

Brainline has over 30 years of passionate experience in distance education.

Brainline strives to be an innovative, quality-driven e-learning distance education institution. Celebrating 30 years in 2020, we continue to do what we love — enabling more and more learners to achieve their National Senior Certificate through innovative distance education solutions.

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