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  • 1. Educator Empowerment Gauteng EE Gauteng Provincial Manager Julius O Themba T Ruth M Emily M Serufe M FP SETA IP Projects Coordinator Administrator Math FP Bidvest Math FP Bidvest ICT Facilitator Bidvest Math Gr1 ACE Math ACE Science IP Support Technology facilitator facilitator Research
  • 2. EE Gauteng history timeline 2004-2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 + + + ARP Project SEED KD Peermont (?) Bidvest Alex Soweto SEED 75 FP teachers + ABSA IP R350,000 Toyota IP Yeshiva ICT 120 teachers NS ICT 180 teachers New Settlers R1,4M SABJE SEED IP R700,000 (500 teachers) R2M R2.2M-R3.1M (?)
  • 3. Staff and funds 2004-2009 Staff Funds 6 R 2,500,000 5 R 2,000,000 4 R 1,500,000 3 Funds Staff R 1,000,000 2 R 500,000 1 R0 0 2004-5 2006 2007 2008 2009 2004-5 2006 2007 2008 2009 • 2004 = 75 teachers • 2009 = 500 teachers
  • 4. EE Models of interventions SEED CBS Mathematics Science Technology Partnering ICT Workshops with HEI
  • 5. Mathematics Mathematics results Mathew Effect – Illustration Average scores of learners in the systemic evaluation 3.5 Grade 3 Grade 6 2007 2005 3 Systemic Evaluation, 2007 Systemic Evaluation, 2005 2.5 Literacy Numeracy Mathematics Science 2 Expected achievement Actual achievement 1.5 36% 35% 27% 41% 1 0.5 0 Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3
  • 6. Bidvest- Numeracy FP Workshops CBS
  • 7. Set of books Singapore South Africa
  • 8. Teachers’ profiles Baseline study • Most teachers (97%) have passed matric while only 23% have passed matric mathematics Percentage Grade Mathematics Completed 45.00% 40.00% 35.00% 30.00% 25.00% 20.00% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00% Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Less than Grade 4
  • 9. Learner test results per school 0 School I School J School C School D School H School L School G School F School A School B School E School K -2 -4 School average at baseline School average at interim -6 Project average at baseline Project average at interim -8 -10 -12 • All schools showed improvement in learner achievement, but amount of improvement varied. • Three of the four best performing schools at the interim (i.e. school B, D, E and L) are in the Singapore programme • Three of the four worse performing schools at the interim (i.e. school G, H, I and A) are in the SA programme • Four of the six schools who showed the best improvement (i.e. school A, B, D, E, K and L) are in the Singapore programme • Four of the six schools who showed the least improvement (i.e. school C, F, G, H, I and J) are in the SA programme.
  • 10. ACE Mathematics Soweto Ivory Park
  • 11. ACE Technology Results 2007 26 educators commenced 25 educators finished 13 schools in Ivory park 3 modules in 2006 2 modules in 2007 FDETE1A FDETE2B ACECE2C FDETE 4D FDETE 5E AVERAGE MARK 87 64.6 61.9 58 77.1 DISTINCTIONS 25 6 3 3 16
  • 12. Science and Technology effective global collaborators Knowledge Skills and Attitudes
  • 13. Science and Technology • SETA Course Foundation Phase • ACE Science/ Technology Intersen Phase Everyone reported that they had • Technology Course benefited more than they had ever envisaged and that ORT SA had helped beyond their expectations. They appreciated the professionalism which ORT SA conducted the contact sessions and commented on how co- operative the ORT staff were as well as noting that ORT staff had a “working spirit…(and were) always willing to help.” Ms. Liz Hoist External evaluator for the Soweto SEED project 2008
  • 14. increasingly digital Photo Source: http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino
  • 15. ICT intervention Computer skills to ACE students Yeshiva College computer skills • “I am so enjoying these lessons and have gained so much confidence!” Marion Soffer • “My facilitator is great and I am now computer literate” Jancy Fredman • “I am slowly gaining confidence and becoming more computer literate” Shoshana Wolfson • • “I feel that ORT SA has empowered us with excellent skills” • “Thank you for supporting us, we will be able to communicate via internet” • “Very informative and inspiring. I believe that such workshops are very inspiring to us educators” • “I got enlightened on computer logging ad internet searching”
  • 16. EE Gauteng Ahead Photo Source: http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino
  • 17. Keep on reflecting Source: http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino
  • 18. Aim High Photo source: http://www.google.com/ig
  • 19. lead innovation in education able to Photo Source: http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino
  • 20. constantly connected Source: http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino