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A news page for teachers, parents and administrators sharing latest information and best practice in inclusive education
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7 Free Education Websites You Don't Want to Miss - Goodnet

7 Free Education Websites You Don't Want to Miss - Goodnet | Inclusive Education | Scoop.it
Home schooling is for grownups too!

Via Teach n' Kids Learn
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Access to knowledge is limitless for those who are connected.
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Teach n' Kids Learn's curator insight, May 3, 2016 7:20 AM
This might be a short list but it has so many uses and depth of things to use.
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8 countries leading the way in online education | ICEF Monitor ...

8 countries leading the way in online education | ICEF Monitor ... | Inclusive Education | Scoop.it
South Africa is one nation that has begun to capitalise on all the benefits that digital education can offer. They’ve developed nationwide online resources like EduNet and Thutong and offer online courses at both the high school and college levels through institutions all over the country.
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Education Systems Should Change - Geingob - AllAfrica.com

Education Systems Should Change - Geingob - AllAfrica.com | Inclusive Education | Scoop.it

Prime Minister Geingob of Namibia opened the 2013 8th e-learning Africa conference 2013 in Windhoek, co-hosted by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) and the Ministry of Education. He said the complexities and demands of the 21st century make change an absolute imperative, adding innovation in the 21st century is so crucial for growth and development and links to knowledge society development. He further said African nations need to move away from conservative and traditional approaches to learning and teaching, which he says are prevalent in most education systems and focus on the requirements for knowledge economy and society development.

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by making more effective use of education technology, education systems in Africa can achieve greater equality of opportunity.

 

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