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Professional Development Training for Teachers

Teaching in the 21st-century context is at an exciting crossroads between technological innovation and traditional teaching methods. This can be challenging at times where it may seem an impossible task to provide balanced teaching that is relevant to the modern student. As a 21st-century educator, it is important to have knowledge about these models for teaching, as they fundamentally challenge what we have traditionally used in education.

ITSI’s professional development courses aim to empower educators to make informed decisions about their 21st-century teaching.

Our Professional Development modules include:

  • Change management
  • Ongoing educator training on software features
  • Initial software training for educators and role-players
  • Initial mobile device training for educators and students

Professional Development Modules

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To support your transition to a blended learning model, we provide a variety of educator training modules endorsed by the South African Council for Educators (SACE). Select a module below for more information.

Thinking about how we teach and why we teach

A holistic approach in bridging CAPS and e-learning

Understanding the critical skills

Understanding your students' generation

21st-century Educator

Preparing for your technology enriched lessons

Think Teach

CAPS and E-learning

21st-century Learning

21st-century Student

21st-century Educator

Classroom time redesigned

PowerPoint with purpose

21st-century schools – a balancing act

Recipes for successful blended teaching

Flipped Classroom

Presentation Tools

Implementing E-learning

Change Management

Blended Learning

Enquiry Form

E-learning for Educators Modules start from R350 per person and school packages can be negotiated for groups larger than 20.
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Terms and Conditions

  • A minimum of 20 participants per workshop is required and school packages can be negotiated. Often a collaborative event between schools is the most fruitful.
  • Please allocate adequate time to provide ITSI with the contact details of the attendees. They will need to peruse course content before attending the workshop. The content can be viewed on smartphones, tablets, or laptops.