Adapt IT ICT project at Kwazamokuhle and Modilati Secondary School

Adapt IT ICT project

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AdaptT IT embarked on an ICT project that aimed to benefit three township schools in three provinces namely, Modilati Secondary School in Hammanskraal, Kwazamokuhle in Hendrina and Hlahlindlela High School in the village of Kwa-Ngcolosi. These projects have involved laptop resourcing and ICT educator development. Further, Hlahlindlela High School received tablets and laptops in the last quarter.

The project roll-out at Hlahlindlela, Modilati and Kwazamokuhle provided the three schools the opportunity to improve their computer laboratories and e-classrooms with cutting-edge smartboards, laptops for instructors, and tablets for Grade 12 learners. Educator development is continuously taking place at Hlahlindlela High School, to provide educators with knowledge and skills on how to best utilise computers and integrating ICT in teaching and learning. The availability of tablets and e-content to learners is greatly assisting matric learners during this period of rotational learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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