The Department of Basic Education initiated e-learning (paperless classroom) programs with the aim to improve learning by providing digital textbooks and put an end to schools having to wait for "delayed" textbooks.
Creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush, explores the evolution of learning and how it has changed the method of teaching in the classrooms.
According to Bush, the world is changing and the technological change has been brought into the classrooms to bring about relevant and up-to-date education.
Listen to the full conversation on The Redi Tlhabi Show:
The world is changing and with the disruption of technology, education is not going to be left out of that cycle of disruption— Nikki Bush - Parenting expert
Children today in their everyday lives, in rural or urban areas, all have access to screens and technology. The classroom can become a reflective of the real world.— Nikki Bush - Parenting expert
Cell phones are more accessible to people today than running water— Nikki Bush - Parenting expert
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