Teachers invited to join coding and robotics workshop
The University of Johannesburg, in collaboration with several partners, will host a virtual workshop to upskill teachers in coding and robotics skills.
The importance of 4IR in SA
Software AG, in partnership with E&T Minerals, Africa Teen Geeks and UNICEF, will modernise the computer lab and library facilities at Tsiki Naledi Secondary School in Hendrina, Mpumalanga.
Africa Teen Geeks announces Afronovate
Africa Teen Geeks CEO, Lindiwe Matlali, will be one of the key speakers at the 2021 Africa Tech Week Summit.
Africa Teen Geeks celebrates International Day of Mathematics
The organisation has partnered with the University of Johannesburg, Northcliff Rotary Club and UNICEF to honour the International Day of Mathematics later this month.
Introducing coding at school from a teacher’s perspective
Coding has the potential to transform from being another subject to becoming a literacy, but it will take a collaborated effort from all relevant stakeholders to achieve this.
Africa Teen Geeks continues to equalise access to quality education
In partnership with Apodytes and Unicef South Africa, the company is running free holiday coding and robotics classes from 4-22 January.
Africa Teen Geeks founder receives global recognition
Lindiwe Matlali is among 23 international change-makers honoured for their work in advancing social innovation.
Digital school expands to TV as school calendar remains in limbo
With no back-to-school strategy in place for 13 million South African learners, the STEM Lockdown Digital School expands to two DStv channels.
STEM Lockdown Digital School begins today
Africa Teen Geeks, in partnership with the Department of Basic Education, kick-starts its STEM Lockdown Digital School across social media platforms today.
Back to school: Robotics, coding curriculum pushed back
The education department stalls on coding and robotics curriculum, planning to kick-start the pilot only at the beginning of the second term.
DBE to use AI platform to support robotics curriculum
Virtual intelligence educational platform Ms Zora will be introduced in 70% of SA’s 24 000 government schools by 2023.