Snapplifyhas been invited to partner with Innovation Africa –Africa’s Official Ministerial Summit, for the second consecutive year. The event welcomes education ministers, senior government officials, and other leading decision makers from over 40 African countries.
Now in its seventh year, Innovation Africa facilitates strategic conversations between thought leaders in education, innovation and ICT. This year’s event takes place in Maputo, Mozambique.
Known for its award-winning innovations in the EdTech space in Africa and a wide range of features on its Snapplify for Educationplatform, Snapplify has become a top choice for schools looking to embrace digital learning.
Earlier this year, Snapplify was recognised by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) as one of the Companies to Inspire Africa for 2017. The company also won an SAB Innovation Award and was nominated for the 2017 Eduweek Awards.
Snapplify CEO, Wesley Lynch, says:
Snapplify is committed to providing unique solutions to support blended learning in schools. We are looking forward to joining other highly respected companies and key decision makers in these important discussions about the future of education in Africa.
In 2017, Snapplify has rolled out eLearning solutions to just under 1000 South African schools, and run digital learning pilots in Kenyan schools. Here, Snapplify’s award-winning Snappbox – a hardware distribution solution for eBooks – has been used to increase affordable access to digital books where internet connectivity is limited or expensive.
Several ADESSA members exhibited at the Cape Town EduWeek event in Cape Town on 4-5 October 2017.
A steady stream of teachers and education department officials visited the different stands and listened to the presentations. ADESSA is proud to be a strategic partner of EduWeek … together we are rendering a big service to education.
Snapplify, a member of ADESSA, is proud to have been invited to participate in this year’s principals’ conference in Cape Town, 22-25 September 2017. They will be showcasing their suite of eReading and eLearning solutions.
In response to changing education environments and approaches to learning, the theme of the 2017 ICP Convention is Brain Waves of Change. Snapplify is committed to enabling easier access to digital learning, and is proud to be included in this important event.
Shaun Marshall, accounts manager at Snapplify, says:
At Snapplify, we’re passionate about education and we believe in the digital learning revolution. We’re pleased to be connecting with school principals and providing digital learning solutions to schools, making eBooks both accessible and affordable.
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On Thursday, 1 December 2016. a number of ADESSA members and SchoolAdvisor members came together at the offices of Investec in Cape Town to explore collaboration opportunities. The event was sponsored by Investec.
After brief introductions about Investec, ADESSA and SchoodAdvisor the attendees, all seated around tables strung together to form one long table, had the opportunity to “speed date” the person sitting directly opposite. After 4 minutes, at the sound of a bell, all shifted clockwise two places to the left, to find a new partner.
All in attendance agreed that it was time well spent. New contacts were made and the potential for future partnerships is positive. A similar event is planned for Gauteng early in 2017.
Partnerships are important for running successeful projects in education. ADESSA and SchoolAdvisor have joined forces to enable the members of both organizations to find potential partners.
It is amazing to see what ADESSA members get up to!
Sangari South Africa, the provider of learning solutions, has launched the ‘F1 in Schools Technology Challenge’ 2016 race season in its search for a team to represent South Africa at the World Finals in 2017. The aim is for learners, between the ages of 11 and 19, to design, manufacture and race their own miniature Formula One cars.
The F1 in Schools Technology Challenge has become well-known worldwide as an educational competition that actively promotes Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). There are over 44 countries participating, making it a prestigious and fun event where the value of learning is showing exceptional results.
“Registration for the programme is free for all schools in South Africa,” said Bez Sangari, MD of Sangari South Africa. “The F1 competition focuses on blended learning through a cross curricula approach where learners physically apply what is learnt in the classroom. The true value lies in how learners take ownership of their own learning.”
The teams wishing to enter the official competitions on regional, provincial, national or international level would have to source sponsorships as these have different entry costs. Teams would also need to source sponsorship for manufacturing their F1 cars.
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