Job Shadow expanded to include School Talks

The CESA Job Shadow Initiative has been expanded to include School Talks by individuals or organisations, who do not participate in the main Job Shadow programme. The School Talks were necessitated by the fact that many learners continue to struggle with Mathematics and end up doing Mathematics Literacy which limits them in their later career choices. “I now understand what engineering is about and I find transportation engineering very interesting,” said a learner from Bhekizulu Senior Secondary School. “I thought this was just a matter of taking these kids to site and back. I was extremely moved by how well this event was organised. The level of information conveyed to the learners and the motivation and techniques you shared with them. We shall take this to the classroom and improve the quality of teaching and learning at my school,” noted Bhekizulu Senior Secondary School Deputy Principal.



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