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“Without effort, your talent is nothing more than unmet potential. Without effort, your skill is nothing more than what you could have done but didn’t.”  ― Angela Duckworth More and more, grit is being highlighted as an essential trait for achieving long-term success. But what is it? Grit is a skill, developed over time, that …
By now, we’ve all had to adapt to the new rhythms of a digital world, including following a version of online learning. Although e-learning has been around for some time, its use has been greatly accelerated as we’ve been forced into our homes and onto our digital devices. Moving forward, most educational institutions will probably …
Are there any alternative to diving straight into university after school? What are my options? Is there any benefit gained in taking a gap year? These are just a few of the questions many young people face when finishing high school or university. But as bright as their futures all are, the reality is that …
Words: Slindile Xhakaza Education should be made relevant to the lives and aspirations of the children it aims to teach. This is especially true for the South African youth. The reality for many young people in South Africa is that they may come from extremely different backgrounds and lifestyles but challenges are not exclusive to …
Words: Megan Rich As principals, educators, parents, and guardians, we’re all asking ourselves, ‘How do we best prepare learners to succeed in this complex and fast-changing world?’ Although our present global challenges have forced our hands, limiting traditional classroom time through country-wide school closures, it is pushing us into a new and exciting era of …
Words: Megan Rich The simple truth is, no one knows what the future holds. What we can plan for is building personal resilience to manage stress, a trait that goes hand-in-hand with a constantly-changing world. Simply put, resilience is grit; it’s our ability to cope with adversity. Some attributes that contribute to a person’s resilience …

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