Our 2020 webinar series wrapped up this month and, while we'll be back in the new year, here are the key updates from this month.
Got game? You've got a ticket to studying in the US
Heidi Sulcas and Mendes spoke with Tamryn White, the Operations Manager at Aspire Atlantic. And just what is Aspire Atlantic? It's a sports scholarship consultancy that helps aspiring students study in the US. They're also based in South Africa and understand the nuances of the US curriculum, which guarantees any student keen to make the jump to studying in the USA is NCAA eligible, and that they'll find their best-fit college. What are you waiting? Here's what you need to do if you're a sportsperson keen for new adventures.
Take your online education experience to university
Did you know that you can study online with the University of Arizona (U of A)? The University of Arizona is a World Top 100 university and ranked 20th for public research. We sat down with Helen Hollingsworth about the U of A, and the exciting innovations launched at the university this year. In this 'new normal', the university is offering students the chance to complete their degree programmes online or with a blended on- and offline approach.
We hit the GHEX 2020 highlights with CambriLearn partner Mary Muriuki
We took a retrospective of the year's trends and developments in the homeschooling and home education space. Our CambriLearn partner, Mary Muriuki, attended the 2020 GHEX online summit. In addition to Mary offering insight on the African homeschooling model, this was a prime point from which to discuss and debate the current EdTech landscape.
Keen to join the conversation in 2021? Sign up for our next webinar session now!