Taking learning to the next level

2017-05-30 06:00
Photo: media linkLaunching the Ace It! Study Guides in Durban is Warren Kliphuis, marketing director of Ace it!

Photo: media linkLaunching the Ace It! Study Guides in Durban is Warren Kliphuis, marketing director of Ace it!

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ACE It! is a study guide series that is a one-stop resource giving pupils all they need to “ace” their exams.

The guides where launched across the country last week. The creators, Shuter and Shooter have been in the text book industry for many years and understand curriculums and what pupils need.

By having a good study guide to help them revise and understand the subject content, much of the examination anxiety felt by both parents and pupils can be reduced.

parents now have the opportunity to equip their children with relevant study resources that are:

• easy to use;

• easy to understand; and

• will help their child to excel.

Brand ambassador of Ace It! study guides, Mfunde Radebe understands the importance of education in a child’s life.

His perseverance and thirst for knowledge earned him a full bursary to attend Harvard University in the U.S.

At the launch in Morningside, Durban last Tuesday, Radebe said: “I understand the importance education has in changing a life. These guides are what is needed for progress in education in South Africa and provides an opportunity for pupils to succeed.”

Marketing director of Ace It! Warren Kliphuis said that Shuter and Shooter have been in the education industry for a long time and this is their opportunity to give back in a small way.

“The idea of Ace It! was born a while ago and was developed for many years. The final result is years of work. With an understanding that all pupils are not the same, the aim was to develop something to help all pupils. Ace It! study guide material embraces this and will help pupils progress,” said Kliphuis at the launch.

Parents and pupils can rest assure that the Ace it! study guides are of a high quality, and have been written by subject and teaching experts.

“These study guides are designed to appeal to a wide range of pupils, whether they are auditory, visual or kinaesthetic, and focus on problem areas which pupils traditionally struggle with,” said Kliphuis.

The study guides present information in a variety of ways, taking into account the different learning styles and skills levels of the pupils.

The study guide series is now available for Grades 8 to 12 and includes the following major examinable subjects - accounting, Afrikaans FAL, business studies, economic and management sciences, English FAL, geography, history, Zulu FAL, life sciences, mathematics, natural sciences, physical sciences, technology and tourism.

The study guides are available in reputable book stores, or order online from www.aceitstudyguides.co.za - Supplied.

 

 

 

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