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SA teachers not being prepared for the 21st century classroom

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SA teachers not being prepared for the 21st century classroom. Picture: iStock
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In the early days of the outbreak, the Covid-19 coronavirus was believed by many to be a form of bio weapon, by some a myth and to others it was a way to introduce the so-called new world order.

Equally important to note however is that, over and above scientific evidence and science-based measures implemented to curb the spread of it, the interpretation will be applied according to a person’s knowledge (or its limits thereof) and their context in adapting to the “new normal”.

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