Khanya Project brings Smartboard Technology to Tafelberg School The Guardian, August 2011
The school management and School Governing Boday has as their vision to make quality teaching and learning easily accessible to teachers and learners.
To this end the school has funded one of the best IT systems in any school in the Western Cape, giving many of our learners easy access to alternative assessment and electronic learning devices.
As part of our drive to incorporate the latest technology, we are aiming to have Smartboard Technology in every classroom. The Khanya project has kindly already donated 6 Smartboards to the school.
This technology not only captures the imagination and interest of the learners, but also gets them involved in lessons as the boards are interactive, and in the words of Benjamin Franklin: Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
The Tafelberg school community would also like to thank Alderman Councilor James Vos for his steadfast interest in, and support of, Tafelberg and all children with special educational needs. His willingness to always listen and obtain assistance for the school shows his passion for special needs education.