Learning Mentors

Educators cannot and should not attempt to change systems by themselves as all citizens – students; parents; teachers, administrators, business, opinion leaders; media; and elected public officials – share the responsibility to revitalize the content and delivery of education.

Cost-effective information and communications technologies provide important tools to break down the isolation often prevalent in traditional education and assist educators and students connect with their peers and the flexible world of information outside the face-to-face  delivery methods of the classroom.

The success  of education depends  on communities first understanding  the need for change, processing information about current and proposed educational practices, and developing user-friendly ways which assist and sustain change.

Whether individually, or through your school or organisation, the E-Team can help you with supporting material and activities to bring a fresh and rich approach to keeping students engaged, intrigued, and excited as they learn while having fun.