“I recently read the fascinating story of how Google evolved into the search engine it is today. From all accounts, it began as an exercise by two students at Stanford University, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who were intent on creating software that combed through billions of documents and websites on the internet. Their big…Details
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Our Faculty of Education offers a variety of programmes to ensure career opportunities for teachers in different phases. Read more about how you can become a teacher, or if you are unsure – see what options are available for you.
Embury offers select accredited and registered programmes through distance learning. Our distance education ensure that you are not limited to residential institutions, have no loss of income when you work and study, and can fit your studies around your lifestyle.
CPTD Courses for Teachers
In the same way that professional people (such as doctors or lawyers) are expected to develop their skills and knowledge every year after they have qualified, teachers are now also expected to further develop their professional skills.
A partnership spanning 18 years between three individuals dedicated to an institution that produced the very best teachers, culminated recently in the launch of Embury Institute for Higher Education’s new Musgrave Campus. One of three new state-of-the-art facilities, the campus – the former synagogue on the old Essenwood Road whose façade still stands – is…Details
The days of developing gross motor skills in children by letting then climb trees and fine motor skills by helping them make kites are long gone. So says Michael Mthethwa, Physical Education Specialist Lecturer at the Embury Institute for Higher Education [Musgrave Campus]. “So too are games in the park, walks on the beach, leaving…Details