Custom –made school management system for high schools & colleges in Zimbabwe. EduPro is a school management system that enables school to use and operate many of integrated interrelated modules and manages the administration of school efficiently. Due to its ever growing and competitive nature, the education sector has always been in need of a quality solution to manage and serve the school resources efficiently. This sector is giving number of solutions to schools like
We conducted a 2 day students workshop at Harare High School - Mbare Computer Lab Equipment HP Core i3 Deskstop  * 14 All in One HP * 3 Projector * 1 HP printer * 1
TEN top schools drawn from all the country’s provinces will battle for supremacy at the inaugural CBZ Schools Debate Championship set for this afternoon at Rainbow Towers Hotel in Bulawayo. Name of School Website Url Province Mutasa Primary School www.mutasaprimary.ac.zw   Harare Murehwa Central Primary School www.murehwacentralprimary.ac.zw   Mashonaland East Lady Tait Primary www.ladytaitprimary.ac.zw   Mashonaland West St Joseph Makoni Primary www.stjosephmakoni.ac.zw   Manicaland Welton Primary www.weltonprimary.ac.zw Matebeleland South Bindura Primary www.binduraprimary.ac.zw Mashonaland Central Mabhugudhwane
Technology has struggled to find its way into the classroom in all sorts of ways, from projectors and televisions to computer labs and student laptops. Along with improving the way students are taught, it is also vitally important that students learn to use computers to improve their own work and prepare for careers in a world where computers have become as common as the pencil and paper. 1. Modernizing Education Education has benefited from the
THE Zimbabwe Examinations Council (Zimsec) is printing part of the November public examination papers in the United Kingdom to avoid leakages, it has been revealed. Zimsec has its own printing facility in Norton and also contracts Fidelity printers to print O’ and A’ Level exam papers. Eddie Mwenje, the examination body’s board chairperson, although not confirming that some of this year’s examination papers were being printed in the UK, said it was not the first
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eLearning Technologies the leading company in designing and hosting school websites in Zimbabwe is doing an end of year roundup of preparing Zimsec computer science students for there final projects (Visual Basic .Net & WordPress) We are equipping exam classes to master their tasks. You invite us to your school and will conduct a 2 days marathon tutoring programming  &  web design. The following are our classes A Level Exam Class        
CICs: Community Information Centres To date, POTRAZ has established 147 CICs while 9700 individuals have been trained in ICT efficiency. The CICs are established at post offices offering internet and other ICT related services to communities. Between October 23, 2017 and December 31, 2017, a total of 4 114 people underwent training at the CICs. Potraz courier services executive officer Lazarus Makuvise, said more CICs were set to be established across the country as part
School tasks dropped from curriculum. Secondary school pupils will no longer be compelled to conduct subject-based tasks introduced in the new curriculum with Government saying the added activities were a burden to learners, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima has said. The new curriculum introduced in 2017 said pupils should complete a task per subject every term. Speaking to The Sunday Mail, Prof Mavima said: “We have totally scrapped the issue of tasks, so
POSTAL Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) has embarked on an ambitious project to train rural folks computer literacy in a bid to promote appreciation of new technologies at grassroots level. The move is being championed through Community Information Centres which are still being set up in most parts of the country. Briefing Journalists in Kadoma recently, POTRAZ Director General, Dr Gift Machengete said they had already trained 8114 people last year and they were
The implement of eLearning solution in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education in Zimbabwe faces tremendous challenges which are characterized by lack of resource, Lack of computer skills, Poor internet connectivity, lack of knowledge and enlightenment among the school Admin and SDC, no clear roadmap from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. So one observed that The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education in Zimbabwe has limited human resource capacity to introduce ICTs
The importance of ICT in the educational development tends to hold much water since it is an ongoing process which needs legitimate partnership between two ministries so as to promote each other in the main stream development. The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education should work hand in a glove with the Ministry of ICT so as to better the education system through establishing Wi-Fi networks and introducing Digital Computer Literacy in both Primary and
When Zimbabwe gained its independence from colonial rule in April 1980, the majority of her people lacked the opportunities and facilities for quality secondary schooling, most only finishing several years of primary schooling. Over the first 25 years of independence, Zimbabwe’s population of over 13 million has witnessed incredible strides in school expansion, teacher training, and resource improvement. As a result, Zimbabwe continues to boast the highest literacy rate in sub-saharan Africa and sends the
What is Community Based Digital Computer Literacy? Definition: Community Based Digital Computer Literacy is a developmental approach or system which is communally oriented which promotes computer literacy through community participation, Ministry of ICT intervention and stakeholder inclusion especially in rural areas. The term Community Based Digital Computer Literacy recognizes the participation of the local community with other local stakeholders like Business Enterprises and the surrounding business entities in eradicating computer illiteracy in educational system. It
What is Educational Exodus? The educational exodus is a process whereby the culture of study in the education system is being transformed into the modern day study, due to global effort, characterized by the influence of Information Communication and Technology [ICT] in the educational system. The culture of study is smoothly transformed at different levels especially in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, not forgetting the tertiary industry which engulfs colleges and universities whereby
PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Paul Mavima has called for maximum co-operation from parents as he seeks to review and improve the new education curriculum introduced by his predecessor, Lazarus Dokora. Addressing school heads, teachers, ministry officials and other stakeholders at Mzilikazi High School in Bulawayo yesterday, Mavima said: “We want to move beyond basic literacy because it is how the wealth of a nation is created and that’s what we ought to do as