AIMSSEC, the Schools Enrichment Center of AIMS South Africa, has been working for a number of years to create a book series to support self-help teacher workshops. In April 2016, CUP (Cambridge University Press) published the first book in this series: Mathematical Thinking in the Lower Secondary Classroom. Since […]
AIMS South Africa and AIMSSEC activities which took place from 7 to 11 March included visits to local high schools by staff members and women role models in STEM fields, a public lecture and a panel discussion by women scientists. The public lecture by Prof. Nicola Mulder, Computational Biology Group, UCT […]
The grade 11 and the grade 12 learners at I. D. Mkhize Secondary School and Gugulethu Comprehensive School were invited to AIMS South Africa on 21 May 2016, where they received valuable information regarding career guidance, university and bursary applications.
AIMSSEC and AIMS South Africa collaborated with Grand West Casino to begin a Saturday School tutoring project at I. D. Mkhize Secondary School and Gugulethu Comprehensive School, held from February to June 2016. This project was made possible by the dedication and commitment of Celiwe Ngwenya, CSI Project Coordinator of […]
On Saturday September 14, AIMSSEC ran telematic sessions from Stellenbosch University for 67 teachers on the ACE course. A telematic session is a live broadcast, recorded in a state of the art studio which can be viewed by participating teachers at special centres. The teachers are invited to attend one […]
AIMSSEC, with partners in UK, Ireland, Norway, Holland, Germany, France and Italy, is to research ways to help low achieving learners to be more successful in school mathematics with funding from the EU Science in Society Programme.