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Tag: Ministry of Education
Online Form One Application EMAP site is down, or at least is seems like it…
Econet makes changes to e-learning platform Ruzivo; adds Shona, Ndebele & other subjects & content is free
Ministry of Education’s new high school curriculum sets 10 subject maximum, computers & other STEM subjects optional
Ministry of Education’s eMAP system processes over 60% of applications, scores successes despite technical challenges
Ministry of Education accused of stealing idea for eMAP online enrolment system
Schools reportedly abandoning Ministry of Education’s eMAP online system, resorting to traditional enrolment
What happens after you apply for a Form 1 place through eMAP, the Ministry of Education’s system?
Over 5,500 applications submitted so far through Ministry of Education’s online enrolment system
Ministry of Education extends deadline for Form 1 boarding school enrolment as online system faces challenges
Your questions on the Ministry of Education’s online enrolment system for Form 1 places answered here
Ministry of Education advises people struggling with online enrolment to approach schools for assistance
These Zimbabwean entrepreneurs were backed by Microsoft and now want to transform local education
Econet to launch Ruzivo, a zero-rated e-learning platform
Computers should not be a course
The 5 reasons why e-learning startups in Zimbabwe do not succeed
Who are we kidding, Zimbabwe isn’t ready for smartphones in schools
Yes, Dokora is right, bring your cell phone to school.
Perhaps the Honorable Minister Lazarus Dokora has a point
e-learning in Zimbabwe: the reality behind bringing mobile phones into the mix
Econet expands into primary school education. And no this is not EcoSchool
Websites to complement the Zimsec website
Can we please have IT at the front and centre of education reforms?