We Eat, Breathe and Live Education!
Teacher’s Monthly started in 2007 as a simple e-mail magazine that we sent out to no more than 200 contacts. Today, we’ve increased to over 4,000 subscribers, so we decided to launch this online resource in 2009, dedicated to teachers, parents and pupils. We keep up on the latest in education and write about it every chance we get.
Perhaps the most remarkable yet overlooked aspect of the South African teaching community is its enthusiastic, passionate spirit. Every day, thousands of talented, hard-working teachers gain new insight from their work and come up with brilliant, inventive and exciting ideas. Teacher’s Monthly aims to bring teachers closer and help them share knowledge and resources.
Our aim is twofold …
- To keep South African teachers, parents and pupils updated and informed with the latest news and resources.
- To give teachers, parents and pupils the opportunity to express their views on education.
Who Produces this Fantastic Resource?
There is a company behind Teacher’s Monthly called EvaluNet. They give us the tools and resources to carry out our aims. EvaluNet develops educational software and training for teachers and learners. They’re a national company, have been around since 1995 and believe in establishing long lasting relationships with their customers.
If you’re a teacher or principal, we suggest you visit EvaluNet’s website – www.evalunet.com.
And then of course, our star team of contributors! We have a dedicated team of passionate volunteer writers, bloggers and reviewers who take education very seriously. These guys and girls write, source and develop all the content you read on our website and monthly magazine. We also have a number of guest authors who post great articles from time to time.
- Number of subscribers to the Magazine: 4,00+
- Average number of unique visitors to site per month: 33,409
- Number of countries with visitors to our site: 132
Mr M, he’s our mascot …
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