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What do students NEED to know?

A colleague friend of mine says, “If a student can Google it faster than I can teach it, then why am I teaching it?” This is a fantastic question that cuts deep into my teacher soul. 620 more words


Do students really need to take a final exam?

I used to work really hard revising, refining, and developing a comprehensive final exam to give my students at the end of each semester. I was quite proud of each iteration of the exam as they became more challenging every year. 1,157 more words


Quitting Grades and Making It About Learning

After reading Starr Sackstein’s Hacking Assessments and The Schools Our Children Deserve by Alfie Kohn, I decided to take a huge risk. I made the transition to a No Grades class that focused on differentiation and growth. 684 more words


Penetration Testing

Week 4

Penetration testing refers to the security evaluation of a IT system by exploiting its vulnerabilities. It is important to understand the difference between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing. 380 more words


SDL Trados Studio 2017: A look at layouts

A few years ago, I wrote about the Intricacies of Display in SDL Trados Studio, explaining how to move windows around and customise the layout in the editor view.  765 more words

SDL Trados Studio

Source Code Analysis

Week 3

Security in any industry today is a major competitive advantage. Any attack on organization can reduce its credibility, decrease profits, reduce productivity and cost a lot of money. 312 more words


How the Skills Development Levy is 'Spent'

Companies that have an annual payroll over R500 000 and have registered by SARS and have filled EMP201 form and are paying 1% of their payroll to the Skills Development Levy to SARS. 237 more words

Discretionary Grants