Some highlights of the Spring 2015 Edition include:
- Lessons learned from a chalkboard: slow and steady technology integration, by Bradley Ermeling;
- “Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change…” St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls, Pretoria, goes to Nepal, by Angus Paterson;
- How to be a (pretty good) locum, by Lara van Lelyveld;
- Connections, not collections: the Molteno Library at Bishops Diocesan College, by Gerry Noel; and
- Moving forward with e4 – redefining teaching and learning, by Sally James.
The Spring 2015 edition also profiles:
- Al Ghazali College;
- Kobe Ramokgadi Advanced Learning Academy;
- Kildare Pre-Primary School; and
- Harriston School.
Independent Education is edited by Fiona de Villiers and the ISASA publications division is managed by David Lea.
Independent Education Spring 2015 is available to view online. Each ISASA member school also receives several copies of the printed magazine.