The SAHISA Conference 2016 took place from 11 – 15 September in Cape Town.
The following presentations from the Conference are available for download. Please note that some presentations are not available due to copyright restrictions.
Trends in Independent Schooling ISASA Executive Director Lebogang Montjane explores the current trends shaping independent education, both in Southern Africa and the world. He speaks to political, economic and cultural trends.
ISASA Chairman's Report Melvin King's Chairman's Report to the SAHISA Conference 2016. He touches on the size and scope of the independent school sector as well as ISASA's position in the sector and education worldwide.
School Architecture Architect Michál Cohen of Walters & Cohen presents on school architecture, observations from research into good design, and meeting 21st century design needs for independent schools.
The Price of Privilege Jonathan Manley, Executive Principal at St Mary's DSG Kloof, presents on the often-overlooked price of privilege and expectation in independent schools: anxiety disorders, learned helplessness, disconnection.
The Power of Play What do most Nobel Laureates, entrepreneurs, artists and well-adjusted children have in common? They play enthusiastically throughout their lives. A discussion with Margot van Ryneveld.
Managing Educational Change The most stable fact about organisations, including schools and colleges, is that they change. So what could we be doing differently to manage this change? Presented by Simon Weaver.
Diversity in Hair Policies Stuart Harrison explores the legal framework surrounding diversity in hair policies at South African independent schools. What does the Constitution say and how have courts interpreted complaints?
#Whatelsemustfall Thomas Hagspihl, headmaster of St Martin's School, examines #WhatElseMustFall in South Africa, informed by a trip to Europe and visits to sites related to the Second World War and the Holocaust.
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