Annual Think Ahead iPad Education Summit inspires educators from across Africa Submission Details
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About Think Ahead
Think Ahead works in partnership with schools to support them in their 21st century teaching and learning journey. Think Ahead helps school practitioners design and implement the best possible education experiences for teachers and students – in the most cost-effective, sustainable and accessible way possible. Think Ahead offers a whole-school programme to lead schools through meaningful technology integration. www.thinkahead.co.za
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