Kopskuif

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Saturday 16:00 17:00

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Kopskuif creates a platform where role-players can be heard. You can expect interviews with school principals, learners, parents, educational experts, external role players in education and educators. Education is everybody's responsibility and we want everyone to get involved. A project in partnership with the ATKV.



 

 

 

Kopskuif creates a platform for those with knowledge about education to discuss relevant issues. Discussions include current issues, creative teaching strategies and educational reform. The presenter, Melvina Mason is also the Project Manager for the Afrikaans Language and Culture Association (ATKV) in South Africa. She has 30 years’ experience across a broad spectrum of issues in school communities. She is known as a catalyst, problem solver, collaborator, critical thinker and a game-changer.

As life is constantly changing, we need to evolve, escape and overcome the challenges faced by our schools. With its many collaborators, Kopskuif plays a vital role in bringing a broader perspective to the subject of education. Collaborators actively seek solutions and strategies for growth.

The programme creates a platform where role-players can be heard. You can expect interviews with school principals, learners, parents, educational experts, external role players in education and educators. Education is everybody’s responsibility and we want everyone to get involved.

The education system has a direct influence on the future of our nation. We believe that Christians need to do their part in safeguarding, developing and influencing it. Kopskuif is an important show not only for educators, but also for parents. For educators to stay up to date with national and international thinking. For parents because it is their responsibility to know what their children face at school. Kopskuif also sometimes interviews high school pupils who have shown outstanding leadership. These shows serve as an inspiration for pupils, and we want to encourage parents to invite their kids to tune in with them on Radio Cape Pulpit for these testimonies.

If you have missed an important show, or you want to share a podcast with someone, then find it on our Kopskuif podcast page.

 


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Melvina Marva Mason has 30 years’ experience across a broad spectrum of issues in school communities. She is known as a catalyst, problem solver, collaborator, critical thinker and a game-changer. Her field of expertise varies from project manager, education columnist, radio host, community catalyst and facilitator to education specialist, financial manager, office manager, community builder […]


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