The SABC Education Virtual Academy (SEVA) team continues its whirlwind tour and recently conducted a series of activations in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape.
SEVA is a self-help e-learning system aimed at converting SABC Education television programmes into online learning content for the public.
The enthusiastic SEVA team formally introduced the online educational platform to Grade 12 learners at three schools; Mfesane Secondary School; Walmer High School and Khwezi Lomso Secondary School.
Learners were encouraged to engage with SEVA by registering and navigating the helpful platform downloading educational videos, notes and assessment tasks.
Aphiwe Somba from Mfesane Scondary School said, “SEVA is so important and a ground-breaking platform. I will encourage other learners to use SEVA as a learning tool.”
Mr Yoke, an educator at Walmer High School explained how SEVA is an online educational programme that is relevant, innovative and user friendly. He explained how the programme makes learning exciting and easy for Grade 12 learners.
SABC Education Outreach and Umhlobo Wene FM joined the SEVA activations and were encouraged by the outcome and feedback from learners and educators.
Rofhiwa Nepfumbada, SABC Education Outreach Manager was excited about the prospects for SEVA saying, “The SEVA school visits allow SABC to share information with learners and assist in equipping them well for their exams. SEVA provides an alternative way to learn and study and I can see how well the project has worked so far.”
The SEVA tour continues in Cape Town, Western Cape as three more schools receive exciting activations from the SABC team.
For more information, please visit www.seva.co.za.