Siyaphumelela South African delegates attend DREAM2023
- Embracing the Student Voice in Higher Education
- Gender gap concerns for Siyaphumelela
- Some of this year’s Siyaphumelela conference highlights
- Looking back and looking forward for purposeful planning
- Siyaphumelela 2018 Conference
2018 Siyaphumelela conference themes focused on: Basic Needs; Leadership; and Design for Student Success
- Minister Pandor Presents Keynote at Siyaphumelela Conference
Minister of Higher Education and Training, Naledi Pandor gave the opening keynote at the 2018 Siyaphumelela conference highlighting that student funding is a major barrier to student success.
- Siyaphumelela Attends Dream 2018
Under the auspices of Saide's Siyaphumelela Initiative the largest ever South African delegation attended the Achieving the Dream 2018 conference in Nashville earlier this year.
- Moving to Successful Maths Pathways
An alternative approach to teaching mathematics.
Acting as a backbone organization, Saide with seven Partners (funded by the Kresge Foundation) and five Participant universities work together to improve student success through evidence based interventions at scale. The Network includes national and local network components. The National Network includes a coherent set of services focused on student success (provided by Partner universities as well as by Saide) and the USA based Achieving the Dream, five sub-networks, convening meetings with Partners and the annual conference. Partner institutions coordinate regional sub- networks and Saide coordinates the national network.
- Coordination of open learning initiatives
- Policy development and systemic reviews
- Educational Evaluation and Research
- Quality assurance/ Quality systems and criteria
- Kresge Foundation
Publications and Artifacts
- Achieving the Dream Conference 2018 Feedback
- External Evaluation of the Four-Year Siyaphumelela Initiative
- From DREAM to Success: Stories from the Siyaphumelela Initiat
- Minister Pandor's Speech At the 2018 Siyaphumelela National Conference, 12th Jun
- No Food to Study - Students Hungry at Institutions of Higher Learning, Access No
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