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Recent Articles and Posts
MathU Teaching Emporium recently unveiled its first STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) drone-building project (called uDrone) to help encourage students to explore careers in mathematics and physical science.
Lebhogang Moabinyane, the operations manager at MathU Teaching Emporium, is proof that hard work and determination can lead to endless opportunities.
MathU has incorporated material from both the CAPS and IEB curriculum – giving students access to a broader scope of mathematics and physical science content.
MathU Teaching Emporium has successfully implemented its hybrid teaching model at high schools, and the results have been remarkable.