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Values-driven Limpopo Educator, Olga Chauke, Is Our Teacher Of The Week


Teacher of the Week

Teacher: Olga Fabisi Chauke

School: Lephalale Primary School, Limpopo

TEACHER Olga Fabisi Chauke from Lephalale Primary School in Limpopo chose the teaching profession to make a contribution in shaping the world of tomorrow.

She is stimulated by the relationship she has with learners and enjoys interacting with them, learning from them and helping them to understand the content she shares with them.

Some of the challenges she confronts are the passivity of the learners are lack of parental involvement.

She tries to involve the schools’ management team in cases where parental support is inadequate.

Her participation in the National Teachers Awards (NTA) has been life changing also to her colleagues, learners and community.

She promises to continue with her studies, continue being an inspiration to learners and colleagues, and do what she does best in the classroom – shaping the world of tomorrow.


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