The Global Teachers Institute is excited to host the annual GTI Axis Summit from 10 to 12 July 2018 at the University of the Witwatersrand. The Summit is an annual convergence of students, teachers and school leaders from throughout South Africa and around the world.

The GTI Axis Summit is designed as a community of practice, where all voices are valued, encouraged to participate, and where every attendee can make a meaningful contribution. A place where everyone is an expert, and experienced practitioners and novices share and contribute to growing everyone’s body of knowledge.

We are inviting presenters from across the education spectrum (from students to experienced educators and academics) to apply to present at the Summit. We have a range of formats from 10 minute Quick Hits to a full 40 minute workshop.

To apply to present, please fill in the form on the right, and submit before 11 May 2018.


For more information on applying, please download our PRESENTER GUIDE.
1. Tell us about your workshop
Title of your Workshop (max 60 characters):
Choose the theme that your workshop best fits with (see presenter guidelines):
Objective of your Workshop (max 200 characters):
Briefly describe what your workshop is about (max 400 characters):
Select all time formats in which you can present your workshop:
10 minute Quick Hit
20 minute Short Workshop
40 minute Full-length Workshop
Select all the types of educators who would benefit from the workshop:
Aspiring Teachers (i.e. students studying teaching)
In-service Teachers
School Leaders
Select any equipment you will require:
Data Projector
Sound System (with laptop audio jack)
Flip Chart
Movable Seating (for group/pair work)

2. Tell us about yourself
First Name:
Province you come from:
Cell Number:
Provide a brief biography of yourself (your education, experience and interests - max 300 characters):


We encourage presenters to identify topics that are of importance to them and that they are most passionate and informed about. Presenters do not have to be experts but instead, have an experience or body of knowledge they would like to share with other educators.

All workshops should be: Workshops should not: SUGGESTED TOPICS: