You will be providing young people with opportunities to activate critical thinking and reasoning skills through results-driven, active-learning pedagogies, such as Project-Based Learning. This learner-centred learning methodology will bring your learners and the curriculum closer together by keeping them actively involved through self-teaching elements. In this way, you will move into the role of a facilitator rather than the source of all knowledge. Learners will work on relevant, extended projects that enable real learning for the real-world. These projects, designed to give them authentic, practical life situations based on the CAPS curriculum, leave little room for you to teach in the traditional way. Instead, they create a way for you to design and manage the learning activities. Your changing role will ensure that learners are prepared for life after school. This means that you will find exciting ways to design stimulating learning experiences. You will be creative and equip your learners with appropriate tools they need to solve their problems and develop their projects, and you will ensure that your classroom is a positive learning space.