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  • Education Student Top BMX Rider

    11 Dec, 2017

    Third year Education student Mr Nkosinathi Radebe smiles when he talks about being an avid BMX rider – and for good reason.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Education Student Excels in Dancing

    11 Dec, 2017

    Third year Education student Ms Amanda Shezi achieved top rankings in ballroom and Latin dancing during the KZN Championships 2017 competition.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • From Demonstrators to Qualified Teachers

    11 Dec, 2017

    Staff in the School of Education’s Chemistry discipline are celebrating their latest crop of graduates on the Edgewood campus - students who progressed from demonstrators to fully qualified teachers.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education hosts Decolonising Teacher Education Seminar Series

    04 Dec, 2017

    The School of Education recently hosted a Decolonising Teacher Education seminar at the Edgewood campus. The event is part of the Dean’s seminar series that aims to initiate dialogue on a range of issues affecting the education sector.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • UKZN Academics launch book on Interpretive Possibilities for Educational Research

    23 Nov, 2017

    UKZN academics Professor Daisy Pillay, Professor Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan and Dr Inbanathan Naicker from the School of Education recently launched their new book titled Object Medleys: Interpretive Possibilities for Educational Research. The launch was held at the Edgewood campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • UKZN hosts 2nd SARAECE KZN Regional Conference

    23 Nov, 2017

    UKZN’s Discipline of Early Childhood Education within the School of Education recently hosted the 2nd South African Research Association for Early Childhood Education (SARAECE) KZN Regional Conference.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education Holds Maths FET Farewell for Students

    16 Nov, 2017

    The Mathematics discipline within the School of Education held its third annual Maths Further Education and Training (FET) farewell on the Edgewood campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education Hosts German Teacher Exchange Programme Members

    16 Nov, 2017

    Representatives of the ENSA Teacher Exchange Programme in Berlin on a visit to South Africa to explore issues of sustainable development were co-hosted by UKZN’s School of Education.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • School of Education hosts Learning Barriers Workshop

    30 Oct, 2017

    As part of its community engagement portfolio, the School of Education recently hosted the initial learning barriers workshop. The workshop was the brainchild of Dr Angela James, Dr Linda Jairam and Durban East Primary School acting deputy principal Mrs Nabie Khan.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Education lecturer makes The Young Independents (TYI) Top 100

    30 Oct, 2017

    Lecturer in the School of Education, Ms Nosipho Bele has made the 2017 Top 100 list of The Young Independents (TYI). Launched in 2015, by the Independent Media Group, TYI captures exciting youth-driven initiatives locally and across the continent. This is a platform created by the youth, for the youth.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Student Excellence Awards ignite passion for success

    30 Oct, 2017

    In pursuit of innovation and inclusive growth, the School of Education at the University of KwaZulu-Natal revived the culture of learning through hosting yet another Student Excellence Awards ceremony recently.

    Ziphezinhle Biyela

  • School of Education hosts Deaf Awareness Workshop

    19 Oct, 2017

    The School of Education hosted a Deaf Awareness Workshop to help make staff members aware about hearing impaired student teachers and the use of South African Sign Language (SASL) on campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • College of Humanities boasts Top performing researchers 2016

    29 Sep, 2017

    Four academics were ranked amongst UKZN’s Top 30 researchers for 2016 while four students were recognised for being amongst the Top 10 published students from the College of Humanities.

    Nomcebo Mncube

  • UKZN hosts 2017 John Langalibalele Dube Memorial Lecture

    29 Sep, 2017

    UKZN’s School of Education and the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC), in collaboration with the University Language Planning and Development Office and the JL Dube Institute recently hosted the annual John Dube Memorial Lecture at the New Conference Centre, Edgewood Campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • LFTCI helps students tackle assault and bullying challenges

    29 Sep, 2017

    The Let's Face The Challenges Initiative (LFTCI), a recognized club and society at UKZN’s Edgewood Campus, recently held a programme on bullying and assault. Titled: “Bullying and Assault; what are we going to do about them?”, the event included a debate so as to allow various views on the issues under the spotlight.

    Jennifer Sheokarah

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