- BSc. Data Communication Technology(UNIZUL)
- Postgraduates Certificate In Education(UNISA)
- B.Ed Hons(UP)
- M.Ed. (UKZN)
- PhD (UKZN)
- Educational technology
- Curriculum studies
- Physical science education
- Qualitative research
- Critical theory
- Curriculum Studies, Educational Technology, Mathematics, Science, IT and Research,
- Mpungose, C.B., & Khoza, S.B. (2021). Students’ Reflections on the Use of Zoom Video Conferencing Technology for Online Learning at a South African University. International Journal of African Higher Education, 8(1), ????
- Mpungose, C.B. (2020). Is Moodle a platform to decolonize the university curriculum? Lecturers reflection, Africa Education Review, 17 (1), 100-115, doi: 10.1080/18146627.2018.1479645
- Mpungose, C.B. (2020). Is Moodle or WhatsApp the preferred e-learning platform at a South African university? First-year students’ experiences. Education and Information Technologies, 25 (2), 927-941.
- Mpungose CB. (2020). Beyond limits: lecturers’ reflections on Moodle uptake in South African universities. Education and Information Technologies, 1-20.
- Mpungose CB. (2020). Student Teachers’ Knowledge in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Education and Information Technologies, 1-17.
- Mpungose CB. (2020). Emergent transition from face-to-face to online learning in a South African University in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 7 (1), 1-9.
- Mpungose, C.B. & Khoza, S.B. (2020). Postgraduate Students’ Experiences on the Use of Moodle and Canvas Learning Management System. Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 1-16.
- Mpungose, C.B. & Khoza, S.B. (2020). Digitalised curriculum to the rescue of a higher education institution. African Identities, 1-20.
- Mpungose CB. (2020). Are social media sites a platform for formal or informal learning? Students’ experiences in institutions of higher education. International Journal of Higher Education, 9 (5), 300-31.
- Mpungose CB. (2020). Reconceptualising the Physical Sciences Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement in a South African context. International Journal of Higher Education.
- Mpungose, C.B. (2020). Inner-self in the Teaching of Physical Sciences Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) in South African schools. African Identities, 1-17.
- Mpungose, C.B. (2020). Lecturers’ reflections on use of Zoom video conferencing technology for e-learning at a South African university in the context of coronavirus. African Identities, 1-17.
- Mpungose CB. (2019). Can lecturers reflect on the influence of Moodle curricular on students’ success? The Educational Review, USA, 3(9), 127-134.
- Mpungose-, C. (2016). Rationale of Teaching Physical Sciences Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement Content: Teachers’ Reflections. International Journal of educational science, 14(3), 256-264.
Chapters in Books
Supervises at Honours and Masters levels
- Arasomwan, A.D. (2016). Exploring foundation phase lecturers’ experiences in using formative assessment to assess student-teachers (216074145) ( BEdHons).
- Ngubane, L (2016). Exploring the influences of formative assessment on lecturers’ professional development (210502450) ( BEdHons).
- Cele, A.S. (2017). Exploring first-year students’ experiences of using Moodle in learning Accounting undergraduate module. (213508873) ( BEdHons).
- Different activities in Royal Mansion FC (UKZN Edgewood campus league)
- Running Endnote program at Edgewood campus.