At this year's final exhibition, students showcased their journey to becoming foundation phase teachers. 'Remember the depth of a foundation determines the height of a building, as foundation phase teachers you will be laying foundations on which the future of the next generation will be built - lay these foundation well' Dick Ng'ambi told students.
The School of Education hosted an annual 'Masifunde ditale’ Literacy Association of South Africa (LITASA) conference with SoE Director, Prof Cathy Kell, as Conference Chairperson. Over 300 delegates shared vibrant, thought-provoking presentations and discussions on the theme of multilingualism and literacy.
Pre-service teachers attend digital sandpits to prepare to teach 21st century learners using digital tools. Learning in sandpits is fun, safe, playful and creative - resulting in discovery of the potential of technologies to transform pedagogy.
Pre-service science teachers in a Science Lab as part of STEM. STEM is an interdisciplinary and applied approach that prepares teachers to teach in four specific disciplines in schools — science, technology, engineering and mathematics.