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Faculty of Education: Who are we?

Initial Teacher Education

Our Initial Teacher Education programmes emphasise teaching practice in diverse educational settings and the importance of the social and psychological context of learning. The aim is to prepare caring, accountable, and critical-reflective educational practitioners who can act as change agents in diverse educational contexts.

Prospective students can register for a four-year BEd degree in Education, specialising in Pre-school and Foundation Phase; Intermediate Phase; or FET Phase. Graduates can obtain a professional teaching qualification, specialising in two or more subjects by way of a one-year full-time or two-year part-time postgraduate certificate in the FET Phase.

Staff Members


Description: School for Social Sciences and Language Education Keywords: Flip Louw











Acting Director
Prof LP Louw


Description: Office of the Dean: Education Keywords: Lorene van Wyk











Secretary
Mrs LV van Wyk


Description: Office of the Dean: Education Keywords: Anmarie Loots











Academic: Foundation phase
Ms A Loots


Academic: Intermediate phase
Ms RMN Tshehisi


Description: Office of the Dean: Education Keywords: Edwin Jacquire











Academic: Senior phase, FET phase and PGCE
Mr E Jacquire


Teaching Practice
Mr MJ Marumo
Ms P Letloenyane
Ms DA Supi

Education Bursaries
Mrs NM Butler

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