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Students show interest in the Academic Facilitation Sessions
2009-06-04

 
Pictured are Psychology students with the bags they received for their attendance of the AFS.
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Psychology students in the Extended Programme of the Faculty of the Humanities were rewarded with bags for their ongoing attendance of the Academic Facilitation Sessions (AFS). These are extra sessions that are scheduled for first-year students in the extended programmes where facilitators help them with work done in classes on the following subjects: Communication, Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology. The purpose of the sessions is to improve the throughput and pass rates in the B.Soc.Sc. and B.A. extended programmes. This is done by establishing a support system for students in their first year of study to help them with and support them in integrating skills that are mastered in the developmental modules with the academic content of the mainstream modules.

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