College of Education

Restoring the balance

CEDU’s Prof Phillip Higgs told the fifth World Congress on Education Research in Russia that it was necessary to reassert the significance of indigenous African knowledge in the face of hegemonic Western forms of knowledge. Read more

Unisa to establish UNESCO Chair on ODL

CEDU’s Prof Moeketsi Letseka says this initiative will go a long way to support sustainable development goals through distance learning. Read more

How deep are your pockets?

A recent CEDU seminar underscored the disturbing evidence that most parents of children with autism in South Africa cannot afford the cost of therapeutic, remedial, and biomedical interventions. Read more

Tribute to a life spent researching education ‘at the margins’

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning has conferred an honorary fellowship on Unisa’s Professor Veronica McKay, Executive Dean of the College of Education. Read more

Practical knowledge to lead ODeL

Seven more Unisa staff members have been awarded their University of Maryland University College Certificates in Technology in Distance Learning and e-Learning. Read more

Unveiling the future of Grade R

The official launch of the Unisa and Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance Early Childhood Development Project took place at the end of March. Read more

College of Education connects with aspirant educators

Unisa’s College of Education is establishing 34 ICT access centres at DBE teacher centres in various provinces, nine of which have now gone live in GP, MP, and KZN. Read more