Department of Adult Basic Education

Dr GP Tshephe

College of Education
School of Educational Studies
Department: Adult Basic Education
Lecturer
Tel: 012 481 2975
E-mail: tshepgp@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • PhD (Educational Technology)
  • MEd (Adult Education),
  • BEd (Hons)(Adult Education),
  • B.A. (Ed)
  • Certificate in Entrepreneurship, Assessor, Moderator, Facilitator, Supplemental Instruction

Currently teaching

  • ABT1517 Teaching Adult Literacy
  • TLDAEDL Teaching Learning And Development in Adult Education
  • MEDAE1R Adult Learning Facilitation

Fields of academic interests

Research Interests:

  • Adult Learning and Teaching
  • Technology Enhanced Learning
  • Assessment in Learning
  • Professional Development
  • Youth Development
  • Student Academic Support

Field of Specialisation

  • Adult Education
  • Educational Technology

Paper presentations

  • Supporting Students’ through eTutoring: The case of Adult Basic Education at the University of South Africa.  A paper to be presented at the
  • Teacher Education @ a Distance Conference hosted by UNISA, to be held at Kwa-Maritane Bush Lodge, Rustenburg
  • Enhancing Learning through Technology: An Innovation or a Norm for Millennials. A Paper Presented at the Higher Education Learning and
  • Teaching Association of South Africa (HELTASA) annual conference hosted by UNISA, Pretoria
  • Social Media: A Wall-less Classroom for the Millennium Learners. A paper presented at the 40th Southern African Society for Educators (SASE) International Conference hosted by NWU, Mafikeng
  • Assessment Training for us or not: Perception of Dieticians in Hospital attached to the University of Limpopo.  A paper presented at the 39th
  • Southern African Society for Educators (SASE) International Conference hosted by Great  Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe
  • Closure of Social Media: A boon or bugaboo.  A poster presented at the Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of South Africa (HELTASA) annual conference hosted by NMMU, Port Elizabeth
  • Social Media: A wall-less classroom for the Millennium learner.  A paper presented at the IJAS Multi-disciplinary International Conference hosted by American University of Rome, Italy
  • eLearning Technique: Are we ready?  A paper presented at the AACE eLearn International Conference at Quebec, Canada
  • Staff Turnover in Limpopo Universities: A case.  A paper presented at Southern African Society for Educators (SASE) International Conference hosted by Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique
  • Correctional Education: A Rehabilitation Programme for Inmates in Correctional Services.  A paper presented at Southern African Society for
  • Educators (SASE) International Conference hosted by University of Transkei (Walter Sisulu University), Coffee Bay, Umtata
  • The Investigation into the Drop out and Drop-in rate of NPDE Students with Specific Reference to Mafikeng and Mothibistadt Centres.  A paper presented at Southern African Society for Educators (SASE) International Conference hosted by University of the North West, Orion, Rustenburg