Department of Science and Technology Education

Dr AR Molotsi

College of Education
School of Teacher Education
Department: Science and Technology Education
Senior Lecturer
Tel: 012 429 3265
Fax: 086 274 6775
E-mail: molotar@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • B A Ed (Education Management, UNW)
  • B Ed Hons (Education Management, UNW)
  • Masters -Dip (HRM, RAU)
  • M Ed (Computer-integrated Education, UP) 

Currently teaching

  • Computer-integrated education modules in the ACE, BEd and PGCE programmes  

Fields of academic interests

  • Integration of Information and Communication Technology in teaching and learning, collaboration and cooperation in teaching and learning,teachers' ICT competency skills, Synchronous and Asynchronous  learning environment, the use of  ePortfolio as an alternative assessment strategy

Field of Specialisation

  • Educational Technology
  • Teachers' ICT competecies

Books

Book Chapter

  • Molotsi, AR. (2017). The use of available Information and Communication Technology resources in schools.

Paper presentations

  • Teachers’ ICT competency skills: Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK).International Science and Technology Education (ISTE) conference. Kruger National Park 10—12 October 2011.
  • Secondary schools educators’ ICT competencies in classroom practices. EASA conference January 2012. Port Elizabeth.
  • The use of ICTS in teaching and learning. Dynamic Education for the 21st century.(Madibeng Area Office teachers’ conference 5-6 March 2013.
  • The support towards the enhancement of Education through ICT usage. Centre for Contuing Education and Training conference (CCET) conference May 2015. Sun City.
  • 36th International Society for Teacher Education conference (ISfTE 2016) 17-22 April 2016 Kruger National Park.
  • Exploring student teachers’ views regarding the usefulness of a reflective journal as an ePortfolio as an alternative assessment strategy. 24-26 April 2017. The South Africa International Conference on Educational Technologies (SAICET). Manhattan hotel, Pretoria.
  • Connectivism: The use of social networking tools in teaching and learning by secondary school teachers.2nd  Centre for Continuing Education and Training conference (CCET) conference 7-10 May 2017 Sun City Conventional Centre.