College of Education

Providing the Children of KwaZulu-Natal a Flying Start to the Future

The KwaZulu-Natal provincial government, in partnership with Unisa as well as Durban University of Technology, co-hosted the Human Resource Development Council Early Childhood Development Indaba under the theme: Providing the Children of KwaZulu-Natal a Flying Start to the Future. Read more

Acclaimed scholar proposes a new paradigm to enhance research practice

Prof Norma Romm, the recipient of the 2022 Unisa Research and Innovation Women in Research: Research Leadership Award, envisions the constructive impact that the proposed indigenous paradigm will have in social research. Read more

Highest Unisa accolade for high-energy, high-impact researcher

Widely viewed as one of the most influential African scientists, Prof Moeketsi Letseka was honoured with the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research based on his remarkable output of quality research and boundless energy in the pursuit of scholarly excellence. Read more

Young graduate equipped with the skills to make a real difference

A 21-year-old teaching graduate from Ga Nkwana village is inspired to shape the paths of learners from poor backgrounds and to use the time she has now mindfully by studying beyond a bachelor’s degree. Read more

Medal honour for outstanding Unisa researcher

The Education Association of South Africa has awarded its prestigious Research Medal to the College of Education’s Professor Elize du Plessis for her outstanding achievements in the field of educational research. Read more

Engaged scholarship project aims to shape the future of 2021 matrics

A team from the College of Education assisted learners with curriculum recovery and preparation for the 2021 NSC examinations. Read more

Lessons learnt from Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke and her teacher

At a wide-ranging discussion at Unisa, three panellists reflected on the student-teacher relationship between Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke and Dr William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, focusing on the role of education and leadership in today's pressing societal issues. Read more

Unisa hosts high-level Malawian delegation

As guests of the UNESCO Chair on Open Distance Learning at the university, the delegation visited various facilities as part of a benchmarking exercise. Read more

Innovative advances in aid of education

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Chair on Open Distance Learning (ODL) at Unisa hosted a research webinar series on 11 August 2021 to take a deeper look into distance learning support systems. Read more

Academically Resilient

Unisa’s 2021 Teaching and Learning e-Festival reaffirmed that the institution is a committed student-centric university that partners with the state, society and the continent – by ensuring that through knowledge, societies can become transformed for the better. Read more