UNISA Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education



UNISA Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education

University of South Africa Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education



Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education (76981)

 

Purpose

This programme aims …



  • To equip students with specialised knowledge and skills in order to ensure effective teaching and learning
  • To equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to arrange, organise instructional resources and the physical environment in order to facilitate student learning, independence and interdependence
  • To equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to plan, develop and implement instructional strategies

 
 

Target group

This module is directed towards
 



  • Educators
  • Trainers
  • Programme managers
  • Lecturers at TVET colleges and Universities
  • PGC students

 
 

Admission requirements

National Senior Certificate
NQF Level 4 qualifications –
 
 

Duration

12 months
 

Language medium

English
 

Registration periods

Year
 

Tuition method

Open Distance Learning (ODL)
 



Kind of assessment

Formative assessment. Students must complete and pass compulsory assignments for the module. The assignment will involve task based assessments and a reflective assessment. The assignment will contribute 20% to the final mark of the module.
Summative assessment.
Students must write an examination which will count for 80% of marks. A sub minimum of 40% is required to pass the examination.
 
 

Teaching methodologies in education (SCTME55)
Syllabus/Content Topics
  • Conceptualization of a teaching method
  • Main categories of teaching methods
  • Types of teaching methods
  • Advantages and disadvantages of different teaching method
  • Use of various teaching methods

Teaching methods and learning styles
 

Course leader

Prof Dr MJ Taole
BA Ed; BA Hon, MEd, PhD,
Department of Curriculum and Instructional Studies, Curriculum Design and Implementation,
Expertise: Language teacher training, Instructional techniques, Second language education, Curriculum studies, Assessment, Multi-grade teaching, Foundation Phase teacher training , rural education and professional teacher development
 
 
Contact details:
AJH van der Walt Building, 6-112
Tel: 27 12 429-3541 Fax 086 630 9469
Cell: 084 361 1705
E-mail: taolemj@unisa.ac.za
 
 

Programme administrator(s)


Lynette Ramango
Centre for Continuing Education and Training
Sunnyside Campus Building  10 Room B10
Tel: 012 481 2731
Fax: 086 548 9968
ramanml@unisa.ac.za