University of Limpopo School Of Education

By | April 7, 2022

University of Limpopo School Of Education

University of Limpopo School Of Education – See Details Below:

Welcome Message

Education is one of the core academic fields supporting the African Renaissance. To make sure that our country continues to develop and provide a better standard of living for everyone, we need a well-educated populace. Since 1994, enormous changes in educational policies, as well as practices, have occurred. These changes attempt to provide a responsive and relevant education system for South Africa. The School of Education is deeply committed to this ambitious Education Project and sets out “to make a difference.”

Vision

To be a leading African centre of excellence that produces highly skilled and competent educators of an international standard in a rural setting.

Mission

The School of Education is primarily committed to rural regeneration, empowerment and development, through a life-long approach to teaching and inter-disciplinary research.

The School of Education is one of three schools in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Limpopo’s Turfloop Campus. Its vision is ‘to be a leading African Centre of excellence that produces highly skilled and competent educators of international standard in a rural setting’. The School is primarily committed to rural regeneration, empowerment, and development through lifelong learning approach to learning and interdisciplinary research in a caring environment.

The vision and mission of the School stem out of the rural reality of the Province of Limpopo in which the University and the School are situated. From where it is situated though the School of Education serves the whole of South Africa and in particular the two rural provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

Through our programmes, and especially through Teaching Practice, we want our students to engage this rural reality in very creative and critical ways. Our students must become the masters rather than the slaves of this rural reality.

The diagram below gives a pictorial representation of the vision of the School and the egg metaphor. In particular it highlights the transformational context within which the four pillars of our vision interact.

The School is committed to a core set of values that are reflected in a culture that promotes the development of personal and professional integrity and engagement for the benefit of our society. We subscribe to the values of the university, namely:

Accountability Communication
Inclusion Integrity
Respect Teamwork
Responsiveness Receptivity
Ownership Opportunity
Lifelong learning Openness and transparency
Innovation and entrepreneurship Critical independence and academic freedom

University of Limpopo School of Education Departments

University of Limpopo School of Education Departments – See Details Below:

1.University of Limpopo Mathematics Science and Technology Education Departments

2.University of Limpopo Educational Studies Departments

3.University of Limpopo Language and Social Sciences Education Departments

 

University of Limpopo School Of Education Courses Offered

University of Limpopo School Of Education Courses Offered – See Details Below:

Certificates and degrees

  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Mathematics (ACEM)
  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Science (ACES)
  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Grade R (ACEGR)
  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Learners with Barriers to Learning and Education – Remedial Education (ACERE)
  • Advanced Certificate in Adult Basic Education and Training (ACEABE)
  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Life Orientation (ACELO)
  • Advanced Certificate in Education – Integrating Values and Human Rights in Education (ACEHRE)
  • Post Graduate Certificate In Education (PGCE)
  • Bachelor of Education Senior Phase and FET (BEDSPF)

Post graduate degrees

  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed Hons)
  • Master of Education (M.Ed)
  • Masters by course work
    • Masters in Science and Mathematics Education (M.Ed Maths & Sci)
    • Masters in Language and Communication (M.Ed LED)
    • Masters in Adult Education (M.Ed AE
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)

University of Limpopo School Of Education Contact Address

University of Limpopo School Of Education Contact Address – See Details Below:

Prof LT Mabasa
Acting Director
Tel: +27 15 268 2687/2415
E-mail: thomas.mabasa@ul.ac.za

Ms M Mogashoa
Senior Secretary
Tel: +27 15 268 2687
E-mail: mokgadi.mogashoa@ul.ac.za

Mrs E Lebepe
Principal Administrative Officer
Tel: +27 15 268 3006
E-mail: elizabeth.lebepe@ul.ac.za

Mr MC Matlabyane
Acting Administrative Officer
Tel: +27 15 268 3138
E-mail: molale.matlabyane@ul.ac.za

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