Programme Development

Programme Development

Anthea – As Project Manager of the scholarly project, Programme Development, my role is to work collaboratively with my team members to conceptualise, initiate, plan, implement and monitor projects that focus on academic programme development in diverse higher education contexts.

Charlene – As Scholarly researcher, my role is to identify research areas and themes that can help us become more inclusive and representative in our focus on programme development and curricula based on the kind of institutions where we work.

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Lauren – As Scholarly Strategist, I am committed to using long-term strategic objectives to find effective ways to identify, use and amplify the impact of available and potential scholarly and professional resources. We will collaborate meaningfully, deeply, and widely around pertinent aspects of Programme Development and Curriculum that shape and influence the future of student success in the modern South African University context.

Marike – As an ad hoc member, I holistically render support to fellow members to achieve project goals.

There is scope for people outside the team to get involved in the programme development projects that we have identified and decided to take on.

As many are aware, programme development includes many sub-areas such as the extended and mainstream curricula, the evaluation of teaching, courses, and programmes. As a result, there is a lot of opportunity for us as academic developers and teachers to enhance our practice through collaboration with other project teams, discipline experts and role-players in the higher education sector.

Our belief is that such collaborations will not only enable us to collectively explore, illuminate, and unpack the relevancy of curricula and the tensions that exist in the curricula of mainstream offerings and that of extended or foundation programmes. But will amongst other, also provide enabling environments / conditions that facilitate critical reflection and discussions on decoloniality that are more inclusive, informed by theory, and practice-based.

Project Manager

Project Manager

Dr Patricia Muhuro - UFH

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TO BE ADVISED

Samuel Lundi - UWC

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Sandra Williams - CPUT

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TO BE ADVISED

Dr Gabriel Darong - RU

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TO BE ADVISED

Vanessa Agbedahin - SPU

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