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CALENDAR 2008


FACULTY OF EDUCATION

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


Mafikeng Campus

NOTICE


Students are asked to note that this Calendar is valid for 2008 only. Rules and Curricula may be changed in 2009 or in any subsequent year.


Irrespective of the year of first registration, a student must fulfill the requirements for the diploma/degree as set out in the Calendar for the year of current registration, unless Senate determines otherwise.


Address all correspondence to:


The Campus Registrar

North West University, Mafikeng Campus

Private Bag X2046

MMABATHO

2735


Tel: 018 – 3892140

Fax: 018 – 3892189


Internet: http://www.nwu.ac.za


PLEASE MENTION YOUR STUDENT NUMBER IN ALL CORRESPONDENCE


The General Academic Rules of the University, to which all students have to subject themselves and which apply to all the qualifications offered by the University, appear in a separate publication and are available on the web page at

http://www.nwu.ac.za


WARNING AGAINST PLAGIARISM: Assignments are individual tasks and not group activities (unless explicitly indicated as group activities). For further details see:

http://www.nwu.ac.za


SELECTION FOR ADMISSION TO CERTAIN FIELDS OF STUDY: Please take cognizance of the fact that, owing to specific capacity constraints, the University reserves the right to select candidates for admission to certain fields of study. This means that prospective students who comply with the minimum requirements may not necessarily be admitted to the relevant courses.


Please Note: Although the information in this Calendar has been compiled with the utmost care and accuracy, the Council and the Senate of the University accepts no responsibility whatsoever for errors that may occur. Before students finally decide on the selection of modules, they must consult the School Director and check the timetable. If a clash occurs in the planned selection of a student, the module combination will not be permitted.

ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS


Addresses: Executive Dean

Faculty of Education

North West University

Private Bag X2046

MMABATHO

2735


Tel: 018 389 2340/2191

E-mail: dawid.gericke@nwu.ac.za




Faculty Officer

North West University

Private Bag X2046

MMABATHO

2735


Tel: 018 3892408/2191

E-mail: albert.seloro@nwu.ac.za


Telephone: 018 389 2111 Mafikeng Campus

Fax: 018 389 2038 and 018 392 5775

Internet http://www.nwu.ac.za


School Address:


School of Undergraduate Studies

Acting Director: Dr TEB Assan

North-West University – Mafikeng Campus

Private Bag X2046

MMABATHO, 2735


Tel: 018 389 2550/2081

Fax: 018 389 2038/2342

School of undergraduate studies


Content Page


Notice ………………………………………………………………………..…………i

All Correspondence ……………………………………………………………..……..ii

Selection for Admission ……………………………………………………..…………iii

Addresses and Telephone Numbers …………………………………………….……...iv

Faculty Board Members …………………………………………………….…………..1

Board of the School of Undergraduate Studies ……………………………...…………2

Staff in the School of Undergraduate Studies ……………………………….…………3

Mission Statement ………………………………………………………….…..………5

Aims and Objectives ……………………………………………………………………5

Teaching Policy …………………………………………………………………………5

Research Policy …………………………………………………………………………6

Research Focus Area ……………………………………………………………………6

School and Focus Area in the Faculty ……………………………………......…………7

Qualifications and Programmes …………………………………………………………7

Qualifications Awarded in the Faculty of Education ……………………………………8

Degrees ……………………………………………………………………………….…8

Certificates ………………………………………………………………………………12

Diplomas ………………………………………………………………………………...13

Modules and Credits …………………………………………………………………….13

Recognition of Prior Learning ………………………………………………………….14

Registration ……………………………………………………………………………..14


^ PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN THE SCHOOL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES…….15


Bachelor of Education: Foundation Phase……………………………………………….15

Bachelor of Education: Intermediate and Senior Phase …………………………………15

Bachelor of Education: Senior & FET …………………………………………………..15

Postgraduate Certificate in Education ……………………………...……………………15


^ RULES FOR THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF EDUCATION …………………………………15


Minimum and Maximum Duration ………………………………….……………………15

Admission Requirements …………………………………………………………………16


List of Modules …… ………………………………………………………………………17

Curriculum Outcomes ………………………………………………………………………21

Programme: B.Ed Foundation Phase ………………………………………………………23

Programme: B.Ed Intermediate and Senior Phase …………………………………………34

Senior and Further Education and Training Phase …………………………………………48

Examinations ……………………………………………………………………………….60

Other Rules …………………………………………………………………………………61


^ RULES FOR THE POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (PGCE) 63


Nature and Aim of the Certificate ………………………………………………63

Exit Level Outcomes ……………………………………………………………63

Duration of Studies ………………………………………………………..……63

Admission Requirements ……………………………………………………….64


List of Modules …………………………………………………………………..65

Programme of Study: PGCE Senior & FET Phase ………………………………68


^ MODULE OUTCOMES …………………………………………………………..72


CORE MODULE………………………………..…………………………..…….138


1. MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY BOARD

Dr D.H. Gericke Executive Dean

Dr MW Lumadi Director: School of Postgraduate Studies

Dr TEB Assan Ag. Director: School of Undergraduate Studies

Dr E. Mwenesongole Ag. Director: School of Continuing Education


Prof. MW Mwenesongole

Dr FN Kwayisi

Prof. SA Awudetsey

Ms MH Thomas

Dr IM Loate

Ms SM Serfotlhelo

Prof C Van Wyk

Prof Mwakapenda

Mr MM Makunye

Ms MA Molukanele

Ms NE Maroja

Ms DS Nkosi (Librarian)

Mr AS Seloro (Faculty Officer)

3 Student Representatives


^ 2. OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DEAN

Executive Dean Dr D.H. Gericke

Faculty Administrator Mr A.S. Seloro

Faculty Administrative Assistant Mr MM Gent

Senior Secretary Ms ME Mothibi

Secretary Mrs. RS Rapoo

Secretary Mrs. MJ Tlhabanyane

Secretary Mrs. TP Mokawane

Secretary Mrs. NE Senne

Messenger Mr OM Mohonti


^ BOARD OF THE SCHOOL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

Executive Dean: Dr DH Gericke (Ex Officio Member)


Acting Director: Dr TEB Assan


Coordinators: PGCE: Mrs. SM Sefotlhelo

BEd: Mrs. MH Thomas

Teaching Practice: Dr FN Kwayisi


OTHER ACADEMIC STAFF MEMBERS


Prof Mwakapenda

Mrs S Gutta

Mr MS Mampe

Mr SK Modisane

Mrs MA Molukanele

Ms N Morake

Mr M Ndandani

Mr GM Sebego

Mrs SM Sefotlhelo

Mrs MH Thomas


^ PART-TIME LECTURERS

Mr A Awudetsey

Mr KS Maletsoa

Mrs EM Rasebitse

Mr F van Rooyen

Mr R Thomas

Mr JAT Tholo

Dr Chauke

Mr K Ofori


STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE


ADMINISTRATION STAFF

Mr AS Seloro

Mrs MJ Tlhabanyane

Mr KC Mafora


^ STAFF IN THE SCHOOL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES


Ag. Director & Senior Lecturer Dr TEB Assan: B Com Hons (Cape Coast),

Dip. Ed (Cape Coast), BEd (Unisa),

MA (London); FSBT (Halifax); M.Ed (NWU); PhD (NWU)


Senior Lecturer Dr FN Kwayisi: BSC (Ed) (Ghana),

BEd (UFH), M.Ed (Science Educ) (Rhodes Univ.), PhD (NWU)


Senior Lecturer GM Sebego: BA (Unin), B.Ed (UCT),

M.Ed (Wits)


Lecturer SM Sefotlhelo: HPTC; Dip.Ed, B.A. Ed (Unibo); B.Ed (Wale), M.Ed (UNW)


Lecturer S Gutta: BA (Unisa), BSC (Hons),

M Soc Sc (UNW)


Lecturer MA Molukanele: H Dip Ed (Wits), BA. (Unin), BEd (Pretoria Univ.),

MEd (RAU)


Lecturer NM Morake: BA Ed; BEd (Unibo), M.Ed (NWU)


Lecturer MS Mampe: B.A.Ed; B.Ed (Hons),

M.Ed (NWU)


Lecturer SK Modisane: B.A (Unin), B.A (Hons); Vista PTC (Tlhabane College)


Lecturer M Ndandani: BA (Fort Hare),

M.Ed (Texas)


Lecturer MH Thomas: B.Sc Hons (London),

PGCE (Exeter)


Secretary MJ Tlhabanyane: Pitman Eng Int,

Typ Adv, WP Adv.


^ 3. MISSION STATEMENT


The Faculty of Education aims to utilise available expertise to contribute towards the development of human resources that meet the needs and challenges of pre-university education in South Africa. The main thrust of the teaching and research in the Faculty focuses on the production of high quality teachers, curriculum developers, educational planners, administrators, counsellors and researchers.


4. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES


    1. To prepare graduate teachers for secondary schools in the Republic of South Africa and the Southern African region by offering both undergraduate and postgraduate courses of study.




    1. To develop new courses to meet the changing education needs of RSA with special reference to innovations such as Outcomes-Based Education.




    1. To prepare non-graduate specialist teachers for primary and secondary schools and where specific areas of need are identified.




    1. To assist in the preparation and upgrading of teacher educators through specialised programmes in Education e.g. the teaching of Maths, Science, Technology and Commerce Education.




    1. To provide in-service education for teachers at all levels.




      1. To promote, co-ordinate and conduct research into educational problems at all levels through the prescribed courses and programmes offered by the Faculty.




    1. To shift emphasis to the provision of postgraduate training in various areas of Education.




    1. To advance knowledge in the discipline of Education by conducting research.




    1. To provide programmes in Continuing Education and Community Development.




    1. To provide programmes in literacy and organisational skills in effective school governance and vocational co-operation.



5. TEACHING POLICY


The teaching policy of the Faculty of Education is aligned with the vision and mission of the North-West University and the Faculty of Education. The policy determines the following aspects that bear on teaching in the Faculty:



  • Effective teaching

  • Education, teaching, and training

  • Medium of instruction

  • Quality assurance

  • Support for staff

  • Modes of delivery

  • Assessment

  • Technology and teaching

6. RESEARCH POLICY


The activities in the School of Undergraduate Studies (SUS) are in accordance with both the mission of the North-West University and the strategic management plan of the Research Focus Area. The objectives of research done in the SUS are:


  1. exploiting new knowledge in the education areas that are the focus of research in the SUS;

  2. interpreting, systematising and utilising in practice existing knowledge in view of the education task;

  3. investigating teaching methods typical of a subject;

  4. evaluating existing theories and methods, developing new theories and developing new methods;

  5. exploiting existing and new sources of knowledge in order to be of service to the community;

  6. investigating all those activities enabling more effective education, such as activities concerning education administration, law and systems, curriculum design and development.



6.1 RESEARCH FOCUS AREA


The research focus area of the Faculty, which is the area in which the faculty conducts research, is known as School Improvement and Effectiveness. The research programme of the Faculty covers various aspects of School Improvement and Effectiveness whether in the area of management, curriculum development, teaching and learning or foundations of education. All M.Ed and Ph.D. students join the various aspects of the programme.


6.2 SCHOOLS AND FOCUS AREAS IN THE FACULTY


The Faculty of Education consists of three Schools, which are responsible for the programmes presented in the faculty, and a research focus area.


^ The programmes of each School:

The School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS) is responsible for providing post-graduate training by means of the B.Ed. Hons., M.Ed. and Ph.D. programmes.

  • The School of Undergraduate Studies (SUS) is responsible for providing pre-service training (teachers) by means of the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Post-graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

  • The ^ School of Continuing Education (SCE) is responsible for the upgrading of under and unqualified teachers as well as the further in-service training of practising teachers. The different programmes are presented on campus and ensure that the teacher can further his/her studies whilst continuing with his/her daily task. The qualifications that can be obtained (ACE and NPDE) enable teachers to contribute in a responsible and meaningful way to the promotion of education in South Africa.



6.3 QUALIFICATIONS and PROGRAMMEs

In the Faculty of Education different qualifications can be obtained. In every School there are one or more programmes each of which has a fixed curriculum. A potential student must, therefore, initially decide which qualification h/she wishes to obtain. After a student has decided which qualification he/she wishes to obtain, a direction of study must be chosen, after which he/she must make a selection from the different programmes presented in that direction.


^ 7. QUALIFICATIONS AWARDED IN THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION


The university is authorised to award the following degrees, certificates and diplomas that are presented in the Faculty of Education:


    1. Degrees




^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery Admin. Unit



Baccalaureus Education (B.Ed)


422 100 Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3)


O171M

See M. 1.5

F/P

422 101Intermediate and Senior Phase (Grades 4-9)


See M. 1.6

See M. 1.6

F/P


422 102 Senior and Further Education and Training Phase (Grades 7-12)


See M. 1.7

See M. 1.7

F/P


422 112 Senior and Further Education and Training Phase (Technical)


See M. 1.7.3

See M. 1.7.3

F/P




Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

^ Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit



Baccalaureus Education Honours (B.Ed. Hons.)

464 113

ED01M

General

F/P

464 114

O603M

Project Management in Education

F/P

464 117

EDO1M

Remedial Education

F/P

464 118

ED01M

Guidance and counselling

F/P

464 130

ED01M

Adult Education

F/P

464 131

ED01M

Design and Development

F/P

464 132

ED01M

Educational Technology

F/P

464 133

O603M

Technology Education

F/P

464 134

O602M

Math/Natural Sciences Education

F/P

464 135

O601M

Economic & Management Sciences Education

F/P

464 136

ED01M

Special Education

F/P

464 137

ED01M

Educational Management

F/P

464 137

ED02M

Environmental Education

F/P




^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit

Masters Education (M.Ed)

403 107

O803M/

O804M

Education Management

F/P

403 109

O807M/

O808M

Educational Psychology

F/P

403 111

O809M/

O810M

Guidance and Counselling

F/P

403 106

O801M /

O802M

Adult Education

F/P

403 108

O805M

Environmental Education

F/P

403 113

O801M/

O802M

Special Education

F/P

403 114

O813M/

O814M

Maths/Science Education

F/P

403 118

O819M/

O820M

Technology Education

F/P

403 116

O821M

Curriculum Development

F/P

403 112

O811M/

O812M

Primary Education

F/P

403 110

O817M/

O818M

Educational Technology

F/P

403 115

O815M/

O816M

Economic & Management Sciences Education

F/P




^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit



Philosophiae Doctor (Ph.D/DEd)

404 141/

405 102

O901M

Philosophy of Education

F/P

404 105/

405 109

O902M

Educational Psychology

F/P

404 132/

405 110

O903M

Sociology of Education

F/P

404 133/

405 111

O904M

Guidance & Counselling

F/P

404 134/

405 112

O905M

Special Education

F/P

404 135/

405 113

O906M

Remedial Education

F/P

404 137/

405 115

O907M

Comparative Education

F/P

404 106/

405 103

O908M

Adult Education

F/P

404 108/

405 105

O909M

Education Management

F/P

404 138/

405 117

O901M

Enviromental Education

F/P

404 130/

405 106

O911M

Curriculum Develop-ment, Innovation & Evaluation

F/P

404 131/

405 118

O912M

Educational Technology

F/P

404 140/

405 120

O912M

Primary Education

F/P

404 142/

405 108

O914M

Mathematics Education

F/P

404 143/

405 121

O915M

Economic and Management Science Education

F/P

404 144/

405 107

O915M

Technology Education

F/P

7.2 CERTIFICATES


The University is authorised to award the following certificates in the Faculty of Education:


^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

424 107 Senior and Further Education and Training (Grades 7-12)

O160M

See M.2.6

F/P




^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Curriculum Code

Curriculum

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit

Advanced Certificate in Education (ACE)

423 126 Education Management

O408M

Education Management

Mafikeng Campus

O428M

Professional Educator Development (Mathematical Literacy)

Mafikeng Campus

423 130 Learner Support

O416M

Learner Support

Mafikeng Campus

423 136 Technology Education

O426M

Technology Education

Mafikeng Campus




    1. DIPLOMAS




^ Qualification and abbreviation

Qualification Programme Code

Programme Code

Mode of delivery & Admin. Unit

National Professional Diploma in Education (NPDE)

469 100 Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3)

469 100M

469 100M

Mafikeng Campus

469 101 Intermediate and Senior Phase (Grades 4-9)

469 101M

469 101M

Mafikeng Campus

469 102 Senior and Further Education and Training Phase (Grades 7-12)

469 102M

469 102M

Mafikeng Campus


8. MODULES AND CREDITS


Subjects are presented according to modules to which specific credit values have been assigned.


9. RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING


9.1 The North-West University accepts the principle underlying outcomes-based, source-based and lifelong learning, in which considerations of articulation and mobility play a significant role, and subscribes to the view that recognition of prior-

learning, whether it has been acquired by formal education programmes at this or other institutions, or informally (by experience), is an indispensable element in deciding on admission to, and awarding credits in, an explicitly chosen teaching-learning programme of the university.


9.2 The recognition of prior learning concerns the provable knowledge and learning that an applicant acquired, whether by having completed formal education programmes, or by experience. At all times the question will be what the level of skills are, and skills will be judged in the context of the exit level skills required for the intended teaching-learning programme, or modules in the programme, of the status for which the applicant applies, and not merely by virtue of the experience recorded by the applicant; recognition of prior learning will therefore take place in terms of applied competencies demonstrated by the applicant in his/her application, taking into consideration the exit level outcomes that have to be obtained by means of the selected teaching- learning programme.


9.3. The North-West University accepts that recognition of prior learning must take place within the normal existing policy on the admission of potential and existing students – whether from this or another institution – with regard to awarding credits in a valid, trustworthy and fair way.

9.4 For processing an application for recognition of prior learning a non-refundable administrative fee determined by the university from time to time is payable.


10. REGISTRATION


Registration is a prescribed complete process that a student has to go through to become enrolled as a student at the university.


An admitted student registers annually for the duration of the study for a specific study programme at the place and time determined by the university. The process comprises payment of prescribed registration fee and completion of the necessary registration form.


The registration form is submitted at the registration section, whereupon a proof of registration is issued.


Only registered students are allowed to use university facilities.


^ 11. PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN THE SCHOOL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES


Bachelor of Education: Foundation Phase …………………. B.Ed Foundation Phase

Bachelor of Education: Intermediate and Senior Phase ……. B.Ed Int.& SnrPhase

Bachelor of Education: Senior and FET …………………….B.Ed SNR & FET

Postgraduate Certificate in Education …………………...PGCE


M.1 RULES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF EDUCATION


This qualification can be obtained in one of the programmes and curricula found in M.1.5, M.1.6, and M.1.7 described in detail below. It can be taken full-time or part-time.


During their studies students may change programmes for which they have enrolled only with the permission of the school director concerned.


M.1.1 Minimum and Maximum Duration


The minimum duration of the studies for this degree is four years and the maximum time for completing a degree is six years.


M.1.2 Admission Requirements

M.1.2.1 General Admission Requirements


A. To be admitted to the B.Ed degree in the Faculty of Education you are required to have passed Grade 12 (NQF Level 4) with matriculation exemption (endorsement) and conform to a M-score of 13.


B. An applicant who is in possession of a matriculation exemption certificate but obtains an M-score of between 10 and 12 points and demonstrates in a selection process approved by the Senate, that he/she is suitable for admission, may also be admitted to the B.Ed programme.


M.1.2.2 Calculating the M-score


Taking due cognisance of the General Rules and Faculty Rules as contained in the relevant calendar and with specific reference to Rule A.4.2 (which determines that School End Certificates must be endorsed to state that the minimum statutory requirements for admission to B-degree studies at a university in the RSA have been complied with – i.e. full matriculation exemption/conditional exemption), the University reserves the right to apply the following selection model, on the basis of which consideration will be given to candidates’ applications.


^ Screening Model: Determining the M-score


Subject Symbol

Higher Grade

Standard Grade

A

6

5

B

5

4

C

4

3

D

3

2

E

2

1

F

1

0


^ A maximum of 4 subjects is used to determine the M-score.

N.B: The score of the most appropriate subjects presented for the relevant field of study will carry double weight.


M.1.3 List of Modules

^ MODULE

CODE

MODULE NAME

CREDITS

ASSUMED LEARNING REQUIREMENT

ACCD 321

Accounting Methodology: FET Phase

8




ACCD 411

Accounting Methodology: FET Phase

16




ADSD 211

Additional Subject Methodology

8




ADSD 421

Additional Subject Methodology

16




AFRD 212

Afrikaansmetodiek: Snr Phase

8




AFRD 322

Afrikaansmetodiek: Int. Phase

8




AFRD 416

Afrikaansmetodiek: Int. Phase

16




AFRD 417

Afrikaansmetodiek: Snr Phase

16




AFRD 426

Afrikaansmetodiek: Int. Phase

16




ARFD 427

Afrikaansmetodiek: Snr Phase

16




ARTD 321

Art Methodology: FET Phase

8




ARTD 411

Art Methodology: FET Phase

16




BSTD 321

Business Studies Methodology: FET Phase

8




BSTD 411

Business Studies Methodology: FET Phase

16




CATD 321

Computer Applications Technology Methodology: FET Phase

8




CATD 411

Computer Applications Technology Methodology: FET Phase

16




CMPF 111

Computer Literacy

8




CTED 211

Civil Technology for Education Methodology

8




CTED 321

Civil Technology for Education Methodology

8




CTED 421

Civil Technology for Education Methodology

8




ECOD 321

Economics Methodology: FET Phase

8




ECOD 411

Economics Methodology: FET Phase

16




EDCC 111

Basic Introduction to Education

8




EDCC 112

Professional Studies

8




EDCC 121

Educational Psychology

8




EDCC 211

Curriculum Development

8




EDCC 212

Professional Studies

8




EDCC 221

Educational Psychology

8




EDCC 311

Inclusive Education

8




EDCC 312

Professional Studies

8




EDCC 321

Education Management

8




EDCC 411

Education Law

8




EDCC 412

Professional Studies

8




EDCC 421

Educational Systems

8




EGDD211

Engineering Graphics and Design Methodology: Snr Phase

8




EGDD321

Engineering Graphics and Design Methodology: FET Phase

8




EGDD411

Engineering Graphics and Design Methodology: FET Phase

16




EGDD421

Engineering Graphics and Design Methodology: Snr Phase

16




ENGD212

English Methodology: Int.& Snr. Phase

8




ENGD322

English Methodology: Snr & FET Phase

8




ENGD416

English Methodology: Int.& Snr. Phase

16




ENGD417

English Methodology: Snr & FET Phase

16




ENGD426

English Methodology: Int. & Snr Phase

16




ENGD427

English Methodology: Snr & FET Phase

16




ENGF121

English Medium of Instruction

8




ENGF221

English Medium of Instruction

8




ENTB421

English Language Proficiency

1




ETED211

Electrical Technology for Education Methodology

8




ETED321

Electrical Technology for Education Methodology

8




ETED421

Electrical Technology for Education Methodology

8




GEOD321

Geography Methodology: FET Phase

8




GEOD411

Geography Methodology: FET Phase

16




HISD321

History Methodology: FET

8




HISD411

History Methodology: FET

16




INTD321

Information Technology Methodology: FET Phase

8




INTD411

Information Technology Methodology: FET Phase

16




LAAC 121

Introduction to Learning Area Arts and Culture

8




LAAD211

Learning Area Arts and Culture Methodology: Snr Phase

8




LAAD321

Learning Area Arts and Culture Methodology: Int. Phase

8




LAAD411

Learning Area Arts and Culture Methodology: Int. Phase

16




LAAD421

Learning Area Arts and Culture Methodology: Snr. Phase

16




LABD211

Learning Area Economic and Management Sciences Methodology: Snr Phase

8




LABD321

Learning Area Economic and Management Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase


8




LABD411

Learning Area Economic and Management Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase


16




LABD421

Learning Area Economic and Management Sciences Methodology: Snr. Phase

16




LAND211

Learning Area Natural Sciences Methodology: Snr Phase

8




LAND321

Learning Area Natural Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase

8




LAND411

Learning Area Natural Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase

16




LAND421

Learning Area Natural Sciences Methodology: Snr. Phase

16




LASD211

Learning Area Social Sciences Methodology: Snr. Phase

8




LASD321

Learning Area Social Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase

8




LASD411

Learning Area Social Sciences Methodology: Int. Phase

16




LASD421

Learning Area Social Sciences Methodology: Snr. Phase

16




LEWV112

Life Skills

8




LEWV211

Life Skills

8




LIFD321

Life Sciences Methodology: FET Phase


8




LIFD411

Life Sciences Methodology: FET Phase

16




LIFF121

Life Skills Fundamental

8




LITA123

Literacy: Additional Language - English

8




LITA223

Literacy: Additional Language - English

8




LITA313

Literacy: Additional Language - English

8




LITH111

Literacy: Home Language - Setswana

8




LITH221

Literacy: Home Language - Setswana

8




LITH311

Literacy: Home Language - Setswana

8




LITH421

Literacy: Home Language - Setswana

8




LITG211

Literacy: Visual Arts

8




LITG323

Literacy: Home Language Academic - English

16




LITG413

Academic English Foundation Phase

16




LITG321

Literacy: Home Language Academic – Setswana

16




LLOD211

Learning Area Life Orientation Methodology: GET Phase (Snr)

8




LLOD321

Learning Area Life Orientation Methodology

8




LLOD411

Learning Area Life Orientation Methodology

16




LLOD421

Learning Area Life Orientation

16




LORD321

Life Orientation Methodology: FET Phase


8




LORD411

Life Orientation Methodology: FET Phase

16




LORE111

Life Orientation for Education

16




LORE121

Life Orientation for Education

16




LORE211

Life Orientation for Education

16




LORE221

Life Orientation for Education

16




LORE311

Life Orientation for Education

16




LORE321

Life Orientation for Education

16




LSFP111

Learner Support Foundation Phase

8




LSFP121

Learner Support Foundation Phase

8




LSFP211

Learner Support Foundation Phase

8




LSFP221

Learner Support Foundation Phase

8




LSKA322

Life Skills Art

8




LSKE321

Life Skills Environmental Studies

8




LSKH221

Life Skills Health Education

8




LSKM121

Life Skills Music

8




LSKM211

Life Skills Music

8




LSKN312

Life Skills Nutrition

8




LSKP311

Life Skills Physical Education

8




LSKR111

Life Skills Culture and Religion

8




MATD211

Mathematics Methodology: Snr. Phase

8




MATD321

Mathematics Methodology: Int./FET Phase

8




MATD411

Mathematics Methodology: Int./FET Phase

16




MATD421

Mathematics Methodology: Snr. Phase

16




MATF221

Mathematics in Practice: Numbers, calculations and data handling

8




MATF311

Mathematics in Practice: Geometry in action

8




MOVD321

Movement Science Methodology: FET

8




MOVD411

Movement Science Methodology: FET Phase

16

Obtain a recognized school sport qualification in at least one recognized summer and one recognized winter sport

NFPD121

Numeracy Methodology

8




NFPD211

Numeracy Methodology

8




NFPD311

Numeracy Methodology

8




NFPD 421

Numeracy Methodology

16




NFPF 111

Numeracy

8




NFPF 221

Numeracy

8




NFPF 321

Numeracy

16




NFPF 411

Numeracy

8




PHSD321

Physical Sciences Methodology: FET Phase

8




PHSD411

Physical Sciences Methodology: FET Phase

16




PPSE211

Pre-Primary School Education: Literacy

8




PPSE221

Pre-Primary School Education: Mathematics and Science

8




PPSE411

Pre-Primary School Education: Grade R

8




PPSE421

Pre-Primary School Education: Organisation and Administration

8




*PRTC121*

Practical Training

1




*PRTC221*

Practical Training

1




*PRTC321*

Practical Training

1




*PRTC421*

Practical Training

1




REDD121

Remedial Education

8




RESF411

Research in Education

8




RESF421

Research Project

8




SEMD211

Setswana (M) Didaktiki ya Setswana

8




SEMD321

Setswana (M) Didaktiki ya Setswana

8





SEMD411

Setswana (M) Didaktiki ya Setswana

16




SEMD421

Setswana (M) Didaktiki ya Setswana

16




SEND211

Setswana (NM) Methodology

8




SEND321

Setswana (NM) Methodology

8




SEND411

Setswana (NM) Methodology

16




SEND421

Setswana (NM) Methodology

16




SESE121

Introduction to Learning Area Economic and Management Sciences

8




SLOE111

Introduction to Learning Area Life Orientation

8




SMLO421

School Media Librarianship

8




SNSE111

Introduction to Learning Area Natural Sciences

8




SSSE111

Introduction to Learning Area Social Sciences

8




STEE 121

Introduction to Learning Area Technology

8




TECD 211

Learning Area Technology: For Educators

8




TECD 321

Learning Area Technology Methodology

8




TECD 411

Learning Area Technology Methodology

16




TECD 421

Learning Area Technology Methodology

16




TECF 321

Technology Studies

8




TTED121

Technical Technology Methodology

8




WSKT111

Mathematics: Introductory Algebra for FET Technology

8

Passed Grade 12 Mathematics HG/SG

WSKT221

Mathematics: Functions and Trigonometry for FET Technology

8




WSKT311

Mathematics: Calculus for FET Technology

8





* The balance of the credits is included in: EDCC112, EDCC212, EDCC312, EDCC412


M.1.4 Curriculum Outcomes


M.1.4.1 General Exit Level Outcomes


On completing this degree students will possess knowledge, skills and attitudes regarding:


  1. problem identification, problem-solving and the implementation of critical and creative thinking with regard to all educational matters;




  1. co-operation in groups with the community and the Department of Education in matters relating to education;




  1. organising and managing themselves as well as their activities;




  1. gaining, analysing, organising and critically evaluating knowledge in the different subject areas as well as general knowledge related to education;




  1. communication by means of different language media in several situations;




  1. effective application of technological and scientific information; by so doing also showing respect for the environment and health of others;




  1. the holistic nature of the world as consisting of integrated systems, which implies that problem solving does not take place in isolation;




  1. the roles of the educator, i.e. as facilitator, mediator of learning, life-long learner, curriculum designer, leader, administrator and manager, assessor, specialist in his/her selected subject/area/phase and member of a specific or general community;




  1. the specialised nature of teaching, learning and development in the foundation, intermediate, senior or further education and training phases; and




  1. all issues relating to education.
^

M.1.4.2 Articulation Possibilities

Vertically, the B.Ed. grants admission to B.Ed. (Hons), B.A. (Hons) or B.Com (Hons) or B.Sc. (Hons). Horizontally, students may move into any related undergraduate programme.








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