Chaunda Scott, Eunice Ivala
February 27, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 152 Pages - 6 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138499683 - CAT# K374991
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is one of four Universities of Technology established by the South African government in 2005 with a focus on vocational training. This book presents faculty experiences of CPUT’s innovative, work-integrated learning and teaching model, as well as findings from practice-based research being done in the institution. The purpose of this volume is to be a resource for other institutions in South Africa that wish to try similar strategies, as well as a to trigger a community of practice with vocationally-oriented institutions outside of South Africa.
Moving from Apartheid to a Post-Apartheid State of Being and its Impact on Transforming Higher Education Institutions in South Africa
Chaunda L. Scott and Eunice N. Ivala
Theme One: What strategies are being utilized or could be utilized at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa to produce graduates at the undergraduate, master’s and doctorate levels with the knowledge, skills and abilities to contribute successfully in the industry, the community and globally?
Flexible Learning Provision for Architecture in South Africa: Lessons Learned from
Industry University Collaboration
Jolanda Morkel and Johannes Cronje
Theme Two: What strategies are utilized or could be utilized at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa to guarantee fair access to qualified individuals in management, staffing and student recruitment from all cultural backgrounds?
Student Engagement Strategies in Higher Education: Change, Transition
and Student Leadership
Xena Cupido and Najwa Norodien-Fataar
Theme Three: What approaches are being utilized or could be utilized at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa to create and advance diverse and multicultural teaching practices and programming?
Looking Beyond Inequalities: Embracing Transformation in the South African Higher Education System
Theme Four: What strategies have been introduced or could be introduced at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa to create and advance support for quality research and teaching that benefits the demographic composition of South African academics and students, and the needs of the South African multicultural society?
"They Don’t Leave any Room for Humanity: Yet, They Expect you to be Humane" Cape Town Teachers Respond to the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS)
Kristian Stewart and Eunice Ivala
Theme Five: What new institutional identities have been developed or could be developed by a merged university like Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa to rise above preceding apartheid injustices?
Diverse Staff Voices on the Transformation of a Merged South African University of Technology
Eunice Ivala, Daniela Gachago, and Zilungile Sosibo
Theme Six: What additional policies, practices and initiatives would be beneficial in further advancing the transformation of higher education at Cape Peninsula University of Technology and broadly at institutions of higher education throughout South Africa?
Towards Critical Citizenship Education - A Case Study in an Architectural Technology and Interior Design Extended Curriculum Course
Alex Noble and Daniela Gachago
Exploring Decolonization in South Africa’s Higher Education System
Siya Sabata and Monwabisi K Ralarala