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Summary: This book discusses the processes that resulted into the implementation of a ‘Student-Curriculum Discourse’ in Higher Education teaching and learning as an innovative model.
A synopsis indicated poor quality in students’ written work which necessitated the need for deeper investigations aimed at designing and applying appropriate teaching/learning innovations.
Chapter-1 opens the discussion by looking at the concepts ‘innovation’ and ‘curriculum’ in higher education T/L.
Chapter-2 discusses in detail the scope of the reviews and the stages engaged in carrying out the project as a case-study, plus tools used during the investigations.
Chapter-3 brings a concise discussion on the results of the reviews/investigations for this project exercise regarding curriculum innovations in higher education T/L.
Chapter-4 attempts to convert the findings of the reviews in chapter-3 into a curriculum and educational diagnosis.
Chapters-5 & 6 discusses in detail the educational and curriculum innovations that were applied and implemented as per the diagnosed educational problems centered at the ‘Student-Curriculum Discourse; lastly the strengths/weaknesses of the whole process
Mndzebele [BEd, MPH, PhD].
Senior-Lecturer [Univer.of Limpopo - MEDUNSA - SA].
(1986-87) DANIDA fellow [Royal Dental College – Denmark].(1988-92) Course-director (CDHP) at the SIHS(UNISWA).
(2008-2010) Board-member for the Science and Ethics Board [Baylor College of Medicine).
Involved in Teaching, Consultancy, research students supervision
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