Department of Teacher Education
To pursue exellence in academic and professional standards within the Scheme of Association through an on-going relationship of dialogical management ; To promote professional growth within the Scheme of encouraging levels of institutional responsebility; To promote professional growth within the Scheme of encouraging levels of institutional responsebility; To providestaff - development opportunities for College personnel and other educators by offering courses and workshops in areas oof greatest professional need; To promote the development of a research culture at all levels of the Scheme ,namely among staff and students both in the department of Teacher Education and at colleges; To provide a national resource for consultancy and extension on all matters related to the pre-service and in service education of teachers; To create and operate innovative mechanisms for acquiring and controlling funds for the procurement and management of resources to support staff development, collaborative research ,and for improved communications with other educational institutions.
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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills for Bachelor of Education Degree Students at the University of Zimbabwe: Implications for University Policy on a Computer Course for Undergraduate Student Teachers. (Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, 2008-11)The development of appropriate computer literacy skills within all school teachers for non-computing subjects has recently become a strong international challenge. This is in view of the increasing use of computers in ...
School dropouts in Zimbabwe between 1980 and 2004: Implications for education and training policy twenty-five years after independence. (Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education, 2007-09-01)This article analyses the problem of school dropouts in Zimbabwe during the period 1980 to 2004 with the aim of suggesting how the problem can be eliminated. The discussion is important in view of the fact that the country ...