Top Bachelor's Programs in Adult Education in Africa 2019
A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.
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The purpose of the Bachelor of Education in Senior Phase (SP) and Further Education and Training (FET) teaching is to deliver professionally qualified beginner teachers f
The purpose of the Bachelor of Education in Senior Phase (SP) and Further Education and Training (FET) teaching is to deliver professionally qualified beginner teachers for the Senior and FET phase of schooling. This is done by providing student teachers with a well-rounded education that equips them with specialised teaching competence in at least three specialisations: (one SP subject and two FET subjects or one SP subject, one FET subject and one support role), and a nuanced understanding of the integrated nature of theory and practice in education and the context of the teaching profession in South Africa.
Outcomes of the programme
Teach three specializations (one SP subject and two FET subjects or one SP subject, one FET subject and one support role) linked to the following subject domains and learning support specializations.
Science and Technology
Business and Management
Learning Support Specialisations
School Guidance and Support
School ICT Support Specialist
School Library and Information Centre Support
Support and nurture learning and development in diverse educational contexts.
Identify and address barriers to learning in the classroom.
Formulate a personal teaching philosophy and critically reflect on their teaching philosophy and how it relates to teaching conduct