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Adult Education Staff

Adult Education Staff

 Chairperson and Senior Lecturer

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Dr Davidson Midzi

Qualifications:

D.Ed. (UNISA); M. Ad. Ed.- Adult Education and Rural Dev. (Manchester, UK);B. Ad. Ed. – Adult Education (UZ);Dip Ad. Ed. (UZ);   PTH - Primary Trs’ Certificate (Howard Teacher’s College).

Areas of Specialization

-           Rural Development Studies;

-           Literacy and Literacies;                                                         

-           Comparative Adult Education; and

-           Non-Formal Education.

Current Researches

  • The Tsambe Irrigation Scheme as a Poverty Alleviation Strategy.

             Case Study: Kanyemba Mashonaland Central Province.

  • Viability of Functional Literacy Projects in Madziva Communal Lands.

 Lecturer

Dr Priscilla Mujuru

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD.Ed) Christ Uni. Bangalore, India
  • Ad.Ed -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • Ad.Ed -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • DHAE    -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • Registered Nurse (SRN) Harare Hospital;
  • Certified Midwife (Harare Hospital)
  • Operating Nursing Theatre (OTN), Parirenyatwa

Area of Specialization          

  -  Health Education;

  -  Philosophical  Adult Education; and

- Workers Education  .

Senior Lecturer 

Dr T. Kaziboni

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  • Doctor of Educational (D.Ed) Durban University of Technology, South Africa
  • Ad, Ed, Hons.- Adult Education (UNE); 
  • Ad. Ed. – Adult Education (UNE);
  • Ad. Ed. – Adult Education(UZ);

Area of Specialization          

-           Gender Issues;

-           Management and Administration; and

-           Distance Education.

Research Study title:

  • How commercial women farmers acquired knowledge and negotiated gender power relations in Zimbabwe: Implications for adult education and training.
  • Currently Mrs Kaziboni is contributing towards a Book Chapter entitled:

Women Farmers and Adult Learning: A feminist perspective.

 Book Title:  Adult Learning in Africa: Perspectives, Practices and Possibilities.

Edited by   Prof. Julia Preece and Dr. Peter Rule.

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 Administrative Staff     

 Office and Information Manager

 Mrs Lucia Mudzinganyama

Bachelor of Educational Administration, Planning & Policy Studies (B.Ed EAPPS) (ZOU); Diploma in Secretarial Studies (Pitman).

 Secretary

Mrs Anita Kanyama

 Diploma in Secretarial Studies (Pitman)

  

Senior Clerical Assistant

 

Mr Morgan Kanjanda

Senior Clerical Assistant

  • in Office Clerical Work
  • Intermediate Bookkeeping
  • Certificate in Radio and Television electronics

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Chairperson and Senior Lecturer

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Dr Davidson Midzi 

 Qualifications:

-           D.Ed. (UNISA); 

-           M. Ad. Ed.- Adult Education and Rural Dev. (Manchester, UK);

 -          B. Ad. Ed. – Adult Education (UZ);

-            Dip Ad. Ed. (UZ); 

-           PTH - Primary Trs’ Certificate (Howard Teacher’s College).

                       

Areas of Specialization

-           Rural Development Studies;

-           Literacy and Literacies;                                                         

-           Comparative Adult Education; and

-           Non-Formal Education.

 Current Researches

  • The Tsambe Irrigation Scheme as a Poverty Alleviation Strategy.

             Case Study: Kanyemba Mashonaland Central Province.

  • Viability of Functional Literacy Projects in Madziva Communal Lands.

Dr Priscilla Mujuru

Lecturer 

 

Dr Priscilla Mujuru

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD.Ed) Christ Uni. Bangalore, India
  • Ad.Ed -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • Ad.Ed -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • DHAE    -  Adult Education (UZ)
  • Registered Nurse (SRN) Harare Hospital;
  • Certified Midwife (Harare Hospital)
  • Operating Nursing Theatre (OTN), Parirenyatwa

 

              5.2.2  Area of Specialization          

            -  Health Education;

            -  Philosophical  Adult Education; and

Workers Education  .

Dr T. Kaziboni

 

Dr  T. Kaziboni 

 Senior Lecturer 

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Qualifications

  • Doctor of Educational (D.Ed) Durban University of Technology, South Africa
  • Ad, Ed, Hons.- Adult Education (UNE); 
  • Ad. Ed. – Adult Education (UNE);
  • Ad. Ed. – Adult Education(UZ);

Area of Specialization          

-           Gender Issues;

-           Management and Administration; and

-           Distance Education.

        Research Study title:

  • How commercial women farmers acquired knowledge and negotiated gender power relations in Zimbabwe: Implications for adult education and training.
  • Currently Mrs Kaziboni is contributing towards a Book Chapter entitled:

Women Farmers and Adult Learning: A feminist perspective.

 Book Title:  Adult Learning in Africa: Perspectives, Practices and Possibilities.

  Edited by   Prof. Julia Preece and Dr. Peter Rule.

Publications

  1. Kaziboni.T Picking up Threads: Women Pursuing Further Studies at the University of Zimbabwe. Studies in the Education of Adults, (2000) Vol. 32. No. 2.
  2. Kaziboni.T The Impact of Gender Education on the Attitudes of Post-Independence Women in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research.(2002) Vol. 14. No. 2.
  3. Shumba O, Kaziboni.T, and Chakuchichi D , Interventionist Participatory Methodology and Experiences of Involving Stakeholders in Providing and Vetting Information on Growing Up and Sexual Maturation. ZJER (2005) Vol. 17.No.2.
  4. Shumba O, Kaziboni T, Manokore V , Chakuchichi D, Mhondoro ,Silitshena Sango G,Dhlomo T, and Dube R, Learning Opportunities and Gaps Concerning Growing Up and Sexual Maturation in the Primary School Syllabuses in Zimbabwe. ZJER (2005) Vol.17.No.2.
  5. Shumba O, Kaziboni T, Manokore V.Chakuchichi D, Silitshena P, Sango G, Dhlomo T,and Dube R,
  6. Knowledge, Perceptions and Attitudes About Growing Up and Sexual Maturation Among Primary School Children.ZJER (2005) Vol.17. No.2
  7. Shumba O, Kaziboni T, Manokore V and Chakuchichi D;Stakeholder Constructions of an Interpretative Framework for a Growing Up and Sexual Maturation Oriented Curriculum. ZJER(2005) Vol.17. No. 2

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