Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part Six …from Euro to Afro-centric educational content

IN the next episodes of our discussion on heritage-based teaching and learning, we shall look at aspects of our African culture and...

Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part Five…colonial names out, in comes African heritage content

IN this fifth episode of our discussion on heritage teaching and learning we focus on the importance of re-affirming our African identity...

Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part Four…education for hard work, not ‘minana’

IN the previous episode of our discussion on heritage-based teaching and learning, we showed how the heritage of a foreign Anglo-Saxon language,...

Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part Three …false comfort of Zimbabwe’s elitists education

IN this third episode of our discussion, we continue to expose the shortcomings of the colonial Education 3.0, which most Zimbabwean Africans...

Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part Two…exorcising the ghost of Education 3.0

IN this series of discussions, we are interrogating heritage-based teaching and learning which anchors Education 5.0.  Our heritage is...

Heritage-based teaching and learning: Part One…new curriculum thrust for vision 2030

THE Government of Zimbabwe, through the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, has successfully launched the new education curriculum...

Education 5.0 and Vision 2030…re-configuring Zim university degrees

THE Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira, hogged the limelight and drew mixed feelings from...
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