Early Career Academics in Africa—Induction into Teaching
For all the debates and dialogues on ‘massification’ and revitalizing of higher education in Africa, little to no attention has been afforded to the state of the teaching praxis of academics in the institutions. Most academics are not known to have been trained to teach; and yet they are expected to catch up on the job. Read more.
The International Network of Higher Education in Africa is hosted at Higher Education Training and Development, University of Kwazulu-Natal and closely affiliated with the Boston College Center for International Higher Education. The Network is led by its founding director, Professor Damtew Teferra. Numerous initiatives of the Network are supported by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York.
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