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Cedric Bheki Mpungose
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Emergent transition from face-to-face to online learning in a South African University in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic
CB Mpungose
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2020
1432020
Is Moodle or WhatsApp the preferred e-learning platform at a South African university? First-year students’ experiences
CB Mpungose
Education and information technologies 25 (2), 927-941, 2020
992020
Lecturers’ reflections on use of Zoom video conferencing technology for e-learning at a South African university in the context of coronavirus
CB Mpungose
African Identities, 1-17, 2021
622021
Postgraduate students’ experiences on the use of Moodle and Canvas learning management system
CB Mpungose, SB Khoza
Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 1-16, 2020
362020
Beyond limits: Lecturers’ reflections on Moodle uptake in South African universities
CB Mpungose
Education and Information Technologies 25 (6), 5033-5052, 2020
332020
Are Social Media Sites a Platform for Formal or Informal Learning? Students' Experiences in Institutions of Higher Education.
CB Mpungose
International journal of higher education 9 (5), 300-311, 2020
232020
Is Moodle a platform to decolonise the university curriculum? Lecturers’ reflections
CB Mpungose
Africa Education Review 17 (1), 100-115, 2020
212020
Digitalised curriculum to the rescue of a higher education institution
SB Khoza, CB Mpungose
African Identities, 1-21, 2020
192020
Use of the Moodle curriculum by lecturers at a South African University
S Khoza, C Mpungose
ICEL 2018 13th international conference on e-Learning, 171, 2018
182018
Student teachers’ knowledge in the era of the fourth industrial revolution
CB Mpungose
Education and Information Technologies 25 (6), 5149-5165, 2020
152020
Exploring lecturers’ reflections on the use of moodle to teach physical science modules at a South African university.
CB Mpungose
142017
Teachers' reflections of the teaching of grade 12 physical sciences CAPS in rural schools at Ceza Circuit.
CB Mpungose
142015
Students' reflections on the use of the Zoom video conferencing technology for Online learning at a South African University
CB Mpungose
International Journal of African Higher Education 8 (1), 159-178, 2021
132021
Rationale of teaching physical sciences curriculum and assessment policy statement content: Teachers’ reflections
CB Mpungose
International Journal of Educational Sciences 14 (3), 256-264, 2016
122016
Exploring lecturers’ reflections on the use of Moodle to teach physical sciences at a South African University
CB Mpungose
Doctor of Philosophy), University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 2018
82018
Is the self, them or it come to rescue of turnit in
S Khoza, C Mpungose
South Africa International Conference On Educational Technologies (SAICET …, 2017
52017
CAN LECTURERS REFLECT ON AND IN THE USE OF MOODLE PLATFORM ON STUDENT SUCCESS?
C Mpungose
Rethinking Education in the 21st Century, 2017
32017
Reconceptualising the Physical Sciences Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement in a South African Context.
CB Mpungose
International Journal of Higher Education 10 (2), 116-127, 2021
2021
Theorising Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement: Teachers’ Reflections
CB Mpungose
Curriculum Theory, Curriculum Theorising, and the Theoriser, 201-218, 2020
2020
Inner-self in the teaching of physical sciences according to the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) in South African schools
CB Mpungose
African Identities, 1-17, 2020
2020
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