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Educator (Intermediate Phase)

Educators of primary school pupils introduce children to mathematics, language, science, and social studies. They use games, music, artwork, books, computers and other tools to teach basic skills. They generally teach all subjects and are generalist rather than specialist educators.


Available Qualifications:

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for degree entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 370.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 385.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 45% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 60% for Mathematical Literacy.
  • English (Home Language or First Additional Language) AND Afrikaans or isiXhosa (Home Language or First Additional Language).

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
An approved Bachelor’s degree at NQF Level 7 or 8, which includes appropriate and sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach at least TWO school subjects for the FET phase of schooling (NQF Level 7 or 8) OR

A diploma of 360 credits at NQF Level 6 followed by an Advanced Diploma of 120 credits at NQF level 7 in an approved field of specialisation which includes sufficient* disciplinary knowledge to teach TWO school subject in the FET phase of schooling.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
An approved Bachelor’s degree at NQF Level 7 or 8, which includes appropriate and sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach at least TWO school subjects for the FET phase of schooling (NQF Level 7 or 8) OR

A diploma of 360 credits at NQF Level 6 followed by an Advanced Diploma of 120 credits at NQF level 7 in an approved field of specialisation which includes sufficient* disciplinary knowledge to teach TWO school subject in the FET phase of schooling.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
An approved Bachelor’s degree at NQF Level 7 or 8, which includes appropriate and sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach at least ONE school subject for the FET phase of schooling (NQF Level 7 or 8) and ONE school subject for the GET phase of schooling OR

A diploma of 360 credits at NQF Level 6 followed by an Advanced Diploma of 120 credits at NQF level 7 in an approved field of specialisation which includes sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach ONE school subject in the FET phase of schooling and ONE school subject in the GET phase of schooling. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
An approved Bachelor’s degree at NQF Level 7 or 8, which includes appropriate and sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach at least ONE school subject for the FET phase of schooling (NQF Level 7 or 8) and ONE school subject for the GET phase of schooling OR

A diploma of 360 credits at NQF Level 6 followed by an Advanced Diploma of 120 credits at NQF level 7 in an approved field of specialisation which includes sufficient disciplinary knowledge to teach ONE school subject in the FET phase of schooling and ONE school subject in the GET phase of schooling. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelor’s degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their undergraduate programmes or PGCE with an aggregate of 60%.

In addition a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience will be required of teachers wanting to pursue a PGD qualification. In order to be admitted, candidates will in addition have to be selected in terms of a procedure decided upon by the faculty.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelor’s degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their four year BEd degree programme at least two modules in Mathematics at the second year level with an aggregate of 60% or those with a PGCE qualification should have passed with an aggregate of 60% in a minimum of two Mathematics modules and should have the requisite technology skills (basic computer literacy skills) to be successful in this programme.

In addition a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience will be required of teachers wanting to pursue a PGD qualification. In order to be admitted, candidates will in addition have to be selected in terms of a procedure decided upon by the faculty.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelors degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their four year BEd degree programme at least two modules in Mathematics at the second year level with an aggregate of 60% or those with a PGCE qualification should have passed with an aggregate of 60% in a minimum of two Mathematics modules and should have the requisite technology skills (basic computer literacy skills) to be successful in this programme.

A pre-admission process will require students to demonstrate literacy skills with respect to critical reading and writing to enable them to engage in research prior to their entry into the programme. For example, during the initial induction/orientation of the programme the candidates may be asked to write an abstract for a published research article. The abstract written by the candidate is then assessed against the original abstract. If the candidates are found to be lacking in the basic required literacy and technology skills then appropriate SLPs as extended support will be recommended.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelors degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their four year BEd degree programme at least two modules in Educational Psychology at the second year level with an aggregate of 60% or those with a PGCE qualification should have passed with an aggregate of 60% in a minimum of two Educational Psychology modules and should have the requisite technology skills (basic computer literacy skills) to be successful in this programme.

A pre-admission process will require students to demonstrate literacy skills with respect to critical reading and writing to enable them to engage in research prior to their entry into the programme. For example, during the initial induction/orientation of the programme the candidates may be asked to write an abstract for a published research article. The abstract written by the candidate is then assessed against the original abstract. If the candidates are found to be lacking in the basic required literacy and technology skills then appropriate SLPs as extended support will be recommended.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelors degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their four year BEd degree programme at least two modules in Language at the second year level with an aggregate of 60% or those with a PGCE qualification should have passed with an aggregate of 60% in a minimum of two Language modules and should have the requisite technology skills (basic computer literacy skills) to be successful in this programme.

A pre-admission process will require students to demonstrate literacy skills with respect to critical reading and writing to enable them to engage in research prior to their entry into the programme. For example, during the initial induction/orientation of the programme the candidates may be asked to write an abstract for a published research article. The abstract written by the candidate is then assessed against the original abstract. If the candidates are found to be lacking in the basic required literacy and technology skills then appropriate SLPs as extended support will be recommended.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to, NQF Level 7, as stipulated below:

  • Four Year BEd Degree OR
  • Three-year appropriate Bachelors degree (e.g. BSc) plus an Advanced Diploma in Teaching (or a recognised professional teaching qualification), OR
  • A former postgraduate professional teaching qualification (for example, PGCE).

In addition the candidate should have passed in their four year BEd degree programme at least two modules in Science at the second year level with an aggregate of 60% or those with a PGCE qualification should have passed with an aggregate of 60% in a minimum of two Science modules and should have the requisite technology skills (basic computer literacy skills) to be successful in this programme.

A pre-admission process will require students to demonstrate literacy skills with respect to critical reading and writing to enable them to engage in research prior to their entry into the programme. For example, during the initial induction/orientation of the programme the candidates may be asked to write an abstract for a published research article. The abstract written by the candidate is then assessed against the original abstract. If the candidates are found to be lacking in the basic required literacy and technology skills then appropriate SLPs as extended support will be recommended.

 

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to NQF Level 8.  Candidates shall be admitted to the study programme for the degree of Master of Education only if they have:

·         the degree Bachelor of Education Honours OR

·         an appropriate Honours degree (on NQF Level 8).

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates qualify for admission if they are in possession of a full qualification on, or equivalent to NQF Level 8.  Candidates shall be admitted to the study programme for the degree of Master of Education only if they have:

·         the degree Bachelor of Education Honours OR

·         an appropriate Honours degree (on NQF Level 8).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the qualification for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Education) only if they have:

  • the degree Master of Education or
  • an appropriate Master’s degree. 

Admission will be based on a Departmental selection process.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the qualification for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Education) only if they have:

  • the degree Master of Education or
  • an appropriate Master’s degree. 

Admission will be based on a Departmental selection process.