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Contact-new.svg Thabiso Kenneth Saka
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Employer:National University of Lesotho
Other roles:Research, Programme Evaluation
Today is: 26, 09 2022
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Hi, My name is Thabiso Saka. I work in the Research, Evaluation and Media (REM) of the Institute of Extra Mural Studies (IEMS) of the National University of Lesotho. I joined the Institute as a full-time member in October 2007.

I have taught few courses, viz, News Writing and Reporting, Television Production and Multimedia Applications, and Script Writing in a three-year Diploma in Mass Communication Programme since I joined the Institute.

Educational experience

I have MA in Culture, Communication and Media from the University of Natal, South Africa. I had been part-time teaching at the IEMS for two years before October 2007. I started occassional teaching at primary and secondary school levels, at different times in 1992 and 1994 respectively.

Workshop expectations

I am expecting to acquire professional skills in developing motivational learning and teaching materials out of this workshop. Those skills are needed in

  • Writing smart objectives of leassons
  • providing self assessment activities
  • developing sufficient self-instructional materials

Future plans

My future plan is to

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At the end of the unit learners will be able to
a) Define 
b) Explain 
c) Summarise



NUL/Marketing Mix


Notes from my Wikineighbours

80px-Wikineighbour V2.pngHi Thabiso, I'm your WikiNeighbour, wellcome to WikiEducator. You might be interested to meet more colleagues. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you. Gladys Gahona.--chela5808 05:40, 15 March 2009 (UTC)