Dr Nkhensani Maluleke

Dr Nkhensani Maluleke
+27 35 902
MalulekeN@unizulu.ac.za

Nkhensani Maluleke Graduated with a PhD in Education from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2019. She has a great interest in how multilingual children learn to read and write and how multilingual people make sense of their worlds. She has published in the area of Languages, Literacies and Multilingual Education; and also supervises Masters and Doctoral projects in this area.

Qualifications:

PhD in Education ( University of the Witwatersrand);

M. Ed in Curriculum Studies_Reading and Literacy Concentration ( Geoge Washington University);

B. Ed Hons ( University of Limpopo); B. Ed_English and LO ( University of Limpopo)

Research interests: 

Languages, Literacies and Multilingual Education

Professional membership:

SACE

Research Databases / Publications 

Maluleke, N., & Makalela, L. (2018). An inventory of text types for Xitsonga and English early grade readers: Implications for translanguaging and trans-textual practices. In L. Makalela (Ed.), Shifting Lenses: Multilanguaging, Decolonisation and Education in the Global South, ISBN No. 978-1-920294-19-9

Ajani, AO, Govender, S., & Maluleke, N. (2018). Teachers’ in-service professional development: gateway to improved classroom practices in Nigerian schools. Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa, 7(3), 21–40. https://doi.org/10.31920/2050-4284/2018/v7n3a2

Majamana, Y., Govender S., & Maluleke, N. (2019). A Resource-Based Approach for the Enhancement of Learning Physical Sciences in Grade 12. Journal of Gender, Information & Development in Africa (JGIDA) 8(2)

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