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  • Mathematical Literacy

    This module is designed to help the student understand basic mathematical concept like Fractions, Decimals and Rounding Off.

  • Mathematical Literacy

    This module is designed to help the student understand basic mathematical concept like Fractions, Decimals and Rounding Off.

  • ICT Module

    This module will provide you with a solid grounding on how best to use technology in the world of work and tertiary education. While the skills and knowledge you will learn here can be applied broadly to all avenues of life we have fashioned them specifically to support you complete the Skills for a Changing World programme. Consequently the word processing skills you will learn in this...

  • Teachers' Opinion to Staff Development Using Distance Education Mode

    This research report is a critical analysis of opinion gathered through an opinion scale among 540 school teachers of Swaziland regarding staff development for Effective Classroom Management using distance education mode. The opinions were regarding Orientation, Session, two days contact session, various 17 units of self instructional materials and a 3 month interaction with peers and...

  • Diagnosis of Learner Problems in B.A. Hum) Programme by IDE, UNISWA

    This research report is an Evaluation of B.A. (Hum) Programme being an analysis of learners' opnion about various activities from programme publicity till result declaration. The purpose of this research was to make the programme more learner friendly by seeking their opinion about various activities and make necessary changes wherever possible and found fit and proper. These distance...