at Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha Campus
Dr. Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo FRC was born in Ghana. He studied first at Offinso Teacher Training College, Offinso in Ghana for his initial teacher education qualification; and at the University of Cape Coast Winneba Campus (1974-76 for the Advanced Specialist Certificate in Geography qualification). He taught in Nigeria from September 1978 to December 1983 and migrated to Southern Africa in 1984. While in Southern Africa studied with the College of Preceptors, UK (1986-1988 for the ACP and LCP qualifications), Vista University (1995-1998 for M.Ed. and PhD qualifications) and University of the Free State (2000 to 2001 for Masters in Development Studies qualification). He has served in different capacities as educator in Ghana, Nigeria, the Kingdom of Lesotho, South African and Botswana as teacher educator. He has presented papers at conferences, workshops and seminars, and published in international journals and on-line. His research interests are in teacher education and training for the 21st century, research in education, development of instruction materials for effective and efficient teaching, research in rural community development and youth development education. He runs a private educational consultancy in Botswana and RSA. Currently a senior lecturer at Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha Campus in South Africa in the Faculty of Education, Department of Continuing Professional Teacher Development.
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