MA (Linguistics), UWC; Higher Diploma in Higher Education and Teaching (HDHET), CPUT; Diploma in Education, Bellville College of Education
Anthea is currently completing her PhD in Higher Education at Rhodes University. She has extensive experience in teaching discipline-specific discourses and academic literacy at undergraduate level. Before joining CHERTL at Rhodes, Anthea co-ordinated the Student Feedback on Teaching and Courses Programme at CPUT. Her interest in multilingualism enabled her to present the Afrikaans Communication Course to students in the Health Sciences at UCT. Anthea’s freelance portfolio includes translation and interpreting work as well as being a radio presenter and programme producer at the SABC. Anthea’s research interests are academic identity, academic writing at postgraduate level and enhancing teaching and learning through academic staff development.
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