Anthea Adams


MA (Linguistics), UWC; Higher Diploma in Higher Education and Teaching (HDHET), CPUT; Diploma in Education, Bellville College of Education


Anthea is a lecturer in the Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education (PGDip HE) course. Before joining CHERTL, she coordinated the Student Feedback on Teaching and Courses Programme at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT). Anthea is currently a PhD scholar in Higher Education at Rhodes University. Her research interests are professional identity, enhancing teaching and learning through academic staff development, and using digital storytelling and multilingualism as pedagogical tools.  Anthea serves as an executive member of the Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA). As a House Warden at Phelps residence, Anthea plays an active role in the running of the residence and, through day-to-day activities and various initiatives, ensures the holistic well-being of students in her residence. Anthea is also a founder member of the GriefShare support group at her local church in Makhanda.

Anthea believes in life-long learning and active engagement in capacity-building workshops, short courses and professional development initiatives. Anthea's humanising pedagogy and developmental perspective enable her to prioritise students' holistic well-being and foster meaningful relationships with students and colleagues


Latest publications and relevant journal articles:  


Winberg, C., Adams, A., Esbach, J., Groenewald, W., Lakay,D., Muzondo, I., Randall, K., Seane, G., Siyepu, S., & Veeran, P. 2010. Day jobs/nightwork: Academic staff studying towards higher degrees. SAJHE, 24 (1)2010, 175–195

Adams, A., Reiners, A. & De Louw, L. 2015. Learning about students through their digital stories. In Condy, J.(ed.). Telling Stories Differently. Stellenbosch: SunMedia

Muzanenhamo, G.N., Allen-Ile, C.O.K., Adams, A., & Iwu, C.G. The relationship among change implementation, job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behavior in the Business Process Outsourcing industry in South Africa. Problems and Perspectives in Management. 14, number 3, 473-482.

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