September 2018
Issue 06
The latest news from the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHED)


"Thank you" from Suellen 

Outgoing Dean, Associate Professor Suellen Shay says 'Thank you' to CHED staff in a video made in the One Button Studio.

Click on the image to view the video (available only to CHED staff via the CHED Vula site).




CHED's new booklet, CHED: Collaborating and Partnering for Change, showcases our contributions to UCT's Strategic Plan, 2016-2020.

View it on our website.


A translanguaging project, aimed at bringing students’ multilingual resources into the classroom and led by Professor Mbulungeni Madiba, is currently under way. 


Facilitating Online provides opportunities for educators to develop the necessary orientation to become an effective online facilitator.

Register by 10 September.

So long, but not goodbye

Associate Professor Suellen Shay may be stepping down from her position as dean of the University of Cape Townʼs (UCT) Centre for Higher Education Development (CHED), but she will remain within the department. Her colleagues – past and present – celebrated the invaluable role she has played over the past five years during a special tea in the ZK Matthews Gallery.


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