FREEDOM Faculty and Learners Inspired by Eminent Education Professor at start of 2018

 
 Professor Bak conducts a workshop with learners, some of whom may elect to be supervised by Professor Bak in order to complete thesis or research project requirements later in 2018.

Professor Bak conducts a workshop with learners, some of whom may elect to be supervised by Professor Bak in order to complete thesis or research project requirements later in 2018.

 

Faculty, postgraduate and other learners of the FREEDOM Institute of Higher Education have just participated in specialised research workshops conducted by Professor Nelleke Bak a faculty member who lives in Ireland.  Professor Bak visited from the 12th to 14th February 2018. All participants greatly benefitted from the following presentations:

1.       Research Supervision Address as part of FREEDOM’s 2018 FREE Research Seminar Series.

2.       Research for Managers & Leaders

A workshop that reviewed powerful qualitative research methods managers can use to support decision making quality and continuous improvement in workplaces. Action, Appreciative Inquiry and Case Study approaches were reviewed and experienced from a range of field perspectives.

3.       Faculty Postgraduate Supervision Education Programme

4.       Seminar for Postgraduate learners on “How can I make my research project add value to my organisation / practice?”

 
   
  
  
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  
  
  
  
  
       Professor Bak with FREEDOM faculty and leadership team members; Mr Panteleon, Dr Zhang, Dr Mukherjee, Mrs Stevenson (President), Dr Hackell, Mr Singh and Mr Henderson.

Professor Bak with FREEDOM faculty and leadership team members; Mr Panteleon, Dr Zhang, Dr Mukherjee, Mrs Stevenson (President), Dr Hackell, Mr Singh and Mr Henderson.

 

Prior to working for FREEDOM, Professor Bak was the Director of Postgraduate Studies at the University of Cape Town where she oversaw post-graduate policies, streamlined systems, and encouraged innovation, educational resources development, and better access to professional development opportunities for over 6500 post-graduate students and fellows.