PhD topic: Role of Code-switching in Teaching and Learning in Selected Senior Secondary Schools in Botswana.
- D (Applied Linguistics) – University of Pretoria, South Africa, (successfully defended my Ph.D. in August 2010) and graduated in April 2011.
- M.A. (Applied Linguistics) – University of Durham, United Kingdom, 1986
- B.A. (Humanities) Area of Study: Applied Linguistics majoring in English and Setswana; also concurrently studied for Diploma in Secondary Education during the same period – University of Botswana and Swaziland, 1982
- Reading Association of Botswana (RAB)
- Botswana Association of Teachers of English (BATE)
- Technical Communication
- Professional Communication
- Research Methodology
Primary Research Areas
- Classroom Discourse Analysis
Potential Research Topics
- Educational issues regarding effects of Automatic progression in schools.
- Teaching Methods for Academically Challenged Learners in Junior Secondary Schools
- Reading and Writing Labs as Means of Improving teaching and Learning
- Reading and Writing Laboratory Research Project for Academically-challenged learners at a junior secondary school