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Frikkie Korf

Acting Head of Programme - Foundation Programme

Email: frikkie.korf@monash.edu

Tel: +27 11 950 4109

Qualifications
  • BA (Ed) (RAU)
  • BEd (Hons) (UJ)
  • MA (Higher Education Studies) (UFS) – currently enrolled
Teaching Commitments
  • Understanding University Learning (ATS 1369)
  • Academic English B (ADP 1026)
Previous Teaching Commitments
  • Mastering Academic and Professional Skills (University of Johannesburg 2008-2009)
  • English teacher (various levels at High School level)
Achievements
  • Nominee: Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching award (2011)
  • Nominee: Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching award (2010)
  • Nominee: Employee of the year (2010)
  • Australian Learning and Teaching (ALTC) Award 2009 – Award Category: Programmes that Enhance Learning: The First Year Experience
Research Interests
  • Higher Education studies
  • First year transition
  • First year experience
Conference Presentations
  • Title: Finding a pathway towards comprehensive assessment in a skills-based module.
    Authors: Karsten, I & Korf, F
    Name of conference: Conversations in Foundation
    Place: Cape Town University of Technology
  • Title: Critical lessons in the use of educational technologies
    Authors: Hundermark, G and Korf, F
    Name of conference: Technological Developments in Education Conference, August 2013
    Place: Johannesburg
Conference Attendance
  • HELTASA (Higher Education learning and teaching association of South Africa) University of the Free State, 2007
  • HELTASA (Higher Education learning and teaching association of South Africa) University of Johannesburg, 2009
  • Closing the Gap in Education, Monash South Africa, 2010
Other Professional Activities
  • Member of Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA)
  • Member of International Education Association of Australia (IEAA)
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